Graphics, Vision and Image Processing Conference (GVIP 2005)

Venue: Cairo International Conference Center

Location: Cairo, Cairo, Egypt

Event Date/Time: Dec 19, 2005 End Date/Time: Dec 19, 2005
Registration Date: Jun 15, 2005
Early Registration Date: Jun 15, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: Jun 15, 2005
Paper Submission Date: Jun 15, 2005
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Description

The International conference on Graphics, Vision and Image Processing GVIP 2005 emphasizes on efficient and effective graphics, vision and image technologies, and provides a central forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and vendors from different disciplines to exchange ideas, identify problems, investigate relevant issues, share common interests, explore new approaches, and initiate possible collaborative research and system development. The GVIP 2005 significantly benefits a wide variety of academic and industrial sectors.
The coverage includes:

The GVIP 2005 focuses on theoretical and experimental graphics, vision and image processing techniques, in particular:

* Image analysis and scene understanding
* Scene analysis, modelling, and understanding
* Pattern matching and pattern recognition
* Image synthesis, including 3D imaging and solid modeling
* Mathematical approaches to image processing, analysis, and synthesis
* Image models and transforms
* Visualization and graphical data presentation
* Diagrammatic knowledge representation and reasoning
* Monocular and stereo vision
* Modelling of human visual perception
* Biomimetic Vision
* Innovative uses of various graphic and vision devices and systems
* Automated analysis of video sequences
* Mosaic and frames registration
* Perceptual interfaces for immersive activities
* Activity Recognition
* Graph-based approach merging local and global registrations
* Automatic extraction of 3D building models from multiple images and other data
* Computational models of the human visual system
* Early vision
* Data structures and representations needed for high-level vision
* Shape representation and extraction
* Range data analysis
* Use of motion for recognition and interpretation
* Architectures and languages for image processing
* Multimodal and multisensor models of image formation
* Motion analysis, visual navigation and active vision
* Geometrical and structural models of objects and scenes
* Fractal and chaos theory in image analysis
* Modelling of human visual perception and mental imagery
* Structure reconstruction, 3D imaging and image synthesis
* Infrared, laser, sonar etc. imaging
* Visualization and graphical data presentation
* Virtual reality and pictorial interaction
* Pictorial data bases and archiving
* Computational geometry
* Computer-aided graphic design, arts and animation
* Industrial, medical and other applications
* Video surveillance and monitoring
* Rapid and affordable generation of terrain and detailed urban feature data
* 3D site modelling
* Aerial images and finding regions as an aid in building extraction
* Methods for detection and tracking of moving objects

Specific Topics:

Industrial inspection problems

* Detect of product defects
* Calibrate and control of manufacturing process
* Optimise the use of resources visually

Security and Surveillance

* Search of image databases and video libraries by content
* Efficient compression techniques of images and video data
* Recognise and register specific and generic objects
* Model and identify gestures, actions and behaviours
* Perform biometric measurements

Machine Vision for Medicine

* 3D visualisation
* 3D texture analysis
* 3D and 2D image registration
* Virtual object manipulation
Machine Vision for Entertainment

* Creation of multiview scenes
* Generation of realistic models of objects
* High definition television and digital video broadcasting
* Computer games, animation, and digital actors
* Video telephony and multimedia based communication

Robotic Vision

* Visual self localization
* Visual Guide tracking
* Pursuing persons

Space and Astronomical Applications

* High resolution image processing
* Analysis of large scale aerospace images

Machine Vision for the Environment

* Environmental quality and pollution detection

While the emphasis is on the publication of original research papers, position papers expressing stimulating viewpoints and philosophies, survey papers, and bibliographies are also published. Submitted papers are evaluated by the editors and those judged as presenting potentially significant research contributions within the scope of the GVIP are formally reviewed. Suitability for publication is based on relevance to the overall GVIP goals, originality, technical quality, importance, scientific contribution, and readability.

The English is the main working language of the conference.
GVIP 2005 steering committee:

* GVIP 2005 steering committee

ICGST steering committee:

* ICGST general committee

German Session/Deutsche Sitzung:

In dieser Sitzung halten die Kolleginnen/Kollegen die Vortr├Ąge auf Deutsch.

Important Dates:

*
Full paper Due. 15 June 2005
*
Notification of Acceptance. 15 August 2005
*
Final Manuscript and registration Due. 15 September 2005

Fee:

* Full registration 330 Euro
* Students 170 Euro

Instructions and Templates:
General templates and the referee'S report of GVIP 2005,

* pdf template (gvip.pdf),
* word template (gvip.doc)
* LaTex template and TeXnicCenter project (gvip.zip)
* Referee's Report (GVIP referee's report)

Prospective authors should submit an electronic copy of their complete manuscript by email to the editor at gvip2005@icgst.com, according to the mentioned timetable.

Accommodation:

* Guide to Cairo Hotels
* Sonesta Egypt Cairo (Nasr City - Cairo)
* Baron (Heliopolis - Cairo)
* Meridian
* Moevenpick

Venue

Nasr City Cairo
Cairo
Cairo
Egypt
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