Conference Submission

Conference Submission

Last week was full of work. Somehow, I write something like this every week. Well…

Together with two colleagues I worked on a submission for a conference last week. A nice paper about a visualization technology. Of course, I cannot say more about it as long as it is not accepted for publication yet. We will see. We did a good job and I am confident. Well, I was confident with most papers that got rejected too. Whatever.

Additionally, there was good news last week. The paper of another colleague of mine, with which I was involved, was accepted for publication at the Multimedia Modelling 2015:

  • [DOI] M. Spehr, S. Grottel, and S. Gumhold, “Wifbs: A Web-based Image Feature Benchmark System,” in MultiMedia Modeling – 21th Anniversary International Conference, MMM 2015, Sydney, Australia, January 5-7, 2015, Proceedings, 2015, pp. 159-170.
    [Bibtex]
    @inproceedings{spehr2015mmm,
      author    = {Marcel Spehr and
                   Sebastian Grottel and
                   Stefan Gumhold},
      title     = {Wifbs: A Web-based Image Feature Benchmark System},
      booktitle = {MultiMedia Modeling - 21th Anniversary International Conference, {MMM} 2015, Sydney, Australia, January 5-7, 2015, Proceedings},
      editors   = {Xiangjian He, Suhuai Luo et al.},
      year      = {2015},
      pages     = {159--170},
      doi       = {10.1007/978-3-319-04114-8_2},
    }

I don’t want to take credit for other’s achievements. The idea, the implementation, the system and the publication, all of that was mostly the work of my colleague Marcel Spher. Great work. All I did was helping out with some details, pointing in some directions and helping with writing the paper itself.

I like system papers. It is work beyond simple software used in research. These system, the one presented here and my MegaMol, have the potential to stay useful for a long time.

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