[visionlist] [CFP] Workshop on Embedded Vision @IEEE AVSS 2017

Apologies for multiple postings

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CALL FOR PAPERS

International Workshop on Software Architectures for Embedded Vision (SAV2017)

hosted by IEEE AVSS 2017 Conference 

(Lecce, Italy – August 29th, 2017)

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Motivation

The growing number of surveillance cameras spread over the territory, as well as the increasing number of mobile devices able to acquire images, video streams or just speed and position, such as smartphones or wearable devices, has lead in the last decades to an increasing interest of the scientific community towards those solutions able to automatically analyse the scene where a person is moving so as to identify events of interest. This interest has been accompanied by a strong pushing of the market, more and more interested in the possibility to run the above algorithms directly on board of cameras, smartphones and wearable devices, or more generally on board of embedded low-cost architectures.

Within this context, the scientific problem, addressed by this workshop, becomes to find out the best possible trade-off between the accuracy required by the particular application at hand and the computational burden needed for its computation. The combination between computer vision algorithms and embedded systems is typically referred to as “Embedded Vision”.

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Topics include (but are not limited to):

Embedded Vision for Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)

Embedded Vision for Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs)

Deep learning algorithms optimized for embedded architectures

Parallel algorithms for embedded architectures (such as GPUs)

Computer vision algorithms optimized for programmable or reconfigurable platforms (such as DSPs FPGAs, SoCs and so on)

Medical applications over embedded architectures

Video surveillance algorithms over embedded platforms

Applications for digital health over embedded systems

Detection and tracking algorithms over embedded platforms

Gesture, Action, Activity recognition algorithms for embedded platforms

Industrial applications optimized for embedded architectures

Distributed architectures based on embedded platforms

Tools and languages for embedded vision

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Organizers 

Luca Greco, University of Salerno, Italy

Brian C. Lovell, The University of Queensland, Australia

Alessia Saggese, University of Salerno, Italy

Mario Vento, University of Salerno, Italy

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Important Dates

Paper submission – May 12, 2017

Notification of acceptance – June 1, 2017

Camera Ready – June 12, 2017

Early registration – June 26, 2017

Workshop – August 29, 2017

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Submission:

Manuscripts can be submitted through Easychair:

http://ift.tt/2nFZyIa

The final papers are limited to 6 pages in double-column IEEE format, including figures. All manuscripts will be published as IEEE proceedings.

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More information

Email: mivia@unisa.it

Website: http://ift.tt/2noq4ZB

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