University of Ljubljana
Derek R. Magee,
University of Leeds, UK
- David Hogg, University of Leeds (UK)
- Stanislav Kovacic, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- Ahmed I. Shihab, Kingston University (UK)
- Chris Needham, University of Leeds (UK)
- Bob Fisher, University of Edinburgh (UK)
- Marco Bertini, University of Florence (Italy)
- Jim Little,
University of British Columbia (Canada)
- Vincent Lepetit, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (Switzerland)
- Justus Piater, Universite de Liege (Belgium)
- James M. Orwell, Kingston University (UK)
- Andrew J. Stoddart, ViconPeak/OMG plc ( UK)
- James Ferryman, Reading University (UK)
- Greg Mori, Simon Fraser University (Canada)
- Stefan Carlsson, KTH (Sweden)
- Josephine Sullivan, KTH (Sweden)
- Slobodan Ribaric, University of Zagreb (Croatia)
Video-based analysis of sport events is an important tool in analysis of individual players and sport teams, but usually requires many hours of manual work. Computer vision based methods can provide help in automating many of those tasks, for example tracking, annotation, indexing and automatic generation of semantic descriptions.
On the other hand, sport provides plenty of opportunities for engineers to test the new and promising general purpose motion analysis methods on real data in the sport environments, which have some distinctive advantages over other testbeds: well documented rules, constraints and requirements.
- tracking of athletes/players
- ball tracking
- motion data processing and analysis
- individual activity detection, recognition and analysis
- team (multi-agent) activity detection, recognition and analysis
Registration for the CVBASE06 workshop is managed by ECCV 2006 organizers. To register for the main conference and/or any of the workshops, go to the following page: http://eccv2006.tugraz.at/registration.html. Please note: you do *not* need to register for the main ECCV conference if you plan to attend only the CVBASE 06 workshop - register only for the workshop(s) you wish to attend.
The registration fee for the CVBASE 06 workshop is 80 EUR. The price is the same for regular and for the student participants. On-site registration will be possible as well.
- 11.05.2007 - Editorial decisions regarding CVIU special issue sent to authors.
- 25.05.2006 - Detailed Instructions for CVIU special issue added.
- 03.05.2006 - The workshop will take place in room HS XII at the old building of Graz University of Technology, Rechbauerstrasse 12 - see "Workshop venue" on the map.
- 21.04.2006 - We are pleased to announce Pascal Fua as an invited speaker.
- 21.04.2006 - Presentation and poster instructions added.
- 13.04.2006 - Preliminary program published.
- 17.03.2006 - Final paper submission instructions published.
- 15.03.2006 - List of accepted papers added to program section.
- 13.02.2006 - CVBASE 06 Workshop registration info added.
- 10.02.2006 - We would like to thank all authors for their submissions. We will announce acceptance decisions once the review process is finished.
- 06.02.2006 - Problems with uploads of PDF files over 1 MB seem to be resolved. If you experienced any problems when submitting paper, please try again.
- 06.02.2006 - We apologize for the blackout during the weekend. Whole university network was down.
- 01.02.2006 - Due to the numerous requests, deadline extended to February 7.
There will be no further extensions. Please register yourself into the
paper submission system as soon as possible, and, if you can, send
the abstract of your paper by email.
- 24.01.2006 - Paper submission is opened.
- 16.12.2005 - Author instructions added to Submission section.
- 15.12.2005 - Link to SCEPTRE datased added to Downloads section.
- 09.12.2005 - MInor fix for dataset published.
- 08.11.2005 - CVIU special issue announced.
- 07.11.2005 - Dataset available for download!
- 14.10.2005 - Dataset preview available in Downloads section.
- 14.10.2005 - Website online.
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