2018 the 3rd International Conference on Multimedia and Image Processing (ICMIP 2018) is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied multimedia and image processing. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Biological/Medical Image Processing

  • Coding and Transmission

  • Colour Reproduction

  • Combining Image-based and Virtual Content for Scene Rendering

  • Computational Photography

  • Crime Detection based on Multimedia Analysis

  • 3-D processing

  • Design and Construction

  • Games

  • Illumination, Sampling and Scanning

  • Image Enhancement

  • Image and Video Processing Hardware and Software

  • Image Rendering and Quality

  • Imaging Sensors and Acquisition Systems

  • Implementations and Architectures

  • Innovative Multimedia Systems or Devices

  • Intelligent Multimedia Interface

  • Intelligent e-Health based on Multimedia Analysis

  • Internet/Mobile Multimedia Sharing

  • Light Fields and Multiple-view Signal Processing

  • Mobile Plenoptic Acquisition and Display

  • Morphological Operations

  • Motion Detection and Estimation

 

  • Multimedia Communication

  • Multimedia Content Security

  • Multimedia Copyright Protection

  • Multimedia Data Mining

  • Multimedia Processing

  • Multimedia Semantic Analysis

  • Multimedia Content Understanding

  • Multimedia Database Management

  • Multispectral, Colour and Texture Processing

  • New Plenoptic Display Approaches and Devices

  • New Sensor Designs for Plenoptic Signal Acquisition

  • Neural, Adaptive and Fuzzy Processing

  • Object Detection and Tracking

  • Omni-directional and Panoramic Signal Processing

  • Processing and Analysis

  • Quantization

  • Retrieval and Multimedia

  • Security and Privacy in Multimedia Social Networks

  • Spatial and Temporal Plenoptic Sampling

  • Stereo Imaging and Display

  • Video and Image Sequence Processing

  • Volumetric Methods

 

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