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Touchless fingerprint recognition represents a rapidly growing field of research which has been studied for more than a decade. Through a touchless acquisition process many issues of touch-based systems are circumvented, e.g. the presence of latent fingerprints or distortions caused by pressing fingers on a sensor surface. However, touchless fingerprint recognition systems reveal new challenges. In particular, a reliable detection and focusing of a presented finger as well as an appropriate preprocessing of the acquired finger image represent the most crucial tasks. This talk with Dr. Christian Rathgeb & Jannis Priesnitz summarizes the state-of-the-art in the field of touchless 2D fingerprint recognition at each stage of the recognition process. Additionally, technical considerations and trade-offs of the presented methods are discussed along with open issues and challenges.
Image and Video Forensics for Social Media analysis
Edited by: Roberto Caldelli, Chang-Tsun Li, Xiangui Kang, Irene Amerini
Deadline for submissions: 31 July 2017
Mobile Image and Video Processing
Edited by: Wen-Huang Cheng, Kai-Lung Hua, Klaus Schoeffmann, Wolfgang Huerst, Jochen Huber and Jenq-Neng Hwang
First published: 7 December 2016
Computer Vision in Road Safety and Intelligent Traffic
Edited by: Jagdish Lal Raheja, Ankit Chaudhary, Reinhard Klette and Xia Jin
First published: 27 November 2015
High Dynamic Range Imaging: Providing a Step Change in Imaging Technology
Edited by: Alan Chalmers, Peter Shirley and Patrizio Campisi
First published: 14 November 2015
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Currently, there are no open Special Issues.
Call for Special Issues
EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing (JIVP) welcomes Special Issues on timely topics related to the field of signal processing. The objective of Special Issues is to bring together recent and high quality works in a research domain, to promote key advances in the multidisciplinary field of image and video processing that covers all theoretical and practical aspects of the domain, from basic research to development of application, and to provide overviews of the state-of-the-art in emerging domains.
Aims and scope
EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing is intended for researchers from both academia and industry, who are active in the multidisciplinary field of image and video processing. The scope of the journal covers all theoretical and practical aspects of the domain, from basic research to development of application.
Contributed articles on image and video processing may be focused on specific techniques (e.g., wavelets, mathematical morphology, Markov models), diverse functionalities and services (e.g., classification, compression, identification, protection, recognition, restoration and segmentation), within the context of various activity sectors (e.g., multimedia, medical, aerial, robotics, security, communications, arts) employing diverse data formats (e.g., black and white, gray scale, color, multi spectral, infra red, video, stereo, 3-D).
The journal is an Open Access journal since 2007.
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EURASIP Best paper awards 2019
We are pleased to announce that the following paper published in EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing has been awarded a EURASIP best paper award!
Probabilistic motion pixel detection for the reduction of ghost artifacts in high dynamic range images from multiple exposures
Jaehyun An, Seong Jong Ha and Nam Ik Cho
The award ceremony will take place at EUSIPCO 2019 in Spain. For more information see the EURASIP newsletter.