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Working Session

Multimedia Content Transformation: Fragmentation, Enrichment, and Adaptation
Pablo Cesar (CWI, Netherlands), Dick Bulterman (CWI, Netherlands), Jack Jansen (CWI, Netherlands), Maria da Graca Pimentel (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil), Simone Barbosa (PUC-Rio, Brazil)

This working session will be an interactive discussion about multimedia content transformation. The basic assumption is that content transformation activities should be provided as non-destructive operations. The final goal of the panel is to gather researchers within the community interested in manipulating multimedia content for providing rich user experiences. The organizers of the panel will moderate and shape the discussion; nevertheless, position papers from the participants are expected.

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List of registered participants:

Steven Bagley University of Nottingham
Helen Balinsky Hewlett Packard
Simone Barbosa PUC-Rio
David Brailsford University of Nottingham
Renan Cattelan Universidade de Sao Paulo
Victor Codocedo U. Tecnica Federico Santa Maria
Cyril Concolato Telecom ParisTech
Reim Doumat INSA-Lyon
Alan Gomes Universidade de Sao Paulo
Michael Gormish Ricoh Innovations, Inc.
Nathan Hurst Adobe Systems, Inc
Peter King University of Manitoba
John Lumley Hewlett Packard Laboratories
Marcelo Manzato Universidade de Sao Paulo
Erick Melo Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos
Ethan Munson U. Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Charles Nicholas UMBC
James Ollis University of Nottingham
Benoît Pellan Telecom ParisTech
Maria Pimentel Universidade de Sao Paulo
Cassio Prazeres Universidade de Sao Paulo
Cécile Roisin INRIA / UPMF
Michael Shilman
Marco Silva ICMC
Steven Simske Hewlett-Packard
Luiz Fernando Soares PUC-Rio
Cesar Teixeira Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Simon Towers Adobe