SPIE LaTeX template or SPIE MS Word template. For accepted papers, the final submissions will also be 8-12 pages in the same format. Papers should clearly identify the problem addressed in the paper, identify the original contribution(s) of the paper, relate the paper to previous work, and provide experimental and/or theoretical evaluation as appropriate. Note: your paper submission through SPIE must be in .pdf, .ps, or .doc (MS Word) format. Best Student Paper Award should consult the competition rules.
- 5 August, 2013: Paper submission deadline.
- Please read the Guidelines for Authors and Presenters carefully before submitting your paper to DRR. The 'Abstract' refers to your 8-12 page paper - some conferences at SPIE Electronic Imaging accept abstracts rather than papers, and the term 'abstract' is used in the SPIE web pages to refer to all conference submissions. You will also be required to separately provide a 200-word summary of your paper. This summary may be copied directly or adapted from the abstract of your paper.
- Note: You will upload your paper as a .pdf, .ps or .doc (MS Word) file near the very end of the submission process (at the stage labeled "Upload"). Below are some additional notes regarding the submission process.
- If you already have a MySPIE account, you may log in with your current username and password, otherwise you will need to create a new account before submitting your paper.
- At the third step of the submission process (labeled "Abstract"), please provide your 200-word summary in BOTH the text boxes provided - you do not need to provide a separate abstract for technical review in the second text box.
- At the fourth step of the submission process (labeled "Topics"), please select up to three appropriate topics (keywords), and then provide any additional keywords/keyphrases that best describe your submission in the text boxes provided. A list of keywords/topics pertinent to DRR is available through the "Topics" tab at the top of this web page.
- After submission, before the deadline you may update your paper submission through your [ online SPIE Account ]. The links to log in and then view your account may be found at the top-left of the web pages.
Submit your paper using the online [ SPIE Submission System ]. Click on "Sign in" at the top left of the page to login or create an account. Once you have logged in, click on "View Your Account" at the top left of the web page to access your account.
DRR 2015 web site:
DRR 2014 Final Program
"OCR for Google Books"
by Ray Smith and Ashok Popat, Google
"What makes Big Visual Data Hard?"
by Alexei A. Efros, Berkeley
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