Friday, October 12, 2007

Vision for Cognitive Systems Conference

ICVS 2008 is the 6th International Conference dedicated in advanced research on Computer Vision Systems. In the past years, through the advances in microelectronics and digital technology, cameras became a widespread media. This boosted the development of new and fast computer vision systems. To further encourage the research in this area this conference aims to gather researchers and developers from academic fields and industries worldwide to explore the state-of-the-art. The program committee invites you to attend the conference, which will be held in the sunlit island of Santorini, and submit papers in all aspects of computer vision systems including, but not limited to:
Computer vision from a system perspective: paradigms, applications, architectures, integration and control.
Cognitive vision techniques for recognition and categorization, knowledge representation, learning, reasoning, goal specification and context awareness.
Methods and metrics for performance evaluation and benchmarking
Besides the main conference program, workshops and tutorial will allow practitioners building computer vision systems to exchange knowledge and ideas. The Proceedings of the ICVS 2008 conference will be published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.

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