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2nd CFP: Subspace2007 (Workshop with ACCV)

Second Call for Papers

Workshop on ACCV2007 Subspace2007
Tokyo, Japan, November 19, 2007

We changed ``Impotant dates'' to adopt other ACCV workshop.

Workshop goals:
Subspace methods such as CLAFIC are not only important theory for
solving many pattern recognition problems in computer vision, but also
they have been widely used as a practical methodology for a wide
variety of real applications. The goal of this workshop is to share
the prominent potential of subspace methods with researchers working
on various problems in computer vision, and encourage interactions
leading to further developments of subspace methods. The fundamental
theories of subspace methods and their applications in computer vision
will be discussed at the workshop.

Roberto Cipolla (University of Cambridge),
Kazuhiro Fukui (University of Tsukuba),
Hitoshi Sakano (NTT Data),
David Suter (Monash University)

Program committee:
Sang-Woon Kim (Myongi University),
Xi Li (University of Tsukuba),
Ken-ichi Maeda (Toshiba),
Atsuto Maki (Kyoto University),
Hiroshi Murase (Nagoya University),
Shree K. Nayar (Columbia University),
Erkki Oja (Helsinki University of Technology),
Shinichiro Omachi (Tohoku University),
Seiichi Uchida (Kyushu University),
Shinichi Sato (National Institute of Informatics),
Atsushi Sato (NEC),
Yoichi Sato (University of Tokyo),
Liwei Wang(Peking University)

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Theoretical foundations of subspace methods
- Theoretical extensions of subspace methods
- Related technology
- Applications: Object recognition, face recognition, gesture
recognition, character recognition, motion analysis, scene analysis,
robot vision, biometrics, anomaly (unusual) detection?data
visualization and other novel applications

Important dates:
- Deadline of submission August 31th, 2007
- Notification           September 15th, 2007
- Final camera ready     September 30th, 2007

Further information:
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