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ACM Multimedia is a top quality, extremely selective conference. Both full and short papers submitted to ACM Multimedia undergo a rigorous double-blind reviewing process, carried out by internationally qualified scientists working in the field of Multimedia. At the end of the reviewing process, the Program Committee members meet together to discuss the review scores and select the papers admitted to oral presentation. Finally, the papers selected are sheperded to assure the highest quality of the contribution. The same reviewing process is followed in each of the four tracks.

The Acceptance Rates for Full Papers were as follows for the past editions:

  • ACM Multimedia 2002, Juan les Pins, France : 14%
  • ACM Multimedia 2003, Berkeley, CA, USA :  17%
  • ACM Multimedia 2004, New York, NY, USA :  17%
  • ACM Multimedia 2005, Singapore, Singapore :  15.7%
  • ACM Multimedia 2006, Santa Barbara, CA, USA :  16%
  • ACM Multimedia 2007, Augsburg, Germany :  16%
  • ACM Multimedia 2008, Vancouver, Canada :  17%
  • ACM Multimedia 2009, Beijing, China :  16.4%

The Acceptance Rate for Short Papers was around 30%  in all the editions.

ACM Multimedia 2010 commits to the same Acceptance Rates of the ACM Multimedia conference series.

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