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Ichiro IDE <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 23 Nov 2010 19:40:37 +0900
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Dear ML members,
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The deadline for 

MVA2011 (12th IAPR Conference on Machine Vision Applications)

is approaching. Please find the CFP below.

MVA2011 Call for Papers

Dear colleagues,

The Twelfth IAPR Conference on Machine Vision Applications will 
be held at the Nara Centennial Hall, Nara, Japan, from June 13 
through 15, 2011. The conference is co-sponsored by the MVA 
Organization, IAPR TC-8, and Nara Institute of Science and

The conference will consist of oral and poster presentations. 
All presentations will be in English. Authors should submit 
a full paper up to four pages. The submission of the paper must
be made electronically. Detailed instructions are available 
on the MVA Organization web site:

If the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors must 
attend the conference to present the paper. All the presented 
papers are automatically nominated for Best Paper Award, Best 
Application Paper Award and Best Poster Award which have been 
newly established from this MVA2011. Selected papers will be 
recommended for submission to a special issue of IEICE Transaction.

Important dates:
Full Paper (4 pages) Submission Deadline:	December 15, 2010
Notification of Acceptance:			February 25, 2010
Camera Ready Manuscripts Deadline:	23:59 PST, March 25, 2010

At the conference, the following IAPR Invited talks are scheduled:

Prof. Nassir NAVAB (Technical University of Munich)
      "Model Guided Multimodal Imaging and Visualization for 
      Computer Assisted Interventions"
Prof. James M. REHG (Georgia Institute of Technology)
      "Behavior Imaging: Using Computer Vision to Study Autism"
Prof. Keiji SANEYOSHI (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
      "Stereo Vision System on Automobile for Collision Avoidance"

We welcome your contributions and submissions to this conference.
* Ichiro IDE			   [log in to unmask] / [log in to unmask]  *
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