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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: CORES 07 Computer Recognized Systems

http://cores.pwr.wroc.pl

 The 5th International Conference CORES 07
                            Computer Recognized Systems
                                   Call for Paper
                               http://cores.pwr.wroc.pl
                          October 22-25 2007, Wroclaw, Poland
*****************************************************************************************

The CORES 2007 Conference aims to bring together researches and to provide an international 
forum for the sharing, exchange, presentation and discussion of original research results 
in both methodological issues and different application areas of pattern recognition. 
The conference covers all topics in pattern recognition including:
* Classification and interpretation of text, video, voice
* Statistical, soft and structural methods of pattern recognition
* Image processing, analysis and interpretation
* Features extraction and selection
* Machine learning
* Trends and relations recognition and analysis
* Data and Web mining
* Machine-oriented knowledge representation and inference methods
* Knowledge-based decision support systems
* Advanced signal processing methods
* Special hardware architecture
* Applications
The list is not exhaustive. Papers on all aspects of pattern recognition, 
image processing and data interpretation are welcome. 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Chairman
Juliusz Lech Kulikowski, Poland

Local Chairman
Marek Kurzynski, Poland

Members
Sergey Ablameyko, Belarus 
Mayer Aladjem, Israel 
Horst Bischof, Austria 
Leon Bobrowski, Poland 
Hans Burkhardt, Germany
Dmitry Chetverikov, Hungary 
Leszek Chmielewski, Poland
Ryszard Choras, Poland
Luigi Cordella, Italy 
Wlodzisaw Duch, Poland
Robert Duin, Netherlands 
Mariusz Flasinski, Poland
Siegfried Fuchs, Germany 
Igor Gourevitch, Russian Federation
Ewa Grabska, Poland
Wlodzimierz Greblicki, Poland
Laurent Heutte, France 
Zdzisaw Hippe, Poland
Vaclav Hlavac, Czech Republic
Wojciech Jedruch, Poland
Adam Jozwik , Poland
Janusz Kacprzyk, Poland
Andrzej Kasinski, Poland
Andrzej Kasprzak , Poland
Jozef Korbicz, Poland
Adam Krzyzak, Canada 
Ludmila Kuncheva, United Kingom 
Jacek Leski, Poland
Witold Malina , Poland
Jerzy Moczko , Poland
Wojciech Mokrzycki, Poland
Heinrich Niemann, Germany  
Petra Perner, Germany 
Maria Petrou, United Kigdom 
Jan Piecha, Poland
Matti Pietikainen, Finland 
Ewa Pietka, Poland
Edward Puchala, Poland
Pavel Pudil, Czech Republic
Sarunas Raudys, Lithuania 
Danuta Rutkowska, Poland
Leszek Rutkowski, Poland
Alberto Sanfeliu, Spain 
Gabriella Sanniti di Baja, Italy 
Sameer Singh, United Kingdom 
Roman Slowinski, Poland
Jan Stefan, Czech Republic
Piotr S. Szczepaniak, Poland
Ryszard Tadeusiewicz, Poland
Ewaryst Tkacz, Poland
Karl Tombre, France 
Ventislav Valev, Bulgaria 
Taras Vintsiuk, Ukraine 
Konrad Wojciechowski, Poland

Venue
Wroclaw is an excellent example of a multicultural metropolis situated at the interface of ethnically 
diverse areas. For a greater part of the city's history, German was the dominant language in Wroclaw (Wroclaw). 
However, for several generations the city was home to the Korn publishing house, which printed many books in Polish 
(250 titles between 1732 and 1790). Here the German playwright Karl Holtei staged a play about the Polish national 
hero Tadeus Kosciusko in 1826. The Czechs have also played an important role in the city's 
history (in 1335- 1526 Wroclaw belonged to the Kingdom of Bohemia). As late as 1719, the great sculptor 
Johann Georg Urbanski of Bohemia was given the key to the city. 
Multiculturalism again left a very deep impression on the city's character after the Second World War, when the 
city's German population was largely replaced by people arriving from various regions of Poland, including those 
resettled from the eastern provinces of Poland taken over by the Soviet Union. In particular, many former citizens 
of Vilnius and Lvov settled here. With them came the great library collection of the Ossoliski 
(Ossolinski) Institution from Lvov, which found a new location in the magnificent Baroque edifice of the 
former monastery of the Red Star Knights of the Cross. Two other works of unique significance for Polish culture 
were transferred from Lvov: the statue of the leading Polish comic dramatist, Count Aleksander Fredro, and 
the Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice, a monumental painting representing the victorious battle with 
the Russian forces fought by Tadeus Kosciusko on 4 April 1794, one of only several paintings of
this kind to have survived in Europe until the present. It took over 35 years before it was possible to show the Panorama
to the public, but today it is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. 

For more information about Wroclaw please vivit Web page http://www.wroclaw.pl/ms/english/

The Tumski Hotel*** started to serve its Guests in 2000. It distinguishes from the nearest surroundings with its 
discreet charm and elegance of its renovated colours. Thanks to the professionalism of Hotels personnel our Guests 
feel at home and they come back driven by the sentimental attachment they have to this place. 

For further details please visit Web page http://www.hotel-tumski.com.pl


Important dates
* Submission of papers: May 13, 2007
* Notification of acceptance: May 28, 2007
* Submission of camera-ready papers: June 11, 2007
* Payment deadline: June 11, 2007
* Conference date: October 22-25, 2007

Information for Authors
Papers must be written in English. Only original, unpublished papers are invited. 
Authors should submit an electronic version of papers as pdf files by paper submission system (see CORES WebPage) 
before May 13, 2007. 
All submitted papers will be reviewed on the basis of technical quality, relevance, originality, significance and clarity. 
After the notification of acceptance (May 28, 2007), authors will be allowed to make a correction in accordance with 
the suggestions of the reviewers and submit final camera-ready papers before June 4, 2007. 
The conference proceedings will be published in one of the Springer-Verlag series and distributed among the participants during the conference. 
The maximum length of the paper is 8 pages. 
The only allowed format of final-camera ready papers is Springer Latex style. 
Manuscript guidelines and templates will be available at CORES WebPage. 

Payment
Registration fee is equal to 600 EUR. For participants from Poland the registration fee is 1800 PLN. 
IAPR members have 5% discount. 
The conference fee includes: 
* Attendance to all sessions of CORES07; 
* Full board room accommodation at the Tumski Hotel from October 22 till October  25; 
* Conference kit, including the conference proceedings published in the Springer-Verlag series; 
* Social events (Sight-seeing tour, banquet, ...);
* Coffee/refreshments during coffee breaks. 

For each accepted paper, at least one author must register for the CORES 2007  with the FULL Conference fee. 

Organizers
Chair of Systems and Computer Networks, Faculty of Electronics, Wrocaw University of Technology 
http://www.kssk.pwr.wroc.pl

Polish Association for Image Processing 
http://www.tpo.org.pl


Contact
CORES 2007
Chair of Systems and Computer Networks 
Faculty of Electronics
Wrocaw University of Technology
Wybrzee Wyspiaskiego 27
50-370 Wrocaw, Poland
mail:	cores@pwr.wroc.pl
voice:   +48 71 320 29 72 or +48 71 320 35 39
fax:      +48 71 320 29 72

Web Page:  http://cores.pwr.wroc.pl