It is the holiday season, a lot of publishers are slow to update their listings, so not a lot of change.
Springer continues to have problems with their new web site — the essential problem is that sorting of entries does not sort as claimed. This makes it impossible to find new entries for proceedings [...]
The mid-December update is minor. I am still waiting for IEEE to post the 2 big fall conferences: ICIP and ICCV which will be a major addition.
The primary update is the addition of the 2011 Face & Gesture papers. Other updates are minor. The season of conferences and workshops is arriving, with CVPR in a few weeks.
The bibliography has some updates this week — the usual newly published journals and a few small conferences.
There are some recent conference updates, noted in the Conference Updates to the right. Some workshops have not yet been listed because the official site is not ready and the various other listing of dates do not [...]
A number of updates in early March. Most journals were added and ACCV 2010 has been added. This brings the bibliography up to date with most of the fall and winter conferences and prepares for the big summer and fall season with all the major 500+ paper meetings.
The WACV (Applications of Computer Vision) papers have been incorporated into the bibliography. This update also includes the associated WMVC (Motion) and POV (Person Oriented Vision).
The Bibliography update involves a few journal references and the usual occasional other changes. The recent WACV and related meetings will appear later, also ACCV proceedings are not yet available from Springer. Now that universities are back in session (and professors are back at work), a number of conferences for 2011 have been added.
The dates for the International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) have changed for 2011. The meeting is now scheduled for November 6-13, 2011. There was no change (currently) in the deadline for papers, which is late winter 2011.
There are some conference updates in the Bibliography but the third volume (of what is mostly an electronic proceedings — is there really a printed copy?) of ECCV has still not been put online by Springer.
The listing for ECCV 2010 is mostly available and will be on the Vision Bibliography list later Friday. The Springer web site has listings for Volume I, II, IV, V, and VI. Where Volume III went is anyone’s guess, but with the other changes to the Springer site, it is to be expected that things [...]