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IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics—Part B


Special Issue on

Recent Advances in Biometrics Systems


DEADLINE:  May 1, 2006


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Pattern Recognition Letters


Special Issue on

Pattern Recognition in Interdisciplinary Perception and Intelligence


DEADLINE:  15 October 2006


This special issue is intended to provide a forum for scientists to report their recent research advances and exchange knowledge in the field of Pattern Recognition in close relation to the state-of-the-art of Perception and Intelligence. More concretely, the special issue aims to gather high quality papers related to the general topics of Perception and Intelligence from both the Natural and the Artificial points of view. Thus, the global purpose is to provide a broad and interdisciplinary journal special issue for researchers in Pattern Recognition.


Submission information:

Expected contributions should be around 10 PRL pages long (approximately 5000 words, plus a reasonable number of Figures/Tables). Submissions in electronic form (PDF files) have to be sent to the Guest Editors:

             Antonio Fernández-Caballero caballer@info-ab.uclm.es

             Alberto Sanfeliú sanfeliu@iri.upc.es

             Yoshiaki Shirai shirai@ci.ritsumei.ac.jp


Related Links:

50 Years of the Artificial Intelligence: Campus in Multidisciplinary Perception and Intelligence, CMPI-2006


Pattern Recognition Letters Special Issues



The IAPR Community wishes to extend congratulations to


Dr. Masakazu Ejiri


on receipt of the



Joseph F. Engelberger Robotics Award in Technology


The Engelberger Robotics Award is the world's most prestigious robotics honor. The awards are presented to individuals for excellence in technology development, application, education, and leadership in the robotics industry.


For more information on the Engelberger Robotics Award see: