Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished research and application papers addressing all areas of 3D Object Retrieval. Submissions are invited in the form of full papers (up to 8 pages) and short papers presented in a poster session (up to 4 pages). State of the arts papers on specific topics of interest in the workshop are, also, welcome and may exceed the 8 pages limit.
All accepted papers will be published in the EG Digital Library.
Extended and revised versions of selected full papers will be considered for publication in a special section of the Computers and Graphics Journal (Elsevier), based on the reviewers’ comments and on the feedback from the 3DOR workshop. The deadline for this special issue will be 6 weeks after the workshop (end of June 2019) and reviewer continuity will be aimed for.
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
3D shape analysis
3D shape similarity and matching
3D mesh sequence retrieval
3D mobile media retrieval
3D search in large scale data
3D object classification, indexing, and mining
Similarity of non-rigid shapes
3D shape decomposition, and segmentation
Partial, part-in-whole, and many-to-many matching
Matching under uncertainty and noise
Semantics-driven 3D object retrieval and classification
Query interfaces and search modalities
Deep learning for 3D shape retrieval
Generative/discriminative approaches in 3D object categorization
Visual Analytics for 3D similarity assessment
Applications in multimedia, CAD, architecture, games, biometrics, e-science, e-learning, medicine, biology, and cultural heritage.
Also this year, the workshop will feature the 14th Shape Retrieval Evaluation Contest (SHREC’2019). A separate call for participation will be issued shortly.
The submission should be formatted according to the Eurographics guidelines. Submissions should be done through the SRM website.
The 3DOR 2019 conference will use a double-blind review process. Consequently, all submissions must be anonymous.