Tier II (CIPPRS
Archived) submissions. Deadline: April 23, 2006
Summary: VP4S-06 workshop provides opportunity for the papers that
were not accepted for IEEE publishing, as well as for the submissions other
than regular-size papers, to be presented and archived. They will be archived
electronically at the CIPPRS web-site, mirrored at the VP4S-06 workshop
What can be submitted: Late full-size papers (which missed Tier I
deadline), short papers, posters (with
extended , Demos (with Description), Industrial Project Reports, Student
Les soumissions pour Tier II en franšaise
Layout: All accepted Tier II submission will be presented at
the poster/demo session, which will be held concurrently with the poster
session of joint conferences (AI'06, GI'06, CRV'06).
They will thus have however the same exposure to the attendees of all joint
conferences as other workshop papers. They will
also be included with the links at the VP4S-06 workshop website.
Formatting: The formatting, submissions and archival of these materials
resembles that of such conferences as CHI, SIGGRAPH, Biometrics. The authors
have to choose the size and the format of their submission that suits the
best the needs of their presentation, which is usually one of the following:
- Extended Abstract (1-2 pages)
- Short Paper (2-4 pages),
- Regular Paper (4-10 pages)
- Reports, surveys, reviews (pages as needed)
- Posters (usually Powerpoint slides
converted to pdf)
All submissions must be converted to PDF to be
Supplementing electronic material is welcomed and can be submitted using the Submission
How to submit: Follow the step described in 1.c
and 1.d below. Make sure that you receive the confirmation number!
Tier I (IEEE
archived) submissions. Final papers due March 24
* The formatting and submission of final papers accepted for publication
within CVR proceedings have to follow exactly the instructions provided at
the CRV website (click here)
* The Copyright form and the registration payment have to be received
for paper to be published.
Summary: Formatting of the papers for the VP4S-06 workshop follows
closely the formatting used for such conferences as CVPR'06, GI'06 and
though the workshop's own paper template is
Blind review condition: VP4S-06 reviewing is double blind: authors
do not know the names of the reviewers of their papers, and reviewers do not
know the names of the authors.
Dual submission : By submitting this
manuscript to VP4S-06, the authors assert that it has not been previously
published in substantially similar form, and no paper currently under
submission to a conference contains significant overlap with this one.
Size and language: Papers should be written in English, complete, and have eight double-column pages
Papers must be submitted in PDF format. To obtain the PDF format, please
use the template files provided in this directory, which
- A sample paper: crv-template.pdf
- Word (.doc) template: crv-template.doc
- LaTeX template: zipped file crv-template.zip containing crv-template.tex and other needed files .
If you use the template, instead of PAPER ID (since you don't know it)
please use PAPER KEYWORD.
LaTeX users, please try
to generate .pdf from your .tex file using pdflatex
This page explains and and will guide
you though in using pdflatex.
1.c Supplementing material:
It is understood that the results on video processing and recognition
cannot be truly evaluated without the support of the related video material.
Therefore, the electronic Submission
Upload Page has been set to allow
authors to upload supplementing material. The authors are encouraged to use
to the best of their benefit.
1.d Electronic submission:
Submission of papers for the workshop is done in 3-step process
Step 1: Authors upload their PDF-formatted paper and all supplemental
material (as .pdf or .zip, or both) via the Submission
Upload page, following the naming conventions described.
Step 2: After your file(s) have been uploaded and you see them listed at
Upload page, you must email a short email to the Submission
Chair (at email@example.com)
with subject "VP4S-06 submission" and the following
1) the title of the paper,
2) keywords of the paper,
3) the names and affiliations of the authors
4) the name and email of the contact author
5) the name(s) of the file(s) you have uploaded.
Step 3: Upon the reception of your email, the confirmation with the
submission number will be emailed to you. VERY IMPORTANT: if you don't
receive it within 24 hours, it means that (for whatever spam/server
related problems) your submission was not received, in which case please
contact the Co-Chairs at the numbers listed at the main page.
If (for whatever reasons) you are unable to upload your files using Submission
Upload page, then you still may try to email it directly Submission
Chair . However, due to email/spam-filter problems, and especially if
you paper is larger than 1Mb, there's no guarantee that your email will be