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Important Dates

Deadline for paper submission                                     October 1, 2014

  The deadline for submission is delayed to the 20th of October 2014.

Notification of paper acceptance                                 December 1, 2014

Camera-ready papers                                                  December 19, 2014

CCIW Workshop                                                           March 24-26, 2015

Special Session on Color in Digital Cultural Heritage     March 26, 2015

Planning this workshop, the organizers would like to focus on the methods and applications of digital color image processing and analysis. The workshop is intended for researchers and practitioners in the digital imaging, multimedia, visual communications, computer vision, and consumer electronic industry, who are interested in the fundamentals of color image processing and its emerging applications in the areas listed below:

Computational color vision models

Perceptual color image processing

Digital color image content protection

Bio-inspired color image/video processing methods


Color image/video indexing and retrieval

Multi-spectral/color image analysis and reproduction

Color image/video quality assessment

Color image filtering and enhancement

Color data compression and encoding

Spatio-temporal color interaction modeling

Color image/video reproduction

Color-based facial image analysis

Color of stereo images, 3D images and RGB-D

Color invariance, color saliency, color constancy

Applications and future trends

Special session on Color in Digital Cultural Heritage

The 26 March a special session on Color in Digital Cutural Heritage, co-organized by the European COST Action TD1201 ( will focus on color in Digital Cultural Heritage. This special session is intended for researchers and practitioners in the Digital Cultural Heritage, who are interested in theoretical and/or practical aspects of color in Cultural Heritage applications.

The CCIW'15 proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series  


Papers should be no more than 8-10 pages in length, conforming to the authors formatting instructions of Springer, LNCS series. Papers will be judged by an international program committee based on their originality, significance, correctness and clarity. All papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format at CCIW'15 paper submission website.

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