[visionlist] SCIP Session@WILF2007

Alfredo Petrosino alfredo.petrosino at uniparthenope.it
Sat Jan 20 16:45:29 GMT 2007


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CALL  FOR  PAPERS

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Special Session of WILF2007 on
 
"Soft Computing in Image Processing"
 
HYPERLINK "http://wilf2007.disi.unige.it/"http://wilf2007.disi.unige.it/
 
Portofino Vetta - Ruta di Camogli, Genova (Italy) 
July  7-10, 2007

 

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SUBMISSION DEADLINE : March 3 2007

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SESSION  AIMS

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For over four decades, researchers in the area of image analysis 
have developed numerous methods and systems, many of which based 
on probabilistic paradigms, such as the well-known Bayesian decision 
rule and evidence-based decision-making systems. The main assumption 
is that physical laws are ruled by Aristotelic logic; in other words 
they arise from a crisp-world assumption. Anyway, this assumption is 
not always true in the physical world; as a matter of fact, crisp 
assumptions work for some problems, while they fails miserably whenever 
imprecision and accuracy are not following probabilistic rules.
 
The rise of several major seminal theories proposed in early 60 including 
fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, evolutionary computation, neural networks 
and their combination (the soft-computing paradigm in brief) are now leading

techniques, allows to incorporate imprecision and incomplete information, 
and to model very complex systems, making them a useful tool in many
scientific areas.
These new methods may become more effective and powerful in real-world 
applications and can offer viable and effective solutions to some of the 
most difficult problems in image and pattern analysis. 
 
The purpose of this special session is to demonstrate some recent successes 
in solving image analysis problems by soft computing techniques and
hopefully 
to motivate other image processing researchers to utilize this technology to

solve their real-world problems. It will cover a range of domains, from more

traditional ones such as image analysis at low, medium and high level,
including 
pattern recognition and all the topics inherent to computer vision, 
all treated by means of soft-computing techniques.
 
Topics include but are not limited to:
-Soft computing algorithms for denoising and restoration
-Soft computing techniques for pattern recognition
-Soft computing algorithms for digital image processing, coding and
encryption 
-Soft computing in computer vision 
-Soft computing algorithms for video content-based indexing and
retrieval 
-Soft multimedia data analysis and visualization: texture, color,
content, etc. 
-Applications, i.e. visual surveillance, face recognition, medical
imaging, remote sensing, etc.

 

 

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SUBMISSION  TO  THE SPECIAL  SESSION

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Manuscripts, prepared according to the Springer LNCS format 

(see Instructions for LNCS Authors of "Proceedings and Other Multiauthor
Volumes" 

downloadable at HYPERLINK
"http://www.springer.com/"http://www.springer.com/) may not be longer than 6
pages, 

including  a cover  sheet stating (1) Paper title, (2) Keyword(s), 

(3) Authors names and affiliations, (4) Contact Author's name  

and contact details including telephone/fax numbers and e-mail address, 

and (5) an Abstract (200 words).

 
The paper must be submitted by March 3 2007 using the submission system 
HYPERLINK
"http://wilf2007.disi.unige.it/openconf/openconf-wilf2007/index.php"http://w
ilf2007.disi.unige.it/openconf/openconf-wilf2007/index.php 
or sending directly the paper to the email address 
HYPERLINK
"mailto:alfredo.petrosino at uniparthenope.it"alfredo.petrosino at uniparthenope.i
t indicating in the subject "SCIP Session". 
 

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PROCEEDINGS 

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All papers will be blind peer-reviewed by at least two independent
reviewers. 
All accepted papers submitted by registered participants will be published 
in the Lecture Notes on Computer Science Series, Springer.  

 

A selection of papers will be peer reviewed for originality, technical
contents and relevance and will be considered for publication in a
special issue of an international journal about image processing and
computer vision we are planning. The expected publication date is mid of
2008.

 

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SESSION CHAIRS

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Isabelle Bloch, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, CNRS,
Dept TSI, France 
 
Alfredo Petrosino, Dept. of Applied Science, University of Naples
"Parthenope", Italy


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