Please fill out this form in order to participate in the MediaEval 2016 benchmark. See the descriptions of the individual tasks, which will be published on the MediaEval 2016 webpage, for instructions and release dates. It is possible to return to this form at any moment to add more tasks.
NB: A MediaEval team consists of one or more researchers who collaborate to carry out a MediaEval task or tasks. Please note that there should be only one registration per team. If someone else has already registered for your team, you do not need to register.
Your affiliation (e.g., your university, institute, or company)
Please enter the email addresses (separated by commas) of the other members of your team who you wish to receive communication concerning MediaEval 2016. These addresses will be used to set access to the MediaEval wiki. (You will have the opportunity to add more later.)
Please give us more background about the affiliation of your team by entering additional information. Specifically, we would like to know the name(s) of your group(s) or lab(s) (e.g., 'Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory' or 'Multimedia and Vision Research Group'). If the members of the team have different affiliations, please specificy them separately here....
Please chose a name for your MediaEval 2016 team. Team names are used as identifiers for the team during the benchmark. It can be an acronym or a short quick-to-type word. (For example, the team from Dublin City University is 'DCU', the team from University of Twente Human Media Interaction Lab is UT-HMI, the team from Eurecom is 'EURECOM'.)
Please register for one of more of the following tasks by checking the corresponding box or boxes. Descriptions of the individual tasks will be posted to the the MediaEval 2016 webpage. Note that if you register for more than three tasks, we ask you to provide (in the text box below) an explanation of the special circumstances that would allow your team to handle such a large volume of effort within the MediaEval 2016 schedule.
Emotional Impact of Movies
Placing: Multimodal Geolocation Prediction
Querying musical scores with English noun phrases (C@MERATA)
Predicting Media Interestingness
Zero-Cost Speech Recognition (formerly QUESST)
Verifying Multimedia Use
Multimodal Person Discovery in Broadcast TV
Retrieving Diverse Social Images
Context of Multimedia Experience
MediaEval Task Forces are groups of people who will work together towards developing a new MediaEval task to propose in 2017. Task Forces undertake a pilot and/or contribute a paper to the workshop proceedings. Please sign up if you are interested in working in a task force and you wil be contacted.
Task Force: Sky and the Social Eye: Enriching Remote-Sensed Events
Task Force: Detecting Bias in Large Multimedia Datasets
Task Force: Scene change: Using user photos to detect changes in 3D scenes over time
Please enter the number of team members that are projected to attend the MediaEval 2016 Workshop. The workshop will be held 20-21 October 2016 near Amsterdam, Netherlands right after ACM Multimedia 2016. Registering teams are expected (exceptions made for extenuating circumstances) to send at least one representative to the workshop to present and discuss their results.
Please add any additional information for the organizers here. In particular, if you register for more than three tasks please provide an explanation of how your team will handle the load balancing (as requested above).
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