Accepted papers
Image Annotation Using Principal Component Analysis of Census Transform
Jungwon Hwang, HyunCheol Kim, Whoi-Yul Kim

Progressive and Autonomous Approach Towards the Generation of Personalized Web Maps
Nafaa Jabeur, Nabil Sahli

Spatial Pyramid Local Keypoints Quantization for Bag of Visual Patches Image Representation
Yousef Alqasrawi, Daniel Neagu, Peter Cowling

Semi-Automatic Annotation System for Home Videos
Aboul Ella Otifey Hassanien, Nashwa El-Bendary, Hossam Zawbaa, Vaclav Snasel

Processing 3D Scanner Data for Virtual Reality
Csaba Szabó, Štefan Korecko, Branislav Sobota

Identifying an Efficient and Robust Sub-Shot Segmentation Method for Home Movie Summarisation
Saman Cooray, Noel O'Connor

International Workshop on
Computational Intelligence for Multimedia
Visual Information Processing
(CIMVIP’2010)
under the framework of
the 10th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications ISDA’10
November 29 – December 1, 2010, Cairo, Egypt
Conference web page:
http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/
Workshop web page:
http://pythia.inf.brad.ac.uk/CIMVIP_ISDA2010/
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners from different fields with interest in applications of data mining, artificial intelligence and computer vision in processing video and image resources. The wide spread use of social networks allows people to upload and share their personal images and videos. Low cost storage and image/video capturing devices have led to the availability of huge amounts of multimedia data, such as pictures and video records, which come at the cost of increased pressure to process them. More research needs to be done in terms of processing, analyzing, mining, managing and searching multimedia visual data. We are looking for original and high-quality submissions that address the evolution and recent developments of various multimedia visual information processing methodologies, ranging from statistical, fuzzy sets, neural, evolutionary, to hybrid soft computing for analyzing, organizing and retrieving of images and videos from the databases.
The topics for this workshop include all aspects of applying intelligent techniques to multimedia visual information processing including, but not limited to:
• Machine learning
• Fuzzy logic
• Evolutionary computation
• Data mining approaches
• Graph-based approaches
• Statistical methods
• Hybrid intelligent methods
• Intelligent agents
• Rough sets

  in:

• Intelligent content-based image and video retrieval
• Object, image and video classification
• Semantic image analysis
• Object detection and localization
• Semantic-driven context-aware visual information analysis
• Semantic image segmentations
• Local and global image labeling and annotation
• Multiple cues visual information fusion
• Intelligent similarity methods for image and video retrieval
• Visual feature extraction and description
• Visual information processing
• Mining visual information from online social networks
• Face analysis
• Medical image processing
Workshop Chairs
Yousef Alqasrawi, Daniel Neagu and Peter Cowling
Department of Computing
School of Computing, Informatics and Media
University of Bradford
BD7 1DP -United Kingdom
Y.T.N.Al-qasrawi@bradford.ac.uk, D.Neagu@bradford.ac.uk and P.I.Cowling@bradford.ac.uk
Instructions for Authors
Papers must correspond to the requirements detailed in the (Paper Submission) on the conference flyer http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/flyer.pdf. All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of ISDA'10 that will be also included in the IEEEXplore digital library.
Registration Fees
All papers must be presented by one of the authors, who must pay the registration fees.
http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/
Paper Reviewing and Publication
Submitted papers will be reviewed. Accepted papers, which should not exceed 6 pages (PDF) following the double column IEEE format. All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the ISDA'10. Extended versions of selected papers will be considered by workshop organisers for publication in Expert Systems: The Journal of Knowledge Engineering (Wiley-Blackwell). Extended versions of selected papers will be also considered for publication by the ISDA 2010 conference organisers in IJCIR, IJCISIM, JIAS, IJAC and IJGUC journals.
Tentative Dates of Submission and Acceptance
• Deadline for paper submission July 31, 2010
• Notification of acceptance September 1, 2010
• Camera-ready manuscript submission
September 30, 2010
International Program Committee

Adrian Bors

 University of York

 UK

Amr Abdel-Dayem

 Laurentian University

 Canada

Angel Sánchez

 University Rey Juan Carlos

 Spain

Cees Snoek

 University of Amsterdam

 The Netherlands

Dima Damen

 University of Bristol

 UK

Eduardo Raul Hruschka

 University of São Paulo

 Brazil

Gongde Guo

 Fujian Normal University

 China

Hassan Ugail

 University of Bradford

 UK

John Schavemaker

 TNO

 The Netherlands

Jose Santamaria Lopez

 University of Jaen

 Spain

Kenji Suzuki

 University of Chicago

 USA

Mehmet Emin Yuksel

 Erciyes University

 Turkey

Michel Crucianu

 CNAM

 France

Mohammad Azzeh  University of Bradford  UK
Paul Trundle  University of Bradford  UK
Pierre-François Marteau  University of South Brittany  France
Shamik Sural  Indian Institute of Technology  India
Yu-Chin Hu  Providence University  Taiwan