The goal of this workshop is to provide a yearly summary of new progress in the field through a combination of talks, posters and a panel discussion. We plan to compile a yearbook to summarize the new progress in the field by accepting 1-2 page extended abstracts from active researchers in the field, both by invitation and submission.
Specifically, the workshop will focus on the following aspects:
- Scene Classification
- Modeling and recognition of scene-object interactions
- 3D Spatial Understanding from Images
- Physically Grounded Scene Interpretation
- Large-scale Data-driven approach for recognition
- Understanding scenes from depth images and videos
- Dataset issues for scene understanding
- Related topics in cognitive psychology/human perception
- Novel image features, frameworks and setting for scene understanding
To encourage participation, we will be awarding a best poster award, graciously sponsored by Baidu, Facebook, Google and NEC Labs.
Deadline for Submission: April 30, 2014 (5pm PST)
Notification of Acceptance: May 20, 2014
Camera-ready deadline: June 5, 2014
Workshop date: June 23, 2014 (full day)
We invite submissions of extended abstracts of at most 2 pages describing work in the domains suggested above or other areas related to scene understanding. Accepted submissions will either be presented as posters or talks at the workshop. The extended abstract should follow the CVPR formatting guidelines and be submitted as a single PDF file to the CMT site mentioned below.
Reviewing can be either SINGLE-blind or DOUBLE-blind and carried out by the Program Committee. Please use your discretion for single or double-blind e.g. if paper will also appear at the main conference, it is completely acceptable to submit a single-blind paper.
We encourage submissions of relevant work that has been previously published, or is to be presented at the main conference. The accepted abstracts will be posted on the workshop website in a compiled yearbook and will not appear in the official IEEE proceedings.