Authors of accepted contributions to the ACM Multimedia 2002 Conference should follow the following guidelines to prepare their presentations.

Always check the notice board near the registration desk for last minute notifications.

Full Papers

Presentations will last 30 minutes for each paper, questions included. Please allow a few minutes to change speakers.

An overhead projector and a video projector will be available in each room. You have to bring your own PC. Please be present in the room 30 minutes before the beginning of the session to coordinate with the session chairman and to check the connections of your material with the projector.


The poster session is scheduled on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2002, from 18:00 to 20:00, together with the reception. It is located in the room CEZANNE (level 0 at the Hotel Ambassadeur).

The panels are 1m wide and 2m high, two posters will share three panels, so that each poster will have an available area of about 1.5mx1.5m. If your poster is not more than 1m, it will fit on a single panel. Pins and scotch band to fix the posters will be provided.

Panels will be numbered. Check the number of your poster at the entrance of the room to use the proper location.

For any question, ask the poster chair Stephane Marchand-Maillet


Demonstrations will take place in rooms MONET-RENOIR. There will be two demonstration sessions, one on Tuesday, December 3, one on Wednesday, December 4. Each session lasts from 13:00 to 18:00. Demonstrators are invited to be present near their demo during the time of the technical sessions, and required to be present during pauses and breaks.

Each demo will be provided with one table (enough to fit one PC plus some papers), two chairs, power supply and one panel (1m wide) for posting.

If you have questions, please ask the local demo chair Jean-Luc Dugelay

Doctoral Symposium

The Doctoral Symposium will take place on Thursday, 5 December, 2002, in the afternoon. Each selected student will have a time slot of approximately 45 minutes to explain the motivation, results, research difficulties and issues, of his/her work. The audience will participate in the discussion of those issues.

The environment available for presentation is the same as for the full papers.

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