Revisión del 14:34 12 sep 2011 de Jm.lopez (Discusión | contribuciones) (Call for papers)

Research question

Control de sistemas multirobot ligados.
Control por refuerzo (con y sin modelo).

Estado burocrático de la tesis

Manuel Graña
Inscrita la tesis (Manuel Graña)
DEA realizado

Call for papers

Special Issue on Recognition and Action for Scene Understanding

Scene Understanding has become a popular topic in Computer Science which combines issues such as attention in cognitive systems, object detection and recognition, global scene recognition and human sensing. Hence, it involves joining efforts and sharing knowledge from different research areas such as Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Machine Intelligence, Software Engineering and Cognitive Sciences. Besides, it is closely related to several emerging application areas (e.g., smart environments, video surveillance, visual-based mobile robot navigation, wearable sensors, and the detection and understanding of events and activities in video data).

This Special Issue is meant to bring together researchers which address the problem of Scene Understanding from the perspective of the Robotics and Computer Vision research communities. The topics of the conference include, but are not limited to:

 - perceptual search and attention guidance in scenes,
 - multimodal perception,
 - spatio-temporal reasoning,
 - active spatial exploration,
 - object recognition from local features,
 - structure for object recognition,
 - 3D object recognition,
 - object categorization,
 - conceptualization and scene classification,
 - grammars for objects and scenes,
 - objects in context: scenes and objects,
 - scene recognition without objects,
 - visual localization,
 - human behaviour understanding,
 - mobile robot navigation: mapping and visual SLAM,
 - surveillance,
 - smart environments: computational perception of human activities,
 - wearable sensors for visually impaired people.

Authors are encouraged to submit their papers electronically by using online manuscript submission at:

All papers will be rigorously refereed and will undergo a competitive selection process. Papers already submitted or presented in a Conference may be submitted for this Special Issue provided the authors have obtained significant new results or developed significant new methods over and above what was already submitted or presented at a Conference.

Important Dates

Submission deadline: December 20, 2011 Notification to authors: March 20, 2012 Publication data (tentative): September, 2012 Guest Editors

Antonio Bandera University of Málaga Málaga, Spain

Jorge Dias Universidade Coimbra Coimbra, Portugal

Francisco Escolano University of Alicante Alicante, Spain