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Meanwhile we all are aware that we experience currently a very special period. But we are sure that most of the people have not expected that this time of drastic restrictions will last so long. All private, social, economic, cultural, and academic areas are negatively influenced. But for a certain time it was totally underestimated how strong this pandemic will disturb the international scientific cooperation. We all miss our personal meetings with lively discussions and active knowledge transfer which are of invaluable value for the progress of the sciences. Last year we finished my preface with the hope that we will meet in November 2021 in Rome onsite and not again in another virtual room. Unfortunately, this outlook was obviously too optimistic. Consequently, we organized another virtual conference from which we report in these proceedings. If we consider all the challenges that such a more or less anonymous event causes, then we can still conclude that the 14th ICMV was a successful event again. More than 80 participants took actively part on the eleven sessions across the four conference days. We started again with three invited lectures given by recognized international experts in machine vision.

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Wolfgang Osten, Dmitry Nikolaev, Johan Debayle. Introduction. Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering, 12084, pp.xi à xii/1208401, 2022, FPROCEEDINGS OF SPIE - Fourteenth International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV 2021), ⟨10.1117/12.2625908⟩. ⟨emse-03970068⟩
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