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  • Computer Society Press The authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their work in the form of oral poster presentation The papers should be written and presented in English only The topics of interest include but are not limited to Handwritten Text Recognition Preprocessing and Segmentation Classifier and their Combinations Multiple Sources Multiple Experts Language Models in Handwriting Recognition Machine Learning Approaches for Handwriting Analysis Classifier Fusions Information Integration Systems and Architectures Error Reduction Performance Enhancement Theoretical Issues Data Generation and Annotation Handwritten Gesture Recognition Motor Models for Writing Drawing Handwritten Drawing and Diagram Processing Forensic Studies Security Issues Writer Verification and Identification Human Reading Models Psychological Aspects Document Image Retrieval Techniques Handwritten Annotations in Documents Multimedia Systems WWW PDA Remote Applications Historical Document Processing Biometric Applications Handwritten Document Information Retrieval Writer Adaptation System IMPORTANT DEADLINES Paper submission 15 February 2010 Paper acceptance notification 31 May 2010 Camera Ready paper 23 June 2010 Tutorial proposal 30 April 2010 CONTACT ICFHR 2010 Secretariat Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Unit Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata INDIA Email icfhr2010 isical ac in Phone 91 33 2575 2850 Fax 91 33 2578 1832 SUBMISSION OF PAPER Deatails of paper submission are available at http www isical ac in icfhr2010 SubmissionOfPaper html General Chairs B B Chaudhuri ISI India S N Shrihari SUNY Buffalo USA L Schomaker Rijksuniversiteit The Netherland Programe Chairs J H Kim KAIST South Korea M Sridhar Univ of Michigan Dearborn USA E Anquetil IRISA France F Kimura Mie Univ Japan Organizing Chairs Umapada Pal ISI India Ujjwal Bhattacharya ISI India Sponsorship and Exhibition Chairs L Heutte Univ of Rouen France H Sako Hitachi Ltd Japan R Sabourin ETS Canada Finance Chair S K Parui ISI India Publication Chairs M Nasipuri JU India U Garain ISI India Publicity Chairs D Doermann Univ of Maryland USA A Antonacopoulos Univ of Salford U K C L Liu CAS China Competition Chairs V Maergner IfN Germany M Blumenstein Griffith University Australia H El Abed IFN Germany Tutorial Chairs V Govindaraju Univ of Buffalo USA B Chanda ISI India Program Committee A M Alimi Tunisia T Artieres France D K Basu India A Belaid France M Blumenstein Australia H Bunke Switzerland M Cheriet Canada M El Yacoubi USA M Fairhurst UK G Fink Germany K Franke Norway H Fujisawa Japan B Gatos Greece M Gilloux France G Houle USA J Hu USA S Impodevo Italy S Jaeger China L W Jin China K C Jung Korea S H Kim Korea K Kise Japan A Koerich Brazil P M Lallican France L Likforman Sulem France M Liwicki Germany J Llados Spain V Margner Germany P Nagabhushan India M Nakagawa Japan S Naoi Japan P Natarajan USA I S Oh Korea S Omachi Japan L E S Oliveira Brazil T Paquet France R Plamondon Canada G Pirlo Italy G Rigoll Germany N Sherkat UK C L Tan Singapore S Uchida Japan C Viard Gaudin France N Vincent France L Vuurpijl The Netherlands T Wakahara Japan K Yamamoto

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  • analysis and character recognition Impact of recognition accuracy on retrieval effectiveness Recovery and use of logical structure for retrieval Relevance feedback techniques for document retrieval Cross language and multi lingual retrieval Categorization and summarization of text documents and imaged documents Keyword spotting in document images Approximate string matching algorithms for OCR text Non textual retrieval methods Image and multimedia search Interfaces for retrieval Benchmarking and evaluation issues Other topics relating to the retrieval of documents and document images Paper Submission Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished papers in all areas of document engineering All submissions should be made electronically to the guest editor Rafael Lins via e mail rdl ufpe br Important Dates April 8 2010 Paper submissions June 15 2010 Author notification July 30 2010 Revised version due August 30 2010 Final notification September 30 2010 Camera Ready Copy Board of Reviewers All submissions to this special issue will be refereed by three of experts in the different fields of Document Engineering listed below Adel M Alimi University of Sfax Tunisia Angelo Marcelli University of Salerno Italy Apo stolos Antonacopoulos Univ of Salford UK Alejandro C Frery UFAL Brazil Andreas Dengel Kaiserslautern Univ Germany Antony Wiley Hewlett Packard Labs Bristol UK Brian Lawler Cal Poly USA Cinthia Freitas