| The 8th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems will be held at Sophia Antipolis on the French Riviea on 20 - 22 September 2011 continuing a series of successful events in Las Palmas, Spain, Vancouver, Canada, Graz, Austria, New York, USA, Bielfeld, Germany, Santorini, Greece and Liege, Belgium.
While most computer vision conferences focus on either algorithms or applications, ICVS addresses issues arising in the design and deployment of computer vision systems.
Its scope includes but is not limited to the following topics:
Building Vision Systems: paradigms, architectures, integration, control
Real-time and Mobile Vision: embedded systems, non-standard hardware, mobile applications
Vision for the Real World: robustness, learning, adaptability, self-assessment, failure recovery
Vision for Action: robotics, human-computer interaction, perception-action loops
Vision in Context: knowledge representations, reasoning, goal specification, context awareness
Biological Vision: computer vision inspired by biology or psychology
Performance Evaluation: benchmarks, methods and metrics
ICVS brings together researchers and developers from academe and industry around the world. Due to its perspective on systems, it is a platform for knowledge and technology transfer and for the identification of application-driven research questions.
The conference proceedings will be published in the Springer series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science.