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Martin Oxenham (moxenham@maths.adelaide.edu.au)
Thu, 1 Aug 1996 12:40:12 +0200


Dear Colleague,

I write to bring to your attention the First Australian Data Fusion Symposium
which is being held in Adelaide, Australia, on November 21 and 22 1996.

I have included the Call For Participation below.

The cut-off date for discounted registration fees is August 30th, 1996.

Yours sincerely,

Keith Mason,
Publicity Chair
ADFS-96

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
ADVANCE PROGRAM
AND TUTORIALS

FIRST AUSTRALIAN DATA FUSION SYMPOSIUM

ADFS-96

Adelaide, Australia,
November 21st-22nd, 1996.

http://www.cssip.edu.au/Conferences/ADFS96

The First Australian Data Fusion Symposium will provide a focus for
data fusion research in Australia and be an international forum
bringing together researchers from the world data fusion community.

The ADFS-96 program features keynote speeches by Prof. Yaakov
Bar-Shalom and Prof. Hugh Durrant-Whyte who are world leaders in
data fusion theory and its applications. Papers have been accepted
from USA, UK, France, Germany, Russia, Taiwan and Australia. Tutorials
will be presented by leading experts, and there will be an exhibition
of the latest tools, applications and products.

The Symposium is relevant to professionals of all levels who are
involved with evaluating, developing, researching or using systems
which combine data of different types from multiple sources.
The Symposium is a key opportunity for those in industry, Government
and Defence to view the latest data fusion ideas and products.

The Symposium is scheduled to follow the Australian and New Zealand
Intelligent Information Systems Conference (ANZIIS-96), which is also
being held at the same venue in Adelaide, on November 18-19.
Rebates on registration fees are available to delegates attending
both ADFS-96 and ANZIIS-96.

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SYMPOSIUM LOCATION

ADFS-96 will be located at the Stamford Plaza Hotel, 150 North
Terrace, Adelaide. This hotel is situated in downtown Adelaide,
and is adjacent to the Adelaide Casino and the Adelaide Festival
Theatre. Restaurant, cultural, shopping and nightlife precincts
are within a short walk of the hotel.

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ADVANCE PROGRAM

The response of the Data Fusion community to this first Australian
Data Fusion Symposium has been gratifying. Authors have submitted
most heavily in the area of multisensor tracking, and we are pleased
to note the number of papers promising evaluation using real data.
Besides sessions on algorithms and architectures, multisensor tracking,
registration and observers, visual data fusion and over-the-horizon
radar, the technical program committee has organised a special session
called Developing Military Data Fusion Systems. This session will be
introduced by a series of short papers designed to prompt discussion,
and to which representatives from the Department of Defence and
industry will be invited to contribute.

The Symposium will host two distinguished keynote speakers, Prof
Yaakov Bar-Shalom, of the University of Connecticut, and Prof Hugh
Durrant-Whyte of Sydney University. We will also be welcoming Prof
James Llinas to speak at the session on algorithms and architectures
with what promises to be a seminal contribution on the data fusion
design process.

Besides a poster session on the first day of the conference devoted
to additional issues, the Symposium is also mounting a student
exhibition in which advanced degree students are invited to present
non-refereed posters on work in progress, so they can benefit from
viewer responses.

Please note that the details in this Advance Program are subject to
change. The Final Symposium Program will be provided at registration.

The right is reserved to change dates, program and speakers without
notice due to circumstances beyond the Organising Committee's control.

Keynote Addresses:
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Prof Yaakov Bar-Shalom, University of Connecticut.

"An Overview of Tracking Algorithms from the Kalman Filter
to Intelligent Trackers for Cluttered and Multiobject
Multitarget Environments"

This talk describes the evolution of the technology of tracking
objects of interest (targets) in a cluttered environment using
remote sensors. Approaches for handling target maneuvers
(unpredictable motion) and false measurements (clutter) are
discussed. Advanced ("intelligent") techniques with moderate
complexity are described. The emphasis is on algorithms which model
the environment and the scenarios of interest in a realistic
manner and have the ability to track low observable targets.
Several applications are presented from the following areas: Air

Traffic Control, underwater surveillance and tracking a moving
image in a cluttered background.

About the Presenter:
Yaakov Bar-Shalom is Professor of Electrical and Systems
Engineering and also Director of the Estimation and Signal
Processing Laboratory at the University of Connecticut. His
research interests lie in estimation theory and stochastic
adaptive control and has published 5 books and over 180 papers
in these areas. He acts as a consultant for numerous companies,
and has developed several commercial software packages for a
variety of tracking applications. He also originated the series
of "Multitarget-Multisensor Tracking" short courses offered via
UCLA Extension, at US Government Laboratories, private companies
and overseas, and has been elected Fellow of IEEE for "contributions
to the theory of stochastic systems and of multitarget tracking".

Prof Hugh Durrant-Whyte

"Data Fusion for Reliable Guidance and Control of Land Vehicles"

Ultra reliable guidance and control is an essential prerequisite to
the development of large autonomous mobile equipment in hostile
environments in the mining, stevedoring and construction industries.
The only way of obtaining the required levels of reliability is to
fuse information from a number of different sensors; each with
different capabilities and with independent failure modes. The
presentation will focus on methods and techniques for modeling,
designing and validating robust multi-sensor land vehicle guidance
systems. Methods include the use of MHT techniques for fault
tracking, the use of frequency domain techniques in sensor suite
design and the use of multiple model techniques to monitor vehicle
and guidance system state. Examples of systems exploiting these
techniques in real civilian applications will be described.

About the Presenter:
Hugh Durrant-Whyte is Professor of Mechatronics at the University of
Sydney. He has published four books and over 120 papers in the
general area of robotics and data fusion. He has led a number of
key data fusion research projects both in military and civilian
applications. He was a University Lecturer in Engineering Science
at Oxford University from 1986 to 1995.

Oral Sessions:
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Algorithms and Architectures

"Project Correlation: An In-depth Assessment of Correlation
Processing", J Llinas, USA

"Fusion of IFF and Radar Data", Michael Meyer, Robert R Carson,
Douglas J Peters, USA

"When Surveillance Sensors Disagree", Janet Aisbett and Greg
Gibbon, AUSTRALIA

"Interactive Information Pre-Processing and Control for Intelligent
Data Fusion and Contact Tracking", Sheryl E Hammel, Helen M
Johnson and Ted W Huber, AUSTRALIA

"Markov Chain Prediction Fusion for Automatic Target Recognition",
Mark Bedworth and M Anwar Sayid, UK

"Inertially Aided Navigation System", S Scheding, E M Nebot and
H Durrant Whyte, AUSTRALIA

Multisensor Tracking

"Performance of State Space Multi-Sensor Track Fusion with Model
Mismatch", Mark L Krieg and Douglas A Gray, AUSTRALIA

"Probabilistic Multi-hypothesis Tracking in a Multi-Sensor,
Multi-target Environment", Evangelos H Giannopoulos, Peter
Swazek and Roy L Streit, USA

"A Hybrid Parametric, Non-parametric Approach to Bayesian Target
Tracking", J V Blac and C M Reed, UK

"A N-dimensional Algorithm to Solve Multitarget Tracking in the
Passive SONAR Context", H Gauvrit, J P Le Cadre and C Jarffret,
FRANCE

"Tracking Weak Targets with a Track Before Detect Approach using
Spatially Distributed Sensors", M Swift, W Elliston, M Sandys-
Wunsch, C M McIntyre and C J Riley, AUSTRALIA

Registration and Observers

"Combined Multisensor Alignment and Track Filtering on a Single
Platform", F R Castella, USA

"Adaptive Perception and Dynamic Programming", Geir E Hovland,
Brenan J McCarragher, AUSTRALIA

"Radar and Optical Track Fusion using Real Data", Mark L Krieg
and Douglas A Gray, AUSTRALIA

"Optimization of the Observer Motion for Bearings-Only Target
Motion Analysis, J P Le Cadre and H Gauvrit, FRANCE

"Maximum Likelihood Registration of Dissimilar Sensors", Daniel
McMichael and Nickens Okello, AUSTRALIA

Visual Data Fusion

"Object-Detection in Traffic Scenes by a Colour-Video and Radar
Data-Fusion Approach", B Heisele, H Neef, W Ritter, R Schneider
and G Wanielik GERMANY

"Pixel - Level Fusion of Image Sequences using Wavelet Frames",
Oliver Rockinger and Thomas Fechner, GERMANY

"An Application of Image Matching/Fusion in Medicine", Steven M
Vajdic, Jeremy Graham and Shaun Voight, AUSTRALIA

Over-the-Horizon Radar

"Robust Data Fusion for the Estimation of Ionospheric State using
a Networked Array of Ionospheric Sounders", E. Skafidas, D J
Percival, and R J Evans, AUSTRALIA

