The Workshop on Vision-Based Understanding for Low-Resource Languages (WVLL) aims to foster discussions and collaborations among researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts interested in the challenges and opportunities related to vision-based understanding in the context of low-resource languages. This workshop will explore recent advances and novel approaches in document image processing, optical character recognition, scene text detection, medical document analysis, and other related topics, with a specific focus on languages with limited linguistic resources.
We invite original contributions covering a wide range of topics relevant to a vision-based understanding of low-resource languages. Suggested areas of interest include but are not limited to
We invite researchers to submit their original and unpublished work related to the workshop's theme. Authors can submit either long papers (up to 8 pages) or short papers (up to 4 pages), following the WACV 2024 formatting guidelines.
All submissions will undergo a rigorous peer-review process by our expert review panel. Accepted papers will be presented during the workshop as oral presentations or posters.
Please submit your papers through the WVLL workshop submission system:
Join us at the Workshop on Vision-Based Understanding for Low-Resource Languages, where we will explore innovative solutions to empower languages with limited resources through cutting-edge computer vision technologies. We look forward to receiving your valuable contributions and fostering engaging discussions during the workshop at WACV 2023!