An International Workshop to be held in conjunction with the
and sponsored by the EU ChiRoPing project: Developing versatile and robust perception using sonar systems that integrate active sensing, morphology and behaviour.
Program is below.
There has been an enormous amount of research on analysis of video data of humans, but relatively little on visual analysis of other organisms. The goal of this workshop is to stimulate and bring together the current research in this area, and provide a forum for researchers to share expertise. As we want to make this more of a discussion workshop, we encourage work-in-progress presentations. Reviewing will be lightweight and only abstracts will be circulated to attendees.
The types of issues that research will address include:
These problems can be applied to a variety of species at different sizes, such as fruit and house flies, crickets, cockroaches and other insects, farmed and wild fish, mice and rats, commercial farm animals such as poultry, cows and horses, and wildlife monitoring, etc. One aspect that they all have in common is video data.
Submit a 4 page extended abstract in English, in PDF, by email to email@example.com by July 21, 2008. The abstracts should be anonymous. Include in your email the name(s) of the author(s), institutional affiliation, complete mailing address, international phone and fax numbers. The papers presented at the workshop will be published in the workshop notes, for distribution to the participants and linked to this page after the workshop.
|Submission Deadline||July 21, 2008|
|Acceptance Notification||August 4, 2008|
|Revised Abstract Deadline||September 1, 2008|
On-line registration of workshops will be available via the ICPR2008 web page. It is not necessary to register for the full conference to attend the workshop.
|R. Fisher||University of Edinburgh|
|J. Hallam||University of South Denmark|
|Y. Xiao||University of Edinburgh|
|D. Armstrong||University of Edinburgh|
|J. W. Branch||Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Sede Medellin|
|A. Calway||University of Bristol|
|D. Forsyth||University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign|
|Y. Kita||Japanese Nat. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)|
|T. Lukins||University of Edinburgh|
|S. McKenna||Dundee University|
|M. Mirmehdi||University of Bristol|
|C. Spampinato||Universita' di Catania|
|9:30||A Particle Filter for Tracking a Firefly|
|Y. Tsukamoto, Y. Matsumoto, T. Wada|
|10:00||Automatically Extracting Drosophila Courtship Behaviour Statistics from Video|
|J.A. Heward, T.C. Lukins, M.A. Dewar, J.D. Armstrong|
|10:30||Early Pest Detection in Greenhouses|
|V. Martin, S. Moisan|
|11:30||Analysis of Kinematics and Dynamics of Butterflies in Natural Flight, with Estimation of Occluded Data|
|N. Gans, A. Chakravarthy, R. Albertani|
|12:00||Video Monitoring of Honey Bee Colonies at the Hive Entrance|
|J. Campbell, L. Mummert, R. Sukthankar|
|12:30||Tracking Dragonflies in Image Sequences|
|Y. Bachalany, F. Cabestaing, C. Vieren, S. Ambellouis, R. Olberg|
|14:00||Towards Automatic Model-Based Identification of Individual Sharp-Tailed Snakes from Natural Body Markings|
|A. Branzan Albu, G. Wiebe, P. Govindarajulu, C. Engelstoft, K. Ovaska|
|14:30||Characterising a High-Speed 3D Surface Scanner for Bat Behaviour Study|
|Y. Xiao, R. B. Fisher, M. Oscar|
|15:30||Visual Recapture for Movement Ecology at Interannual Timescales|
|S. Ravela, C. Yang, J. Runge, L. Gamble, K. McGarigal, M. Chesser, B. Timm|
|16:00||Monitoring Creatures Great and Small: Computer Vision Systems for Looking at Grizzly Bears, Fish, and Grasshoppers|
|G. Mori, M. M. Naeini, A. Rova, P. Sabzmeydani, J. Wawerla|
Email: Prof. Robert Fisher at rbf -a-t- inf.ed.ac.uk.
School of Informatics, Univ. of Edinburgh 1.26 Informatics Forum, 10 Crichton St, Edinburgh EH8 9AB, UK +44-(131)-651-3441 (direct line), +44-(131)-651-3443 (secretary) Fax: +44-(131)-651-3435