CVPRIP'2000

Frank Hoffmann (fhoffman@cs.berkeley.edu)
Thu, 1 Jul 1999 15:03:00 +0200 (MET DST)

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From: "Joseph S. Tate" <jst@ee.duke.edu>
Subject: cvprip 2000

CVPRIP'2000

International Conference on Computer Vision,
Pattern Recognition and Image Processing

in conjunction with
Fifth Joint Conference On Information Sciences (JCIS2000)
http://www.ee.duke.edu/JCIS/
Feb. 27 - Mar. 3, 2000, Atlantic City

Honorary Chair:
Thomas S. Huang, U. of Illinois, USA
Chair:
Heng-Da Cheng, Utah State U., USA
Program Committee:
Sergey Ablameyko, Belarusian Academy of Sciences, Belorussia
Mitra Basu, City College of NY, USA
Terry Caelli, Curtin U. of Technology, Australia
Shoupu Chen, Kodak Company, USA
Atul K. Chhabra, Bell Atlantic Network Systems, USA
Carlo Colombo, U. di Firenze, Italy
Bruce Flinchbaugh, Texas Instruments, USA
Huadong Guo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Michal Haindl, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
Robert M Haralick, U. of Washington, USA
Nahum Kiryati, U. of Technion, Israel
Adam Krzyzak, Concordia U., Canada
Hsi-Jian Lee, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Zhibin Lei, Bell Laboratories, USA
Ales Leonardis, U. of Ljubljana, Slovinia
Ching-Chung Li, U. of Pittsburgh, USA
Xiaobo Li, U. of Alberta, Canada
Mark Liao, Academic Sinica, Taiwan
Wei-Chung Lin, Northwestern U, USA
Song-De Ma, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Cettina Maccarone, IFCAI/CNR, Italy
Pavel Pudil, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
Gabriella Sanniti di Baja, CNR, Italy.
Frank Y. Shih, New Jersy Ins. of Technology, USA
Hung-tat Tsui, Chinese U. of Hong Kong, China
Ventzelav Valev, U. of Iowa, USA
Albert M. Vossepoel, Delft U. of Technology, Netherlands
Andrew K. C. Wong, Waterloo U., Canada
Edward Wong, Polytechnic U., USA
Enhua Wu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; U. of Macau
Hong Yan, U. of Sydney, Australia
Shan Yu, INRIA, France
Bing Zhang, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Japan

Papers are invited for, but not limited to the following areas:

1.Algorithms:
Image enhancement, segmentation, filtering, restoration, texture,
analysis, understanding, compression, color image processing,
etc.
Feature Extraction, Feature Selection, statistical approach,
syntactic approach, clustering, data mining, etc.
Motion, Stereo vision, physics-based vision, CAD-based vision,
target/object recognition, etc.
Fuzzy Logic, Neural Network, Genetic Algorithm, Wavelet, fractal,
morphology to CVPRIP.
2.Architectures: VLSI and application-driven architectures for CVPRIP.
3.Applications: Applying CPPRIP to medical science, industry,
finance, environment, agriculture, transportation, nature
resouces, document processing, data mining, etc.

Authors should submit a summary for each paper. The summary shall not
exceed 4 pages of 10 point font, double-column, single spaced text
with figures, tables and references. Otherwise, additional page charge
will be imposed.

In addition to the summary, authors should provide a cover page to indicate:

Areas (As indicated above)
Originality
Contact Author (Name, Address, Telephone, Fax and E-mail)

All paper submissions should be sent to:

H. D. Cheng
Dept. of Computer Science
Utah State University
Logan, UT84322-4205
USA

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Selected papers will be published in
Information Sciences, An International Journal.

Important Dates:

Sept. 1, 1999
Paper summary due.
Nov. 1, 1999
Notification to authors.
Dec. 1, 1999
Camera-ready summary papers due.
Dec. 1, 1999
US$180.00 check deposit due.

The check should be made out to AIM (Association for Intelligent
Machinery) and sent to JCIS 2000, Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Duke University, P.O. Box 90291, Durham, NC
27708-0291, USA.

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