Please prepare umbrella during Technical Tour. Seoul had plenty of snow in this week.
And snow or rain is also expected to continue during workshop as well as in the day of technical tour. So please be noted that and watch your step for the slippery floors.
For your comfortable tour, we strongly recommend you to ready for this wet situation.
Full paper submission:
Nov.15, 2016 extended to Nov.29, 2016
Notification of acceptance: Dec.15, 2016
Camera-ready paper: Jan.15, 2017
Early registration: Jan. 25, 2017
Call for Papers
The International Workshop on Frontiers of Computer Vision (FCV) is the exciting chance and place for intercommunication and discussion through many presentations of the advanced researches from the worldwide research communities of computer vision fundamentals and machine vision application systems. The FCV 2017 will be held in Seoul, Korea.
Topics of interest include all aspects of image processing, computer vision, machine vision, the fundamentals and applications including, but not limited to, the following areas:
• Computer Vision fundamentals:
Early Vision, Representation, Color and Illumination analysis, Vision Geometry, Coding, Error analysis.
• Image signal processing:
Filtering, Image enhancement, Restoration, Transformation, Stochastic vision, Stereo vision, Scale space analysis, Hough transform, Morphological processing, Image sequence analysis, Image processing architecture, Software.
• Image understanding:
Image registration, Template matching, Indexing, Image search, Robust recognition, Learning, Shape-from-X, Motion analysis, Segmentation, Active vision, CAD-based vision, Model-based vision.
• Video processing and Multimedia understanding:
Image and multimedia database, Content- based retrieval, Video Indexing and editing, Media processing.
• Image applications:
Machine vision system, Industry system, Factory automation, Visual inspection.
IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
IEEJ Cooperative Research Committee
IEIE Signal Processing Society
Korea Society of Computer Vision
Seoul Metropolitan Government