[IPOL discuss] Ipol and Dataset

Nicolas Limare nicolas.limare at cmla.ens-cachan.fr
Sat May 28 13:46:03 CEST 2011

> For some time we can maintain all the information in the main page
> by removing the abstracts.

This is just temporary. We will have to give up the idea of 
"everything on the first page" eventually. No journal provides a
direct access to all its content.

> If there is space the author names will be maintained and when it is
> no more possible to keep all titles on the page we will only keep
> the topics. Thus it is important that the classification be as
> comprehensive and clear as possible.

More important, it is essential to keep it simple, minimal. Don't add
a new category unless it's really needed. Categories with only only
one entry can be added later, when (if) they contain more items.

> Workshops and accepted articles should be mixed, with the mentions
> "article" or "workshop" or "data set" to distinguish them.

This is a problem. "article/workshop" is a distinction between
reviewed, published content, and other uncontrolled contributions. A
dataset entry is either published (if correctly documented) or not, it
is not kind of online content.

And I think mixing published content (articles) and in-review content
(workshops) is confusing and blurring the lines between what IPOL
endorses and when is not verified yet.

> Please, comment and correct.  I am using the "robust" division
> between Image Processing and Computer Vision.

I think short titles are better, and we don't need to disctiminate
between image processing and computer vision:

* Demosaicking
* Denoising
* Calibration
* Color and contrast
* Data Set
* Stereo
* Matching
* Feature extraction
* Texture

Nicolas LIMARE - CMLA - ENS Cachan    http://www.cmla.ens-cachan.fr/~limare/
IPOL - image processing on line                          http://www.ipol.im/
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