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Last GbR call for paper

Brun Luc brun at leri.univ-reims.fr
Sun Oct 3 14:12:15 EST 2004



       5th IAPR-TC15 Workshop on Graph based representations for
       pattern recognition

       April 11-13, 2005


       http://www.greyc.ismra.fr/gbr/ (do not forget the ending /)

The deadline for paper submission has been extended to October 7,
2004. Please note that no paper submission may be accepted after this


   Deadline for paper submission:     October   7, 2004
   Notification of acceptance:        November 18, 2004
   Deadline for camera ready version: December 16, 2004

CONTACT : gbr at leri.univ-reims.fr or luc.brun at greyc.ismra.fr


GbR is a biennial workshop organized by the technical committee 15 of
the IAPR, aimed at encouraging research works in Pattern Recognition
and Image Analysis within the graph theory framework. GbR 2005 will
provide a forum for presenting and discussing research results and
applications in the intersection of pattern recognition and image
analysis on one side and graph theory on the other side. The workshop
will be organized conjointly with the international Conference on
Discrete Geometry and Computer Imagery (DGCI) with a common session on
the 13th of April. Several invited speakers will also present the
state of the art in research fields concerned with the conference


Original  and unpublished  papers are  welcome, concerning  theory and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

* graph based clustering,  

* graph matching,
* graph based  image segmentation,
* irregular (graph) pyramids,
* graph representation of shapes,
* graph abstraction,
* graphs vs rigid structures (quadtrees, pyramids),
* graph transformations,

* data mining with graphs.



Prospective contributors are encouraged to submit papers and to attend
GbR 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 a special issue of Pattern Recognition
 journal .

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 GbR 2005.



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