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Alexander Bernstein, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russian Federation)
Rubita Sudirman, University of Technology, Malaysia (Malaysia)
laus Simon, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (EMPA) (Switzerland)
A. K. Jain, Michigan State University (United States)
Wafa’ AlSharafat, Al Al-Bayt University (Jordan)
A. Skowron, Warsaw University, Warsaw (Poland)
Mohamed El-Sayed Farag, Al-Azhar University (Egypt)
H. Bunke, Institute of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics (IAM) (Switzerland)
Li Jun, Chongqing University (China)
Jianxiong WANG, Guangzhou University (China)
J. Keller, University of Missouri (United States)
Murat Orhun, Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul (Turkey)
L. A. Zadeh, University of California, Berkeley (United States)
Anrong Xue, Jiangsu University (China)
L. Kanal, University of Maryland (United States)
Cristina Ofelia Stanciu, Tibiscus University in Timisoara (Romania)
M. Jambu, CIMPA (France)
Chi-Cheng Cheng, National Sun Yat-Sen University (Taiwan)
R. Chellappa, University of Maryland (United States)
Dear Distinguished Delegates and Guests,
The Organizing Committee warmly welcomes our distinguished delegates and guests to the 2013 The 6th International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV 2013) held on November 16-17, 2013, London, United Kingdom.
The ICMV 2013 is organized and sponsored by Science and Engineering Institute (SCIEI) and many other universities all around the world. The ICMV 2013 is organized to gather members of our international community of scientists so that researchers from around the world can present their cutting-edge work: expanding our community’s knowledge and insight into the significant challenges currently being addressed in that research. The conference Program Committee is itself quite diverse and truly international with membership from the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania.
These proceedings record the fully refereed papers presented at the conference. The main conference themes and tracks are Machine Vision. The main goal of these events is to provide international scientific forums for exchange of new ideas in a number of fields that interact in-depth through discussions with their peers from around the world. Both inward research; core areas of Machine Vision and outward research; multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, and applications will be covered during these events.
The conference has solicited and gathered technical research submissions related to all aspects of major conference themes and tracks. All the submitted papers in the proceedings have been peer reviewed by reviewers drawn from the scientific committee, external reviewers, and editorial board depending on the subject matter of the paper. Reviewing and initial selection were undertaken electronically. After the rigorous peer-review process, the submitted papers were selected on the basis of originality, significance, and clarity for the purpose of the conference. The selected papers and additional late-breaking contributions to be presented as lectures will make an exciting technical program. The conference program is extremely rich, featuring high-impact presentations.
The high quality of the program–guaranteed by the presence of an unparalleled number of internationally recognized top experts–can be assessed when reading the contents of the program. The conference will therefore be a unique event where attendees will be able to appreciate the latest results in their field of expertise, and to acquire additional knowledge in other fields. The program has been structured to favor interactions among attendees coming from many diverse horizons, scientifically, geographically, from academia and from industry.
We also provide social events during the conference to encourage positive interactions.
We would like to thank the program chairs, organization staff, and the members of the program committees for their work.
We are grateful to all those who have contributed to the success of ICMV 2013. We hope that all participants and other interested readers benefit scientifically from the proceedings and also find it stimulating in the process. Finally, we would like to wish you success in your technical presentations and social networking.
We hope you have a unique, rewarding and enjoyable weekend at ICMV 2013 in London, United Kingdom.
With our warmest regards,