- Number of registrartion
221 (77 from 29 countries + 144 from Japan)
- Statistics on papers
Submission number: 208 from 29 countries
Accepted number: 144 (oral 36, Poster 108 )
Accepted rate: 0.69
Most Influential Paper over the Decade Award from IAPR Workshop
on Machine Vision Applications 2000 (three papers):
Keisuke Matsumoto, Satoshi Sudo, Hideo Saito, and Shinji Ozawa
"Optimized Camera Viewpoint Determination System for Soccer Game
Luis Alvarez, Rachid Deriche, Javier Sánchez, and Joachim Weickert
"Dense Disparity Map Estimation Respecting Image Discontinuities:
A PDE and Scale-Space Based Approach"
Sing Bing Kang "Radial Distortion Snakes"
Best Paper Award:
Frank Perbet and Atsuto Maki (UK)
"Homogenous Superpixels from Random Walks"
Best Application Paper Award(two papers):
Hernan Badino and Takeo Kanade (USA)
"A Head-Wearable Short-Baseline Stereo System for the Simultaneous
Estimation of Structure and Motion"
Takashi Shibata, Akihiko Iketani, and Shuji Senda (Japan)
"Fast and Structure-preserving Inpainting Based on Probabilistic
Best Poster Award:
Yasuhiro Ohkawa, Chendra Hadi Suryanto, and Kazuhiro Fukui (Japan)
"Fast Combined Separability Filter for Detecting Circular Objects"
On June 14, we have exhibitions from the following companies:
- Raytrix (Japanese distributor: ARGO): 4D lightfield cameras
- Viewplus: Micro lens array systems
- Nikon: Confocal Microscopes
- NEC: World's first retina display
- Microvision: Micro video projectors
- The nine papers in Award Candidate Session 1 and 2 have been selected from
all of the papers submitted to MVA2011 by rigorous anonymous review. Among
the nine papers, MVA2011 Best Paper Award and MVA2011 Best Application Paper
Award will be selected by MVA2011 Award Committee Members based on both the
technical content and the oral presentation of each paper. The winners will
be announced and commended at the conference banquet.
- The Best Poster Award is given to the best poster presenter.
Award selection is based on votes by all participants.
The winner will be announced and commended at the conference closing.
April 15, 2011: Information for Presentation; UPDATED.
April 15, 2011: Advance Program and Call for Participation; UPDATED.
April 6, 2011: Announcement by Keiji Yamada, MVA2011 General Chair
For these reasons, we intend to hold the conference as originally planned.
- 1. Nara, where the conference is planned to take place, is far removed
from the earthquake-stricken northeast Japan and Fukushima nuclear
power plant accident, and has not been affected neither by the quake
or the radioactivity.
- 2. Airports and other transportations are operating normally; there is no
difficulty coming to the conference.
- 3. International organizations such as the WHO have not issued any
restrictions on travel to Japan outside the disaster-stricken area.
We ask the authors whose papers have been accepted to register and
submit the camera-ready papers by the presenter registration deadline
However, if it becomes impossible for the author to travel to Nara in June
because of such reasons as a ban by his/her affiliation or state, we will
waive the presentation at the conference if the author notifies us his/her
absence and its reasons. Please wait untill one month before the conference
before determining if such a ban is in effect at the time of the conference.
Also, in the unlikely event of cancellation of the conference because of yet
another disaster, the proceedings will be published so that authorsf
scientific contributions remain on record.
Keiji Yamada, MVA2011 General Chair