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International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Too

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International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Too

    International Conference on Image Processing Theory,

    Tools and Applications

     112Author, Author and Author 1Affiliation 1 e-mail: author-1@ieee.org, author-2@ieee.org 2Affiliation 2 e-mail: author-3@ieee.org

    AbstractThis document describes how to produce, with Microsoft A. Second-order headings Word, high quality typeset papers that are suitable for submission to the International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools and As in this heading, they should be Times 11-point, italic, initially Applications. Authors are kindly requested to follow the instructions found capitalized, flush left. in this document.

    KeywordsImage processing theory, Image processing tools, Image 1) Third-order headings: Third-order headings, as in this processing applications, Template, Typesetting. paragraph, are discouraged. However, if you must use them, use 10-

    point Times, italic, initially capitalized, flush left, your text on the I. INTRODUCTION same line.

    The International conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools Papers should not have such a deep section nesting depth. and Applications aims at gathering challenging international researchers, innovators, educators, and practitioners in image VI. MAIN TEXT processing theory and tools, for attending extensive educational high Type your main text in 9-point Times, single-spaced. Do not use level materials, sharing their achievements, exchanging their double-spacing. Be sure your text is fully justifiedthat is, flush left experiences and discussing future orientations. and flush right. Please do not place any additional blank lines This sample manuscript is available on conference website: between paragraphs. http://ipta10.ibisc.univ-evry.fr/papers_submission/Template.doc you Figure and table captions should be 9-point. Initially capitalize can use it as a template to prepare your paper. By using this sample only the first word of each figure caption and table title. Figures and manuscript, an author can produce professional quality typeset tables must be numbered separately. For example: “Figure 1. research papers very quickly, inexpensively, and with minimal effort. Initialization”, “Table 1. Input data”. Figure captions are to be below Please note that your paper should normally be limited to six the figures. Table titles are to be centered above the tables. pages. A maximum of two additional pages can be used subject to a charge of 50 Euros/page. VII. ILLUSTRATIONS, GRAPHS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS

    All graphics should be centered. Supply the best quality II. MAIN TITLE photographs and illustrations possible. Very fine lines do not The main title (on the first page) should be centered, and printed reproduce well. When referencing figure numbers in the main text, in 18-point, boldface type. Capitalize the first letter of nouns, authors should use the abbreviation “Fig.” rather than “Figure” pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs; do not capitalize articles, except when starting the sentence. For example: coordinate conjunctions, or prepositions (unless the title begins with Figure 1 shows the initialization step. Image segmentation is such a word). Leave a blank line after the title. showed in Fig. 2.

    III. AUTHOR NAME(S) AND AFFILIATION(S)

    Author names and affiliations are to be centered beneath the title and printed in 11-point, non-boldface type. Affiliations are centered below their respective names and printed in 9-point, non-boldface type. Include e-mail addresses if possible. Follow the author

    information by two blank lines before main text.

    IV. ABSTRACT AND KEYWORDS

    The abstract is generally the first part of a paper. The IPTA papers should also include a list of (4 to 6) key words.

     V. FIRST-ORDER HEADINGS Fig. 1. Initialization. The numbering for the first-order headings is in Roman numerals. The above figure is created using the freeware Ipe6.0 Title should be capitalized, centered and printed in 8-point. First preview23 available on the following site letter is printed in 10-point. http://ipe.compgeom.org/.

    The author would like to thank all those who have helped in the

    realization of this document. Acknowledgment is added as an

    unnumbered section.

    REFERENCES

    List and number all bibliographical references in 9-point Times,

    single-spaced, at the end of your paper. When referenced in the text,

    enclose the citation number in square brackets, for example [1].

    Reference section is also unnumbered.

    [1] H. L. Premaratne and J. Bigun. A segmentation-free approach to recognise printed Sinhala script using linear symmetry. Pattern Recognition, 37(10): 2081- 2089, 2004. [2] C. Tauber. Filtrage anisotrope robuste et segmentation par B-spline snake: Fig. 2. Image segmentation: Convergence towards final contours. application aux images échographiques. PhD thesis, Toulouse National Polytechnic Institute, Toulouse-France, 2005. Encapsulated postscript (.eps) figures can be generated from [3] M. E. Yuksel. A hybrid neuro-fuzzy filter for edge preserving restoration of MATLAB by typing the following in the command window: print images corrupted by impulse noise. IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, 15(4): filename.eps -depsc. 928-936, 2006. [4] P. Ziaie, T. Muller and A. Knoll. A Novel Approach to Hand-Gesture VIII. TABLES Recognition in a Human-Robot Dialog System. In First Int. Workshops on Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications (IPTA'08), proceedings, Sousse-Tables are defined in the same manner as figures except that Tunisia, November 2008. captions should appear above the tables. When referencing table numbers in the main text no abbreviation is used. For example: We provide in Table 1. Different classification algorithm accuracy recognitions.

    Table 1. Accuracy recognition.

    Classification algorithms

    SVM RBF MLP

    Precisio98.79% 83.71% 88.11%

    n 93.33% 81.6% 85.33%

    Recall

    IX. APPENDIX

    The appendix is declared so, if only one appendix is to be included. If more than one appendix will be included then we indicate the title of each appendix as below. Inside the appendix subsections are not allowed.

    APPENDIX I

    THEOREM 1

    Theorem 1: Assume that r(.) and k(.) are nonnegative valued

    continuous functions, and suppose

    r(t) < 0 (1)

Then

    Sign (k(t) r(t)) = Sign (k(t)) (2)

    APPENDIX II LYAPUNOV EQUATION

    The equations in the appendix are numbered with the

    corresponding appendix letter.

    T AP + P A = -Q (3)

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT

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