The international Workshops on Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications aims at gathering challenging international researchers, innovators, educators, and practitioners in image processing theory and tools, for attending extensive educational high level materials, sharing their achievements, exchanging their experiences and discussing future orientations.
The conference will also offer an opportunity to fill the gap between image processing researchers and people working in other application fields such as doctors, radiotherapists and industrial parts. Closer link will be focused on between image processing algorithms and the way to implement these algorithms for best performances. Hardware implementations on embedded platforms will be our interest.
To address these challenges and explore these new opportunities, the workshops aim to provide an excellent forum for all experts in these areas to meet and discuss various important issues on image processing and applications.
The workshops intend to highlight experimental impact of image processing theory with demonstrations, emphasizing the use of optimal software and hardware tools.
The purpose of demos is to give researchers the opportunity to showcase live demonstrations of their contributions. Authors asked for demonstrations are invited for bringing functional applied algorithms, making the challenge in medical imaging, remote sensing field, computer vision, or other image processing application fields. Prospective demo participants should fill out and submit a demo application form which will be included here soon.
Papers describing general surveys, image processing fundamental theory, specific medical imaging applications, advanced prototypes, tools and methodologies are welcomed. Demonstrations are intensively encouraged. Extended papers describing original contributions are encouraged in the Workshops topics mentioned above. Accepted papers, presented at the conference by one of the authors, are subject of journal selection. Acceptance will be based on quality, relevance and originality. Special sessions papers, dedicated to medical Image restoration and segmentation, 3D image modelling and reconstruction in medical domain, biometry multimodal identification methods or Content Based Image retrieval are also welcomed. Researchers interested in presenting their experimental results, methodologies are invited for demonstration sessions.
Accepted papers, presented at the conference by one of the authors, are subject of selection of the following journals: Advances in Computational Sciences and Technology: http://www.ripublication.com/acst.htm and International Journal of Biometrics. www.inderscience.com/ijbmWORKSHOPS AREAS
Each of these thematic lists is not exhaustive. Three Workshops are hold on. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable, in one of the below areas:
- 1.1 Image filtering and restoration,
- 1.2 Image segmentation and tracking,
- 1.3 Image representation and analysis,
- 1.4 Pattern recognition,
- 1.5 Feature extraction and image description,
- 1.6 3D image modelling and processing,
- 1.7 Image indexing and retrieval,
- 1.8 Mathematical morphology,
- 1.9 Image clustering,
- 1.10 Data fusion,
- 1.11 Decision tree,
- 1.12 Gabor Wavelet network.
- 2.1 Biological and medical imaging,
- 2.2 Content based image retrieval systems,
- 2.3 Biometric authentication, face and iris recognition,
- 2.4 Image processing for biological systems,
- 2.5 Visual information processing,
- 2.6 Pattern recognition,
- 2.7 Remote sensing
- 3.1 Hardware implementation,
- 3.2 Computer architecture and computer aided design,
- 3.3 Computer aided diagnosis,
- 3.4 Embedded Systems and HW/SW Co-Design,
- 3.5 Systems on Chip,
- 3.6 Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary based image processing