2023 2nd International Conference on Machine Vision, Automatic Identification and Detection (MVAID 2023)



Hangzhou, abbreviated as "Hang", is the capital and sub-provincial city of Zhejiang Province, located in the southeast coast of China, the northern part of Zhejiang Province, downstream of Qiantang River and the southern end of Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, and is the political, economic, cultural, educational, transportation and financial center of Zhejiang Province. It is one of the important e-commerce centers and a new first-tier city. Hangzhou has a history of more than 2,200 years since the establishment of the county government in the Qin Dynasty, and was once the capital of the Wu-Yue Kingdom and the Southern Song Dynasty. It is also known as "Heaven on Earth" due to its beautiful scenery. Thanks to the Beijing-Hangzhou Canal and the convenience of commercial ports, as well as its own developed silk and grain industries, Hangzhou was historically an important commercial distribution center. Later on, light industry developed rapidly thanks to the opening of railroad lines such as the Shanghai-Hangzhou Railway and Shanghai's drive in import and export trade. Hangzhou has many humanistic monuments, and there are a large number of natural and humanistic landscape relics in and around West Lake. Among the main representative unique cultures are West Lake culture, Liangzhu culture, silk culture, tea culture, as well as many stories and legends passed down as representatives of Hangzhou culture. The 2018 World Short Course Swimming Championships and the 2022 Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou on September 23, 2023. on November 26, 2018, it was awarded the title of China's Happiest City.

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