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PRIA 2013 : 11th International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis

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Link: http://pria-conference.org
 
When Sep 23, 2013 - Sep 28, 2013
Where Samara, Russia
Submission Deadline Jun 30, 2013
Notification Due Jul 15, 2013
Final Version Due Jul 15, 2013
Categories    pattern recognititon   image processing   computer vision   machine learning
 

Call For Papers

Russian Academy of Sciences
National Committee of the RAS for Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis
Dorodnicyn Computing Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Moscow, Russian Federation
Image Processing System Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russian Federation
S.P.Korolyov Samara State Aerospace University (National Research University),
Samara, Russian Federation

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PRIA-11-2013 continues the series of conferences “Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis: New Information Technologies”. It will include the conference itself, tutorials, exhibition of image analysis and pattern recognition software and hardware products, meeting of IAPR Technical Committee 16 "Algebraic and Discrete Mathematical Techniques in Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis", social program.

Conference Chairman -
Professor, Full Member of the RAS Yuri Zhuravlev, Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of the RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation, zhur@ccas.ru

Conference Vice Chairmen -
Professor, corresponding member of the RAS Victor Soifer, Image Processing System Institute of the RAS, Samara, Russian Federation, ipsi@smr.ru
Dr.-Eng. Igor Gurevich, Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of the RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation, igourevi@ccas.ru

Program Committee Chairman
Professor Heinrich Niemann, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany, niemann@informatik.uni-erlangen.de

Local Committee Chairman
Professor Vladislav Sergeev, Image Processing System Institute of the RAS, Samara, Russian Federation, vserg@smr.ru

The working language of the PRIA-11-2013 is English.

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MAIN TOPICS OF INTEREST

1. Mathematical Theory of Pattern Recognition.
2. Mathematical Theory of Image Processing, Analysis, Recognition and Understanding.
3. Mathematical Theory of Speech Processing, Analysis, Recognition and Understanding.
4. Models, Methods and Tools to Represent the Initial Data for Pattern Recognition, Image and Signal Analysis.
5. Automated Development, Testing and Adaptation of Information Technologies for Pattern Recognition, Image, Speech and Signal Processing, Analysis and Understanding.
6. Software and Information Technologies for Solving Pattern Recognition.
7. Software and Information Technologies for Analysis and Estimation of Data Represented as Images and Signals.
8. Databases, Knowledge Bases, and Linguistic Tools Supporting Information Technologies for Pattern Recognition, Image, Speech and Signal Processing, Analysis and Understanding.
9. Special-Purpose Architectures, Software and Hardware Tools Supporting Information Technologies for Pattern Recognition, Image, Speech and Signal Processing, Analysis and Understanding.
10. Neural Networks for Data Processing, Analysis and Interpretation.
11. Algorithms, Software and Information Technologies for Intellectual Geographic and Cartographic Information Systems. GIS Technologies.
12. Algorithms, Software and Information Technologies for Biomedical and Biotechnical Systems.
13. Algorithms, Software and Information Technologies in Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics.
14. Video Processing and Analysis.
15. Computer Graphics, Visualization, and Virtual Reality.
16. Optical and Digital-Optical Systems for Image and Signal Processing and Analysis.
17. Applied Problems being solved via Pattern Recognition, Image, Speech and Signal Processing, Analysis and Understanding approaches and techniques.
18. Visual and Speech Perception.
19. Multimedia Technologies.

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PUBLICATION

Two versions of PRIA-11-2013 Proceedings will be published (in English): 1) before conference - Extended Abstracts; 2) after conference – special issues (hard copy and electronic version) of the international journal “Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis. Advances in Mathematical Theory and Applications” (MAIK “Nauka/Interperiodica” Pleiades Publishing, Moscow, distributed worldwide by SPRINGER).

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SAMARA
Samara, known as Kuybyshev from 1935 to 1991, lies on the banks of the Volga River, the largest in Europe. Founded in 1586 as a defensive outpost, it soon developed into a major trading center for the whole of the Volga region in Russia's southeastern territories, and today is noted for its contributions to cationindustry, including the automotive industry and the aerospace industry. During World War II, Samara became a “second capital” of the USSR as all government departments and diplomatic corps were moved there from Moscow. A few kilometers from Samara lies the National Park “Samarskaja Luka”, that is one of the most stunning in the world. In Samara you’ll be able to enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the Zhiguli Mountains, the highest in the central European part of Russia. This perfect combination of the riverside and mountain picturesque views creates that unique atmosphere of safe, friendly and welcoming environment.

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