Special Issue "Selected Papers from the 9th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-19)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 October 2020).
Interests: visual surveillance; human action recognition
Interests: explainable AI; semantic computing; information retrieval and search
Interests: computer vision; neural networks; computational intelligence; machine learning; multimodal human computer interaction, robotics
Interests: signal processing; sensors and sensor networks; image processing
The 9th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-19), 16–18 December in London, UK, seeks contributions on the development of automated surveillance systems, adaptive behaviours and machine learning methods by harnessing data generated from very different sources and with many different features, such as social networks, smart cities, etc., to tackle the vulnerability of public spaces and individuals.
The aim of this Special Issue is to include selected papers from the 2019 9th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-19) describing research from both academia and industry, on the recent advances in the theory, application and implementation of crime detection and prevention concepts, technologies and applications. Authors of selected highly qualified papers, presented at the conference, will be invited to submit extended versions of their original papers (at least 50% extensions of contents of the conference paper with significantly different title, abstract and contents) to be fully peer-reviewed and contributions under the following conference topics:
- Surveillance systems and solutions (system architecture aspects, operational procedures, usability, scalability)
- Multicamera systems
- Information fusion (e.g., from visible and infrared cameras, microphone arrays, etc.)
- Learning systems, cognitive systems engineering and video mining
- Robust computer vision algorithms (24/7 operation under variable conditions, object tracking, multicamera algorithms, behaviour analysis and learning, scene segmentation)
- Human machine interfaces, human systems engineering and human factors
- Wireless communications and networks for video surveillance, video coding, compression, authentication, watermarking, location-dependent services
- Metadata generation, video database indexing, searching and browsing
- Embedded systems, surveillance middleware
- Gesture and posture analysis and recognition
- Biometrics (including face recognition)
- Forensics and crime scene reconstruction
- X-Ray and terahertz scanning
- Case studies, practical systems and testbeds
- Data protection, civil liberties and social exclusion issues
- Algorithmic bias and transparency for machine learning
- AI ethics
- Custom FPGA-based approximate computing
Accepted papers (after peer review) will be published immediately.
Prof. Dr. Sergio A. Velastin
Dr. Epaminondas Kapetanios
Dr. Anastasia Angelopoulou
Prof. Izzet Kale
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Surveillance systems
- Wireless communications and networks for video surveillance
- Machine learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computer vision
- Security and privacy