ACM MMSports 2023
6th International ACM Workshop on Multimedia Content Analysis in Sports
Call for Papers
The ambition of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners from many different disciplines to share ideas and methods on current multimedia/multimodal content analysis research in sports. We welcome multimodal-based research contributions as well as best-practice contributions focusing on the following (and similar, but not limited to) topics:
- annotation and indexing in sports
- tracking people/ athlete and objects in sports
- activity recognition, classification, and evaluation in sports
- 3D scene and motion reconstruction in sports
- event detection and indexing in sports
- performance assessment in sports
- injury analysis and prevention in sports
- data driven analysis in sports
- graphical augmentation and visualization in sports
- automated training assistance in sports
- camera pose and motion tracking in sports
- brave new ideas / extraordinary multimodal solutions in sports
- personal virtual (home) trainers/coaches in sports
- datasets in sports
- graphical effects in sports
- alternative sensing in sports (beyond the visible spectrum)
- multimodal perception in sports
- exploiting physical knowledge in learning systems for sports
- sports knowledge discovery
- narrative generation and narrative analysis in sports
- mobile sports application
- multimedia in sports beyond video, including 3D data and sensor data
OpenReview website: https://openreview.net/group?id=acmmm.org/ACMMM/2023/Workshop/MMSports
Deadline: July 14th, 2023
Please refer to the main conference site for submission policies on blinding, originality, author lists and ArXiv publications.
Note: We prefer double-blind submissions to the workshop. But this is not enforced for the workshop. Thus, if double-blind submission is not possible, then this is fine, too.
Submissions can be of varying length from 4 to 8 pages, plus additional pages for the reference pages; i.e., the reference page(s) are not counted to the page limit of 4 to 8 pages. There is no distinction between long and short papers, but the authors may themselves decide on the appropriate length of the paper. All papers will undergo the same review process and review period.
The accepted workshop papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library. The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of the conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to the published work.