The Chinese Conference on Pattern Recognition (CCPR) is aimed to provide a forum for academic exchange and achievements exhibition, and to promote the development of research and application on pattern recognition in China. The CCPR 2012 will be held at the Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, September 24-26, 2012.
All submissions should be written in English (presentation at the conference can be given in Chinese). All accepted papers will be published in the series of CCIS of Springer, and indexed by EI and ISTP subject to examination.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
1) Fundamentals of Pattern Recognition
Statistical and structural pattern recognition, neural network, kernel methods, feature extraction and selection, unsupervised learning, clustering, model selection and adaptation, semi-supervised learning, etc.
2) Image and Video Processing
Image processing and enhancement, image and video segmentation, image feature extraction, content based image/video retrieval, information hiding and digital watermark, etc.
3) Computer Vision
Visual information processing model, scene analysis, stereo vision, object detection and recognition, moving object detection and tracking, action analysis and recognition, video semantic understanding, etc.
4) Speech, Language, Multimedia and Application
Speech and speaker recognition, text analysis and retrieval, character recognition and document analysis, medical image processing, remote sensing image analysis, biometric identification, multi-modality based human-computer interaction, multimedia analysis and retrieval, industrial application, etc.
Paper Submission 2012-05-30 (Firm Deadline)
Acceptance Notification 2012-07-08
Camera-Ready Paper Due 2012-07-20
Early Registration 2012-07-20
Conference Dates 2012-09-24 ~ 2012-09-26
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