workshop in conjunction with WACV 2019 on
Image and Video Forensics
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State-of-the-art methods in computer vision and computer graphics make it feasible to edit images and videos in a visually plausible way. This allows non-expert users with off-the-shelf hardware to create believable content that is oftentimes barely distinguishable from original recordings. The goal of this workshop is to bring together experts from computer vision, computer graphics, and image processing to advance the state-of-the-art in detecting post-hoc image manipulations, and in linking images and video to camera models or even individual devices.
|• Submission of full papers:||15th November, 2018 (deadline extended)|
|• Notification of acceptance:||26th November, 2018 (updated)|
|• Camera ready papers:||1st December, 2018|
|• Workshop date:||11th January, 2019|
The workshops will be held as part of WACV 2019 in Hawaii.
The workshop papers will appear in the online proceedings - as long as they adhere to the publication guidelines and deadlines - and they will be published on IEEE Xplore.
If you have any comments or questions, send an email to any of the organisers: Christian Riess, Anthony Hoogs, Paul L. Rosin, Xianfang Sun.