Computer Vision — ECCV '94 [electronic resource] : Third European Conference on Computer Vision Stockholm, Sweden, May 2–6, 1994 Proceedings, Volume I / edited by Jan-Olof Eklundh.

By: Eklundh, Jan-Olof [editor.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 800Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1994Description: VIII, 620 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540483984Subject(s): Computer science | Artificial intelligence | Computer graphics | Computer vision | Optical pattern recognition | Electromagnetism | Computer Science | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Pattern Recognition | Computer Graphics | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Electromagnetism, Optics and LasersAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 006.6 | 006.37 LOC classification: TA1637-1638TA1637-1638Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Evolutionary fronts for topology-independent shape modeling and recovery -- Epipolar fields on surfaces -- Stability and likelihood of views of three dimensional objects -- Topological reconstruction of a smooth manifold-solid from its occluding contour -- Optical flow estimation: Advances and comparisons -- Multiple constraints for optical flow -- Motion field of curves: Applications -- Sufficient image structure for 3-D motion and shape estimation -- A comparison between the standard Hough Transform and the Mahalanobis distance Hough Transform -- Junction classification by multiple orientation detection -- Following corners on curves and surfaces in the scale space -- Scale-space properties of quadratic edge detectors -- A scalar function formulation for optical flow -- First order optic flow from log-polar sampled images -- Recursive non-linear estimation of discontinuous flow fields -- The use of optical flow for the autonomous navigation -- An image motion estimation technique based on a combined statistical test and spatiotemporal generalised likelihood ratio approach -- Independent motion segmentation and collision prediction for road vehicles -- An MRF based motion detection algorithm implemented on analog resistive network -- Occlusion ambiguities in motion -- A robust tracking of 3D motion -- Robust multiple car tracking with occlusion reasoning -- Shape from motion algorithms: A comparative analysis of scaled orthography and perspective -- Robust egomotion estimation from affine motion parallax -- Integrated 3D analysis of flight image sequences -- Recursive affine structure and motion from image sequences -- Shape models from image sequences -- Vibration modes for nonrigid motion analysis in 3D images -- Applying VC-dimension analysis to object recognition -- Extraction of groups for recognition -- Model based pose estimation of articulated and constrained objects -- Seeing behind occlusions -- Face recognition: The problem of compensating for changes in illumination direction -- Learning flexible models from image sequences -- A direct recovery of superquadric models in range images using recover-and-select paradigm -- Segmentation and recovery of SHGCs from a real intensity image -- Recognizing hand gestures -- Pose refinement of active models using forces in 3D -- Recovering surface curvature and orientation from texture distortion: A least squares algorithm and sensitivity analysis -- Direct estimation of local surface shape in a fixating binocular vision system -- Deriving orientation cues from stereo images -- Shape-adapted smoothing in estimation of 3-D depth cues from affine distortions of local 2-D brightness structure -- Utilizing symmetry in the reconstruction of three-dimensional shape from noisy images -- Consistency and correction of line-drawings, obtained by projections of piecewise planar objects -- On the enumerative geometry of aspect graphs -- Geometry-driven curve evolution -- Quantitative measurement of manufactured diamond shape -- Hierarchical shape representation using locally adaptive finite elements -- Camera calibration from spheres images -- Self calibration of a stereo head mounted onto a robot arm -- Analytical methods for uncalibrated stereo and motion reconstruction -- Self-calibration from multiple views with a rotating camera -- Trilinearity in visual recognition by alignment -- What can two images tell us about a third one? -- A robust method for road sign detection and recognition -- Pose determination and recognition of vehicles in traffic scenes -- Performance comparison of ten variations on the interpretation-tree matching algorithm -- Recognition of human facial expressions without feature extraction -- Pulsed neural networks and perceptive grouping -- Projective invariants for planar contour recognition -- Divided we fall: Resolving occlusions using causal reasoning -- Camera calibration of a head-eye system for active vision -- Linear pushbroom cameras -- Robust recovery of the epipolar geometry for an uncalibrated stereo rig -- A stability analysis of the Fundamental matrix -- Canonic representations for the geometries of multiple projective views.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) has established itself as a major event in this exciting and very active field of research. This two-volume proceedings collects the 115 papers accepted for presentation at the 3rd ECCV, held in Stockholm in May 1994. The papers were selected from over 300 submissions and together give a well balanced reflection of the state of the art in computer vision. The papers in Volume I are grouped under the following headings: Geometry and shape, Optical flow and motion fields, Image features, Motion and flow, Motion segmentation and tracking, Ego-motion and 3D recovery, Recognition, Shape modelling, Shape estimation, Calibration and multiple views, and Stereo and calibration
