Call for paper
Supporting an active and independent life style at home has become a prominent concern in modern society.
Active and Assisted Living systems (AAL) support an independent and healthy lifestyle for individuals, particularly beneficial for the elderly and disabled.
Due to the high demand of such systems, monitoring and assistance methodologies are being actively researched in computer vision.
Although great progress has been made towards more intelligent and personalized AAL systems, many open problems remain.
Uncontrolled variations found in real world environments, protection of user privacy, effective user interaction with computers and environments, are all examples of challenges that need to be overcome to allow the wide deployment of successful AAL systems in our societies.
This workshop aims to provide a platform for discussing the problems and recent solutions associated with the development of AAL systems for real life settings.
Potential collaborations to solve the challenging open problems are encouraged to push the boundaries of the field.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to the followings:
- Action and activity monitoring and recognition
- Gait analysis
- Human-environment interaction
- Human-machine interaction
- Assistive robotics
- Applications for elderly
- Applications for functional mobility disorders
- Fall detection and prevention
- Human perception and emotion understanding
- Outdoor monitoring and assistance
- Multi-visual sensor network and topology
Full paper submission deadline: January 7, 2018
Decision Notification: January 23, 2018
Camera-ready Deadline: February 2, 2018
Workshop Date: March 15, 2018
Submit at: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/CVAAL2018/
Full paper (8 pages)
In submitting a full paper to the workshop, the authors acknowledge that no paper substantially similar in content has been or will be submitted to a journal, another conference or workshop during the review period.
Please follow the paper submission website to submit your manuscript to the regular paper track.
Each paper will be peer reviewed by at least two reviewers.
Submissions should adhere to the main WACV 2018 proceedings style, and have a maximum length of 8 pages excluding reference.
Please refer to the guidelines (http://wacv18.uccs.us/submissions/authors/) provided by WACV 2018 for more details.
- The deadline for submitting full papers is January 7, 2018 (11:59pm Pacific time)
- In case of rejection from WACV, authors are allowed to re-submit their work to the workshop by February 2, 2018, in a dedicated submission track.
Short paper (2 pages)
We invite 2-page abstracts presenting relevant work that has been recently published, or is in progress, or is to be presented at the WACV main conference.
While there will be no formal proceedings, accepted abstracts will be posted on this workshop website.
Authors of accepted abstracts will present their work in a oral or poster session at the workshop.
- The deadline for submitting short papers is February 2, 2018 .
- Short papers are submitted to the short paper track of the workshop's submission system.