"Measures of Effectiveness for Multiple ROTHR Track Data Fusion
(MRTDF)", William J Yssel, William C Torrez and Robert A Lematta,
USA

"Multi-Way Track Association for Over The Horizon Radar", J Zhu,
R E Bogner and K J Pope, AUSTRALIA

"Hierarchical Clustering for OTHR Track Fusion", M Mohandes and
R E Bogner, AUSTRALIA

"Fusion of Tracks from Over-The-Horizon Radars and other Sources",
Kruger A B White, Ian W Dall and Andrew J Shellshear, AUSTRALIA

Special Session:
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Building Military Data Fusion Systems

"A Systems Approach to Data Fusion", Phillip John McKerrow and
Sandra Joy Volk, AUSTRALIA

"Principles for a Generic Data Fusion Architecture", Mark Nelson
and Keith Mason, Australia

"A Situation Awareness System", Jorge V Gega and Peter Homier, USA

"Some Principles for Designing New Data Fusion Systems", Douglas J
Kewley, Australia

Poster Session:
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"Remotely Sensed and Conventional Data Fusion for Investigation of
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Hydrophysical Fields in the
Neva Bay and the Eastern Part of the Gulf of Finland", Leontina
Sukhacheva and Serge Vicotrov, RUSSIA

"Multiple Source Clustering: A Probabilistic Reasoning Approach",
Thomas J Leih and Evangelos H Giannopoulos, USA

"Data Fusion by Optimal Sensor Switching", E Skafidas, R J Evans
and A Logothetis, AUSTRALIA

"An Information Fusion Algorithm for Data Association in
Multitarget Tracking", Lain-Wen Jang and Jung-Jae Chao, TAIWAN

"Similarity Measures for Image Matching Architectures - A Review
with Classification", Steven M Vajdic and A R Downing, AUSTRALIA

"On Asynchronous Track Fusion of Similar Sensors", A T Alouani and
T R","Rice, USA

"The Application of Database Mining Techniques to Data Fusion in

Spatial Databases", Janusz R Getta and Phillip McKerrow, AUSTRALIA

"Performance Assessment of Data Fusion Systems", Martin G Oxenham,
Douglas J Kewley and Mark J Nelson, AUSTRALIA

"Integration of Sensor Modelling and Detection Thresholds into a
Model for Search Pattern Optimisation",K K Benke, AUSTRALIA

"Summary of Results from the Joint BMDO/DSTO ATM Track Fusion
Demonstration", Andrew T Textoris, E Alan Bell and Jonathan D
Emery, USA

"Kalman Filter Design using Frequency Domain Techniques. An
Application to GPS/INS Integration", E M Nebot and H Durrant Whyte,
AUSTRALIA

"A Multisensor Single Target Tracking Simulator: MUST", M Karan
and D W McMichael, AUSTRALIA

"The Fusion of Oblique-Incidence Ionograms Gathered from Multiple
Collection Sites", J Fulcher, S Richards, R Fisher and C
Coleman, AUSTRALIA

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EXHIBITION

A trade exhibition featuring products and technologies in the field
of data fusion applications will be held concurrently with the
Symposium and at the same venue.

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SOCIAL PROGRAM

A Welcoming Reception for delegates and accompanying persons will be

held in the Boulevard Room of the Stamford Plaza Hotel between 6pm and
7.30pm on Wednesday 20 November. Attendance is included in the
registration fee.

Morning and afternoon coffees and teas on both Symposium days are
included in the registration fee.

Delegates and accompanying persons are invited to attend the Symposium
Banquet on Thursday 21 November in the Boulevard Room of the Stamford
Plaza Hotel. Drinks will be served in the foyer from 7.30pm and the
Banquet will start at 8pm. The cost of the Banquet (including drinks)
is $AUD 40 per person.

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REGISTRATION

Registration is now open and early bird discounts apply for payments
received by August 30th 1996. A registration form is included at the
end of this document.

Registration fees include admission to all Symposium sessions, the
Welcoming Reception on Wed 20 Nov, morning and afternoon coffee or
tea on Nov 21 and 22, and a copy of the Symposium Proceedings. The
Symposium Banquet costs an additional $AUD 40.

