FUSION 2011 : International Conference on Information Fusion
Call For Papers
Authors are invited to submit papers describing advances and applications in information fusion, with submission of non-traditional topics encouraged.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:
1. Theory and Representation
Probability theory; Bayesian inference; Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic; Dempster-Shafer, evidential reasoning, belief functions, logic-based fusion and preference aggregation; Random sets, Finite Set Statistics; Topic modeling
Registration; Detection, localization and signal processing; Automatic target recognition and classification; Nonlinear filtering, tracking and data association; Automated situation assessment, prediction, pattern and behavioral analysis; Distributed fusion; Process and sensor resource management
3. Solution Paradigms
Sequential inference; Data mining; Graph analysis; Machine learning; Ontologies
4. DATA Specific Processing and Fusion
Image and video; Radar; Passive sensors; Soft data sources
5. Modeling, Simulation, and Evaluation
Target and sensor modeling; Benchmarks; Testbeds; Fusion performance modeling and evaluation
Aided fusion; Sensor networks; Persistent surveillance; Defense and intelligence; Security; Robotics; Transportation and logistics; Manufacturing; Economics and financial; Environmental monitoring; Medical care
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers electronically via the EDAS system. Paper templates and submission instructions will be available both at this site and at the conference website. Paper submissions are due by 4 March 2011 and should be no more than 8 pages in length. All papers must be approved for public release via the appropriate procedure of their employers/funding agencies prior to submittal.
Special Session Proposals:
Proposers are invited to submit via the EDAS system the theme of the special session as well as a list of committed papers. Proposals for special sessions are due by 4 February 2011. Papers for special sessions must also be submitted for review by 4 March 2011.
The first day of the conference will be devoted to tutorials on information fusion. Proposals for tutorials are invited. A title and description of the tutorial and biographical sketch of the instructor are due via EDAS by 4 February 2011.
Student Paper Program:
Fusion 2011 is featuring a student paper program to encourage the involvement of young engineers and scientists in information fusion. Conference fees will be discounted for all student attendees.
Special session proposals due: 4 February 2011
Tutorial proposals due: 4 February 2011
Papers due: 4 March 2011
Notification of accepted papers: 11 April 2011
Final papers due: 13 May 2011
Early registration ends: 13 May 2011