reminder: KES'99 session on Fuzzy Techniques in Image Processing

Mike Nachtegael (mike.nachtegael@rug.ac.be)
Fri, 9 Apr 1999 12:58:47 +0200 (MET DST)

Dear Prof., Dr., Drs.,

On August 31 and September 1, 1999, the THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
KNOWLEDGE-BASED INTELLIGENT INFORMATION ENGINEERING SYSTEMS (KES'99 for
short) is organised in Adelaide, Australia. At this conference there will
be a special session on:

"Fuzzy Techniques in Image Processing: Theory and Applications".

The aim of this session is to provide an international forum for
presentation of recent results and advances regarding fuzzy techniques in
image processing. It is a unique opportunity for researchers in this area
to meet and to exchange ideas.

You are invited to submit one or more papers to this session. Both
theoretical as well as practical oriented contributions will be greatly
appreciated. Possible topics
include:
- fuzzy morphology
- fuzzy edge detection
- fuzzy image segmentation
- fuzzy image enhancement
- fuzzy filtering
- soft computing techniques in image processing (neural networks, genetic
algortihms,...)
- fuzzy techniques in medical image processing
- .........

It will be greatly appreciated if you reply this mail to notify whether you
intend to submit a paper or not. What follows is some general information
regarding the KES'99 conference, the submission of papers, and the time
schedule.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
=====================
- The third KES Conference on Knowledge-based Intelligent Information
Engineering Systems is organised by the Knowledge-based Intelligent
Engineering Systems Research Centre of the University of South Australia,
and is chaired by L.C. Jain (conference general chair) and N.M. Martin
(conference chair).
- The conference takes place August 31 - September 1, 1999, Adelaide,
Australia
- Registration fees (before June 14th): 480 AU$ (regular), 250AU$
(students). Note that 1 AU$ = 0.63 US$ = 0.58 EURO (approximately)
- You can read this and more information at
http://www.unisa.edu.au/pes/kes/KES99/default.htm).

SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
====================
- papers must be written in English
- maximum number of pages (A4): 4
- two-column format in Times New Roman or similar font, 10 points
- one inch margin on all four sides
- please include the authors' full names, addresses, telephone and fax
numbers, email addresses.
- paper presentations are about 15 minutes, including questions and
discussions
- all accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings,
published by IEEE.

SCHEDULE
=========
- please send your paper (three copies) before May 1st (they will be
reviewed by 2 reviewers). If possible, you can send files by email (DVI,
postscript, Word97,...). The address can be found at the end of this
message.
- by May 21st you will be notified if your paper has been accepted.
- the camera-ready paper (one original and one copy) is due by June 4th.

If you have any questions of any kind, please do not hesitate to contact
me. I am looking forward to hearing from you and receiving your paper as
soon as possible.

With warm regards,
Mike Nachtegael.

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University of Gent, Dep. of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Fuzziness and Uncertainty Modeling Research Unit
Krijgslaan 281 (S9)
9000 Gent
Belgium
Tel: +32 9 264.47.65
Fax: +32 9 264.49.95
Email: Mike.Nachtegael@rug.ac.be
HomePage: http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~mnachteg
HomePage Research Unit: http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~ekerre
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