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We are soliciting high quality chapter submissions for a book of Intelligent Video Event Analysis and Understanding. Extended versions of the best papers from the VECTaR2009 workshop, as well as other high quality submissions will be considered
Detecting, interpreting and understanding various video events is one of the ultimate goals of the computer vision system. Despite rapid progress in this area, there are still a significant number of challenges that need to be addressed to enable an automatic video event understanding system. Those challenges include robust detection of event under motion clutters, event interpretation under complex scenes, multi-level semantic event inference, putting event in context and multiple cameras, event inference from object interactions, etc. To address these and other outstanding challenges, high-quality chapter manuscripts are particularly welcome in the following areas, but not limited to:
This book aims to present state-of-the-art research advances of video event understanding technologies. It will provide researchers and practitioner's a rich resource for future research directions and successful practice. It could also serve as a reference tool and handbook for researchers in a number of applications including visual surveillance, human-computer interaction, video search and indexing etc. Its potential audience will be composed of active researchers and practitioners as well as graduate students working on video analysis in various disciplines such as computer vision, patten recognition, information security, artificial intelligence, etc.
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit chapter proposals before November 30, 2009. The chapter proposals should contain a title, an abstract, and the outline of the organization. The proposals will be considered based on the relevance to the book, contribution to the community, as well as the balance of topics. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified by December 15, 2009. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by April 30, 2010. All chapter manuscripts will be double-blind reviewed.
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