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GbR is a biennial workshop, organized by IAPR Technical Committee 15 (TC-15) on Graph-based Representations, that aims to encourage research works in Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis within the graph theory framework.

GbR2011 was a very successful and smoothly run workshop. The workshop received 41 submissions from 15 countries and 4 continents from which the Program committee selected 11 for oral presentation and 16 as posters. The papers presented in the workshop covered the use of graphs at all levels of representation, providing novel contributions on a wide range of topics related to graphs ranging from novel theoretic and algorithmic developments to state of the art graph-based applications.

The workshop included two IAPR keynote addresses. The fist keynote speech was presented by Olivier Lezoray (University of Caen, France) who discussed a broad view on the use of partial difference equations on graphs for image- and data-processing.

The second invited talk was delivered by Milan Sonka (University of Iowa, USA) on the topic of graph-based algorithms for image segmetnation in the biomedical image analysis field.

The workshop was run over three days, with very well populated oral sessions right through to the end of the conference. The poster sessions were bustling and were an excellent forum for discussion and feedback.



Workshop Report:  GbR2011

Report prepared by the Co-Chairs

Text Box: 8th IAPR TC-15 Workshop on 
Graph-based Representations in Pattern Recognition

May 18-20, 2011
Münster, Germany
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Xiaoyi Jiang (Germany)

Miguel Ferrer (Spain)

Andrea Torsello (Italy)

Proceedings of the conference have been published by Springer

in the series

Lecture Notes in

Computer Science

(Volume 6658)


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