8th - 9th September 1999
Dublin City University, 
Dublin, Ireland
Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference 1999
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Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing
Conference 1999
8th - 9th September 1999
Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland


The 1999 Irish Machine Vision & Image Processing (IMVIP) Conference will be hosted by the School of Electronic Engineering, Dublin City University, bringing together theoreticians and practitioners, industrialists and academics, from the numerous related disciplines involved in the processing and analysis of image-based information.

IMVIP '99 is a single-track conference consisting of high quality previously unpublished contributed papers, presented orally. The conference emphasises both theoretical research results and practical engineering experience in all areas. Full papers will be subject to a double-blind review process by the programme committee. In addition to the contributed programme, there will also be talks by invited speakers.


Contributions are sought in all aspects of image processing, pattern analysis and machine vision, including but not restricted to the following topics:

  • Visually Guided Robot Manipulation and Navigation
  • Texture, Colour, Stereo and Motion Analysis
  • Image & Video Representation, Compression and Coding
  • Bio- and Medical Imaging
  • Active Vision and Tracking
  • Object and Event Recognition 
  • 2D and 3D Scene Analysis
  • Remote Sensing 
  • Image/Shape Representation and Recovery
  • Mathematical Morphology 
  • Applications, Architectures and Systems Integration
Instructions For Submission 

Authors who wish to present a paper at the conference should send four copies of their paper to the address given below by April 30th 1999.

IMVIP '99 Secretariat
Vision Systems Laboratory,
School of Electronic Engineering
Dublin City University,
Dublin 9, Ireland.

Full papers, not exceeding 15 printed pages (10 pt font, single-spacing) should be submitted for anonymous review. To enable the double-blind review process there should be two title pages. The first should contain the paper title, author's name, affiliation and address, telephone, fax and e-mail, an abstract of 300 words clearly stating the impact of the contribution and up to five keywords. The second title page should consist only of the title, abstract and keywords.  

Electronic Submissions: Only POSTCRIPT files will be accepted. If a file does not print in the first attempt, authors will be notified through email to fix the problem. 



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