Computational Modeling of Objects Represented in Images [electronic resource] : Second International Symposium, CompIMAGE 2010, Buffalo, NY, USA, May 5-7, 2010. Proceedings / edited by Reneta P. Barneva, Valentin E. Brimkov, Herbert A. Hauptman, Renato M. Natal Jorge, João Manuel R. S. Tavares.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 6026Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010Description: XV, 326p. 178 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642127120Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Computer software | Information systems | Computer graphics | Computer vision | Optical pattern recognition | Computer Science | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Pattern Recognition | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Computer Communication Networks | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Computer GraphicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 006.6 | 006.37 LOC classification: TA1637-1638TA1637-1638Online resources: Click here to access online
Theoretical Foundations of Image Analysis and Processing -- Generalized Perpendicular Bisector and Circumcenter -- Digital Stars and Visibility of Digital Objects -- ?-Arithmetization of Ellipses -- Connectedness of Offset Digitizations in Higher Dimensions -- Curvature Estimation for Discrete Curves Based on Auto-adaptive Masks of Convolution -- An Algorithm to Decompose n-Dimensional Rotations into Planar Rotations -- Tile Pasting Systems for Tessellation and Tiling Patterns -- Polyoisominoes -- Collage of Iso-Picture Languages and P Systems -- Online Tessellation Automaton Recognizing Various Classes of Convex Polyominoes -- A New Method for Generation of Three-Dimensional Cubes -- Methods and Applications. Medical Imaging, Bioimaging, Biometrics, and Imaging in Material Sciences -- Surface-Based Imaging Methods for High-Resolution Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging -- Characterization of a SimMechanics Model for a Virtual Glove Rehabilitation System -- Numerical Methods for the Semi-automatic Analysis of Multimodal Wound Healing Images -- Customizable Visualization on Demand for Hierarchically Organized Information in Biochemical Networks -- Improved Kernel Common Vector Method for Face Recognition Varying in Background Conditions -- Compact Binary Patterns (CBP) with Multiple Patch Classifiers for Fast and Accurate Face Recognition -- Graph-Theoretic Image Alignment Using Topological Features -- Fast Automatic Microstructural Segmentation of Ferrous Alloy Samples Using Optimum-Path Forest -- Numerical Simulations of Hypoeutectoid Steels under Loading Conditions, Based on Image Processing and Digital Material Representation -- Surface Finish Control in Machining Processes Using Haralick Descriptors and Neuronal Networks -- Methods and Applications. Image Reconstruction, Computed Tomography, and Other Applications -- Direction-Dependency of a Binary Tomographic Reconstruction Algorithm -- Circular Acquisition to Define the Minimal Set of Projections for Optimal MRI Reconstruction -- Surface Reconstruction with an Interactive Modification of Point Normals -- On the Effects of Normalization in Adaptive MRF Hierarchies -- Topology Preserving Parallel Smoothing for 3D Binary Images -- Coding a Simulation Model of the 3D Structure of Paper -- Crowd Behavior Surveillance Using Bhattacharyya Distance Metric.
It is indeed a great pleasure to welcome you to the proceedings of the Inter- tional Symposium “Computational Modeling of Objects Represented in Images. Fundamentals,MethodsandApplications”(CompIMAGE2010)heldinBu?alo, NY, May 5-7, 2010. This was the second issue of CompIMAGE symposia, the ?rst one being held in Coimbra, Portugal. The purpose of CompIMAGE 2010 was to provide a common forum for - searchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners around the world to present their latest research ?ndings, ideas, developments, and applications in the area of computational modeling of objects represented in images. In particular, the symposium aimed to attract scientists who use various approaches – such as ?nite element method, optimization methods, modal analysis, stochastic me- ods, principal components analysis, independent components analysis, distri- tion models, geometrical modeling, digital geometry, grammars,fuzzy logic, and others – to solve problems that appear in a wide range of areas as diverse as medicine, robotics, defense, security, astronomy,materialscience, and manuf- turing. CompIMAGE 2010 was highly international. Its Program Committee m- bersarerenownedexpertscomingfrom25di?erentcountries.Submissionstothe symposium came from 22 countries from Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America. Overall, representatives of 32 countries contributed to the symposium in di?erent capacities.