Author Information

Paper Submission

CVMP 2016 offers the opportunity to showcase your work through submission
of Full (up to 10 page) and Short (1 page) papers:

Instructions for Authors of Accepted Papers

Authors will be notified by 15th September whether their paper has been accepted to CVMP 2016, and in which format (either oral or poster presentation).

Authors of accepted full paper submissions should prepare their camera ready manuscript of no more than 10 pages using the conference template, for which LaTeX style files are available to download below.

CVMP 2016 - FULL Papers- LaTeX Template

latex_CVMP.zip (Zip Archive - 1.11Mb) Latex style files for paper preparation (full length papers)

A MS Word Template is also available for full papers:
https://www.acm.org/binaries/content/assets/publications/article-templates/sig-alternate-guide.docx

We are using the Strict ACM style so many questions on the template can be answered via the ACM FAQs linked to from their template page: http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates

Authors of accepted short papers should prepare their final one page paper using the template below.
Authors of demos should use the same format as short papers, describing their demo and its novelty.

CVMP 2016 - SHORT Papers - MS Word Template

latex_CVMP_short.zip.doc (MS Word Document - 1.02Mb) Latex style file for paper preparation (Short papers)

In either case, authors should upload a PDF file of no more than 20MB containing their camera ready paper. Full papers submissions may optionally include supplementary materials in a single ZIP file of no more than 100Mb (for example, videos or PDFs of additional results).

Submission of both full and short camera ready papers should be made using the CVMP 2016 paper submission site:

https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/CVMP2016

Full paper oral presentation authors only

Each presenter will be given 15 mins plus 5 mins for questions. There will be a VGA (1280x720) and an HDMI (1080p) adaptor from the stage. Sound from the stage is stereo or pro-logic only. For those of you who've not attended CVMP before you will be presenting onto a cinema screen. Please be ready to test your presentations in the break before your session and we advise bringing a back up copy of your presentation on memory stick in case you encounter problems. In order to ensure the smooth running we will connect each presenters laptop during the question session of the previous presenter so please be prepared to disconnect at the end of your talk before you start answering questions.

If you are likely to require any special formats or displays (e.g 3D projection) then please let us know well in advance!

Full and short paper poster presentation authors only

In addition to your paper being included in the conference proceedings, the poster session is your opportunity to present your work directly to other registrants and to discuss it with them. It is a particularly useful format for small group discussion and debate.

Your display should consist chiefly of keywords, diagrams, photographs, etc. Colour photographs are particularly attractive in a poster display. Diagrams and graphs should have clear captions. All lettering should be easy to read. Handwritten text or diagrams are not recommended. All graphs and diagrams should be drawn with thick lines (preferably 1mm or more in width). Use colour to emphasise important features.

You should clearly display the following information on your poster board:

* The title of your paper
* The authors' names and their affiliations
* Your usual contact details (e.g. an email address) to allow delegates to follow up discussion.

Display board

Display board sizes will be A0 size, portrait style. Please format your poster accordingly. Materials to fix posters to the boards will be provided free of charge. We regret that there are no facilities on-site to print your poster, please arrive prepared!

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Thank you to The British Machine Vision Association and Society for Pattern Recognition for making us an in co-operation event
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