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INDIACom (Sp.Session:Video Surveillance) 2017 : Special Session on Video Surveillance and Event Detection-INDIACom 2017

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Link: http://www.bvicam.ac.in/indiacom/splSessionDetails.asp?sessionRequestID=552
 
When Mar 1, 2017 - Mar 3, 2017
Where New Delhi
Submission Deadline Oct 24, 2016
Notification Due Jan 14, 2017
Final Version Due Jan 23, 2017
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers

Special Session: Video Surveillance and Event Detection
Session ID: 7.022
Session Chairperson: Dr. Seba Susan, Delhi Technological University, New Delhi, India
E-mail: seba_406@yahoo.in
Mobile: + 91 - 9868850209
IEEE Conference ID: 40353


Dear Authors,
We are delighted to intimate you that after the resounding success of
past ten editions of INDIACom, since its inception in 2007; INDIACom –
2017 (IEEE Conference ID: 40353); 11th INDIACom; 2017 04th International
Conference on Computing For Sustainable Global Development, Technically
Sponsored by IEEE Delhi Section and in association with IET (UK), Delhi
Local Networks, ISTE Delhi Section , IETE Delhi Centre, CSI Region-I
& Divisions-I, II, III, IV & V and GGSIP University, New Delhi
to be held during 01st – 03rd March, 2017 at Bharati Vidyapeeth, New
Delhi (INDIA). On the eve of the occasion of INDIACom-2017 a special
session on “Video Surveillance and Event Detection” will be conducted by
Dr. Seba Susan, as session chairman. Original contributions are
solicited for the special session “Video Surveillance and Event
Detection” on the eve of INDIACom – 2017; 11th INDIACom – 4th 2017
International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development
in the heart of the India’s capital and historical city: New Delhi.

About the Special Session on Video Surveillance and Event Detection:
With the latest imaging systems and high power computing, real-time
automated monitoring of videos is possible. The aim of automated video
surveillance is to extract significant information from the video such
as the analysis of recurring image patterns such as text or objects, or
decoding the activity being performed, or detecting the occurrence of
anomalous events that significantly deviates from normal behavior.
Efficient video-surveillance algorithms need to be developed as an
effective solution to automated surveillance problems. This special
session seeks to bring together the latest original research on video
surveillance algorithms and the detection of events in videos.
Original and unpublished submissions addressing emerging issues in video
surveillance and event detection are invited that include but are not
limited to, the following topics.
• Activity recognition
• Gait recognition
• Event or anomaly detection in videos
• Object tracking
• Novel video feature representation and extraction
• Machine learning algorithms for video surveillance
• Analysis of specific image patterns such as text or objects in videos


Paper Submission
Authors from across different parts of the world are invited to submit
their papers. Authors wishing to submit their papers must refer to the
website, for paper structuring and formatting guidelines in detail, at
http://www.bvicam.ac.in/indiacom/Technical%20Guidelines.asp. Authors
should submit their papers online at
http://www.bvicam.ac.in/indiacom/submitPaper.asp. Unregistered authors
should first create an account on
http://www.bvicam.ac.in/indiacom/addMember.asp to log on and submit
paper. Only electronic submissions will be considered. Papers submitted
by e-mail will not be considered.

Steps to submit the Paper in the Special Session of INDIACom-2017:
1. Register at web-portal at http://www.bvicam.ac.in/indiacom/login.asp
and obtain the Membership ID (MID), which is free of cost.
2. Login with MID and Password at
http://www.bvicam.ac.in/indiacom/loginReqSubmitPaper.asp
3. Click on Submit Paper tab
a. Select the event as "INDIACom-2017".
b. Select "Special Track # 7: Next Generation Computing".
c. Select the Special Session as “7.22: Seba Susan: Video Surveillance
and Event Detection” from the list and write title of the paper.
d. Upload the actual paper (MS-Word compatible format either in .doc and
.docx) and plagiarism report.
e. Write the MIDs of all the authors / co-authors and select the Radio
button corresponding to the MID of the author / co-author to make him a
Corresponding Author.
4. Click the Submit Button, a unique Paper ID (PID) will be
auto-generated for that paper.


Review Process, Publication and Indexing
The conference aims at carrying out two rounds of review process. In the
first round, the papers submitted by the authors will be assessed on
the basis of their technical suitability, scope of work and plagiarism.
The corresponding authors of qualifying submissions will be intimated
for their papers to be double blind reviewed by three experts on the
basis of originality, novelty, clarity, completeness, relevance,
significance and research contribution. The shortlisted papers of all
the tracks (Track 1 - Track 5) will be accepted for presentation and
publication in the Soft Copy of Conference proceedings, bearing ISBN
978-93-80544-24-3 serial, in the form of DVDs. INDIACom-2017 has applied
for inclusion in the IEEE's Conference Publication Program. This means
that the Conference proceedings of accepted papers (for oral
presentations), which will be presented in the conference, will be
submitted to IEEE Xplore for publication and indexing, which is indexed
with world’s leading Abstracting & Indexing (A&I) databases,
including ISI, SCOPUS, DBLP, EI-Compendex, Google Scholar, etc. Extended
version of the selected papers will also be recommended to be published
in the BIJIT; an international Journal having ISSN 0973-5658 serial,
details of which are available at http://bvicam.ac.in/bijit/.
Important Dates
Submission of Full Length Paper 24th October, 2016 (No extension)
Paper Acceptance Notification 14th January, 2017
Submission of Camera Ready Copy (CRC) of the Paper 23rd January, 2017
Registration Deadline (Early Bird) 23rd January, 2017

We look forward to receive your valuable contributions for this special
session.




Regards,

Dr. Seba Susan

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