Computer Vision and Graphics: Second International Conference, ICCVG 2010, Warsaw, Poland, September 20-22, 2010, Proceedings, Part I

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This book is part I of a two-volume work that contains the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics, ICCVG 2010, held in Warsaw, Poland, in September 2010. The 95 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in three topical sections: advances in pattern recognition, machine vision and image understanding; human motion analysis and synthesis; and computer vision ...

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Overview

This book is part I of a two-volume work that contains the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics, ICCVG 2010, held in Warsaw, Poland, in September 2010. The 95 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in three topical sections: advances in pattern recognition, machine vision and image understanding; human motion analysis and synthesis; and computer vision and graphics.

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Advances in Pattern Recognition, Machine Vision and Image Understanding

Visual Codebooks Survey for Video On-Line Processing Vítezslav Beran Pavel Zemcík 1

Application of Shape Description Methodology to Hand Radiographs Interpretation Marzena Bielecka Andrzej Bielecki Mariusz Korkosz Marek Skomorowski Wadim Wojciechowski Bartosz Zieliniski 11

Localisation and Tracking of an Airport's Approach Lighting System Shyama Prosad Chowdhury Karen Rafferty Amit Kumar Das 19

Algorithm for Blood-Vessel Segmentation in 3D Images Based on a Right Generalized Cylinder Model: Application to Carotid Arteries Leonardo Flórez Valencia Jacques Azencot Maciej Orkisz 27

Cognitive Hierarchical Active Partitions Using Patch Approach Konrad Jojczyk Michat Pryczek Arkadiusz Tomczyk Piotr S. Szczepaniak Piotr Grzelak 35

Ontological Models as Tools for Image Content Understanding Juliusz L. Kulikowski 43

Unsupervised, Fast and Precise Recognition of Digital Arcs in Noisy Images Thanh Phuong Nguyen Bertrand Kerautret Isabelle Debled-Rennesson Jacques-Olivier Lachaud 59

The Role of Sparse Data Representation in Semantic Image Understanding Artur Przelaskowski 69

Semantic Interpretation of Heart Vessel Structures Based on Graph Grammars Miroslaw Trzupek 81

Interpretation of Images and Their Sequences Using Potential Active Contour Method Stanislaw Walczak Arkadiusz Tomczyk Piotr S. Szczepaniak 89

Inductive Learning Methods in the Simple Image Understanding System Krzysztof Wójcik 97

Human, Motion Analysis and Synthesis

A Generic Approach to Design and Querying of Multi-purpose Human Motion Database Wiktor Filipowicz Piotr Habela Krzysztof Kaczmarski Marek Kulbacki 105

Surveillance Video Stream Analysis Using Adaptive Background Model and Object Recognition Pawel Forczmanski Marcin Seweryn 114

Nonlinear Multiscale Analysis of Motion Trajectories Bartosz Jablonski Marek Kulbacki 122

Matlab Based Interactive Simulation Program for 2D Multisegment Mechanical Systems Henryk Josinski Adam Switonski Karol Jedrasiak Andrzej Polanski Konrad Wojciechowski 131

Electrooculography Signal Estimation by Using Evolution-Based Technique for Computer Animation Applications Robert Krupinski Przemystaw Mazurek 139

Articulated Body Motion Tracking by Combined Particle Swarm Optimization and Particle Filtering Tomasz Krzeszowski Bogdan Kwolek Konrad Wojciechowski 147

GPU-Accelerated Tracking of the Motion of 3D Articulated Figure Tomasz Krzeszowski Bogdan Kwolek Konrad Wojciechowski 155

An Efficient Approach for Human Motion Data Mining Based on Curves Matching Van-Hanh Nguyen Frederic Merienne Jean-Luc Martinez 163

Estimation System for Forces and Torques in a Biped Motion Andrzej Polanski Adam Switonski Henryk Josinski Karol Jedrasiak Konrad Wojciechowski 185

Classification of Poses and Movement Phases Adam Switonski Henryk Josinski Karol Jedrasiak Andrzej Polanski Konrad Wojciechowski 193

