Call for Papers

2022 Workshop on Pattern Recognition and Data Mining is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Pattern Recognition and Data Mining. The workshop tries to bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.
Topics of interest for contributions include, but are not limited to:
1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Pattern Analysis
Classification and clustering
Statistical learning theory
Syntactic and structural pattern recognition
Neural network architectures and models
Graph models
Deep learning
Representation learning
Online learning and continual learning
Supervised, unsupervised, self-supervised and semi-supervised learning
Transfer learning and meta learning
Multi-modal and multi-view learning
Active and ensemble learning
Reinforcement learning
Compressed sensing and sparse representation
Large scale learning and big data
Recurrent networks, temporal models and non-feed-forward methods
Low-shot and long-tailed learning
Generative models
2. Image, Video, Speech, Sentiments, Texts, Media and Signal Analysis
Sensor array and multichannel signal processing
Image and video processing
Enhancement, restoration and filtering
Segmentation, features and descriptors
Coding, compression and super-resolution
Speech and speaker recognition
Audio and acoustic processing
Computational photography
Models, representations, and techniques for image mining
Image analysis with ill-structured and spatial information
Text and symbol recognition
Handwritten text recognition
Document image analysis
Document understanding
Natural language processing
Scene text detection and recognition
Graphics recognition
Content based image retrieval and data mining
Visual question and answering
Multimedia document analysis
Media analysis for augmented and virtual reality
Multimodal fusion
Table detection, recognition, and structure extraction
Video text detection and recognition
Human-document interaction
3. Computer Vision and Robotic Perception
Early and low-level vision
Stereo and 3D vision
Multiple view geometry
Object detection and recognition
Motion, tracking and video analysis
Deformable models and registration
Learning for vision
Scene analysis and understanding
Action and behavior recognition
Vision and language
Perception for autonomous navigation and/or driving
Vision for robotics, robot navigation and SLAM
Perceptually driven reinforcement learning
4. Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Scalable data preprocessing
Parallel and distributed data mining algorithms
Mining on data streams
Graph and subgraph mining
Methodologies on large-scale data mining
Text, video, multimedia data mining
Web mining
High performance data mining algorithms
Data mining visualization
Security and privacy issues
Competitive analysis of mining algorithms
Data mining systems in finance and e-commerce

The Organizing Committee invites researchers and academics to submit their latest research results to WPRDM.



Full paper submission should include the following information in the submission email:
● Paper title;
● Authors;
● Author information;
● Emails of all authors;
● Brief bio(s) of the corresponding author;
● Cover letter;
● Related topics;
● Potential reviewers.