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Final CFP: ACCV 2009 Workshop on Representation and Modeling of Large-scale 3D Environments (Modeling-3D)

From: Suya You <suyay@graphics.usc.edu>
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 03:52:10 -0700
Message-Id: <19A4894F-05F4-41EF-AFDB-08CC60EC91B3@graphics.usc.edu>
To: modeling3d2009@gmail.com
Cc: jwu@uwindsor.ca, Wanquan Liu <W.Liu@curtin.edu.au>, rxu <rxu@csu.edu.au>, suyay@graphics.usc.edu

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Representation and Modeling of Large-scale 3D Environments (Modeling-3D)
(In conjunction with ACCV'200)
Xian, China, September 24, 2009


Important Dates
Paper submission due: July 20, 2009
Notification of acceptance: August 10, 2009
Camera-ready paper due: August 15, 2009
Workshop: September 24, 2009

Recent advances in sensor and modeling technologies enable the  
of novel techniques that offer both feasibility and robust performance  
reconstruction of large-scale environments.&nbsp; Improvements on the  
of traditional/novel vision techniques such as structure from motion,  
stereo, and image-based modeling have made high-end acquisition of 3D  
and motion a reality. Advances in sensor technologies such as depth  
closer-range laser range finder, and Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR)
permit to deploy modeling systems on terrestrial, airborne, static,  
and even handheld platforms to quickly capture 3D structure of a large
environment with high degree of accuracy. Progresses in computer  
enable effective representation, rendering and visualization of  
models on PCs. The advances in high-speed network allow effective  
delivery of
3D models throughout the networked world.

As part of the ACCV 2009, the Modeling-3D 2009 Workshop will bring  
researchers to present results and innovations in all aspects of  
modeling and
representation of large-scale 3D environments.&nbsp; The workshop  
seeks original
high-quality research and application submissions.&nbsp; All submitted  
papers will
be subject to a peer review process.&nbsp; Accepted papers will be  
together with the proceedings of ACCV 2009 in electronic format by  
High-quality papers will be selected to appear in a special issue of the
International Journal of Virtual Reality (IJVR) after the conference.

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
- Scene reconstruction from multi-dimensional and multi-view images
- Wide-area structure from motion and stereo
- 3D scene modeling from multiple sensors
- Real-time scene modeling from video
- Range data analysis and processing
- 3D shape and feature representation
- Multi-sensor data fusion, alignment, and registration
- 3D model simplification and compression
- Stream processing for very large datasets
- Appearance/illumination modeling and representation
- Real-time, mobile 3D systems
- Rending and visualization of large-scale models
- Applications of large-scale models and modeling systems

Important Dates
- Paper submission due: July 20, 2009
- Notification of acceptance: August 10, 2009
- Camera-ready paper due: August 15, 2009
- Workshop: September 24, 2009

Paper Submission Guidelines
Format: papers submitted for review and publication must follow the  
specified for the main ACCV 2009 conference: author guidelines for paper
submission to ACCV2009. The maximum paper length for review as well as  
publication is 8 pages.

Submission: paper must be submitted electronically in Adobe Acrobat PDF
format at the Submission Website.

Review: the review process is double-blind, so the paper must not  
any information which allows the authors to be identified. This means  
authors should not indicate their names or affiliations on the paper,
acknowledgements must not be included in the manuscript, and  
references to
authors' previous work must only be included in a form that does not  
them to the authors.

Suya You, University of Southern California, USA
Jonathan Wu, University of Windsor, Canada
Wanquan Liu, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Richard Xu, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Program Committee
Adrien Bartoli, CNRS, France
Anup Basu, Univ. of Alberta, Canada
Kostas Daniilidis Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA
Robert Fisher, University of Edinburgh, UK
Patrick Flynn, University of Notre Dame, USA
Jan-Michael Frahm, UNC Chapel Hill, USA
Shinsaku Hiura, Osaka University, Japan
Takeo Kanade, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Jana Kosecka, George Mason University, USA
Ze-Nian Li, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Xuelong Li, Univ. of London, UK
Suresh Lodha, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Ajmal Saeed Mian, Univ. of Western Australia, Australia
Philippos Mordohai, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
Ulrich Neumann, University of Southern California, USA
Ramakant Nevatia, University of Southern California, USA
Zhigeng Pan, Zhejiang University, China
Charalambos Poullis, USC, USA
Gerhard Roth, Univ. of Ottawa, Canada
Ioannis Stamos, City University of New York, USA
Rin-ichiro Taniguchi, Kyushu University, Japan
Jun Takamatsu, Nara Inst. of Science &amp; Tech, Japan
Svetha Venkatesh, Curtin Univ. of Technology, Australia
Guanghui Wang, Univ. of Windsor, Canada
John Zelek, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada
Zhigang Zhu, City Univ. of New York, USA

For any question about the Modeling-3D 2009 Workshop, please contact to:

Conference URL: http://graphics.usc.edu/~suyay/modeling3D2009.htm

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