Authors are invited to submit a full paper according to the guidelines available on the ACCV2014 conference website, using the submission link given below. Submissions must be a maximum of 14 pages, not including references. Include as many additional pages for references as needed. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the workshop program committee in a double blind manner, so all submissions must be anonymised. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. In submitting a manuscript to this workshop, the authors acknowledge that no paper substantially similar in content has been submitted to another conference or workshop during the review period. Accepted papers must be registered and presented; otherwise they will not be included in the workshop proceedings. The proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
Papers can be submitted to the 3rd ACCV Workshop on e-Heritage via the Microsoft CMT system.
Link to the submission site: https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/EH2014/Default.aspx
The author kit is available here or it can be downloaded from ACCV 2014's author toolkit page.
Please note that maximum file size allowed by CMT for the submission as well as for supplementary material is limited to 10MB each. For any queries related to the submission, please contact the Workshop Co-Chairs.
Special announcement from ACCV2014 Organizing Committee on main conference and workshop paper submission
ACCV2014 will continue the "fall back" strategy used successfully in ACCV2012, which can connect some rejected main conference papers to appropriate workshops. The papers rejected by the main conference but connected to a workshop by the author(s) will be automatically passed to the workshop organizers, together with the main conference review comments. The workshop organizers will see the paper and the reviews, based on which they can decide whether the paper can be accepted or not by the workshop.
For this purpose, when potential ACCV2014 authors submit a paper to the main conference, they will be allowed to select a workshop as a "backup" option in case that the if paper is not accepted by the main conference.