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DGCI 2005: Last Call for Paper: Extended dead-line

DGCI 2005 dgci at sic.univ-poitiers.fr
Sun Oct 3 14:12:04 EST 2004

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       12th International Conference on
       Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery

       April 13-15, 2005




Deadline for paper submission has been extended to October 7, 2004 but
note this is a hard limit.



   Deadline for paper submission:     October  7, 2004
   Notification of acceptance:        December 1, 2004
   Deadline for camera ready version: January  5, 2005

CONTACT : dgci at sic.univ-poitiers.fr


DGCI'2005 is  the 12th in  the series of international  conferences on
Discrete  Geometry  for  Computer   Imagery.  The  aim  is  to  gather
researchers in  discrete geometry and topology,  discrete models, with
applications in image analysis and image synthesis.

Discrete  geometry plays  an expanding  role  in the  fields of  shape
modelling,  image  synthesis,  and   image  analysis.  It  deals  with
topological  and   geometric  definitions  of   digitized  objects  or
digitized  images and  provides both  a theoretical  and computational
framework for computer imaging.

This  edition of  DGCI follows  the  successful 2003  edition held  in
Naples, Italy.  It  is organized by the SIC  laboratory (Signal, Image
et  Communication laboratory,  Université de  Poitiers). It  will take
place in Poitiers from April 13 to April 15, 2005.

The  conference  will  offer   invited  talks,  lectures  on  selected
articles, presentations of  selected posters, and demonstrations.  The
proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer Verlag, in
the  Lecture Notes in  Computer Science  series. Extended  versions of
selected papers will be published in two special issues of journals.



Original  and unpublished  papers are  welcome, concerning  theory and
applications on:

- Discrete Geometry and Topology 
- Models and Geometric Transforms 
- Surfaces and Volumes 
- Discrete Shape Representation and Analysis
- Morphological Analysis 
- Shape Recovery, Image Generation, Reconstruction  and Visualization



Prospective contributors are encouraged to submit papers and to attend
DGCI 2005.  Each paper  will be  reviewed by at  least two  reviewers. 
Accepted papers will be  included in the proceedings volume, published
by Springer-Verlag in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science.



The authors of the best papers will be invited to submit an extended
version of their article in two special issue journals:
- Computer & Graphics;
- Discrete Applied Mathematics.


Full details of the conference can be found on our website at

Please pass on this email to any colleagues who may be interested.

We look forward to welcoming you to Poitiers for DGCI 2005.


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