If you own or come across a mailing list that is likely to be of interest to the vision community, please inform the moderator.
The scope of the Morphology Digest list is to provide a communication channel between people interested in mathematical morphology and morphological image analysis. Related posts such as publication and conference announcements, algorithms, software, queries, and job proposals are sought. The list is moderated in the sense that all messages are collected by the list owner and then edited on a regular basis so as to create an edited digest (maximum 6 per year).
Back-issues of the Morphology digest are available from http://ams.jrc.it/mdigest/.
Pixel is a mailing list concerned principally with all aspects of image processing, though a large proportion of the readership works in the general area of computer vision. It is available on the web as http://pixel.essex.ac.uk/ with categorized articles. It is also distributed by email on a per-submission, daily or weekly basis, the latter two in digest form.
The PEIPA archive is associated with this mailing list. PEIPA contains a range of material concerned with image processing, computer vision, computer graphics, and virtual reality; it includes software, test imagery, and related information. PEIPA is accessed by anonymous FTP from peipa.essex.ac.uk in and below the directory ipa and on the World-Wide Web.
Back-issues of Pixel are available from http://peipa.essex.ac.uk/digests/.
Vision-List is a mailing list concerned principally with computer vision. It is distributed in digest form to a mailing list and via the newsgroup comp.ai.vision; you are recommended to read the latter rather than subscribe directly.
Associated with the mailing list is an archive of vision-related material, accessed by anonymous FTP from ftp.vislist.com. This includes software, test images, and back-issues of the digest. Some of the material is also on the web at http://www.vislist.com/. Back-issues of Vision-List are also available from http://peipa.essex.ac.uk/digests/.
Last updated 2012-06-21 11:13:08 by Adrian F. Clark. [Accessibility information.]