CAMP '95

Computer Architectures for Machine Perception

Villa Olmo, Como, Italy
September, 18-20 1995

Call for Papers

CAMP '95 is the third in a series of workshops initiated with CAMP '91 in Paris and CAMP '93 in New Orleans. The CAMP workshops represent a continuation of the very successful IEEE CAPAMI (Computer Architectures for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence) workshops held during the 1970's and 1980's.

The following topics are suggested; however other topics are also welcome.

Virginio Cantoni
Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica
Via Abbiategrasso, 209
27100 Pavia, Italy

Jean Luc Basille, Univ. of Toulouse
Luigi P. Cordella, Univ. of Naples
Vito Di Gesù, Univ. of Palermo
Marco Ferretti, Univ. of Pavia
Concettina Guerra, Univ. of Padua
Jon Webb, Carnegie Mellon Univ.
Masatsugu Kidode, Toshiba Res. Lab.
Stefano Levialdi, Univ. of Rome
James Little, Univ. of British Columbia
Larry Davis, Univ. of Maryland
Terry Fountain, Univ. College London
Magdy Bayoumi, Univ. of Southwestern Louisiana
Eduard Montseny, Polytechnical Univ. of Catalonia
Ramakant Nevatia, Univ. of Southern California
Per-Erik Danielsson, Univ. of Linkoping
Peter Burt, SRI International
Pieter Jonker, Delft Univ. of Technology
Anthony Reeves, Cornell Univ.
Jorge Sanz, Univ. of Illinois
Steven Tanimoto, Univ. of Washington
Takashi Matsuyama, University of Okayama
Charles C. Weems, Univ. of Massachusetts
Bertrand Zavidovique, Univ. of Paris XI.

Massimo Savini, Alessandra Setti
Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica
Via Abbiategrasso, 209
27100 Pavia, Italy

Four copies of extended abstract (12 point type, double-spaced, not exceeding 10 pages) should be submitted to Alessandra Setti at the address above.
Abstract should be received by February 28, 1995. Authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection by April 21, 1995. Accepted manuscripts will be due by May 31, 1995.
For additional information or a copy of the advance program when available, contact Alessandra Setti.

The conference center is Villa Olmo, a beautiful neoclassic building of the 18th Century facing the lake, located in Como, a city between Milano and the Swiss border. Como is served by the European railways and motorways system, and by the nearby airport of Milan.

During the week preceding CAMP '95, participants will have the opportunity to attend the 8th International Conference on Image Analysis and Processing (ICIAP) which will be held in Sanremo, September 13-15, 1995. For additional information please contact the general chairmen L. De Floriani, and G. Vernazza, DISI, University of Genoa, Viale Benedetto XV, N. 3, I-16132 Genova Italy, fax +39 10 3538028,

Centro di Cultura Scientifica "Alessandro Volta"
Villa Olmo, Via Cantoni 1
22100 Como (Italy)
Tel +39 31 572213
Fax +39 31 573395

The registration fee (in US dollars) includes admission to the scientific sessions, workshop proceedings, coffee breaks, the get-together and farewell parties, lunches in the villa, and the conference banquet dinner.
Advance Registration (before 15.06.1995)
Full-time student $ 200
Other participants $ 350
Late/On-site Registration (after 15.06.1995)
Full-time student $ 250
Other participants $ 400

In cooperation with Association for Computing Machinery ACMSIGART/SIGARCH, International Association for Pattern Recognition, IEEE Computer Society TC on Computer Architecture, PAMI TC.

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