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Hatice Gunes <[log in to unmask]>
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Hatice Gunes <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 2 Jun 2006 17:09:09 +1000
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>Dear Colleague,
>Having received several requests in this direction, we have decided to 
>extend the deadline for paper   submission to AVSS 2006 to:  >>> June 15, 
>2006 <<<. We encourage you to finalise and submit your papers!
>With Best Regards - The AVSS 2006 Organising Committee
>                                                  IEEE AVSS 2006
>            IEEE Int'l Conference on Advanced Video and Signal based 
> Surveillance 2006
>        Sydney, Australia, 22-24 November 2006 
> -
>                          Deadline Extension - Paper Submission: 15 June 2006
>Sponsored by:
>     The IEEE Computer Society
>     The IEEE CS Technical Committee on Pattern Analysis and Machine 
> Intelligence (PAMI-TC)
>IEEE AVSS 2006, the IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and 
>Signal based Surveillance 2006 to be held in Sydney, Australia, on 22-24 
>November 2006.
>AVSS is the IEEE conference series on video and signal based surveillance. 
>It welcomes contributions in traditional disciplines such as image 
>processing, video processing, signal processing, audio processing, pattern 
>recognition, and computer vision, but it also gives unique emphasis to 
>cross-disciplinary and visionary papers. AVSS targets participation from 
>the worlds of research, industry, and relevant government agencies, 
>offering them the opportunity to meet and foster collaboration. This 
>conference series was started in 1998 in Genoa. Following meetings held in 
>Kingston, UK, in 2001, Miami in 2003 and Como, Italy, in 2005 have seen 
>increasing levels of participation and have established AVSS as a forum of 
>reference for the field. AVSS 2006 will be held in Sydney, a beautiful and 
>vibrant city boasting one of the most spectacular harbours in the world. 
>The month of November typically enjoys pleasant, warm weather with average 
>maximum temperatures around 24-25 C.
>High-quality contributions are sought on underlying theory, methods, 
>systems, and applications. The list of topics of interest includes, but is 
>not limited to:
>* Object-background segmentation
>* Motion detection and object tracking
>* Object classification and recognition
>* Gesture and action recognition
>* Activity monitoring
>* Interaction modelling
>* Behaviour analysis
>* Video analysis and event recognition
>* Threat assessment
>* Face detection and recognition
>* Multi-camera calibration
>* 3D vision for surveillance applications
>* Pattern recognition for surveillance applications
>* Statistical methods and learning
>* Heterogeneous sensor processing
>* Multi-sensor data fusion
>* Sensor networks for surveillance applications
>* Omnidirectional vision
>* Infrared imaging
>* Chemical/biological signal processing
>* Audio surveillance
>* Performance evaluation of surveillance systems
>* Perceptual interfaces
>* Visualization tools for surveillance applications
>* Military applications
>* Civilian applications
>* Image and video archival and retrieval
>* Digital watermarking
>* Hardware and software architectures
>Important Dates
>Paper submission: >>> 15 June 2006 <<<
>Notification to authors: 1 August 2006
>Camera ready papers due: 31 August 2006
>Early registration: 31 August 2006
>Conference dates: 22-24 November 2006
>Paper Submission and Proceedings Publication
>Full length-papers between 4 and 6 A4 pages in length are solicited. 
>Detailed submission instructions are available on the conference website. 
>Each submission will be peer-reviewed in full length by at least two 
>experts. The conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer 
>Conference Website and Further Information

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