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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: International Workshop on Combinatorial Image Analysis IWCIA'08

http://www.cs.fredonia.edu/iwcia08

SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

12th International Workshop on Combinatorial Image Analysis (IWCIA'08)
Buffalo, NY, USA, April 7-9, 2008

SEE      http://www.cs.fredonia.edu/iwcia08
FOR FURTHER NEWS AND DETAILS

IMPORTANT DATES:
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Paper submission due:           October  10, 2007
Acceptance notification:        November 10, 2007
Camera ready papers due:        December  5, 2007
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IWCIA'08 is the twelfth of a series of international meetings on
combinatorial image analysis. Previous meetings were held in Paris
(France) 1991, Ube (Japan) 1992, Washington DC (USA) 1994, Lyon (France)
1995, Hiroshima (Japan) 1997, Madras (India) 1999, Caen (France, 2000),
Philadelphia (USA, 2001), Palermo (Italy, 2003), Auckland (New Zealand,
2004) and Berlin (Germany, 2006).

INVITED SPEAKERS:
- Dr. Herbert A. Hauptman, Nobel Laureate, President of the
Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
- Prof. Jake K. Aggarwal, Director of the Computer and Vision Research
Center, University of Texas at Austin
- Prof. Polina Golland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Prof. Arie E. Kaufman, Distinguished Professor, Director of the Center
of Visual Computing, SUNY Stony Brook
- Prof. Gabor T. Herman, Distinguished Professor, Graduate Center, the City
University of New York

PUBLICATION:
The proceedings will be published by Springer's "Lecture Notes in Computer
Science." The proceedings of the Special Track on Applications are planned
to be published by Taylor and Francis (Balkema).

SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES DEVOTED TO IWCIA'08:
- Pattern Recognition (Elsevier)
- International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology (Wiley)

TOPICS (REMINDER):
- Combinatorial problems in the discrete plane and space related to image
analysis; lattice polygons and polytopes
- Discrete/combinatorial geometry and topology and their use in image
analysis
- Digital geometry of curves and surfaces
- Tilings and patterns; combinatorial pattern matching
- Image representation, segmentation, grouping, and reconstruction
- Methods for image compression
- Discrete tomography
- Applications of integer programming, linear programming, and
computational geometry to problems of image analysis
- Parallel architectures and algorithms for image analysis
- Fuzzy and stochastic image analysis
- Grammars and models for image or scene analysis and recognition;
cellular automata
- Mathematical morphology and its applications to image analysis
- Applications in medical imaging, biometrics, and others

SOCIAL PROGRAM:
Tour to Niagara Falls, visit to Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and others.