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Conference Scope

The scope of the conference covers theoretical and practical aspects of multimedia and network information systems. In particular, topics include (but are not limited to) the following subjects:

Web Systems and Network Technologies:

  • Cloud Computing,
  • Deep Web Processing,
  • Internet Search Engines,
  • Machine Learning in Web–based Systems,
  • Mashup Systems,
  • Ontology Management and Alignment,
  • Recommender Systems,
  • Semantic Web,
  • System Integration,
  • Topical Crawlers,
  • Trust and Security Management,
  • Virtual Communities,
  • Web Mining,
  • Web Traffic Optimization,
  • Web Usability and Accessibility.

Multimedia Information Technology:

  • Affective Computing,
  • Augmented Reality,
  • Computer Vision,
  • Content-based Image Retrieval,
  • Digital Sound Processing,
  • Digital Video,
  • Extended Reality,
  • Image Processing,
  • Multimedia Content Management Systems,
  • Multimedia Databases,
  • Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval,
  • Multimedia Processing,
  • Multimedia Sharing Systems,
  • Music Information Retrieval,
  • Network Games,
  • Session Mobility,
  • Sound and Music Computing,
  • Speech Recognition and Synthesis,
  • Video Editing Software,
  • Video on Demand,
  • Virtual Reality Technologies,
  • Visual Retrieval Systems.

Web 2.0 and Collaborative Systems:

  • Application Sharing,
  • Collaborative learning,
  • Collaborative Project Management,
  • Complex Networks,
  • E-learning 2.0,
  • Electronic Communication,
  • Intelligent Networks,
  • Rich Internet applications,
  • Social Networks,
  • Social Web,
  • Web Publishing,
  • Web-oriented Architecture.

Information System Applications:

  • Business Intelligence,
  • Enterprise Information Systems,
  • Geographical Information Systems,
  • Medical Information Systems,
  • Mobile Information Systems,
  • Nature Inspired Information Systems.

Data Processing in Information Systems:

  • AI in Information Systems,
  • Big Data,
  • Computational Intelligence,
  • Data Quality,
  • Data Warehouses and Data Mining,
  • Distributed Processing,
  • Efficiency of Information Systems,
  • Human Computer Interaction,
  • Knowledge Management,
  • Metadata in Information Systems,
  • Multi-agent Systems.

Digital Libraries:

  • Cultural Heritage Digitalization,
  • Digital Library
  • Distributed Repositories,
  • Semantics,
  • Services Atomization,
  • Usage Mining,
  • Virtual Museums.