International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics
The aim of this challenging scientific and training event is to be an international forum for scientific and technical training, presentations and discussions on latest advances in Computer Vision and Graphics. Prospective authors are invited to submit original contributions on the topics including, but not limited to:
Modelling of human visual perception Computational geometry Geometrical models of objects and scenes Illumination and reflection models and methods Image formation Image and video coding Image filtering and enhancement Biomedical image processing Biomedical graphics Colour image processing Multispectral image processing Pattern recognition in image processing Scene understanding Motion analysis, visual navigation and active vision Human motion detection and analysis Visualisation and graphical data presentation Hardware and architectures for image processing Computer-aided graphic design 3D imaging, shading and rendering Computer animation Graphics for internet and mobile systems Virtual reality Image and video databases Digital watermarking Multimedia applications Computer art Image processing applications in industry, engineering, life sciences, geophysics etc.
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