We would like to thank you once again for attending the Workshop.
As you already know, papers will be published in a post-proceeding.
The Springer Editorial office ask us to leave open the final paper upload in order to give authors sufficient time to update their papers with the insights gained from attending the event.
As already told during the workshop please make a little more effort to increase the number of pages or your contribution.
Thanks again for your contribution for the success of the workshop.
Deadline: September 22nd 2014.
Preliminary Program has been published
Papers notification has been sent.
List of accepted paper has been published.
We are collecting reviewers reports, so the paper acceptance notification date shifts to June 19 2014.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED to June 6 2014
The focus of the Workshop is on distributed computing issues in large scale networked sensor systems (including algorithms and applications, systems design techniques and tools, in-network signals and information processing). Aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from different communities (such as Computer Vision, networked embedded sensing, artificial intelligence and so on) all addressing the problem of interpretation of the information coming from multiple distributed sensing systems.
It is the natural evolution of the previous AMMCSS Workshops, with the generalization to multiple distributed sensing instead of only multi-camera systems.
The previous Workshop (held in conjunction with AVSS 2013) was very attractive, with a good attendance of the participants at the main Conference.
The presence of this workshop at ICPR is expected to attract researchers to a multiple distributed sensing domain that will play a central role in future technology (ambient intelligence, surveillance for security, sportive application, social intelligence, etc.). We would like to invite original research papers describing significant results by using multiple distributed sensing for monitoring and surveillance purposes.
- Single and multiple object tracking
- Human behavior analysis
- Individual activity detection and recognition
- Multi-agent/multi sensing activity detection and recognition
- Scene understanding
- Sensor calibration
- Event detection
- Distributed collaborative information processing
- Abstractions for modular design
AMMDS 2014 welcomes submissions of long research papers (13 pages) in the following categories:
Submissions must be formatted according to the Springer LNCS author instructions, http://www.springer.com/comp/lncs/Authors.html, must be written in English, and present original research.
Submission deadline extended to June 6 2014
Paper acceptance notification: June 14, 2014
Camera ready: June 23, 2014