QCAV 2005 Call for Papers
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Important dates for authors
  1. Summary proposal due: Dec.10, 2004
  2. Notification of acceptance: Jan.15, 2005
  3. Camera-ready paper due: Mar.1, 2005

May 18-20, 2005

Nagoya Congress Center
Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

Artificial vision relates to the application of computers, sensors, methods, and networks to view and interpret the world through the "eyes" of a machine. Research and development in artificial vision has made tremendous strides over the last decade with the availability of high-speed, low cost computer systems, high-density, high fidelity vision sensors, and advanced internetworking capabilities such as those provided by the world wide web. Many advances in manufacturing have required tremendous corresponding advances in metrology, inspection, and data interpretation for process characterization and control that rely on the fundamental methods and technologies of artificial vision.
The International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision (QCAV) provides a forum for university, government laboratory, and industrial researchers to present and discuss innovative concepts and methods for improving the quality and efficiency of industrial processes through artificial vision. The presentations will include contributed papers and poster sessions as well as invited speakers. Papers are invited that describe novel theoretical, experimental, and applied work in image processing and computer vision for industrial quality control through improved metrology, inspection, and process characterization. Papers are solicited from, but not limited to, the following categories:
  • Vision Sensor Development and Integration
  • Optical, Electron, X-ray, Ultrasound and Other Imaging Modalities
  • Non-destructive Testing and Metrology
  • Image Processing, Transforms, Segmentation, and Pattern Recognition
  • Image Data Management, Analysis, and Interpretation
  • Process Automation, Characterization, and Control
  • Remote Diagnostics
There are many industries that are benefiting from artificial vision today. Papers are particularly encouraged from, but not limited to, the following industries:
  • Agriculture
  • Biomedical
  • Food
  • Glass
  • Mining
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Chemicals
  • Forest Products
  • Metal Casting
  • Petroleum
  • Semiconductors
  • Textiles
Call for Papers : PDF File (2004.12.14)
PDF File Ver.2(2005.3.17)

QCAV 2005, 7th international Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision, May 18-20, 2005, Japan