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The purpose of workshops is to provide a more interactive and focused platform for presenting and discussing new and emerging ideas. The format of paper presentations may include oral presentations and poster presentations. Workshops can be scheduled for 1 day or 2 days.

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Chair(s): Aymeric Histace

IMTA-4 20134th International Workshop on Image Mining. Theory and Applications (VISIGRAPP)
Chair(s): Igor Gurevich, Ovidio Salvetti and Heinrich Niemann

GEODIFF Workshop - GEODIFF 2013


Aymeric Histace
ETIS UMR CNRS 8051; IUT de Cergy-Pontoise

The main aim of this special session is to bring together researchers who are interested in variationnal methods and by multi agent system in order to (i) reflect on a state-of- the-art on their abilities to model reaction-­-diffusion processes, and (ii) to discuss potential new applications since these two different types of tools are not generally 3 associated with each other whereas such a joint applications can be of primary interest to model complex diffusion process at different scales of the phenomenon.

A second objective of this special session, but not necessarily less important than the first one, is to imagine through this particular application context new tools that will find future applicability in image processing (image restoration or inpainting mainly).

4th International Workshop on
Image Mining. Theory and Applications
 - IMTA-4 2013


Igor Gurevich
Independent Researcher
Russian Federation
Ovidio Salvetti
Inst. of Information Science and Technologies - ISTI, National Research Council of Italy - CNR
Heinrich Niemann
Chair of Pattern Recognition, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg

The main purpose of the IMTA-workshop is to provide the fusion of modern mathematical approaches and techniques for image analysis/pattern recognition with the requests of applications.

The IMTA-4 will continue the series of workshops devoted to modern mathematical techniques of image mining and to corresponding applications. The IMTA-4-2013 will be conducted in cooperation with the Technical Committee No.16 "Algebraic and Discrete Mathematical Techniques in Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis" of the International Association for Pattern Recognition and with the National Committee for Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The workshop will consist of a small number of invited talks, contributed talks and informal discussions, and a wrap-up session.