Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns: 10th International Conference, CAIP 2003, Groningen, The Netherlands, August 25-27, 2003, Proceedings / Edition 1

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns, CAIP 2003, held in Groningen, The Netherlands in August 2003.

The 94 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 160 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on analysis and understanding, video analysis, segmentation, shape, classification, face recognition, interpolation and spatial transformations, and filtering.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540407300
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 9/29/2003
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #2756
  • Edition description: 2003
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 786
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.57 (d)

Table of Contents

Analysis and Understanding.- On Design and Applications of Cylindrical Panoramas.- Finding the Symmetry Axis of a Perspectively Projected Plane Curve.- Representing Orientation in n-Dimensional Spaces.- Docking of Polygons Using Boundary Descriptor.- Area and Moment Computation for Objects with a Closed Spline Boundary.- Construction of Complete and Independent Systems of Rotation Moment Invariants.- A Structural Framework for Assembly Modeling and Recognition.- Simple Points in 2D and 3D Binary Images.- Viewpoint Selection – Planning Optimal Sequences of Views for Object Recognition.- Epipolar Plane Images as a Tool to Seek Correspondences in a Dense Sequence.- Computing Neck-Shaft Angle of Femur for X-Ray Fracture Detection.- Illuminance Flow.- Rough Surface Correction and Re-illumination Using the Modified Beckmann Model.- Towards a Real Time Panoramic Depth Sensor.- Depth Recovery from Noisy Gradient Vector Fields Using Regularization.- Bunch Sampling for Fast Texture Synthesis.- Automatic Detection of Specular Reflectance in Colour Images Using the MS Diagram.- Skeletonization of Character Based on Wavelet Transform.- A New Sharpness Measure Based on Gaussian Lines and Edges.- Video.- A New Tracking Technique: Object Tracking and Identification from Motion.- Evaluation of an Adaptive Composite Gaussian Model in Video Surveillance.- Low Complexity Motion Estimation Based on Spatio-Temporal Correlations and Direction of Motion Vectors.- Stereo System for Tracking Moving Object Using Log-Polar Transformation and Zero Disparity Filtering.- Monte Carlo Visual Tracking Using Color Histograms and a Spatially Weighted Oriented Hausdorff Measure.- Object Classification and Tracking in Video Surveillance.- Video Retrieval by Context-Based Interpretation of Time-to-Collision Descriptors.- Trajectory Estimation Based on Globally Consistent Homography.- Real-Time Optic Flow Computation with Variational Methods.- Adaptive Stabilization of Vibration on Archive Films.- A Genetic Algorithm with Automatic Parameter Adaptation for Video Segmentation.- Two-Step Unassisted Video Segmentation Using Fast Marching Method.- Video Mosaicking for Arbitrary Scene Imaged under Arbitrary Camera Motion.- Multi-loop Scalable MPEG-2 Video Coders.- Multimedia Simulation of Colour Blindness and Colour Enhancement Assisted Colour Blindness.- Coefficient Partitioning Scanning Order Wavelet Packet Algorithm for Satellite Images.- Segmentation.- Support Vector Machines for Road Extraction from Remotely Sensed Images.- Fingerprint Matching Based on Directional Image Feature in Polar Coordinate System.- Efficient Algorithm of Eye Image Check for Robust Iris Recognition System.- Recognition of Car License Plate by Using Dynamical Thresholding Method and Enhanced Neural Networks.- Generalizing the Active Shape Model by Integrating Structural Knowledge to Recognize Hand Drawn Sketches.- Automatic Segmentation of Diatom Images.- Topological Active Volumes.- Genetic Algorithm to Set Active Contour.- Unsupervised Segmentation Incorporating Colour, Texture, and Motion.- Image Segmentation Based on Transformations with Reconstruction Criteria.- Gaussian-Weighted Moving-Window Robust Automatic Threshold Selection.- Shape.- Shape from Photometric Stereo and Contours.- A Fast Algorithm for Constructing Parameterizations of Three-Dimensional Simply Connected Digital Objects.- A Visual Comparison of Shape Descriptors Using Multi-Dimensional Scaling.- Part-Based Shape Recognition Using Gradient Vector Field Histograms.- Measuring Sigmoidality.- Optimization and Tracking of Polygon Vertices for Shape Coding.- Classification.- Greedy Algorithm for a Training Set Reduction in the Kernel Methods.- Learning Statistical Structure for Object Detection.- Blind Source Separation Using Variational Expectation-Maximization Algorithm.- Graph Clustering with Tree-Unions.- Writer Style from Oriented Edge Fragments.- Font Classification Using NMF.- Arabic Character Recognition Using Structural Shape Decomposition.- Classifier Combination through Clustering in the Output Spaces.- An Image-Based System for Spoken-Letter Recognition.- A Comparative Study of Morphological and Other Texture Features for the Characterization of Atherosclerotic Carotid Plaques.- A Computation of Fingerprint Similarity Measures Based on Bayesian Probability Modeling.- Classifying Sketches of Animals Using an Agent-Based System.- Iris Recognition for Iris Tilted in Depth.- Spectral Clustering of Graphs.- Adaptive Segmentation of Remote-Sensing Images for Aerial Surveillance.- Detecting and Classifying Road Turn Directions from a Sequence of Images.- Classification of Connecting Points in Thai Printed Characters by combining Inductive Logic Programming with Backpropagation Neural Network.- Design of a Multilayered Feed-Forward Neural Network Using Hypersphere Neurons.- Analytical Decision Boundary Feature Extraction for Neural Networks with Multiple Hidden Layers.- Feasible Adaptation Criteria for Hybrid Wavelet – Large Margin Classifiers.- Face Recognition.- A New Fisher-Based Method Applied to Face Recognition.- Merging Subspace Models for Face Recognition.- A Face Processing System Based on Committee Machine: The Approach and Experimental Results.- Multi-class Support Vector Machines with Case-Based Combination for Face Recognition.- Partial Faces for Face Recognition: Left vs Right Half.- Face Recognition by Fisher and Scatter Linear Discriminant Analysis.- Optimizing Eigenfaces by Face Masks for Facial Expression Recognition.- Interpolation and Spatial Transformations.- Polyhedral Scene: Mosaic Construction from 2 Images Taken under the General Case.- Modeling Adaptive Deformations during Free-Form Pose Estimation.- Super-resolution Capabilities of the Hough-Green Transform.- The Generalised Radon Transform: Sampling and Memory Considerations.- Monocentric Optical Space.- Cumulative Chord Piecewise-Quartics for Length and Curve Estimation.- PDE Based Method for Superresolution of Gray-Level Images.- Interpolating Camera Configurations.- Filtering.- Discrete Morphology with Line Structuring Elements.- Weighted Thin-Plate Spline Image Denoising.- The D-Dimensional Inverse Vector-Gradient Operator and Its Application for Scale-Free Image Enhancement.- A Simple and Efficient Algorithm for Detection of High Curvature Points in Planar Curves.- Modelling Non-linearities in Images Using an Auto-associative Neural Network.- Conditions of Similarity between Hermite and Gabor Filters as Models of the Human Visual System.- Offset Smoothing Using the USAN’s Principle.

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