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GEOBIA 2012 : GEographic Object-Based Image Analysis

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Link: http://www.inpe.br/geobia2012/index.php
 
When May 7, 2012 - May 9, 2012
Where Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Submission Deadline Nov 4, 2011
Notification Due Jan 20, 2012
Final Version Due Mar 2, 2012
Categories    GEOSCIENCES   computer sciences   image processing   machine learning
 

Call For Papers

GEOBIA 2012 will be the fourth international conference on Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis. Following the successful meetings held in Salzburg, Austria (2006); Calgary, Canada (2008); and Ghent, Belgium (2010), the biannual international conference on GEOBIA will reach South America, demonstrating the world-wide interest in the development of a set of concepts, methods and applications related to this emerging field.

GEOBIA 2012 will be a forum of excellence where a selected group of researchers, students and users will present their findings and latest results. Invited keynote speakers will further highlight GEOBIA’s key theoretical and methodological issues, trends and challenges.

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