FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
MVA2002: IAPR Workshop on Machine Vision Applications
December 11 - 13, 2002
Nara-ken New Public Hall, Nara, Japan
The eighth IAPR Workshop on Machine Vision Applications will be held
from December 11 to 13, 2002 at the Nara-ken New Public Hall, Nara
-one of the world Heritage Cities-, Japan. The workshop is
co-sponsored by the IAPR MVA Organizing Committee and Nara Institute
of Science and Technology. The purpose of the workshop is to bring
together researchers and practitioners from both academia and
industry, and to exchange their knowledge and stimulate each other
through intensive discussions mainly on (but not limited to) the
following research topics.
Main Topic: Machine Vision and its Applications
Feature Extraction, Range Data and 3D Analysis, Motion and/or Image
Sequence Analysis, Neural Network Applications, Color Image Analysis,
and related technologies
Intelligent Sensors, VLSI Image Processor Chips, Massively Parallel
Processing, Architectures for 3D and/or Motion Processing, Image
Processing Systems, Software Environment for Image Processor, and
Factory Automation: Inspection, Diagnosis, Assembly, Mobile Robots,
and related technologies
Intelligent Transport Systems: Traffic Monitoring, Traffic Control,
Driving Safety Assistance, Electric Toll Collection
Multimedia: Image Retrieval, Drawing Processing, Multimedia Database, Virtual Reality
Medical: Medical Examination Assistance, Remote Medicine, 2D/3D Computer Tomography
Geographic Information System: Map Processing, 3D Reconstruction from Photographs or Maps
Human Computer Interaction: Face Recognition, Gesture Recognition, Multi-modal Interface
Wearable Computing: Wearable Image I/O, Personal Imaging, Augmented/Mixed Reality, Human Interface
Security: Surveillance, Alarm System, Biometrics, Personal Identification
Others: Civil and Construction Engineering, Agriculture/ Forestry / Fishery, Other applications
The workshop will include about 100 papers for oral and poster
presentations on the above topics. All presentations will be made in
English. Those who wish to present a paper are requested to submit
four copies of an extended abstract of 500-1000 words with at least
one main figure by June 10, 2002 to
Prof. Katsushi Ikeuchi
Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo
Komaba 4-6-1, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8505, Japan
The abstract should contain the following on the first page.
- Title of the paper
- Name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s)
- Name and address of the person to be contacted, and also his/her
phone/fax number(s) and E-mail address if available
- Answers to the following questions:
a) What is the original contribution of this work?
b) Why should this contribution be considered important?
The paper must be submitted no later than
||June 10, 2002.
Acceptance of the paper will be notified by
August 10, 2002.
Final camera-ready papers are due on
October 11, 2002.