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ACPR 2013 : Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition


When Nov 5, 2013 - Nov 8, 2013
Where Okinawa, Japan
Abstract Registration Due Jun 3, 2013
Submission Deadline Jun 10, 2013

Call For Papers


The 2nd Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition (ACPR2013) will be held on November 5-8, 2013, Okinawa, Japan. The conference aims at providing one major international forum for researchers in pattern recognition and related fields to share their new ideas and achievements. Submissions from other than the Asia‚ÄźPacific regions are also highly encouraged.

Topics of interest include all aspects of pattern recognition including, but not limited to:

A. Computer Vision and Robot Vision
B. Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
C. Signal Processing (signal, speech, image)
D. Media Processing and Interaction (video, document, medical applications, biometrics, HCI, VR)


Workshop/Tutorial proposals: May 15, 2013
Title & Abstract submission: June 3, 2013
Paper submission: June 10, 2013
Workshop/Tutorial: November 5, 2013
Main Conference: November 6-8, 2013

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