ACPR 2017  Call For Papers

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ACPR 2017 solicits high-quality original research for publication in its main conference and co-located workshops. Topics of interest include all aspects of pattern recognition including, but not limited to:

Track 1: Computer Vision and Robot Vision

  • Vision sensors

  • Early vision

  • Low-level vision

  • Biologically motivated vision

  • Illumination and reflectance modeling

  • Image-based modeling

  • Physics-based vision

  • Perceptual organization

  • Shape modeling and encoding

  • Computational photography

  • 3D shape recovery

  • Motion, tracking and video analysis

  • 2D/3D object detection and recognition

  • Scene understanding

  • Occlusion and shadow detection

  • Stereo and multiple view geometry

  • Reconstruction and camera motion estimation

  • Vision for graphics

  • Vision for robotics

  • Cognitive and embodied vision

Track 2: Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning

  • Statistical, syntactic and structural pattern recognition

  • Machine learning and data mining

  • Artificial neural networks

  • Dimensionality reduction and manifold learning

  • Classification and clustering

  • Representation and analysis in pixel/voxel images

  • Support vector machines and kernel methods

  • Symbolic learning

  • Active and ensemble learning

  • Deep learning

  • Transfer learning

  • Semi-supervised learning and spectral methods

  • Model selection

  • Reinforcement learning and temporal models

Track 3: Signal Processing (signal, speech, image)

  • Signal and image processing

  • Image analysis and understanding

  • Audio and acoustic processing and analysis

  • Spoken language processing

  • Sensor array & multichannel signal processing

  • Segmentation, features and descriptors

  • Texture and color analysis

  • Enhancement, restoration and filtering

  • Coding, compression and super-resolution

  • Automatic speech and speaker recognition

Track 4: Media Processing and Interaction (video, document, medical, biometrics, HCI and VR)

  • Pattern recognition for bioinformatics

  • Pattern recognition for surveillance and security

  • Pattern recognition for search, retrieval and visualization

  • Pattern recognition for art, cultural heritage and entertainment

  • Industrial image analysis

  • Gesture and behavior analysis

  • Mixed and augmented reality

  • Human computer interaction

  • Character and text recognition

  • Handwriting recognition

  • Document understanding

  • Medical image and signal analysis

  • Computer-aided detection and diagnosis

  • Speech and natural language based interaction

  • Human body motion and gesture based interaction

  • Affective computing

  • Facial expression recognition

  • Group interaction: analysis of verbal and non-verbal communication

  • Biometric systems and applications

  • Multi-biometrics

  • Forensic biometrics and its applications

  • Fingerprint, face, iris, gait and speaker recognition

  • Soft biometrics

  • Security issues


All accepted papers will be published in IEEE proceedings. Selected papers will be invited to submit for possible inclusion in the special issues of Pattern Recognition Letters, Neurocomputing, and Pattern Recognition journals. 

Confirmed special issue:
Pattern Recognition Letters: Special issue on Learning Compact Representations for Scalable Visual Recognition and Retrieval, Deadline: Jan. 31st, 2018

Special issues under negotiation: 

Neurocomputing and Pattern Recognition