Call for Papers
Pacific-Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology is a symposium series which serves to provide a forum for presenting and exploring the newest research and development in image and video technology. The symposium will bring together the latest development in both the theoretical and practical aspects of image and video technology, artistic and consumer innovations. It invites researchers, artists, developers, educators, performers, and practitioners of image and video technology from the Pacific Rim and around the world.
High-quality contributions from prospective authors are solicited in all aspects of image and video technology including, but not limited to:
- Image/Video Coding and Transmission
- Image/video compression, error-resilient video coding, joint source/channel coding, low bit-rate video coding, video streaming over wireless/wired networks, etc.
- Image/Video Processing and Analysis
- Super‐resolution, image refinement, feature extraction, image segmentation, motion analysis, tracking, etc.
- Image/Video Storage, Retrieval, and Authentication
- Image/video index and retrieval, biometrics (face or fingerprint recognition), security and authentication, watermarking, etc.
- Image/Video Formation, Display, and Hardware
- Multispectral or time-of-flight image or video cameras, omni‐directional, panoramic, and multi-view camera design, 3D visualization hardware,
- Graphics, Visualization, and Pervasive Computing
- Interaction between graphics and vision, imagebased human‐computer interaction, image‐based virtual reality techniques, 3D video generation and editing, 3D visualization techniques and systems, etc.
- Scene Recognition and Understanding
- Feature extraction and clustering, object/event detection and recognition, image‐based mobile positioning, etc.
- Multiview Image/Video Coding and Processing
- Stereo and multi-viewpoint image processing, multi-view geometry, omni-directional and panoramic image processing, etc.
- Computer Vision Applications
- Video surveillance, visual inspections, intelligent transportation systems, SLAM and navigation, medical image analysis, etc.
All papers will be subject to a double-blind review process which will be carried out by at least two experienced researchers in the field. All accepted and presented papers will be published by Conference Publishing Service in a CDROM proceedings, and included in IEEE Xplore and CSDL (IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society are not sponsors of PSIVT'10).
Selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version to special issues in Journals.
Tutorial and Workshop proposals are also invited. Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Submission Deadline (extended to):
|July 5, 2010, 23:59(UTC+8), ***Note that the online paper submission system will open till July 5 2010. You can submit and update your papers until the system closes.
| Notification of Acceptance:
|August 15, 2010
|September 5, 2010
|September 5, 2010
|Early Bird Registration:
|September 30, 2010