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New International Journal
IPSJ Transactions on Computer Vision and Applications
* Research papers (Special Issue on MIRU2008) have been released on September
Browse papers on IPSJ Transactions on CVA.
Scope and Aims
The IPSJ Transactions on Computer Vision and Applications (CVA) is an online journal publication , which features research articles, reviews, and letters in all areas of fundamental and applied computer vision. Any article can be read, downloaded, and/or printed at no cost; the free access promotes high exposure.
The IPSJ Transactions on CVA is a scholarly archival journal designed to inform readers of the state of the art in the field of computer vision and its applications.
Call for Papers
- Special Issue on OMNIVIS2009 : Submission Deadline - January 29, 2010
- Special Issue on MIRU2009 : Submission Deadline - November 10, 2009
- Special Issue on PSIVT2009 : Submission Deadline -
March 31, 2009 April 7, 2009 (closed)
- Special Issue on MIRU2008 : Submission Deadline -
September 20, 2008 October 5, 2008 (closed)
- Special Issue on ACCV2007 (closed)
E-mail to the following address to contact us:
|cva-editor at am.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp
||(Editor in chief and associate editors in chief)
|cva-office at am.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp
Instructions for Authors
CVA article types are as follows. There is no limit on the number of pages.
(1) Research Paper
A research paper shall contain new technical contributions. Originality
in concepts and validation through experiments are prerequisites.
(2) Systems Paper
This type of paper shall describe a vision system that either provides a new practical functionality or demonstrates a new application.
Papers on systems that significantly exceed state-of-the-art performance
are also acceptable.
(3) Position Paper
A position paper shall analyze the development of an area or topic, with
the intent of providing opinions on state-of-the-art work and
suggestions for future directions. This type of paper can also be philosophical
in nature, arguing for or against different competing methodologies.
(4) Survey Paper
A survey paper shall describe all major work leading to state-of-the-art techniques in an area or topic. Such a paper is expected
to provide an overview on the area or topic, educate readers on the major issues, and compare and contrast approaches.
(5) Technical Note
Technical notes provide a fast publication path for novel research results
or provide in-depth explanations on well-known techniques.
These in-depth explanations must not be covered in prior publications.
Descriptions of databases for public research use are also acceptable.
Manuscripts must be submitted in PDF format through the online submission
All accepted manuscripts must be formatted using the LaTeX system with
the IPSJ journal format.
The authors are responsible for preparing the final camera-ready formatted
version. The IPSJ Stylefile can be downloaded from the IPSJ web site.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by email. The authors may proofread
the manuscript once before publication.
Papers should cover:
- Sensors, Range Imaging, Stereo vision, Cognitive vision, Active vision,
Physics-based vision, Real Time Systems, Smart Sensors, Omnidirectional
Vision, Projector-camera systems
- Early Vision, Filtering, Image and Data Representation, Feature Extraction, Segmentation, Texture and Color, Illumination and Reflectance, Super-resolution
- Camera Calibration, Modeling, Shape Representation, 2D and 3D modeling, Shape from X, Image Registration, Motion Analysis, Tracking
- Invariance in Recognition, Target/Object Recognition, Scene Analysis & Understanding, Statistical Pattern Recognition, Structural and Syntactic Pattern Recognition, Neural Networks, Classification, Clustering, Statistical Methods, Manifold Learning, Kernel Methods, Support Vector Machines, Perceptual Learning, Learning Performance and Evaluation
- Vision for Graphics, Visualization, Cultural Heritage Preservation, Image-Based Modeling
- Face and Gesture, Surveillance, Biometrics, Human-computer Interaction, Medical Image Analysis, Biomedical Imaging
- Image Database Systems, Multimedia, Image and Video Retrieval, OCR, Document Analysis and Understanding, Video Analysis, Event Recognition
- Visual Navigation, Human-Robot Interaction, Humanoid Robots, Automation and Robotics, Visual Inspection
- Intelligent Transport Systems, Remote Sensing
The authors of accepted papers are requested to pay publication fee. The
price is decided by the IPSJ.
(From April 1, 2008)
Publication Fee (tax included): ¥12,180 (JPY) / page
Online Manuscript Submission:
Please enter the requested information on the registration page.
Upon successful registration you will be sent an e-mail with instructions to submit your manuscript.
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