Special Session 1

Special session on : “Advanced Computing in image and Computer Vision Data Science”

Description

What is seen and what is interpreted are the questions which generally addressed in computer vision. Computer vision provides the high-level understanding of images and videos. At the present time, everyone is dealing with the image and video data. Fundamental concepts of image and video processing move around relevant data of image or video. Due to the rapid growth in hardware, need of computationally non-expensive methodologies or algorithms is raised. Real world problems e.g. surveillance system, robotics, medical image analysis and interpretation, etc. are the areas where different image and video algorithms have been applied. Due to the use of smart mobile devices, large numbers of research activities have arisen in last decade. Computational intelligence and advanced computing are the areas where the researchers, academicians and industries are working on.

Scope and Topics

The proposed special session aims to bring together theories and applications of advanced computing techniques to image and vision processing problems. This special session aims - to address and share the ideas and research related to image and video data science, to be a meeting place for researchers and academicians in the fields of image and video data science. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Image scanning and sampling
  • Quantization and half toning
  • Color reproduction
  • Image representation and rendering
  • Display and printing systems
  • Image and video quality assessment
  • Image and video filtering
  • Restoration and enhancement
  • Image segmentation
  • Image fusion
  • Video segmentation and tracking
  • Morphological processing
  • Stereoscopic and 3D processing
  • Feature extraction and analysis
  • Interpolation and super-resolution
  • Motion detection and estimation
  • Color and multispectral processing
  • Biometrics
  • Image mining
  • Pattern recognition
  • Nature inspired computing
  • Applications in- Biomedical sciences
  • Mobile imaging
  • Geosciences & remote sensing
  • Astronomy & space exploration
  • Document image processing and analysis
  • Neural network
  • Other applications
  • Robot vision
  • Image and video coding
  • Stereoscopic and 3-D coding
  • Distributed source coding
  • Source or channel coding
  • Image and video transmission over wireless networks
  • Biomedical imaging
  • Remote sensing
  • Geophysical and seismic imaging
  • Optimal imaging
  • Synthetic-natural hybrid image systems
  • Deep learning for medical imaging
  • Deep learning for multimedia forensics
  • Machine learning for multimedia communications and computing
  • Image and video processing for environmental monitoring and protection
  • Image and video processing for public security applications
  • Image and video databases
  • Image and video search and retrieval
  • Authentication and watermarking
  • Image and video processing for multimedia security
  • Privacy and trust
  • Anomaly detection in images and video data streams
  • Image and video data management
  • Classical and non-classical optimization techniques
  • Memetic algorithms
  • Evolutionary algorithms

Special Session Chair

Dr. Nileshsingh V Thakur

Principal, Nagpur Institute of Technology, Nagpur, INDIA

E-Mail: thakurnisvis@rediffmail.com

Special Session 1 Timelines

Submission Deadline 20th December 2018
Decision Notification 2nd January 2019
Registration and CRC 9th January 2019

Publication of Proceedings

All SmartCom 2019 presented papers will be published in conference proceedings by Springer Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies (SIST). Series: http://www.springer.com/series/8767

( Applied ) Springer Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies (SIST) Series

The books of this series are submitted to EI-Compendex, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and Springerlink **

All submissions should be made directly at the Session Chair(s) for Special Session 1 - E-Mail ID: thakurnisvis@rediffmail.com

OR

The papers can also be directly submitted to the Conference