The Fourth International Workshop on
Cooperative Distributed Vision
March 22-24, 2001 Kyoto, Japan
The fourth international workshop on Cooperative Distributed
Vision was held on March 22nd, 23rd and 24th, 2001
with a great success. The final research achievements of the CDV
project were extensively presented and they sufficed to prove that
the CDV project over the past five years is successful.
In fact, more than 130 participants (more
than 90 from academia; more than 40 from
industry) enjoyed the three-day workshop.
The workshop provided the participants with the exciting forum
where they exchange their latest knowledge and stimulate each other
through intensive discussions.
At the workshop, we invited the three outstanding researchers
listed below in computer vision and image understanding.
We also had on-site demonstrations as
well as paper presentations.
Here are the technical program of the paper presentations
with their abstracts and the titles of the demonstrations.
Program of the paper presentations
Program of the demonstrations
We send the workshop proceedings with no fee, if requested, to those who
could not attend the workshop so that they can understand the
technical details on the
presented topics at the workshop. Please feel free to
contact us below if you need the workshop proceedings.
We serve based on the first-in first-out strategy.
Since the amount of the stock of the proceedings is limited,
in case where it is out of stock, therefore, please understand that
we cannot provide you with the proceedings.
Finally, the CDV project itself was concluded in the end of March, 2001,
however, it opened a succeeding research area, 3D Video,
which is realized by integrating all technologies developed by
We shall make every effort to establish 3D Video and present our
research results on it, thank you.
Request for the workshop proceedings:
Akihiro Sugimoto (Kyoto Univ.)
Last Modified April 04, 2001