[image 04108] [CFP] Submission deadline extension of the Fourth International Workshop on coMics ANalysis, Processing and Understanding (MANPU2020)
iwata ＠ cs.osakafu-u.ac.jp
2020年 9月 25日 (金) 20:01:19 JST
The Fourth International Workshop on coMics ANalysis, Processing and Understanding (MANPU2020)
The submission deadline of MANPU 2020 is extended to October 10.
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Call for papers
The 4th International Workshop on
coMics ANalysis, Processing and Understanding
(in conjunction with ICPR 2020)
January 11, 2021, Milan, Italy
Comics is a medium constituted of images combined with text and other visual information in order
to narrate a story. Nowadays, comic books are a widespread cultural expression all over the world.
The market of comics continues to grow, for example, the market in Japan is about 4.25 billion USD
in 2015. Moreover, from the research point of view, comics images are attractive targets because
the structure of a comics page includes various elements (such as panels, speech balloons, captions,
leading characters, and so on), the drawing of which depends on the style of the author and presents
a large variability. Therefore comics image analysis is not a trivial problem and is still immature
compared with other kinds of image analysis.
Paper submission due: October 10, 2020 (extended!)
Notification of acceptance: November 3, 2020
Camera-ready paper due: November 10, 2020
Workshop day: January 11, 2021
Scope and Topics
The scope of this workshop includes, but is not limited to,
- Comics Image Processing
- Comics Analysis and Understanding
- Comics Recognition
- Comics Retrieval and Spotting
- Comics Enrichment
- Born Digital Comics
- Reading Behavior Analysis of Comics
- Comics Generation
- Copy protection - Fraud detection
- Physical/Digital Comics Interfaces
- Cognitive Processing and Comprehension of Comics
- Linguistics Analysis of Comics
To evaluate the proposed works, participants will be able to use the following datasets
that are publicly available. Researchers can request to download them at each website.
- eBDtheque consists of 100 images with ground truth for panels, speech balloons, tails, text lines, leading characters.
- Manga109 consists of over 20 thousand images of 109 volumes (21,142 images).
Submission and Review
All papers will have to be submitted through the EasyChair submission system on or before the submission deadline.
Authors can update their papers before the submission deadline.
MANPU 2020 will follow a single-blind review process.
Paper format and length
Papers should be formatted with the style files/details available at Information for Authors of Springer Computer Science Proceedings.
Only PDF files are accepted.
A complete paper should be submitted in the proper format.
Only Full paper (12-15 pages) is accepted.
Papers should describe original work on an MANPU-related topic, and authors must adhere to the IAPR Statement of Ethics.
By submitting a manuscript to MANPU 2020, authors acknowledge that it has not been previously published or accepted for
publication in substantially similar form in any peer-reviewed venue including journals or conferences.
Also authors confirm that no paper substantially similar in content has been or will be submitted to another conference
or workshop during the review period.
The acceptance of a paper to MANPU 2020 requires that at least one of the authors registers for the workshop and presents the paper there.
MANPU 2020 does not allow submission of any additional supplementary file.
Paper submissions for MANPU2020 will be handled through the Easy Chair conference management system.
Jean-Christophe Burie (France)
Motoi Iwata (Japan)
Miki Ueno (Japan)
Rita Hartel (Germany)
Yusuke Matsui (Japan)
Tien-Tsin Wong (Hong Kong)
Kiyoharu Aizawa (Japan)
Koichi Kise (Japan)
Jean-Marc Ogier (France)
Toshihiko Yamasaki (Japan)
John Bateman (Germany)
Ying Cao (Hong Kong)
Wei-Ta Chu (Taiwan)
Mathieu Delalandre (France)
Alexander Dunst (Germany)
Seiji Hotta (Japan)
Rynson W. H. Lau (Hong Kong)
Jochen Laubrock (Germany)
Tong-Yee Lee (Taiwan)
Muhammad Muzzamil Luqman (France)
Mitsunori Matsushita (Japan)
Tetsuya Mihara (Japan)
Mitsuharu Nagamori (Japan)
Satoshi Nakamura (Japan)
Nhu Van Nguyen (France)
Christophe Rigaud (France)
Yasuyuki Sumi (Japan)
John Walsh (USA)
Yingqing Xu (China)
Motoi IWATA, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Intelligent Media Processing Group
Graduate School of Engineering
Osaka Prefecture University
Sakai, Osaka, Japan
+81 72 254 9281
E-mail: iwata ＠ cs.osakafu-u.ac.jp