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Call for Book Chapters 2017 : DEEP LEARNING FOR IMAGE PROCESSING APPLICATIONS

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When Feb 16, 2017 - Mar 15, 2017
Where IOS Press
Abstract Registration Due Mar 15, 2017
Submission Deadline May 31, 2017
Notification Due Jun 30, 2017
Final Version Due Sep 1, 2017
Categories    image processing   deep learning   neural networks   remote sensing
 

Call For Papers

CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS

Book Title: DEEP LEARNING FOR IMAGE PROCESSING APPLICATIONS
Book Series Title: Advances in Parallel Computing (SCOPUS INDEXED)

Editors:
(1) Dr. D. Jude Hemanth, Associate Professor, ECE Department, Karunya University, India
(2) Dr. Vania V. Estrela, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil

THE SCOPE OF THE BOOK:

This book focusses on the technical concepts of deep learning and its associated branch Neural Networks for the various dimensions of image processing applications. The proposed volume intends to bring together researchers to report the latest results or progress in the development of the above-mentioned areas. Since there is a deficit of books on this specific subject matter, the editors aim to provide a common platform for researchers working in this area to exhibit their novel findings.

TOPICS OF INTEREST:

This book solicits contributions, which include the fundamentals in the field of Deep Artificial Neural Networks and Image Processing supported by case studies and practical examples. Each chapter is expected to be self-contained and to cover an in-depth analysis of real life applications of neural networks to image analysis.

• Deep Neural Networks:
• Deep Learning Techniques
• Convolutional Neural Networks
• Self Belief Neural Networks
• Spiking Neural Networks
• Deep Stacking Networks
• Deep Coding networks
• Deep Q-Networks
• Large Memory Storage and Retrieval Neural Networks
• Complex-Valued Neural Systems
• Modified Artificial Neural Networks
• Any other allied neural networks

(B) Image Processing:
• Medical Image Processing
• Remote Sensing
• Biometrics
• Virtual Reality and Gaming
• Image Enhancement/Segmentation/Compression
• Image Analysis
• Scene Understanding
• 3-D/4-D Image Processing
• Graphics and Animation
• Any other allied areas

Submissions are expected to cover at least 1 topic from (A) and (B)

IMPORTANT DATES:

1-Page write-up (abstract only with title): March 15th, 2017
Preliminary Acceptance/Rejection notification: March 31st , 2017
Full Chapter Submission: May 31st, 2017
First Review Notification: June 30th, 2017
Revised Paper Submission: July 30th, 2017
Acceptance/Rejection Notification: August 15th , 2017
Camera Ready Submission: September 1st, 2017

For further details, contact Dr. D. Jude Hemanth, Associate Professor, ECE Dept., Karunya University.
E-mail: judespecialissue@gmail.com Phone: +91-9443001874

Send your 1-page write-up using the e-mail given above with the subject column “IOS Press book chapter.” Upon acceptance, further instructions about the IOS Press format for submission will be sent to your e-mail.

“There are NO processing/publication charges for this SCOPUS indexed book series.”

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