Computational Modeling of Objects Represented in Images: Second International Symposium, CompIMAGE 2010, Buffalo, NY, USA, May 5-7, 2010. Proceedings / Edition 1

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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Symposium "Computational Modeling of Objects Represented in Images. Fundamentals, Methods and Applications'', CompIMAGE 2010, held in Buffalo, NY, in May 2010. The 28 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 77 submissions. They are organized in topical sections on theoretical foundations of image analysis and processing; methods and applications on medical imaging, bioimaging, biometrics, and imaging in material sciences, as well as methods and applications on image reconstruction, computed tomography, and other applications.
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Theoretical Foundations of Image Analysis and Processing

Generalized Perpendicular Bisector and Circumcenter Marc Rodríguez Sere Abdoulaye Gaëlle Largeteau-Skapin Eric Andres 1

Digital Stars and Visibility of Digital Objects Valentin E. Brimkov Reneta P. Barneva 11

Ω-Arithmetization of Ellipses Agathe Chollet Guy Wallet Eric Andres Laurent Fuchs Gaëlle Largeteau-Skapin Aurélie Richard 24

Connectedness of Offset Digitizations in Higher Dimensions Valentin E. Brimkov 36

Curvature Estimation for Discrete Curves Based on Auto-adaptive Masks of Convolution Christophe Fiorio Christian Mercat Frédéric Rieux 47

An Algorithm to Decompose n-Dimensional Rotations into Planar Rotations Aurélie Richard Laurent Fuchs Sylvain Charneau 60

Tile Pasting Systems for Tessellation and Tiling Patterns T. Robinson S. Jebasingh Atulya K. Nagar K.G. Subramanian 72

Polyoisominoes Mary Jemima Samuel V.R. Dare T. Kalyani 85

Collage of Iso-Picture Languages and P Systems S. Annadurai V.R. Dare T. Kalyani D.G. Thomas 95

Online Tessellation Automaton Recognizing Various Classes of Convex Polyominoes H. Geetha D.G. Thomas T. Kalyani 107

A New Method for Generation of Three-Dimensional Cubes R. Arumugham K. Thirusangu D.G. Thomas 119

Methods and Applications. Medical Imaging, Bioimaging, Biometrics, and Imaging in Material Sciences

Surface-Based Imaging Methods for High-Resolution Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging David Ress Sankari Dhandapani Sucharit Katyal Clint Greene Chandra Bajaj 130

Characterization of a SimMechanics Model for a Virtual Glove Rehabilitation System Danilo Franchi Alfredo Maurizi Giuseppe Placidi 141

Numerical Methods for the Semi-automatic Analysis of Multimodal Wound Healing Images Giuseppe Placidi Maria Grazia Cifone Benedetta Cinque Danilo Franchi Maurizio Giuliani Cristina La Torre Guido Macchiarelli Marta Maione Alfredo Maurizi Gianfranca Miconi Antonello Sotgiu 151

Customizable Visualization on Demand for Hierarchically Organized Information in Biochemical Networks Peter Droste Eric von Lieres Wolfgang Wiechert Katharina Nöh 163

Improved Kernel Common Vector Method for Face Recognition Varying in Background Conditions C. Lakskmi M. Ponnavaikko M. Sundararajan 175

Compact Binary Patterns (CBP) with Multiple Patch Classifiers for Fast and Accurate Face Recognition Hieu V. Nguyen Li Bai 187

Graph-Theoretic Image Alignment Using Topological Features Waleed Mohamed A. Ben Hamza Khaled Gharaibeh 199

Fast Automatic Microstructural Segmentation of Ferrous Alloy Samples Using Optimum-Path Forest João Paulo Papa Victor Hugo C. de Albuquerque Alexandre Xavier Falcão João Manuel R.S. Tavares 210

Numerical Simulations of Hypoeutectoid Steels under Loading Conditions, Based on Image Processing and Digital Material Representation Lukasz Rauch Lukasz Madej Bogdan Pawlowski 221

Surface Finish Control in Machining Processes Using Haralick Descriptors and Neuronal Networks Enrique Alegre Rocío Alaiz-Rodríguez Joaquín Barreiro Eduardo Fidalgo Laura Fernández 231

Methods and Applications. Image Reconstruction, Computed Tomography, and Other Applications

Direction-Dependency of a Binary Tomographic Reconstruction Algorithm László Varga Péter Balázs Antal Nagy 242

Circular Acquisition to Define the Minimal Set of Projections for Optimal MRI Reconstruction Giuseppe Placidi 254

Surface Reconstruction with an Interactive Modification of Point Normals Taku Itoh 263

On the Effects of Normalization in Adaptive MRF Hierarchies Albert Y.C. Chen Jason J. Corso 275

Topology Preserving Parallel Smoothing for 3D Binary Images Gábor Németh Péter Kardos Kálmán Palágyi 287

Coding a Simulation Model of the 3D Structure of Paper Eduardo L.T. Conceição Joana M.R. Curto Rogério M.S. Simões António A.T.G. Portugal 299

Crowd Behavior Surveillance Using Bhattacharyya Distance Metric Md. Haidar Sharif Sahin Uyaver Chabane Djeraba 311

Author Index 325

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