3DPVT 2006
Third International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
June 14-16, 2006
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Final Submission Deadline

Camera-ready papers are due on May 16. To upload your final manuscript, please visit the following site: http://www.softconf.com/start/3DPVT06/final.html

Please use the IEEE LaTex template [zip].
Also, please fill in and submit the IEEE copyright form with the camera-ready version of the paper.

Submission Deadline

Abstracts: February 28, 2006, 23:59 Samoan time (GMT -11:00).

Papers: March 7, 2006, 23:59 Samoan time (GMT -11:00). Click here to see what time this corresponds to in your timezone.

Paper Submission

All paper submissions will be electronic and anonymous. The electronic submission system is [here]

Double submission of papers already submitted to CVPR 2006 ONLY will be allowed provided that the authors withdraw one of the submissions if both are accepted. To label your manuscript as a double submission, please select "yes" in the "Double submission" field under "Submission Category".


Author Instructions

A complete paper must be submitted in pdf format with no more than 8 pages in length and should adhere to the formatting guidelines below. This page limit will be strictly enforced. Papers with more than 8 pages will be rejected without review.

The paper format must follow the standard IEEE 2-column format of single-spaced text in 10 point Times Roman (or closely resembling), with 12 point interline space. All printed material, including illustrations, must be kept within a print area of 6-7/8 inches (17.5 cm) wide by 8-7/8 inches (22.5 cm) high. We provide a simple LaTex template that may assist you in meeting these format requirements [zip].

All reviewing will be double blind, so the paper must not include any information which allows the authors to be identified. For example, this might require that some references to the authors' previous work be left blank or that authors refer to their previous work in the third person. This is not optional. Papers that provide obvious identifying information may be rejected without review.