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ACM Int. Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras

1 Février 2016


Catégorie : Conférence internationale


Smart camera networks are becoming a fundamental piece of our intelligent cities, buildings and homes, progressively inserting themselves into our lives.  From smart surveillance systems composed of a multitude of smart camera nodes to small wearable cameras able to render a visual log of our daily experience, these devices interact with each other and with a wealth of other smart things, and of course the internet. Their rapid development is being possible thanks to the convergence of several technologies. From advanced image sensors and vision chips to embedded vision systems capable of efficient feature extraction, image encoding and wireless transmission of the relevant visual content, this technology opens the door to new application domains, where video analytics and the extraction of semantic information from the scene is performed in a distributed fashion, implementing a new type of cooperative and/or collaborative vision, and even fusing visual information with other sensory data.

The ACM International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras (ICDSC) —that is now in its 10th edition— is the appropriate forum to discuss recent advances and open issues in these topics. After the successful events celebrated in Seville (2015), Venice (2014), Palm Springs (2013), Hong Kong (2012), Ghent (2011), Atlanta (2010), Como (2009), Stanford (2008) and Vienna (2007), this year ICDSC will be held in Paris, France, September 12-15, 2016.

http://www.icdsc.org

 

Papers are invited in the following and related areas:

  • Smart image sensors and vision chips
    • Circuits and systems for image sensing
    • Parallel processing hardware
    • HW/SW co-design for embedded vision
    • Reconfigurable vision processing arch.
    • High-performance image sensors
  • Emerging applications and case studies
    • Vision-based smart environments
    • HCI and smart environment applications
    • Distributed multimedia and gaming apps
    • Position discovery and middleware apps
    • Context-aware networks
  • Smart cameras and network architectures
    • Camera system designs and architectures
    • Image sensing/processing for smart cameras
    • Architectures for camera networks
    • Embedded vision programming
    • Distributed video coding
  • Mobile Vision
    • Crowdsourcing
    • Sensing for mixed/augmented reality
    • Structure-from-motion in mobile devices
    • Visual landmark localization
    • Object recognition
  • Distributed computer vision
    • Distributed video analytics
    • Resource management and task allocation
    • Multi-sensor data aggregation
    • Collaborative extraction, information fusion
    • Edge and cloud computing
    • Surveillance and tracking applications
  • Visual sensor networks
    • Active vision
    • Self-reconfiguring camera networks
    • Wireless and mobile image sensor networks
    • Topology discovery
    • Social media and big data

Double blind review: ICDSC reviewing is double blind. Do not include any author information such as name and affiliations in the paper.

As  with  the  previous  editions,  ICDSC  2016  will  feature  a  PhD  Forum  and  a  Demo  Session. Proceedings will be published at ACM DL. Authors of high quality papers will be invited to extend their work and submit it for a special issue in a JCR- indexed journal. More information available at the conference website: www.icdsc.org

Important dates:

  • Paper submission deadline: April 29, 2016
  • Notification of acceptance: June 15, 2016
  • Camera ready and early registration deadline: July 3, 2016
  • PhD Forum and demo papers deadline: July 3, 2016

General Chair

  • François BERRY,Institut Pascal, CNRS, France

General Co-chair

  • Antoine DUPRET,CEA, Paris-Saclay, France

Technical Program Committee

  • Jorge Fernández-Berni, IMSE-CNM, Spain
  • Dominique Ginhac, Univ. of Burgundy, France
  • Imran Muhammad, Mid Sweden University, Sweden

Steering Committee

  • Hamid Aghajan, Stanford University, USA and Ghent University, Belgium
  • Bernhard Rinner, Alpen-Adria Universität, Klagenfurt, Austria
  • Richard Kleihorst, Ghent University, Belgium
  • Andrea Prati, Univ. Iuav di Venezia, Italy