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Evolutionary fronts for topology-independent shape modeling and recovery -- Epipolar fields on surfaces -- Stability and likelihood of views of three dimensional objects -- Topological reconstruction of a smooth manifold-solid from its occluding contour -- Optical flow estimation: Advances and comparisons -- Multiple constraints for optical flow -- Motion field of curves: Applications -- Sufficient image structure for 3-D motion and shape estimation -- A comparison between the standard Hough Transform and the Mahalanobis distance Hough Transform -- Junction classification by multiple orientation detection -- Following corners on curves and surfaces in the scale space -- Scale-space properties of quadratic edge detectors -- A scalar function formulation for optical flow -- First order optic flow from log-polar sampled images -- Recursive non-linear estimation of discontinuous flow fields -- The use of optical flow for the autonomous navigation -- An image motion estimation technique based on a combined statistical test and spatiotemporal generalised likelihood ratio approach -- Independent motion segmentation and collision prediction for road vehicles -- An MRF based motion detection algorithm implemented on analog resistive network -- Occlusion ambiguities in motion -- A robust tracking of 3D motion -- Robust multiple car tracking with occlusion reasoning -- Shape from motion algorithms: A comparative analysis of scaled orthography and perspective -- Robust egomotion estimation from affine motion parallax -- Integrated 3D analysis of flight image sequences -- Recursive affine structure and motion from image sequences -- Shape models from image sequences -- Vibration modes for nonrigid motion analysis in 3D images -- Applying VC-dimension analysis to object recognition -- Extraction of groups for recognition -- Model based pose estimation of articulated and constrained objects -- Seeing behind occlusions -- Face recognition: The problem of compensating for changes in illumination direction -- Learning flexible models from image sequences -- A direct recovery of superquadric models in range images using recover-and-select paradigm -- Segmentation and recovery of SHGCs from a real intensity image -- Recognizing hand gestures -- Pose refinement of active models using forces in 3D -- Recovering surface curvature and orientation from texture distortion: A least squares algorithm and sensitivity analysis -- Direct estimation of local surface shape in a fixating binocular vision system -- Deriving orientation cues from stereo images -- Shape-adapted smoothing in estimation of 3-D depth cues from affine distortions of local 2-D brightness structure -- Utilizing symmetry in the reconstruction of three-dimensional shape from noisy images -- Consistency and correction of line-drawings, obtained by projections of piecewise planar objects -- On the enumerative geometry of aspect graphs -- Geometry-driven curve evolution -- Quantitative measurement of manufactured diamond shape -- Hierarchical shape representation using locally adaptive finite elements -- Camera calibration from spheres images -- Self calibration of a stereo head mounted onto a robot arm -- Analytical methods for uncalibrated stereo and motion reconstruction -- Self-calibration from multiple views with a rotating camera -- Trilinearity in visual recognition by alignment -- What can two images tell us about a third one? -- A robust method for road sign detection and recognition -- Pose determination and recognition of vehicles in traffic scenes -- Performance comparison of ten variations on the interpretation-tree matching algorithm -- Recognition of human facial expressions without feature extraction -- Pulsed neural networks and perceptive grouping -- Projective invariants for planar contour recognition -- Divided we fall: Resolving occlusions using causal reasoning -- Camera calibration of a head-eye system for active vision -- Linear pushbroom cameras -- Robust recovery of the epipolar geometry for an uncalibrated stereo rig -- A stability analysis of the Fundamental matrix -- Canonic representations for the geometries of multiple projective views.

The European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) has established itself as a major event in this exciting and very active field of research. This two-volume proceedings collects the 115 papers accepted for presentation at the 3rd ECCV, held in Stockholm in May 1994. The papers were selected from over 300 submissions and together give a well balanced reflection of the state of the art in computer vision. The papers in Volume I are grouped under the following headings: Geometry and shape, Optical flow and motion fields, Image features, Motion and flow, Motion segmentation and tracking, Ego-motion and 3D recovery, Recognition, Shape modelling, Shape estimation, Calibration and multiple views, and Stereo and calibration

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