ACM International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval - CIVR2007
The International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval (CIVR) series of conferences was originally set up to illuminate the state of the art in image and video retrieval between researchers and practitioners throughout the world.
ACM Interational Conference on Image and Video Retrieval - CIVR2007

Important Dates

Paper Submission: February 5, 2007
Notification of Acceptance: March 12, 2007
Camera-Ready Paper Due: April 9, 2007

Overview

Image and video storage and retrieval continues to be one of the most exciting and fastest-growing research areas in the field of multimedia technology. However, opportunities for the exchange of ideas between different groups of researchers, and between researchers and potential users of image/video retrieval systems, are still limited. The International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval (CIVR) series of conferences was originally set up to illuminate the state of the art in image and video retrieval between researchers and practitioners throughout the world. This conference aims to provide an international forum for the discussion of challenges in the fields of image and video retrieval. CIVR2007 is seeking original high quality submissions addressing innovative research in the broad field of image and video retrieval. A unique feature of the conference is the high level of participation from practitioners. Applications papers and presentations suitable for a wide audience are therefore particularly welcome.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:


    * Content-based indexing, search, and retrieval
    * Semantic-based indexing, search, and retrieval
    * Affect-based indexing, search, and retrieval
    * Advanced descriptors and similarity metrics
    * Learning and relevance feedback
    * 3D images and models
    * Ontologies for annotation and search
    * Fusion of multimedia
    * Image/video summarization and visualization
    * Multimodal human computer interaction
    * Evaluation of image and video retrieval systems
    * Studies of information-seeking behavior
    * Query models, paradigms, and languages
    * Database architectures for image/video retrieval
    * Novel image data management systems and applications
    * High performance image/video indexing algorithms
    * Image/video search and browsing on the Web
    * Retrieval from multimodal lifelogs
    * Applications in broadcast, web, cultural heritage, 
    * Satellite and(bio-)medical image and video collections

See www.civr2007.com for further information

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