Camera ready: The camera ready paper need to follow the guideline for final paper submission, which is announced at http://accv2012.org/sub/sub03_02.asp.
Basically, a final paper submission has to provide (1) all the Latex sources (figures in PDF, PNG or JPG format), (2) a signed copyright form, and (3) a PDF of the paper (maximum 10MB and at most 12 pages in LNCS style, with the option of purchasing up to 2 extra pages).
The author kit for e-Heritage 2012 is available here: eHeritage2012_FinalPaperKit.zip.
Submission: Please use CMT (https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/EH2012/) to submit your camera ready paper and requested files. If you have any problem with the CMT, please send all the files to Rei (firstname.lastname@example.org). Deadline is Oct. 10th.
Registration required: Due to the ACCV regulation, at least one of the authors should
register and pay for the registration fee before Oct. 10th Otherwise we have the right to
exclude the papers from the proceedings. Deadline is one-day earlier than others, since early-bird registration deadline of ACCV is that day.
2012/10/1 Decision notified
2012/09/6 Reviewing process started
2012/09/1 Online submission site closed
2012/08/1 Online submission available
2012/06/20 Website opened
Dual submission deadline: main ACCV conference and Workshop: July 1
Paper submission: Sept. 1
Sept. 30 Oct. 1
Camera ready and Pre-registration: Oct. 10
Workshop date: Nov. 6
The workshop is supported by
IAPR TC-19 and MEXT(Japan) Digital Museum Project.