2nd IEEE international workshop on Large-Scale Video Search and Mining (LSVSM’13)
Syndey, Australia, In conjunction with IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV 2013)

Important Dates
Submissions deadline: September 07 (23:59 PDT)
Author notification: October 01
Camera-ready papers: October 12 (23:59 PDT)
Workshop: December 07

Junsong Yuan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

John Smith, IBM, USA

Shih-Fu Chang, Columbia University, USA

Call for Papers
This workshop calls for original, high-quality submissions of papers and demo systems on the following key topics, but not limited to:


·        Video representation and feature descriptors

Video representation framework

Spatio-temporal local features

Visual saliency and motion analysis

Multimodal features


·        Video analytics and mining

Video event detection and recounting

Semantic analysis of activities and events in the wild

Cross-domain event learning and recognition

Normalcy pattern discovery and abnormal event detection

Incremental and online video event learning

Ontology for video semantic modeling and search


·        Large-scale video indexing and search

Near-duplicate image and video detection

Content-based video retrieval

Object/instance search in video

Hashing and indexing

Interactive video search and refinement


·        Video search visualization and browsing

Applications and Evaluation

Unconstrained video analysis (Web, Consumer, etc)

Social video analysis and topic mining

Video surveillance

Video advertisement

Mobile visual search

Benchmark datasets


Submission Procedure
Paper submission will take place through the workshop CMT site, located at the following URL:

Submission formatting instructions are the same as the main ICCV conference, with the only difference being that a maximum number of 4 pages per paper applies in this case. The relevant LaTeX/Word templates can be downloaded from the ICCV website at the following link: http://www.pamitc.org/iccv13/files/iccv2013AuthorKit.zip


Manuscript should be in the ICCV format. Latex/Word templates can be found at http://www.iccv2013.org/author_guidelines.php

Paper accepted for the workshop will be allocated 6~8 pages in the ICCV 2013 proceedings

Authors should submit papers in pdf format (maximum file size 10MB)

Supplementary materials can be in jpg, pdf or avi format (maximum file size 10MB).


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