Early fees Normal Fees
(received by Aug 30)

Standard $AUD 315 $AUD 350
Affiliate# $AUD 252 $AUD 280
Full-time Student $AUD 144 $AUD 160

# The affiliate discount applies to members of the IEEE and
delegates from the CSSIP and DSTO.

For people attending both ADFS-96 (Nov 21 and 22) and ANZIIS-96
(Nov 18 and 19) a rebate of 10% of the fees to both events
is available. Rebate cheques will be provided at each event
to joint delegates.

The Registration Desk on Level 2 of the Stamford Plaza Hotel will be

open from 5.00pm to 7pm on Wed 20 Nov, and 8am to 6pm on Nov 21 and 22.

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TUTORIALS

In conjunction with the Departments of Mathematics of the University
of Adelaide, two one-day tutorials are offered on Wednesday 20 November
1996. They will be held in the University of Adelaide Applied
Mathematics Department (North Terrace Campus) from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

1. DATA FUSION FOR VISION

Presenter: Dr Alan Yuille, Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Inst., USA

Vision is a fascinating domain in which to study sensor fusion. The
task of vision is to extract information about the world from incoming
visual images. There are often a multitude of ways in which a specific
piece of information, or visual cue, can be extracted from the
image. These cues, however, must be combined together appropriately,
this corresponds to data fusion.

This workshop gives a mathematical foundation for constructing
and analyzing data fusion algorithms for vision. We will formulate
vision as statistical inference using Bayesian probability theory. Our
approach will emphasize the importance of using constraints, or prior
knowledge, about the world in order to combine cues correctly. The
ideas will be illustrated by computer simulations of visual
algorithms and by psychophysical demonstrations showing how the human
visual system solves similar problems.

These ideas were originally proposed in "Data Fusion for Sensory
Information Processing Systems" by J.J. Clark and A.L. Yuille
(Kluwer 1990).

Cost of Tutorial:
Pay by August 30 1996: $AUD 250. Full-time Students: $AUD 200.
Pay after August 30 1996: $AUD 275. Full-time Students $AUD 225.

About the Presenter:
Alan Yuille's research interests are in mathematical modelling of
artificial and biological vision. He has published over
fifty papers in vision and neural networks, a book with
J.J. Clark, and edited the book "Active Vision" with A. Blake.
From 1982-86 he worked at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at
MIT before joining the Division of Applied Sciences at Harvard from
1986-1995. In 1995 he joined the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research
Institute in San Francisco.

2. MULTITARGET TRACKING AND DATA FUSION

Presenter: Prof Yaakov Bar-Shalom, University of Connecticut, USA

The aim of this one day tutorial is to walk the attendees through a
wide range of advanced tracking techniques. This is achieved by
describing the algorithms and techniques that are used in working
systems today and the means for designing them using software tools.

Modern tracking techniques for low observables, adaptive radar and
tracking in clutter will also be described. This workshop will draw
on the speaker's experience in applying tracking techniques to real
systems including underwater sonar, air traffic control and
electro-optic sensor data fusion.

A detailed summary of this tutorial can be found in the Symposium's
Web Page.

Tutorial Materials:
A copy of the text "Multitarget-Multisensor Tracking: Principles and
Techniques", (YBS Publishing, 1995) will be provided to each
participant. This book has over 600 pages and covers the field of
tracking in depth.

Cost of Tutorial:
Pay by August 30 1996: $AUD 350. Full-time Students: $AUD 300.
Pay after August 30 1996: $AUD 375. Full-time Students $AUD 325.

About the Presenter:
Yaakov Bar-Shalom is Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering
and also Director of the Estimation and Signal Processing Laboratory
at the University of Connecticut. His research interests lie in
estimation theory and stochastic adaptive control and has published
5 books and over 180 papers in these areas. He acts as a consultant
for numerous companies, and has developed several commercial software
packages for a variety of tracking applications. He also originated
the series of "Multitarget-Multisensor Tracking" short courses offered
via UCLA Extension, at US Government Laboratories, private companies
and overseas, and has been elected Fellow of IEEE for "contributions to
the theory of stochastic systems and of multitarget tracking".

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CANCELLATION POLICY

All cancellations must be in writing. Cancellations postmarked on or
before 1 November 1996 will incur a fee of $AUD 60. No refunds for
registration or tutorials will be made for cancellations postmarked
after 1 November 1996.