PUC Parana Brazil Daniel P Lopresti Lehigh University USA David S Doermann University of Maryland USA Elisa Barney Smith Boise State Univ USA Ergina Kavallieratou Univ of the Aegean Greece Ethan Munson U of Wisconsin Milwaukee USA Fa bio Gianetti HP Labs P Alto USA Fla vio Bortolozzi CESUMAR Brazil F Heron de Carvalho Jr Univ Fed Ceara Brazil F Ma rio Martins Universidade do Minho em Braga Portugal George Cavalcante U F PE Brazil Graham Leedham Nanyang Tech U Singapore Henry S Baird Lehigh University USA Hirobumi Nishida Ricoh SW R Center Japan J Caldas Pinto Inst Superior Te cnico Portugal Jacques Facon PUC Parana Brazil Jean Marc Ogier U de la Rochelle France Jin H Kim Computer Science Dept Korea Jian Fan HP Labs USA Jian Liang Media Management Tech USA Joa o Marques de Carvalho U F CG Brazil Jonathan J Hull Ricoh California USA Josep Llados Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Spain Juan Paz U Central de las Villas Cuba Kazem Taghva University of Nevada USA Lawrence O Gorman Avaya Labs USA Liu Wenyin City Univ of Hong Kong China Luis Corte Real Univ do Porto Portugal Luis Eduardo Oliveira U F PR Brazil Louisa Lam The Hong Kong Institute of Education Hong Kong Majid Mirmehdi University of Bristol England Marco Gori Universita di Siena Italy Maria Feldgen Univ Buenos Aires Argentina Mohamed Cheriet ETS Canada Nasser Sherkat The Nottingham Trent U UK Nelson Mascarenhas Universidade de Sa o Paulo Brazil Nicole Vincent Universite Paris 5 France Olac Fuentes U Texas at El Paso USA Pedro Rangel Henriques Universidade do Minho em Braga Portugal Pedro Quelhas Univ do Porto Portugal Pertti Vakkari University of Tampere Finland Qian Lin Hewlett Packard Labs P Alto USA Ricardo Queiroz

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  • Document collections Databases Storage Indexing Retrieval Content Management Systems E books Document Linking Techniques XLink XPath Xpointer Blogs Wikis Integration with other digital artefacts Document generation authoring tools and systems variable data printing automatically generated documents Document Analysis structure layout and content analysis categorization classification character recognition IMPORTANT DATES Full papers working sessions Abstracts due April 2 2010 Papers due April 16 2010 Acceptance notice by May 14 2010 Short papers posters demos Abstracts due May 21 2010 Papers due May 28 2010 Acceptance notice by June 18 2010 All papers Revised versions due July 2 2010 ORGANISERS General Chair Apostolos Antonacopoulos University of Salford UK Program Chairs Michael Gormish Ricoh Innovations USA Rolf Ingold University of Fribourg Switzerland Local Arrangements Chair Stefan Pletschacher University of Salford UK Technical Organisation Christos Papadopoulos University of Salford UK CONTACT doceng2010 primaresearch org Document Recognition and Retrieval XVIII Part of the IS T SPIE International Symposium on Electronic Imaging 23 27 January 2011 San Francisco California USA http www cs iit edu drr2011 Important dates 28 June 2010 Abbreviated papers due 9 August 2010 Acceptance notice 15 November 2010 Final manuscripts due Papers are solicited in but not limited to the following areas Document Recognition document segmentation and layout analysis machine printed and handwritten text recognition identification and recognition of tables or equations processing of degraded documents e g faxed or historical documents processing of multilingual documents filtering enhancement and compression techniques for document images performance metrics document degradation models web document analysis including wikis and blogs video camera and mobile phone based OCR recognition of text from natural scene images graphics recognition line art maps and technical drawings symbol signature and logo recognition document style recognition writer identification document analysis and synthesis for digital publishing template reuse and layout generation for new contents system engineering algorithms and quality assurance methods towards large scale digital libraries information extraction from forms document analysis techniques for electronic voting systems Document Retrieval keyword spotting in document images approximate string matching algorithms for OCRA Led text summarization of text documents and imaged documents text categorization from imaged documents entity tagging using OCRed text retrieval of noisy text documents messages blogs etc recovery and use of logical structure for retrieval cross language and multi lingual retrieval benchmarking and evaluation issues relevance feedback techniques for document retrieval impact of recognition accuracy on retrieval effectiveness Submissions to Document Recognition and Retrieval XVIII should contain abbreviated papers 5 7 pages Submissions should be informative describe the problem that is addressed by the paper the original contribution in the paper the way it relates to existing work and provide experimental theoretical evaluation Final manuscripts to be published in the proceedings are expected to be 8 12 pages long For the fifth year the Best Student Paper will be selected among papers whose first authors are full time students For questions and more information concerning the conference please check the conference website http www cs iit edu drr2011 Conference Chairs Gady Agam Illinois

