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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: ICISP 2008 International Conference on Image and Signal Processing

Call For Papers
	Third International Conference on Image
	and Signal Processing (ICISP 2008)

		July 1-3, 2008
	Cherbourg-Octeville, Normandy, France

Following the two successful previous editions of ICISP (Agadir 2001,
Agadir 2003), the Universit de Caen Basse Normandie will organize the
next ICISP event in Cherbourg-Octeville, Normandy, France. ICISP aims
to provide researchers and practitioners from academia and industry with
a forum on the last developments in image and signal processing, multimedia
and computer graphics. The conference will also provide a unique opportunity
for sharing experiences from different backgrounds with the common interest in
advanced in the above-mentioned fields. The scientific program of ICISP 2008
will include presentation of invited plenary talks, special sessions as well
as posters and regular sessions with contributed research papers.


Paper submission                January 25th, 2008
Notification of acceptance      March   10th, 2008
Conference                      July 1th-3th, 2008

- Joachim Weickert (Saarland University - DE)
- David Tschumperl (GREYC, Image Team - FR)
- Godfried Toussaint (McGill University - CA)
- Driss Aboutajdine (Rabat University - MO)

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*  Image and video processing:
	image filtering, restoration and enhancement, image segmentation,
	video segmentation and tracking, morphological processing,
	feature extraction and analysis, interpolation and super-resolution,
	motion detection and estimation, computer vision, pattern recognition,
	content-based image retrieval.
* Signal Processing:
	spectral analysis, time-frequency and time-scale representation,
	statistical signal processing, filtering, detection and estimation,
	nonlinear signal processing, radar, antennas, telecommunications systems,
* Computer graphics:
	algorithms, visualization, animation, virtual reality.
* Applications:
	biomedical sciences, biometry, document image processing and authentication,
	other applications.


- Image mass data analysis
- Graph-based representations in pattern recognition
- Biomedical applications: Virtual slide acquisition and processing

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General Chairs
General Chairs
Abderrahim Elmoataz (FR), Universit de Caen Basse Normandie
Fathallah Nouboud (CAN), Universit du Qubec  Trois Rivires

Program Committee Chairs
Olivier Lzoray (FR), Universit de Caen Basse Normandie
Driss Mammass (MO), Universit Ibn Zohr
Paulette Herlin (FR), Universit de Caen Basse Normandie

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