| WORKSHOP ON DYNAMICAL VISION at ICCV 2007 |
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Submission deadline: June 15, 2007
Notification of acceptance: July 25, 2007
Camera ready: August 15, 2007
Workshop date: Oct 20, 2007
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Call for Papers
The classical multiple-view geometry studies the case with multiple sparse images of a static scene. However, in many real-world applications, the scene may undergo complex dynamical changes (e.g., linked-rigidbody or nonrigid motions) or one needs to interact with the scene through a dynamical system (e.g., vision guided robot navigation/coordination).
The confluence of computer vision and dynamical systems has initiated many interesting interdisciplinary research topics across computer vision, computer graphics, vision-based control, and unmanned vehicles.
The goal of this workshop is to converge different aspects of the research on dynamical vision and to identify common mathematical problems and methods for future research in this area by bringing together researchers from both the computer vision and automatic control communities. The workshop welcomes papers that fall into the following categories:
- Segmentation, Estimation & Tracking of Multiple Rigid Motions.
- Segmentation, Estimation & Tracking of Multiple Nonrigid Motions.
- Tracking & Estimation of Linked Rigidbody Motions.
- Modeling, Identification, and Synthesis of Dynamical Scenes from Videos.
- Structure and Range Estimation Based on Dynamical Models and Filtering Techniques.
- Reconstruction and Parameter Estimation of Dynamical Models for Vision Applications (e.g. Surveillance, Graphics, and Robotics).
Please make sure you have read the section below before you
submit a paper
Paper format and length: All submissions to WDV 2007 must be electronic and in Acrobat PDF format. A complete paper should be submitted in camera-ready format. The length should match that intended for final publication. Papers accepted for the workshop will be allocated 12 pages in the proceedings, with the option of purchasing up to 2 extra pages. Authors should use the LNCS format, which can be obtained here.
Paper publication: Selected papers will be published after the workshop as a Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer. The proveedings of WDV 2005 and WDV 2006 can be found here.
Double blind review: review will be double blind (authors do not know the names of the reviewers of their papers, and reviewers do not know the names of the authors). In addition to removing author information from the paper header and any identity clue from the main text, every reference to work by the authors must be made anonymous the following ways
1. Work by the same authors that appears on mainstream and readily available publications is cited in the third person, provided that nothing in the referencing can be traced to the identity of the authors. For instance, "In , Geman and Geman have proposed ..." is acceptable, whereas "In , we have proposed ..." is not.
2. Also remember to avoid information that may identify the authors in the acknowledgments (e.g. co-workers and grant IDs) and in the supplemental material (e.g. titles in the movies, or attached papers.)
Dual submission: By submitting a manuscript to WDV 2007, the authors assert that it has not been previously published in substantially similar form. ICCV 2007 allows double submissions to ICCV workshops and the main conference. Authors of a dual submission should notify the workshop organizers by e-mail before submitting. In case of double acceptance, the author(s) will have to decide where the paper should appear (main conference or workshop).
Supplemental Material: Authors may optionally upload supplemental material. Typically, this material might include videos of results that cannot be included in the main paper, anonymized related submissions to other conferences and journals, and appendices or technical reports containing extended proofs and mathematical derivations that are not essential for understanding of the paper. Note that the contents of the supplemental material should be referred to appropriately in the paper and that reviewers are not obliged to look at it.
All supplemental material must be zipped or tarred into a single file and sent by e-mail to email@example.com. There is a 30MB limit on the size of this file. The deadline for supplemental material is June 15th, 11:59pm, EST. Supplemental material must be in one zip file named as A< papernumber >WDV.zip. E.g. A22WDV.zip.
Prof. Anders Heyden
Department of Mathematics,
Lund University and Malmo University, Sweden
Prof. Yi Ma
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Prof. René Vidal
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University, USA
University of Maryland, College Park, USA
Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Johns Hopkins University, USA
University of Bonn, Germany
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
University of Florida
Rutgers University, USA
Heriot Watt University
Lund University, Sweden
Okayama University, Japan
George Mason University, USA
Australian National University, Australia
Ohio State University, USA
Lund University, Sweden
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
University of California Los Angeles, USA
Microsoft Research Asia, China
INRIA Rhone-Alpes, France
University of California at San Diego, USA
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Northwestern University, USA