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  • below the deadlines for upcoming conferences and an announcement of additional competitions to be held in conjunction with ICFHR 2010 in Kolkata Best regards Gernot A Fink IAPR TC11 Newsletter Editor Gernot Fink udo edu Dates n Deadlines Event Location Web Event Date Deadline paper submission BMVC 2010 Aberystwyth UK August 30 September 2 April 30 2010 http bmvc10 dcs aber ac uk DDR 2011 San Francisco January 23 27 June 28 2010 http www cs iit edu drr2011 ICDAR 2011 Bejing September 18 21 March 1 2011 http www icdar2011 org IJDAR Contents Telegram Table of contents for International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition IJDAR Volume 13 Number 1 http www springerlink com content m7531h7688jh Historical document enhancement using LUT classification Authors Tayo Obafemi Ajayi Gady Agam Ophir Frieder DOI 10 1007 s10032 009 0099 3 Page 1 17 Optical recognition of music symbols Authors A Rebelo G Capela Jaime S Cardoso DOI 10 1007 s10032 009 0100 1 Page 19 31 Improving performance of HMM based off line signature verification systems through a multi hypothesis approach Authors Luana Batista Eric Granger Robert Sabourin DOI 10 1007 s10032 009 0101 0 Page 33 47 Generation and use of handwritten CAPTCHAs Authors A Rusu A Thomas V Govindaraju DOI 10 1007 s10032 009 0102 z Page 49 64 A Bayesian network for combining descriptors application to symbol recognition Authors Sabine Barrat Salvatore Tabbone DOI 10 1007 s10032 009 0103 y Page 65 75 Call for Participation ICFHR 2010 Kolkata INDIA November 16 18 2010 http www isical ac in icfhr2010 competitions html Following 5 new competitions in addition to the 3 competitions announced earlier have recently been declared in connection with the ICFHR 2010 For details please visit the Competition Page of ICFHR 2010 website 1 Quantitative Evaluation of

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  • the case of AND 07 08 and 09 we intend that AND 2010 will provide researchers an opportunity to present their latest results toward addressing these challenges We seek papers dealing with all aspects of noisy unstructured text data and its processing Topics of Interest not limited to Methods for detecting and correcting errors in noisy text Information Retrieval from noisy text data Machine learning techniques for information extraction from noisy text Rule based approaches for handling noisy text Social network analysis involving noisy data Crowd sourcing methods for dealing with noisy data Knowledge Management of noisy text data Automatic classification and clustering of noisy unstructured text data Noise invariant document summarization techniques Text analysis techniques for analysis and mining of on line communication texts such as transcribed calls web logs chat logs tweets microblogs facebook posts and email exchanges Business Intelligence BI applications dealing with noisy text data Document Representation and Content Analysis of noisy text documents Interplay between linguistic complexity and uncertainty characterizing noisy text data in downstream applications Formal theory on characterization of noise Genre recognition based on the type of noise Characterizing modeling and accounting for historical language change Surveys relating to noisy text analytics Submission Guidelines We invite papers up to 8 pages in length in the style specified at http sites google com site and2010workshop submission Make submissions online at http www easychair org conferences conf and2010 Accepted papers will be included in the ACM Digital Library A selected number of top quality accepted papers will be invited to submit expanded versions for publication in the International Journal of Document Analysis and Recognition IJDAR published by Springer for a special issue Important Dates Abstract Submission July 16th 2010 Paper Submission July 20th 2010 Notification of Acceptance August 8th 2010 Camera Ready papers due August 15th 2010 Contact Shourya Roy shourya roy xerox com L Venkata Subramaniam lvsubram in ibm com Call for Authors repost deadline extended