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 14.09, Monday
Day 1

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09:00-09:20Opening of the Conference
by
Prof. Micha³ Zasada, Rector of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW,
Prof. Arkadiusz Or³owski, Head of the Institute of Information Technology, SGGW,
Prof. Leszek Chmielewski, Chairman of ICCVG 2020, President of the Association for Image Processing – TPO,
Prof. Ryszard Kozera, Chairman of ICCVG 2020

09:20-10:10Gereral Lecture 1
Chair: Arkadiusz Or³owski

 1 Biomedical Images Analysis by Computational Methods – Towards more Competent Diagnosis
João Manuel R. S. Tavares

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10:10-10:20Coffee break

10:20-11:20Session I. Applications in sports
Chair: Maciej Orkisz

 1 Scene recognition using AlexNet to recognize significant events within cricket game footage
Tevin Moodley (University of Johannesburg), Dustin van der Haar (University of Johannesburg)

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 2 A New Sport Teams Logo Dataset for Detection Tasks
Andrey Kuznetsov, Samsung-PDMI Joint AI Center St. Petersburg, Andrey Savchenko, Samsung-PDMI Joint AI Center St. Petersburg, Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod

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 3 Video Footage Highlight Detection in Formula 1 Through Vehicle Recognition with Faster R-CNN Trained On Game Footage
Ruan Spijkeman (University of Johannesburg), Dustin van der Haar (University of Johannesburg)

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11:20-13:00Lunch break

13:00-14:20Session II. Human head and other beautiful objects
Chair: Leszek Chmielewski

 1 Dynamic Local Ternary Patterns for Gender Identification using Facial Components
Salma M. Mohammed, Serestina Viriri

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 2 Facial Age Estimation Using Compact Facial Features
Joseph Damilola AKINYEMI, Olufade Falade Williams ONIFADE, Department of Computer Science, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

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 3 Exploration of Ear Biometerics with Deep Learning
Aimee Booysens, Serestina Viriri

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 4 Biologically Inspired Modelling of Flowers
Krzysztof Najda, £ukasz D±ba³a, Warsaw University of Technology

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Afternoon

Normally, we would organize a trip of Warsaw in the afternoon. This time it is physically impossible. Fortunately, there are many trips available in the internet. Let us name a few.

First impressions – Warsaw, Poland.

An important piece of the history of Warsaw, and also some impressions from £ód¼ – another beautiful city in Poland.

We can also close the day with real art – Chopin concert in £azienki Royal Garden.


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 15.09, Tuesday
Day 2

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09:00-09:50General Lecture II
Chair: Arkadiusz Or³owski

 1 Video-surveillance Tools for Monitoring Social Responsibility under Covid-19 Restrictions
M. Sami Zitouni (Khalifa University), Andrzej ¦luzek (Khalifa University and SGGW)

Visual surveillance, Crowd behavior, Tracking, Automatic analysis, Covid-19.

The paper presents a number of recently developed methods for automatic categorization of socio-cognitive crowd behavior from video surveillance data. Sadly and unexpectedly, the recent pandemic outbreak of Covid-19 created a new important niche for such tasks, which otherwise have been rather associated with police monitoring public events or oppressive regimes tightly controlling selected communities. First, we argue that a recently proposed (see [31]) general socio-cognitive categorization of crowd behavior well corresponds to the needs of social distancing monitoring. It is explained how each of four proposed categories represents a different level of social (ir)responsibility in public spaces. Then, several techniques are presented which can be used to perform in real time such a categorization, based only the raw-data inputs (i.e. video-sequences from surveillance cameras). In particular, we discuss: (a) selected detection and tracking aspects for individual people and their groups, (b) practicality of data association combining results of detection and tracking, and (c) mid-level features proposed for neural-network-based classifiers of the behavior categories. Some illustrative results obtained in the developed feasibility studies are also included.


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09:50-10:00Coffee break

10:00-11:20Session III. Biomedical applications
Chair: Joanna Jaworek-Korjakowska

 1 Software for CT-image analysis to assist the choice of mechanical-ventilation settings in acute respiratory distress syndrome
Eduardo E. Dįvila Serrano CNRS, Franēois Dhelft Univ. Lyon 1 - Hospices Civils de Lyon, Laurent Bitker Univ. Lyon 1 - Hospices Civils de Lyon, Jean-Christophe Richard Univ. Lyon 1 - Hospices Civils de Lyon, Maciej Orkisz Univ. Lyon 1, CREATIS, France

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 2 Tuberculosis Abnormality Detection in Chest X-Rays: A Deep Learning Approach
Mustapha Oloko-Oba, Serestina Viriri

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 3 On the Effect of DCE MRI Slice Thickness and Noise on Estimated Pharmacokinetic Biomarkers - A Simulation Study
Jakub Jurek, Lars A. Reisæter, Marek Kociński, Andrzej Materka

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 4 Nuclei detection with local threshold processing in DAB&H stained breast cancer biopsy images
Lukasz Roszkowiak (IBIB PAN), Jakub Zak (IBIB PAN), Krzysztof Siemion (IBIB PAN), Dorota Pijanowska (IBIB PAN), Anna Korzynska (IBIB PAN)

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10:20-13:00Lunch break

13:00-14:20Session IV. 3D vision
Chair: Andrzej ¦luzek

 1 Performance Evaluation of Selected 3D Keypoint Detector-Descriptor Combinations
Paula Stancelova, Elena Sikudova, Zuzana Cernekova

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 2 A vision based hardware-software real-time control system for the autonomous landing of an UAV
Krzysztof Blachut, Hubert Szolc, Mateusz Wasala, Tomasz Kryjak, Marek Gorgon, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

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 3 RGB-D and Lidar Calibration Supported by GPU
Artur Wilkowski, Warsaw University of Technology and Dariusz Mańkowski, United Robots

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 4 Optimisation of a Siamese Neural Network for Real-Time Energy Efficient Object Tracking
Dominika Przewlocka, Mateusz Wasala, Hubert Szolc, Krzysztof Blachut, Tomasz Kryjak - AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

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 16.09, Wednesday
Day 3

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09:00-09:50General lecture III
Chair: Andrzej ¦luzek

 1 The role of brain-inspired inhibition in visual pattern recognition
George Azzopardi

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09:50-10:00Coffee break

10:00-11:20Session V. Security, perception and colour
Chair: George Azzopardi

 1 A New Watermarking Method for Video Authentication with Tamper Localization
Yuliya Vybornova, Samara National Research University

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 2 Edge-aware color image manipulation by combination of low-pass linear flter and morphological processing of its residuals
Marcin Iwanowski

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 3 Depth perception tendencies in the 3-D environment of virtual reality
Jana Pollįkovį, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Miroslav Laco, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Wanda Benesova, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

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 4 Does Randomness in the Random Visual Cryptography Protocol Depend on the Period of Pseudorandom Number Generators?
Leszek J. Chmielewski, Arkadiusz Or³owski

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11:20-11:40Break for the Best Presentation Award Committee

12:00Announcement of the Best Presentation Award
at ICCVG 2020

Announcement of the Award for the Best PhD
in Image Processing in 2018-2019

Closing of the Conference

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