Sixth International Symposium on Computer Vision and the Internet Call for Papers

Sixth International Symposium on Computer Vision and the Internet

Co-affiliated with Third International Conference on Computing and
Network Communications (CoCoNet'19)
December 18-21, 2019, Trivandrum, Kerala, India

Paper Submission Deadline: September 25, 2019
EDAS Submission Link:
Call For Papers:

The Internet has become an increasingly important tool for computer
vision research. VisionNet'19 aims to bring together leading
researchers to take stock of the state of the art, identify key
challenges, and propose new directions. The symposium is co-affiliated
with the Third International Conference on Computing and Network
Communications (CoCoNet'19). The symposium will be held in Trivandrum,
Kerala, India during December 18-21, 2019. Kerala renowned as the
"Gods own Country", situated in the southwestern tip of India,
bestowed with unique geographical features that have made it one of
the most attractive tourist destinations in India.

All accepted papers will be published by Elsevier as a special issue
in the open-access Procedia Computer Science journal. Procedia
Computer Science (H-Index: 47) is hosted on Elsevier Content platform
ScienceDirect and will be freely available worldwide. The Procedia CS
is indexed by Scopus and Conference Proceeding Citation Index.

High-quality papers that at the time of submission are not under
review or have not already been published or accepted for publication
elsewhere are solicited.

The specific topic areas of interest include, but are not limited to,
the following:

-- 3D Modeling
-- 3D Scene Analysis
-- Aging Pattern Analysis
-- Augmented Reality
-- Big Data and Vision Applications
-- Binary Codes for Large Scale Computer Vision
-- Biomedical Image Analysis
-- Computational Video
-- Computer Vision and Privacy
-- Compact Hashing for Large-Scale Visual Search
-- Classification and Clustering Techniques
-- Computer Vision in Vehicle Technology
-- Computer Vision for UAVs
-- Cognitive and Biologically Inspired Vision
-- Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing
-- Deep-learning and Feature Learning
-- Deep Fragment Embedding
-- Discrete-Continuous Optimization
-- Duplicate Discovery
-- Event and Human Activity Recognition
-- Evolutionary Deep Intelligence
-- Extracting Audio from Visual Information
-- Facial Personality Analytics
-- Geospatial Context for Computer Vision
-- Heterogeneous Feature Tracking
-- Image and Video Analysis
-- Image Categorization
-- Image Enhancement and Restoration
-- Image Filtering and Hybrid Images
-- Indexing Algorithms and Data Structures
-- Intelligent Visual Internet of Things (IoT)
-- Joint Image and Text Modelling
-- Keyword Based Image Search
-- Large Scale Image Retrieval
-- Learning from Incomplete Image Tags
-- Low level vision
-- Machine Learning Technologies for Vision
-- Mid-level Patch Discovery
-- Modeling, Reconstruction, and Visualization
-- Motion Tracking and Stereo Vision
-- Multiresolution Techniques
-- Multi-Label Learning
-- Multimodal Sentiment Analysis
-- Multisensor Data Fusion
-- Natural User Interfaces
-- Object and Face Recognition
-- Optimization Methods for Computer Vision
-- Rich Advertising
-- Scene Understanding
-- Segmentation and Grouping
-- Semantic Analysis of Images and Videos
-- Sensors and Early Vision
-- Signal Processing for Computer Vision
-- Smart Video Surveillance and Video Analytics
-- Stochastic Models
-- Understanding Human Motion
-- Visual Analysis in Social Networking
-- Visual Commerce
-- Visual Intelligence in Industry 4.0
-- Visual Models and Feature Representations
-- Visual Vibrometry
-- Web Services for Evaluating and Federating Vision Algorithms
-- Web-Scale Computer Vision

Authors should submit their papers online. We use EDAS system for
submission of papers and review process. Maximum size limits of a
paper submitted in CoCoNet'19 is 10 pages in single-column Procedia CS
style. Authors MUST use Procedia CS template for submitting their
papers. All papers that conform to submission guidelines will be
peer-reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or
research content/depth, correctness, relevance to conference,
contributions, and readability. Authors will be notified of the
outcome of the review process which includes the anonymous suggestions
and recommendations of the reviewers. Authors of accepted papers will
be given a minimum of 30 days time to revise their papers based on
reviewers' comments.

Important Dates
Submission Deadline: September 25, 2019
Acceptance Notification: October 20, 2019
Final Paper Deadline: November 20, 2019

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