Pattern Recognition Machine Intelligence and Biometrics Expanding Frontiers Editor Patrick S P Wang to be published by High Education Press HEP and Springer January 2011 Invitation and Information for Authors 1 The first inauguration issue of this series of books has been planned to be published in memory of the late Prof King Sun Fu pioneer of Pattern Recognition and founding President of IAPR who was born October 2 1930 and passed away in April 29 1985 2011 will be his 81th birthday anniversary Contributors to this first issue are now invited 2 This book will be similar to the Springer HEP edition in book style and format Potential authors are encouraged to read the books about the format and style More detailed manuscript formats are available from the following Springer web site http www springer com authors book authors SGWID 0 154102 12 417900 0 The final manuscript delivery should be in Word file preferred or Latex 3 The book will include chapters with suggested 25 35 printed pages in average for each paper 4 This book

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  • of Whole Book Recognition As with past workshops an important feature of DAS 2010 was the lively Working Group discussions this time led by Marcus Liwicki The broad consensus from attendees is that the workshop was a great success In addition to the official proceedings published in the ACM Digital Library followup materials from the workshop photos PowerPoint slides etc can be found on the DAS 2010 website http cubs buffalo edu DAS2010 A special issue of IJDAR to include selected papers and the Working Group reports is also planned Contributed by Dan Lopresti DAS 2010 Co Chair TC 11 Chair Calls for Papers D I C T A 2010 Sydney Australia International Conference on Digital Image Computing Techniques and Applications DICTA is the main Australian conference on machine vision image processing pattern recognition and related areas Since its establishment DICTA has been a biannual meeting In 2008 it turned into an annual conference It is the conference of the Australian Pattern Recognition Society APRS DICTA 2010 is being held in Sydney Australia in 1 3 December 2010 The conference venue is the Mercure Sydney Hotel located in the heart of Sydney 818 820 George Street It is very close to the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre Darling Harbour Chinatown The Sydney Entertainment Centre and Sydney University and Immediate access to Sydney s major transport hub Central Railway Square which is directly linked to Sydney Airport The format of the conference will be single track with both oral presentations and posters Important Dates Call for papers 28 February 2010 Paper submission 2 July 2010 Notification of acceptance 6 August 2010 Camera ready papers due 3 September 2010 Early Registration 2 October 2010 Conference 1 3 December 2010 Topics The prospective topics of interest of DICTA 2010 are as follows Image coding and processing Shape and texture analysis Surveillance defence and industrial applications Remote sensing and spectral imaging Statistical and structural pattern recognition Computer vision Document analysis Machine learning applications in vision and imaging Human computer interaction Biomedical imaging bioinformatics and e health applications Biotechnology and medical applications of pattern recognition Associate Professor Michael Blumenstein Dean Research Science Environment Engineering and Technology Group Gold Coast Campus Griffith University Queensland 4222 Australia Email M Blumenstein griffith edu au Phone 61 7 555 28271 Fax 61 7 555 28226 LinkedIn com now hosts an OCR special interest group which is open to all researchers engineers and developers concerned with Optical Character Recognition including pen and image based character recognition as well as related tasks such as ICR IWR Go to http www linkedin com groups gid 1928744 to join provided by Andras Kornai IJDAR Contents Telegram Volume 13 Number 2 Table of contents for International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition IJDAR Volume 13 Number 2 June 2010 http www springerlink com content w212m551x425 Special Issue DRR09 Special issue on document recognition and retrieval 2009 Authors Kathrin Berkner and Laurence Likforman Sulem DOI 10 1007 s10032 010 0112 x Page 77 78 Combined

