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The VIIIth International Workshop on Representation, analysis and recognition of shape and motion from Imaging data (RFMI 2019)
A. Srivastava (SSAMG, FSU, USA).
M. Hammami (FSS/MIRACL, Tunisia),
S. M’Hiri (ENSI/CRISTAL, Tunisia).
D. Huang (Beihang Univ., China)
H. Drira (CRIStAL, IMT Lille Douai, France)
Liaison with IAPR and Springer
B. Ben Amor (Inception Institute of Artificial Intelligence, UAE)
The VIIIth edition of the international workshop on Representations, analysis and recognition of shape and motion from Imaging data (RFMI 2019) will be held in Sidi Bou Said (located about twenty kilometers north-east of the capital Tunis) on December 11-13, 2019. The goal of the workshop is to promote interaction and collaboration among researchers working on static and dynamic shape analysis and their applications in computer vision, pattern recognition, computer graphics and animation, robotics, cultural heritage conservation, medical imaging, and healthcare diagnostics. The rapid development of emerging imaging sensors technologies (3D/4D cameras, medical imaging devices, depth-consumer cameras, 3D/4D microscopy, etc.) is pushing for new research directions to study imaged shapes as well as their motion for advanced modeling, statistical analysis, and behavior understanding. The perspective of the workshop will be to strengthen the relationship between the many areas that have as a key meet point, the study of shape and motion and the design of relevant geometric and computational tools. Thus, it will be a great opportunity to encourage links between researchers who share common problems and frequently use similar tools.
For full details on the scope and areas of interest, please visit: http://www.arts-pi.org.tn/rfmi2019/
Authors are invited to submit full-length papers (up to 15 pages and no less than 10 pages, including figures and references,) in Springer conference paper template (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0). All submissions should be in Adobe Acrobat according to the latex templates. All submitted papers will be subjected to a blind review process by at least three members of the program committee. The initial paper must not provide names and affiliation, and should include a title, a 150-word abstract, keywords and paper manuscript.
Papers should be submitted electronically at our website using the CMT platform: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/RFMI2019
Accepted papers will be published in in the Communications in Computer and Information Science series (CCIS) of Springer.
-Abstract registration : September 15, 2019
Paper submission : September 30th, 2019
Notification of acceptance : October 30th, 2019
Camera-ready : November 8st, 2019
Early registration : November 8st, 2019
Late registration : November 30th, 2019
On site registration : December 11th, 2019
Workshop: December 11-13, 2019
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