XIV Brazilian Symposium on Computer Graphics and Image Processing
15 - 18 October 2001, Florianópolis, Brazil

Full Papers

[Evaluation Criteria] [How to Submit] [Publication] [Support to Authors] [Important Dates] [Contact]

Contributions must not have been previously published in, presented at, or submitted for any other journal or conference, except as a technical report or at a purely local event.

A full paper with 8 pages or less should be self-contained, meaning that it must include enough details (or references to easily available literature) about its techniques, algorithms, proofs, and experiments; so that an expert in the field can in principle reproduce the work and verify the claims made therein.

8-10 papers in Image Processing, Computer Vision, and Pattern Recognition will be selected for a special issue to be published in the journal Pattern Recognition Letters. The best papers in Computer Graphics, Geometric Modeling, and Visualization will be selected for a special issue in the journal Computers & Graphics.

Evaluation criteria

Each paper will be carefully evaluated by at least three referees (either members of the Program Committee or external specialists). The main evaluation criteria will be relevance, originality, validity, and importance of the results described. Therefore, the paper must clearly state its original contributions, and compare itself to previous work on the same topic.

The clarity and succintness of the text are also important; authors are urged to check our successful papers submission hints page. Another important factors in the evaluation will be the paper's conformity to the layout and format standards established by the Program Committee.

In its evaluation, the Program Committee will assume that there will not be substantial changes between the submitted text and the final version---not only in contents, but also in style, format, and length. Therefore, the initial submission itself must already be in the SIBGRAPI2001 standard format, and strictly within the established page limits. Submissions that fail to observe these conditions may be rejected, independently of their contents.

How to Submit

Submit the papers electronically by e-mail or by uploading zipped (either UNIX gzip or Winzip) Postscript or PDF files as follows:

In both cases, send an e-mail message (Subject: SIBGRAPI 2001 - Paper Submission Form) to with the following information:

Uploaded filename: (if applied)
Email for notification:
URL (optional):
Abstract (5 to 10 lines):
Keywords (at least 3):

Please, do not send Word documents.


At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the Symposium to have the paper printed.

Accepted papers will be printed in the Symposium Proceedings, and may be made available in electronic form through WWW---either at the Symposium's site or at the Publisher's, depending on copyright issues to be resolved.

Support to Authors

If the budget allows, the author who presents the paper will receive a partial refund of the registration fee and/or some monetary support.

Important Dates


In case of questions please feel free to contact the Program Co-Chairs.

Prof. Wu, Shin - Ting
DCA - FEEC - Unicamp
13081-970 Campinas São Paulo, Brazil
Phone: +55(19)3788-3795
Fax: +55(19)3289-1395

Prof. Díbio Leandro Borges

Last update: Fri Nov 17 23:33:44 EDT 2000 by Ting.