Computer Vision and Graphics

Region Covariance Matrix-Based Object Tracking with Occlusions Handling Ivar Austvoll Bogdan Kwolek 201

Minimalist AdaBoost for Blemish Identification in Potatoes Michael Barnes Grzegorz Cielniak Tom Duckett 209

The Colour Sketch Recognition Interface for Training Systems Marcin Bernas 217

Interactive Hydraulic Erosion Using CUDA Richard Bezin Alexandre Peyrat Benoit Crespin Olivier Terraz Xavier Skapin Philippe Meseure 225

Smoothing, Enhancing Filters in Terms of Backward Stochastic Differential Equations Dariusz Borkowski 233

An Analysis of Different Clustering Algorithms for ROI Detection in High Resolutions CT Lung Images Alfonso Castro Carmen Bóveda Alberto Rey Bernardino Arcay 241

A System to Measure Gap Distance between Two Vehicles Using License Plate Character Height Kin Yip Chan Andrzej Ordys Olga Duran 249

Efficient Neural Models for Visual Attention Sylvain Chevallier Nicolas Cuperlier Philippe Gaussier 257

Fuzzy Hough Transform-Based Methods for Extraction and Measurements of Single Trees in Large-Volume 3D Terrestrial LIDAR Data Leszek J. Chmielewski Marcin Bator Michal Zasada Krzysztof Sterenczak Pawel Strzelinski 265

Image Recognition Techniques Applied to Automated and Objective QoE Assessment of Mobile WWW Services Michal Choras Adam Flizikowski Rafat Kozik Witold Hotubowicz 275

Detection of Near-Regular Object Configurations by Elastic Graph Search Gerardus Croonen Csaba Beleznai 283

Traffic Scene Segmentation and Robust Filtering for Road Signs Recognition Boguslaw Cyganek 292

Fast Distance Vector Field Extraction for Facial Feature Detection Wojciech Czarnecki Szymon Gburek Maciej Smiatacz 300

Vision-Based Vehicle Speed Measurement Method Witold Czajewski Marcin Iwanowski 308

A Particle-Based Method for Large-Scale Breaking Waves Simulation Emmanuelle Darles Benoit Crespin Djamchid Ghazanfarpour 316

A Hierarchical Classification Method for Mammographic Lesions Using Wavelet Transform and Spatial Features Silvana G. Dellepiane Irene Minetti Sara Dellepiane 324

Easy Rigging of Face by Automatic Registration and Transfer of Skinning Parameters Ludovic Dutreve Alexandre Meyer Veronica Orvalho Saïida Bouakaz 333

Terrain Modeling with Multifractional Brownian Motion and Self-regulating Processes Antoine Echelard Jacques Lévy Véhel Olivier Barrière 342

Image Encryption through Using Chaotic Function and Graph Sa'ed Faridnia Karim Fae'z 352

Robust Stamps Detection and Classification by Means of General Shape Analysis Pawel Forczmanski Dariusz Frejlichowski 360

Pre-processing, Extraction and Recognition of Binary Erythrocyte Shapes for Computer-Assisted Diagnosis Based on MGG Images Dariusz Frejlichowski 368

Analysis of Four Polar Shape Descriptors Properties in an Exemplary Application Dariusz Frejlichowski 376

Single Frame Rate-Quantization Model for MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Video Encoders Tomasz Grajek Marek Domanski 384

A Robust Method for Nose Detection under Various Conditions M. Hassaballah Tomonori Kanazawa Shinobu Ido Shun Ido 392

Segmentation of Moving Cells in Bright Field and Epi-Fluorescent Microscopic Image Sequences Marcin Iwanowski Anna Korzynska 401

Shape Representation and Shape Coefficients via Method of Hurwitz-Radon Matrices Dariusz Jakóbczak 411

Characteristics of Architectural Distortions in Mammograms - Extraction of Texture Orientation with Gabor Filters Magdalena Jasionowska Artur Przelaskowski Rafat Józwiak 420

Author Index 431

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