Date: 20-22 September 2023
Deadline for submission: 12 April 2023
Venue: International University Center for Research, Orléans
The 20th International Conference on Content-based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI) will be staged on 20-22 September 2023 in Orléans, aiming to bring together the various communities involved in all aspects of content-based multimedia indexing for retrieval, browsing, management, visualization, and analytics.
After a first call for submission of special sessions, six proposals have been accepted:
- Cultural Heritage and Multimedia Content
- Interactive Video Retrieval for Beginners (IVR4B)
- Physical Models and AI in Image and in Multi-modality
- Computational Memorability of Imagery
- Cross-modal multimedia analysis and retrieval for well-being insights
- Explainability in Multimedia Analysis (ExMA)
Call for papers:
Reaching out to our Time Machine community, we invite you to submit papers for the special session on Cultural Heritage and Multimedia Content, addressing the processing of all types of data related to cultural heritage.
As stated by UNESCO, cultural heritage provides societies with a wealth of resources inherited from the past and created in the present for the benefit of future generations. It includes tangible (built and natural environments, artefacts) and intangible (such as traditions, language, and knowledge) heritage. The objective of this session is to bring together the various communities and the latest research dedicated to cultural heritage data on different aspects, from their acquisition up to their restitution, including retrieval, structuring, interactions, interfaces, analysis, etc.
For various applications, in the session the organisers will address the presentation of generic methods and their application to cultural heritage, as well as dedicated approaches designed to deal with such content. Non-exhaustively, they will consider:
- Content-based multimedia indexing and retrieval
- Deep representations in adverse conditions
- Generative models for cultural heritage
- Ontology and semantic web for cultural heritage
- Knowledge-driven machine learning
- Multi-source and multimodal visualization
- Spatio-temporal analysis
- Large-scale multimedia database management
- Bench-marking, Open Data Movement
The panel of applications targeted is large, including:
- Analysis, archaeometry of artefacts
- Diagnosis and monitoring for restoration and preventive conservation
- Geosciences / Geomatics for cultural heritage
- Analysis of the evolution of the territory
- Smart and sustainable tourism
- Digital Twins
The submission guidelines are the same as for regular papers (full and short papers).