The International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), sponsored
by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, is the premier forum for
the presentation of technological advances and research results
in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied image and
video processing. ICIP-2010, the seventeenth in the series that
has been held annually since 1994, will bring together leading engineers
and scientists in image processing from around the world. Research
frontiers in fields ranging from traditional image processing applications
to evolving multimedia and video technologies are regularly advanced
by results first reported in ICIP technical sessions, more. Topics of
interest for submissions include, but are not limited to:
1. IMAGE/VIDEO CODING AND TRANSMISSION:
Still image and video coding, model-based and synthetic-natural
hybrid coding, source/channel coding, stereoscopic and 3-D coding,
coding standards, image and video over networks, and video streaming.
2. IMAGE/VIDEO PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS:
Image filtering and enhancement, restoration, multiframe image
restoration, video segmentation and tracking, wavelets and multiresolution
processing, morphological processing, color and multispectral
processing, stereoscopic and 3-D processing, modeling, analysis,
biometrics, interpolation and super-resolution, motion detection
and estimation, and computer vision.
3. IMAGE FORMATION:
Biomedical imaging, remote sensing imaging, geophysical and seismic
imaging, optical imaging, and synthetic-natural hybrid image systems.
4. IMAGE SCANNING, PRINTING, DISPLAY AND COLOR:
Scanning and sampling, quantization and halftoning, color reproduction,
image representation and rendering, display and printing systems,
image quality assessment.
5. IMAGE/VIDEO STORAGE, RETRIEVAL, AND Authentication:
Image and video databases, image search and sorting, video indexing
and editing, integration of images and video with other media,
content-based multimedia, multimedia applications, authentication
Application of image processing technology to any field, including
biomedical sciences, astronomy, geosciences, environment, humanities,
and document processing.