Multimedia Tools and Applications / Special Issue

The goal of this special issue is to bring together experts working on applying models, principles, and knowledge of human audio-visual perception and cognition to optimize video processing algorithms and applications.
Perceptual and cognitive factors affect how users acquire and process visual information, and an understanding of these factors and experiences offers opportunities to achieve the next big leap in video processing. In particular, many findings from areas such as Vision Science, Behavioral Sciences, and Neuroscience have strong implications for developing efficient, perceptually optimized video processing frameworks, algorithms, and applications.

Learn more about the PIVP 2014 workshop that was part of ACM Multimedia 2014 conference: PIVP2014
Learn more about the Multimedia Tools and Applications journal: MTAP

Topics of Interest

Specific topics of interest for the special issue:
• Perceptual video coding
• Quality of Experience
• Video analysis
• Perceptual models for video processing
• Influence of content on perception
• Influence of emotion on video perception
• Emotion detection in videos
• Neural correlates of video
• Influence of audio on video processing
• Datasets for perceptual video research

Submission Process

Online submissions can be made on the following link: SUBMISSION LINK .
Please read carefully all the instructions provided at the submission page.
After registration/login make sure to choose "Perception Inspired Video Processing" from the drop down menu of special issues.