Camera Ready Copy Instructions (based on CVPR workshop instructions http://cvpr2011.org/workshops)

All Workshop papers must have one author registered to attend the conference (see registration tab).  Deadline is May 1, 1159pm MDT.  All workshop papers owe extra page fees - 6 pages=free, 7 pages=$100, 8 pages=$200.  Page fees are paid on the optional items page during the conference registration process.
 
Formatting of all workshops is the same as CVPR papers including page numbers assigned by the organizers.  Camera ready files and  completed copyright forms should follow the format of  papers (XXXX.pdf filename where XXXX is the paper ID),  XXXX-copyright.pdf.  
 
 
Similar to the camera rady submission for CVPR main conference paper, there are 4 steps.  (1) formatting your paper (with page numbers),  (2) submitting the copyright form (Please follow the copyright form instruction in our submission website), (3) verifying that your paper is compliant with IEEE's requirements for PDF files, and finally, (4) submitting the camera-ready paper.  

 

Note: Instructions for submitting camera-ready paper using CMT (based on CVPR main conference instructions)

The camera-ready paper is submitted through CMT. Please log in to our submission website and do the following:

  • For those who are PC members, go to the Author console. For all others, the Author console is the default page.
  • CMT will not rename/number your files, so please use the following naming/paging convention:
  • For the camera-ready file, name must be of the form XXXX.pdf, where XXXX is your four-digit number paper ID (zero-pad if necessary). E.g., if your paper ID is 23, the filename should be 0023.pdf.
  • Page numbering: your camera-ready paper should include page numbers starting as described above.  This is different than in past years.
  • If you wish to load a supplementary file, load the camera-ready file FIRST, then the supplementary file (loading is sequential).
  • For the supplementary file, name must be of the form XXXX-supp.YYY, where XXXX is the same as above, and YYY is either pdf or zip only.

Please limit the combined size to 10 MB.   Note Supplemental material will NOT be in Xplore and depending on space constraints may also not be in the actual conference memory-sticks. 

 

 

Table of Page numbers for accepted papers 

Paper ID Paper Starts on Page Title All Authors
1 1 Tracking through scattered occlusion Haggai Abramson (Tel Aviv University);Shai Avidan (Tel Aviv University)
4 9 Human Action Recognition in Crowded Surveillance Video Sequences by Using Features Taken from Key-Point Trajectories Masaki Takahashi (Japan Broadcasting Corporation);Mahito Fujii;Masahide Naemura;Shin'ichi Satoh (National Institute of Informatics)
7 17 Non-rigid Tracking of Musk Shrews in Video for Detection of Emetic Episodes Dong Huang (Carnegie Mellon University);Kelly Meyers;Sverine Henry;Fernando De la Torre;Charles Horn (University of Pittsburgh)
8 25 Kernel PLS Regression for Robust Monocular Pose Estimation Radu Dondera (University of Maryland);Larry Davis
12 33 Occlusion Robust Multi-Camera Face Tracking Josh Harguess(University of Texas at Austin);Changbo Hu;J. K. Aggarwal
13 41 Dynamic Modeling of Streaklines for Motion Pattern Analysis in Video Nandita Nayak(University of California, Riverside);Amit Roy-Chowdhury
14 49 Joint Gait-Pose Manifold for Video-based Human Motion Estimation Xin Zhang (Oklahoma State University);Guoliang Fan
15 57 Improved Anomaly Detection in Crowded Scenes via Cell-based Analysis of Foreground Speed, Size and Texture Vikas Reddy (NICTA);Conrad Sanderson;Brian Lovell
16 65 HMM-MIO: an enhanced hidden Markov model for action recognition Massimo Piccardi (University of Tech., Sydney);Richard Yi Da Xu;Oscar Perez Concha;Zia Moghaddam