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  • maps and technical drawings Filtering and enhancement techniques for document images Document image compression Document degradation models Video and camera based OCR Applications of document recognition to the WWW and digital libraries Techniques to support spoken language access to document text audio browsing of document databases Multilingual character recognition Other topics relating to document analysis and character recognition Impact of recognition accuracy on retrieval effectiveness Recovery and use of logical structure for retrieval Relevance feedback techniques for document retrieval Cross language and multi lingual retrieval Categorization and summarization of text documents and imaged documents Keyword spotting in document images Approximate string matching algorithms for OCR text Non textual retrieval methods Image and multimedia search Interfaces for retrieval Benchmarking and evaluation issues Other topics relating to the retrieval of documents and document images Paper Submission Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished papers in all areas of document engineering The program committee will blindly review submissions to that track The author s name s and address es must not appear in the body of the paper and self reference should be in the third person This is to facilitate blind review The paper should not exceed 5 pages in ACM format Submissions should be printable on a standard printer on common paper formats such as US letter and A4 Papers should not be submitted to more than one ACM SAC track Paper submissions should be done electronically through the eCMS website https www softconf com b sac2011 Accepted papers will be published in the annual conference proceedings Authors are allowed up to 8 pages For papers with more than 5 pages in the final camera ready there will be a charge of 80USD per extra page One may refer to the final copy format at http www acm org sigs pubs proceed template html Papers presented will be selected for publication in a special issue of an international journal The last three issues of the DE Track were published in the Journal of Universal Computer Science by Springer Important Dates August 24 2010 Paper submissions October 12 2010 Author notification November 02 2010 Camera Ready Copy Program Committee Adel M Alimi University of Sfax Tunisia Angelo Marcelli University of Salerno Italy Apóstolos Antonacopoulos Univ of Salford UK Alejandro C Frery UFAL Brazil Andreas Dengel Kaiserslautern Univ Germany Antony Wiley Hewlett Packard Labs Bristol UK Brian Lawler Cal Poly USA Boris Chidlovskii Xerox Research Europe France Cinthia Freitas PUC Paraná Brazil Daniel P Lopresti Lehigh University USA David S Doermann University of Maryland USA Elisa Barney Smith Boise State Univ USA Ergina Kavallieratou Univ of the Aegean Greece Ethan Munson U of Wisconsin Milwaukee USA Fábio Gianetti HP Labs P Alto USA Fernando Pereira IST Liboa Portugal Flávio Bortolozzi CESUMAR Brazil F Heron de Carvalho Jr Univ Fed Ceará Brazil F Mário Martins Univ Minho em Braga Portugal George Cavalcanti UFPE Brazil Graham Leedham Nanyang Tech U Singapore Henry S Baird Lehigh University USA Hirobumi Nishida Ricoh SW R Center Japan

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  • Deadlines Event Location Web Event Date Deadline paper submission SAC Document Engineering March 21 25 2011 August 24 2010 TaiChung Taiwan http www acm org conferences sac sac2011 ICDAR 2011 Beijing September 18 21 March 1 2011 http www icdar2011 org Workshop proposals November 20 2010 Tutorial proposals January 20 2011 Competition proposals January 20 2011 Survey Repost Summer School in Document Analysis The IAPR TC 11 is investigating whether it would be good to organize a summer school This may be a way for graduate students and others new to a specific research area to learn about the current state of the art Such a summer school might last a week and be connected with an existing conference or it may standalone Complete our survey online at http www surveymonkey com s T2S7S3P Call for Hosting DAS 2012 Call for Proposals Nearly 100 members of the international research community gathered in Boston for the 9th IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems from June 9 11 2010 http www cubs buffalo edu DAS2010 The DAS workshop has become one of the signature events for TC 11 and DAS 2010 builds on the tradition established by past DAS workshops held in Kaiserslautern Germany 1994 Malvern PA 1996 Nagano Japan 1998 Rio de Janeiro Brazil 2000 Princeton NJ 2002 Florence Italy 2004 Nelson New Zealand 2006 and Nara Japan 2008 As usual after successfully concluding a DAS workshop individuals and groups who are interested in Document Analysis Systems are now invited to submit proposals for organizing and hosting DAS 2012 The event should preferably take place in late summer or fall but is not limited to this period The call is now open The submission deadline is December 31st 2010 If you are interested in preparing a proposal you may send

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