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CFP: Visual Communications and Image Processing '94 (VCIP '94)
 
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Aggelos Katsaggelos (aggk@delta.eecs.nwu.edu)
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CFP: Visual Communications and Image Processing '94 (VCIP '94)

ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

Visual Communications and Image Processing '94 (VCIP '94)
September 25-28, 1994, Bismark Hotel, Chicago, IL, USA

Cooperating Organizations:
IEEE Circuits and Systems Society
European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP)

Conference Chair:
Aggelos K. Katsaggelos, Northwestern Univ.

Europe Liaison:
Prof. Jan Biemond, Delft Univ. of Technology,
Department of Electrical Engineering, Biemond@et.tudelft.nl

Asia Liaison:
Dr. Toshi Koga, NEC Corp, Second Transmission Division
koga@trdv1.trd.tmg.nec.co.jp

Visual communications and image processing have become engineering
areas that attract interdisciplinary research interest and lead to
significant developments for technology and science. This conference
is designed as a forum for presenting important research results in
these fields. Original and unpublished material of novel techniques and
new developments is solicited on the following and related topics:

A. Visual Communications
still image coding -- video sequence coding -- model-based image coding
very low bit rate coding -- motion estimation for video coding
TV, HDTV and super HDTV -- packet video -- picture archiving and
communications systems -- parallel processing hardware -- special topics

B. Image Processing and Analysis
image filtering, enhancement, and restoration -- feature extraction
image segmentation -- object recognition -- biomedical image processing
VLSI implementation and system architectures -- morphological image
processing -- fractals and wavelets -- special topics

C. Image Sequence Analysis
motion analysis -- filtering, restoration, interpolation -- multiscale
image sequence analysis -- computer vision topics in image sequence
analysis -- special topics

Best Student Paper Awards
At this meeting, two awards will be presented to the best papers
submitted by students. To qualify for these awards, each consisting of
a cash prize and a plaque, the candidate must be the principal author.
A letter from the student's adviser stating that the major work was
done by the student must accompany the final manuscript in order to be
considered by the award committee.

SPIE gratefully acknowledges Lockheed Corp. and NEC Corp. for
their generous sponsorship of these awards.

Young Investigator Award
An award will be given for the best paper submitted by a young
researcher who has graduated within five years from the date of the
meeting. A letter from the researcher requesting that his/her paper be
considered must be submitted with the final manuscript, certifying
he/she meets the qualifications for the award.

SPIE gratefully acknowledges Industrial Technology Research Institute
(ITRI) for generously sponsoring this award.

SUBMISSION OF SUMMARIES:
Summary Due Date: 24 January 1994* Manuscript Due Date: 20June 1994+

*Late submissions may be considered, subject to program time
availability and chairs' approval. However, due to the significant
number of submissions, chairs and committee will give first preference
to summaries sent by the due date.

+Proceedings of this conference will be published before the meeting
and available at the symposium. Manuscript due date must be strictly
observed.

Your summary should include the following:
1. SUMMARY TITLE
2. AUTHOR LISTING (principal author first)
Full names and affiliations as they will appear in the program.
3. CORRESPONDENCE FOR EACH AUTHOR
Mailing address, telephone, telefax, e-mail address.
4. SUBMIT TO: Visual Communications and Image Processing '94
5. INDICATE: Letter of topic (A, B, or C) and subtopic
6. PRESENTATION
Please indicate your preference for either "Oral Presentation" or
"Poster Presentation".
7. SUMMARY TEXT 500 words.
8. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY (principal author only) 50 to 100 words.

To be considered for acceptance, you may either:
* send summary via electronic mail to Internet abstracts@mom.spie.org
(ASCII format);
* or fax one copy to SPIE at 206/647-1445;
* or mail four copies to SPIE to:
Visual Communications and Image Processing '94
SPIE, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, WA 98227-0010

Shipping address: SPIE, 1000 20th Street, Bellingham, WA 98225
SPIE contact: Rosa Cays, Coordinator, Technical Programs and Education
Phone: 206/676-3290; Telex 46-7053

Note from the editor: this announcement was shortened for inclusion
in the digest, please contact the organizers for the long version.
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