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  • CVWW2016 | Computer Vision Winter Workshop
    on January 25 2016 by admin Finalized conference program is now available here together with a list of papers by sessions Posted in Conference Preliminary version of the program Posted on January 21 2016 by admin Preliminary version of the program is available here Detailed information about individual sections will be added soon Posted in Conference Website Presentation and registration instructions available Posted on January 17 2016 by admin Instructions

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  • About | CVWW2016
    annual meeting of several computer vision research groups located in Graz Ljubljana Prague and Vienna The basic goal of this workshop is to communicate fresh ideas within the groups and to provide conference experience to PhD students However the workshop is open to everyone In year 2016 workshop will be organized by the Slovenian Pattern Recognition Society It will be held in Rimske Toplice Slovenija from February 3rd 5th 2016

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  • Venue | CVWW2016
    Terme and was first mentioned in a written document of Aquileia in 1486 but really came to life after 1840 when merchant Gustav Adolf Ulrich from Trieste who was healed as a result of the beneficial effects of the thermal water purchased it in the name of his wife Amalija You can read more about Rimske Terme here How to get there Rimske Toplice is located between three major transport

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  • People | CVWW2016
    published over 50 peer reviewed publications whereof 30 publications are at top venues in computer vision machine learning and robotics From 2008 to 2011 he did his postdoc with Prof Trevor Darrell at the International Computer Science Institute as well as UC Berkeley on a Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation He did his PhD between 2004 and 2008 at the TU Darmstadt after he got

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  • Program | CVWW2016
    20 00 Swimming 20 00 later Conference Dinner Friday February 5th 7 00 9 00 Breakfast 9 00 9 50 Oral Session 5 Performance evaluations and datasets 9 50 10 20 Coffee Break 10 20 11 10 Oral Session 6 Robotics 11 10 11 35 Closing and next CVWW 12 00 14 00 Lunch Sessions Oral Session 1 Optimization Methods session chair Danijel Skocaj Solving Dense Image Matching in Real Time using Discrete Continuous Optimization Alexander Shekhovtsov Christian Reinbacher Gottfried Graber Thomas Pock Fast L1 based RANSAC for homography estimation Jonáš Šerých Ondrej Drbohlav Jiri Matas Oral Session 2 Medical and biological image analysis session chair Walter Kropatsch A Longitudinal Diffeomorphic Atlas Based Tissue Labeling Framework for Fetal Brains using Geodesic Regression Roxane Licandro Georg Langs Gregor Kasprian Robert Sablatnig Daniela Prayer Ernst Schwartz Detection of cell populations in flow cytometry data using combinations of Gaussian mixtures Michael Reiter Paolo Rota Florian Kleber Stefanie Groeneveld Krentz Tom Groeneveld Michael Dworzak invited Oral Session 3 Recognition detection categorization session chair Jiri Matas Manifold Representation of Fabric A Challenging Task Jan Stria Ines Janusch Nicole Artner Vaclav Hlavac Walter Kropatsch invited BaCoN Building a Classifier from only N Samples Georg Waltner Horst Bischof Michael Opitz Real Time Eye Blink Detection using Facial Landmarks Tereza Soukupova Jan Cech Oral Session 4 Low level Vision session chair Christian Reinbacher MultiHAF A Deterministic Approach for Robust Multi homography Estimation Daniel Barath Levente Hajder invited Hessian Interest Points on GPU Jaroslav Sloup Jiri Matas Michal Perdoch Stepan Obdrzalek Learning variational models for blind image deconvolution Erich Kobler Thomas Pock invited Poster and Demo Session session chair Matej Kristan 2D tracking of Platynereis dumerilii worms during spawning Daniel Pucher Walter Kropatsch Nicole Artner Stephanie Bannister A Computer Vision System for Chess Game Tracking Can Koray Emre Sumer

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  • Gallery | CVWW2016
    Vision Winter Workshop Main menu Skip to primary content Home About Venue People Program Gallery Participate Authors Presenters Registration Contact Gallery Photo credit Christian Reinbacher and Luka Čehovin Proudly powered

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  • Call for Papers | CVWW2016
    a full paper of up to eight pages plus and additional page of references The reviewing process will be double blind Accepted papers will be published in the printed proceedings and on our website Further information and detailed instructions can be found at the workshop webpage Important dates 20th December 2015 Deadline for paper submission firm deadline 15th January 2016 Notification of acceptance 22th January 2016 Deadline for camera ready submission and registration 3rd 5th February 2016 Workshop Workshop chairs Luka Čehovin Rok Mandeljc Vitomir Štruc Invited speaker Mario Fritz is a Senior Recearcher at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and Junior Faculty at the Saarland University He is heading a group on Scalable Learning and Perception His research interest are centered around computer vision and machine learning but extend to natural language processing human computer interaction computer graphics robotics and more general challenges in AI He has published over 50 peer reviewed publications whereof 30 publications are at top venues in computer vision machine learning and robotics From 2008 to 2011 he did his postdoc with Prof Trevor Darrell at the International Computer Science Institute as well as UC Berkeley on a Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship of the

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  • Submission Instructions | CVWW2016
    template for submissions and an example paper to demonstrate the format Please refer to this example for detailed formatting instructions If you intend to use something other than LaTeX to prepare your paper e g MS Word you have to ensure that your paper looks as expected by yourself A paper ID will be allocated to you during submission Please replace the asterisks in the example paper with your paper s own ID before uploading your file Instructions and Policies Paper format Paper format is A4 two column The allowed paper length is 6 to 8 pages Double blind review CVWW2016 reviewing is double blind authors do not know the names of the reviewers of their papers and reviewers do not know the names of the authors Please read Section 2 5 of the example paper for detailed instructions on how to preserve anonymity Also remember to avoid information that may identify the authors in the acknowledgements e g co workers and grant IDs and in the supplemental material e g titles in the movies or attached papers Dual submission The papers are expected to present novel work Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings Authors will be given an opportunity to withdraw their paper from the proceedings so that no restrictions on submitting the work to other conferences and journals is imposed Supplementary material Authors may optionally upload supplementary material Typically this material might include result videos that cannot be included in the main paper anonymized related submissions to other conferences and journals and appendices or technical reports containing extended proofs and mathematical derivations that are not essential for understanding of the paper Note that the contents of the supplementary material should be referred to appropriately in the paper and that reviewers are not obliged to look

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