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ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation for the Symposium has been prebooked at the Stamford
Plaza Hotel, 150 North Terrace, Adelaide for $AUD 150 single or double
per night, and also at the Grosvenor Hotel, 125 North Terrace, Adelaide
for $AUD 95/$AUD 110 single/double per night for a "Business Room" or
$AUD 66/$AUD 80 for a "Budget Room". The Grosvenor is within one block
of the conference location (which is at the Stamford Plaza Hotel).
Bookings through the Symposium Secretariat for the Stamford Plaza Hotel
or for the Grosvenor Hotel must be made by 1 November 1996. A booking
form is included in the registration form at the end of this document.
A deposit of one nights fee is required to hold a reservation.

The following list of hotels that provide budget accommodation is
provided for your information. Bookings for these hotels are not
handled by the Symposium Secretariat and delegates wishing to stay
at one of these hotels will need to make their own arrangements
directly with the hotel management. The Symposium organisers
take no responsibility for the services provided by any of these
hotels. Early reservations are recommended and telephone reservations
should be confirmed in writing. Rates are approximate only.

Wests Private Hotel, Single $AUD 20.
110B Hindley St, Adelaide SA 5000. Ph (+61) (08) 231 7575

Moores Brecknock Hotel, Single $AUD 30, Double $AUD 45.
401 King William St, Adelaide SA 5000. Ph (+61) (08) 231 5467

City Central Hotel, Single $AUD 49, Double/Twin $AUD 56.
23 Hindley St, Adelaide SA 5000. Ph (+61) (08) 231 4049

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AIRPORT AND TRANSPORTATION

Adelaide International Airport is 5 kms from the city. It has scheduled
services by Qantas Airways, Ansett Australia, Singapore Airlines,
Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Garuda Indonesia, Virgin
Atlantic and United Airlines.

A taxi costs approximately $AUD 10.00 from the airport to the Symposium
hotels. A scheduled bus service between the airport and the Stamford
Plaza Hotel is available for $AUD 6.00 one way.

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ABOUT ADELAIDE

Adelaide is a city with a population of over one million people. The
city is well planned with open spaces, parks and gardens that provide
a pleasing ambience.

November is late spring and has an average maximum temperature of
24 degrees C (76 degrees F) and an average of 6 rainy days.

Sight seeing day tours that are available include: the Barossa Valley,
Australia's premier wine district; Kangaroo Island, unspoilt
wilderness with diverse wildlife in a natural habitat; Hahndorf,
a historic Germanic settlement, and the Cleland Wildlife Park,
featuring many of Australia's unique native animals.

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IMPORTANT DATES

Early bird discounts expire on August 30 1996
Symposium accommodation rates expire on November 1 1996
Welcoming Reception: November 20
Symposium Sessions: November 21 and 22
Symposium Banquet: November 21
Symposium Tutorials: November 20

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SECRETARIAT

ADFS-96 Secretariat,
Plevin & Associates,
PO Box 54,
Burnside, SA 5066,
AUSTRALIA.
Phone: (+61) (08) 379 8222
Fax: (+61) (08) 379 8177

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ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Co-chair Assoc. Prof. Daniel McMichael
(U SAust CSSIP, Australia)
Co-chair Dr. Douglas Kewley
(DSTO, Australia)
Program Chair Assoc. Prof. Daniel McMichael
(U SAust CSSIP, Australia)
Finance and Exhibits Chair: Dr. Michael Evans
(DSTO, Australia)
Local Arrangements Chair: Dr. Abdesselam Bouzerdoum
(Adelaide U, Australia)
Publicity and Publications Chair: Dr. Keith Mason
(DSTO, Australia)

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SPONSORSHIP

ADFS-96 is sponsored by the IEEE South Australian Section. The Defence
Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) and the Cooperative Research
Centre for Sensor Signal and Information Processing (CSSIP) are
co-sponsors.

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FURTHER INFORMATION

Information about ADFS-96 may obtained through the World Wide Web at:
http://www.cssip.edu.au/Conferences/ADFS96 or by contacting:

ADFS-96 Secretariat,
Plevin & Associates,
PO Box 54,
Burnside, SA 5066,
AUSTRALIA.
Phone: (+61) (08) 379 8222
Fax: (+61) (08) 379 8177
E-mail: plevin@camtech.net.au

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FIRST AUSTRALIAN DATA FUSION SYMPOSIUM

REGISTRATION FORM

DELEGATE DETAILS

(Mr/Ms etc) ___ First Name ___________ Surname ________________

Preferred name on Badge _______________________________________

Organisation __________________________________________________

Position held _________________________________________________

Postal Address ________________________________________________

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State _______ Country ___________ Postcode _____

Business Telephone ____________________________________________

Business Fax __________________________________________________

Email _________________________________________________________

WWW Personal Home Page ________________________________________

Accompanying Person's Name ____________________________________

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SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

