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Pradeep Atrey <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 11 Feb 2013 14:31:57 -0500
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3rd IEEE International Workshop on 
Advances in Automated Multimedia Surveillance for Public Safety (AAMS-PS 2013)
in conjunction with 
IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME) 2013
July 15-19, 2013: San Jose, California

Automated multimedia surveillance systems utilize different tools and techniques in capturing, processing and analyzing multimedia data coming from heterogeneous sensors. These systems are often designed to support (semi-) automatic decision making, such as generating an alarm in response to a surveillance event, as well as to provide useful information to human decision makers for ensuring public safety. Many researchers in industry and academia are working on various aspects of automated surveillance - automatic analysis of media streams, real-time processing, event detection, system architecture, quality evaluation and so on, while some work on finding a balance between the human and system involvement in automated surveillance systems.

This is the third edition of this workshop (after the first successful AAMS-PS’11 in Barcelona and AAMS-PS’12 in Melbourne) and it aims to report on the further developments in various aspects of automated surveillance, more specifically to the state-of-the-art techniques, methodologies and systems for protecting people and ensuring their safety. We seek high quality papers that were not published elsewhere and have scientific values. Some topics of interest include, but not limited to the following:

* Automatic event detection based on multi-sensor data
* Event handling and management
* Architectural support for real-time surveillance
* Mobile surveillance
* Quality of surveillance systems and information
* Multi-sensor fusion in surveillance
* Advances in military surveillance for public safety applications
* Automatic decision making strategies in critical surveillance scenarios
* Crowd-supported surveillance
* Alert-response management
* Risk assessment and handling of automated surveillance
* Privacy and ethical issues in automated surveillance

Paper Submission: 			March 7, 2013
Paper Acceptance Notification: April 15, 2013
Camera-Ready Paper: 		April 30, 2013

Organizing chairs:
M. Anwar Hossain, King Saud University, KSA
Pradeep K. Atrey, University of Winnipeg, Canada
Senem Velipasalar, Syracuse University, NY, USA

Paper Submission guidelines: Full-length papers of 6 pages in length reporting on original research are solicited. Detailed submission instructions are available at:


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