"Fuzzy Filters for Image Processing" (FUZZ-IEEE'2001 Workshop)

From: Mike Nachtegael (mike@nachtegael.com)
Date: Thu Apr 26 2001 - 16:41:42 MET DST

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    Final Call for Papers (extended deadline)

            FUZZ-IEEE 2001
            Workshop "Fuzzy Filters for Image Processing"

    This workshop is part of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy
    Systems (FUZZ-IEEE'2001) in Melbourne (Australia), December 2 - 5, 2001.
    More information can be found at:
    - Conference URL: http://www.conferences.unimelb.edu.au/fuzzy/
    - Workshop URL: http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~ekerre/ (click on "special
    events") or http://fuzzy-workshop.vandeville.com

    About the workshop "Fuzzy filters for Image Processing"
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    - Topics of this workshop include:

         Fuzzy filters for image enhancement,
         Fuzzy filters for noise reduction
            (various noise types: gaussian noise, salt & pepper noise, ....)
         Fuzzy filters for edge detection.

    - General description of the workshop

    The application of fuzzy techniques in image processing is a promising
    research field. Among the different topics, this workshop will focus on the
    construction and application of fuzzy filters for image processing. It is
    well known that fuzzy filters have a more robust performance than classical
    filters. For example, most classical filters that remove noise
    simultaneously blur the edges, while fuzzy filters have the ability to
    combine edge-preservation and smoothing. Compared to other non-linear
    techniques, fuzzy filters are able to represent the knowledge in a
    comprehensible way. Several researchers have already presented interesting
    fuzzy filters with promising results. The aim of this workshop is to give a
    survey of the current state-of-the-art and indicate future keypoints for
    research. Furthermore, it is a unique opportunity for researchers in this
    area to meet and to exchange ideas.

    - Information for authors

    Authors are invited to submit full papers for review. Papers should be
    written in English, not exceeding 7 single-sided pages on A4 or letter-size
    paper, in one-column format with 1-inch margin on all four sides, in Times
    or a similar font of 10 points or larger. Electronic submission is allowed
    (postscript documents). The first page of each paper should include the
    following information: title of the paper, the author's names
    andaffiliations, complete address (including email, fax and phone) of the
    corresponding author, abstract of the paper, and maximum 5 keywords.

    Please send papers to one of the workshop organisers; postal and email
    addresses can be found at the bottom of this page. All papers will be
    reviewed by at least two referees.

    - Important dates (EXTENDED DEADLINE)

         Submission deadline: Friday, June 15, 2001
         Notification of acceptance: Friday, July 6, 2001
         Final manuscripts: Friday, August 3, 2001

    - Workshop Organisers

         Mike Nachtegael, Dietrich Van der Weken, Etienne Kerre
         Ghent University
         Department of Applied Mathematics & Computer Science
         Fuzziness and Uncertainty Modelling Research Unit
         Krijgslaan 281 (Building S9)
         B-9000 Gent
         Belgium
         Phone: +32 9 264.47.65
         Fax: +32 9 264.49.95
         E-mail: mike@nachtegael.com, dietrich.vanderweken@rug.ac.be,
    etienne.kerre@rug.ac.be

         Dimitri Van De Ville
         Ghent University
         Department of Electronics and Information Systems
         Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 41
         B-9000 Gent
         Belgium
         Phone: +32 9 264.89.17
         Fax: +32 9 264.35.94
         E-mail: fuzzy-workshop@vandeville.com

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