(diet, disability) ____________________________________________

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REGISTRATION FEE

Payment received Payment received
on or before Aug 30 after Aug 30

Standard fee _ $AUD 315 _ $AUD 350
Affiliate (IEEE/DSTO/CSSIP) _ $AUD 252 _ $AUD 280
Full-time Student _ $AUD 144 _ $AUD 160

********** REGISTRATION FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

Do you intend to also register for ANZIIS-96? ____ (Yes/No)
(Rebate cheques for delegates who register for both ADFS96 and
ANZIIS-96 of 10% of the fees paid will be available in Adelaide)

Affiliates and Students: Please indicate your institution:

________________________________________________________________

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TUTORIALS

Payment received Payment received
on or before Aug 30 After Aug 30

Tutorial 1. DATA FUSION FOR VISION

Standard fee _ $AUD 250 _ $AUD 275
Full-time Student _ $AUD 200 _ $AUD 225

Tutorial 2. MULTITARGET TRACKING AND DATA FUSION

Standard fee _ $AUD 350 _ $AUD 375
Full-time Student _ $AUD 300 _ $AUD 325

********** TUTORIAL FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

Students: Please indicate your institution: _____________________

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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

A Welcoming Reception for delegates and accompanying persons will be

held in the Boulevard Room of the Stamford Plaza Hotel between 6pm and
7.30pm on Wednesday 20 November. Attendance is included in the
registration fee.

Morning and afternoon coffees and teas on Thursday and Friday
November 21 and 22 are included in the registration fee.

Delegates and accompanying persons are invited to attend the Symposium
Banquet on Thursday 21 November in the Boulevard Room of the Stamford
Plaza Hotel. Drinks will be served in the foyer from 7.30pm and the
Banquet will start at 8pm. The cost of the Banquet (including drinks)
is $AUD 40 per person.

_____ Symposium Banquet places @ $AUD 40 = ______

********** SOCIAL PROGRAM FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

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ACCOMMODATION

Limited accommodation has been reserved at the Grosvenor and Stamford
Plaza Hotel for the rates indicated below. Bookings at these rates are
available through the symposium secretariat, Plevin & Associates.
If rooms are no longer available in the hotel of your choice, you
will be placed in another hotel of comparable standard. Reservations
require a deposit of one nights fee. Requests for hotel reservations
must be received by 1 November 1996.

Grosvenor (125 North Terrace, Adelaide)

Single Double Twin

"Business Room" __ $AUD 95 __ $AUD 110 __ $AUD 110

"Budget Room" __ $AUD 66 __ $AUD 80 __ $AUD 80

Stamford Plaza (150 North Terrace, Adelaide)

Single Double Twin

__ $AUD 150 __ $AUD 150 __ $AUD 150

Date check in: _____ Date check out: _____ Number of nights ___

I have arranged twin share with ___________________________________

Expected arrival: Airline _________ Flight _________ Time _______

********** ACCOMMODATION FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

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PAYMENT OF FEES

All fees are quoted in Australian dollars. The methods of payment
accepted are:

For Australian Registrants -
i) by a cheque/bank draft payable to "ADFS 96" crossed "Not
Negotiable",
ii) by MasterCard, Visa or Bankcard (issued by an Australian
financial institution) with authorisation signature on the
Symposium registration form,
iii) an Australian Money Order.

For Overseas Registrants -
i) a draft or cheque in Australian dollars drawn on an office
in Australia of a bank operating in Australia payable to
"ADFS 96" crossed "Not Negotiable",
ii) by MasterCard or Visa, in Australian dollars with authorisation
signature on the Symposium registration form,
iii) an International Money Order in Australian dollars.

Fees payable
REGISTRATION FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

TUTORIAL FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

SOCIAL PROGRAM FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

ACCOMMODATION FEE TOTAL $AUD _____

TOTAL FEE $AUD _____

Method of payment: __ Cheque/Bank Draft __ Money Order or

__ Credit Card: Please debit my __ Visa __ Mastercard __ Bankcard

Number __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

with the amount $AUD __________

Expiry Date ______ Signature of Cardholder ___________________

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The completed registration form and payment should be sent to:

ADFS-96 Secretariat,
Plevin & Associates,
PO Box 54,
Burnside, SA 5066,
AUSTRALIA.
Phone: (+61) (08) 379 8222
Fax: (+61) (08) 379 8177