SIBGRAPI 2018 Workshop of Works in Progress (WIP)
|Timeline of Important Dates|
|Notification of acceptance
|Oct 2nd||Camera-ready due|
Boolean operations on quad meshes
Alex Hernandez, Claudio Esperança, Nico Pietroni e Paolo Cignoni
Hand pose estimation for injured hands
Luciano W. X. Cejnog, Roberto Marcondes Cesar, Teofilo E. de Campos e Valéria Elui
A Structural Graph-Based Method for MRI Analysis<
Mateus Riva, Larissa de Oliveira Penteado, Roberto Marcondes Cesar, Marcelo Straus Takahashi, Lisa Suzuki e Carlos Moreira
An Approach to Navigation in Outdoor and Indoor Environments with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Using Visual Topological Map<
Paulo P. H. F. Honório Filho, Suan Pires Pinheiro da Silva, Jefferson Silva, Leandro B. Marinho, Tiago Carneiro, Antonio Wendell de O. Rodrigues e Pedro P Rebouças Filho
Indoor Depth Image Segmentation for Navigation
Victor Cangelosi de Lima e Maurício Marengoni
Evaluation of Segmentation Methods Based on Classification Patterns for Micro-Tomography Applications in Rock Analysis
Gustavo J. Q. Vasconcelos, Giovanna Antonieti, Gustavo Libel, Paola Rosa, Nathaly Archilha, Tiago Carvalho, Helio Pedrini e Thiago Vallin Spina
Automatic Gym Workout Recognition Using Wearable Devices
Davi F. Beltrão, Antonio C. Nazare e William R. Schwartz
Evaluation of Convolutional Neural Networks for Raw Food Texture Classification under Variations of Lighting Conditions
Carolina Toledo Ferraz, Tamiris T. N. Borges, Adriane Cavichiolli, Adilson Gonzaga e Jose Hiroki Saito
Identificação automática de pichação a partir de imagens urbanas
Eric K. Tokuda, Claudio Silva e Roberto Cesar Junior
On the usage of U-Net: a framework for pre-processing document images
Diandra A. A. Kubo, Tiago Nazaré, Priscila Aguirr, Felipe Duarte e Bruno Oliveira
Análise Granulométrica de Fertilizantes por Processamento Digital de Imagens
Julio O. Mendonça
Dear authors, the submission deadline has been postponed. We will be posting instructions for paper submission in the next days.
The Workshop of Works in Progress (WiP) is a forum for discussing ongoing innovative research projects under development, development from lab to industry applications and general technical information in all areas of Computer Graphics, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision. Graduate students are encouraged to submit their research projects. The accepted papers will be presented in a poster session.
The submitted works will be evaluated by the WiP program committee considering the following criteria: compliance to the proposed themes, technical quality, contribution to the research/industrial area and clarity.
Papers must be have a maximum of 4 pages, including all figures and references. All submissions must be in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and must comply with the SIBGRAPI formatting guidelines.
The paper submissions must be done through CMT system.
Caroline Mazetto Mendes, Universidade Positivo, Brazil
Henrique Costa, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil
Marta Estela Mejail, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina