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CVIU 2017 : Special Issue on Vision and Computational Photography and Graphics

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Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2017
Notification Due May 15, 2017
Final Version Due Nov 15, 2017
Categories    image processing   computer vision   machine learning   computer science
 

Call For Papers

Special Issue on Vision and Computational Photography and Graphics

Scope

Computational photography is a new and rapidly developing research field. It aims at removing the limitations of the traditional camera by recording much more information and processing this information afterward. Computational photography is believed to lie at the convergence of computer graphics, computer vision and photography, and many of the techniques adopted in computational photography indeed first appeared in the computer vision literature. Many of the latest exciting developments in computational photography are closely related to computer vision. For instance, computational cameras that use object detection and visual tracking to better focus and expose the image.

This special issue covers a wide range of topics on computational photography, with a common denominator devoted to the application of computer vision techniques for computational photography tasks. The scope of this special issue is interdisciplinary and seeks collaborative contributions from academia and industrial experts in the areas of image sensors, photonics, information theory, signal processing, computer vision, and machine learning/data mining.

Topics

Manuscripts are solicited to address a wide range of topics on computer vision techniques and applications focusing on computational photography tasks, including but not limited to the following:
● Advanced image processing
● Computational cameras
● Computational illumination
● Computational optics
● High-performance imaging
● Multiple images and camera arrays
● Sensor and illumination hardware
● Scientific imaging and videography
● Organizing and exploiting photo/video collections
● Vision for graphics
● Graphics for vision

Submissions

Papers should be submitted electronically using the Elsevier CVIU submission system (http://ees.elsevier.com/cviu) and following the Instructions for Authors (http://www.elsevier.com/journal-authors/home). Please select “SI:Vision,Photo,Graphics” as the Article Type to ensure your manuscript is correctly assigned.

Dates

● Submission Deadline: February 14, 2017 (extended)
● First Round Decisions: May 15, 2017
● Revisions Deadline: July 15, 2017
● Final Round Decisions: November 15, 2017
● Online Publication: December, 2017

Editors

● Radu Timofte, ETH Zurich, radu.timofte@vision.ee.ethz.ch
● Luc Van Gool, KU Leuven and ETH Zurich, vangool@vision.ee.ethz.ch
● Ming-Hsuan Yang, University of California at Merced, mhyang@ucmerced.edu
● Shai Avidan, Tel-Aviv University, avidan@eng.tau.ac.il
● Yasuyuki Matsushita, Osaka University, yasumat@ist.osaka-u.ac.jp
● Qingxiong Yang, City University of Hong Kong, qiyang@cityu.edu.hk

http://www.journals.elsevier.com/computer-vision-and-image-understanding/call-for-papers/special-issue-on-vision-and-computational-photography-and-gr

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