Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects [electronic resource] : 4th International Conference, AMDO 2006, Port d’Andratx, Mallorca, Spain, July 11-14, 2006. Proceedings / edited by Francisco J. Perales, Robert B. Fisher.

By: Perales, Francisco J [editor.]Contributor(s): Fisher, Robert B [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4069Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XV, 526 p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540360322Subject(s): Computer science | Artificial intelligence | Computer simulation | Computer graphics | Computer vision | Optical pattern recognition | Computer Science | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Pattern Recognition | Computer Graphics | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Simulation and ModelingAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 006.6 | 006.37 LOC classification: TA1637-1638TA1637-1638Online resources: Click here to access online
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Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects AMD$O^{?e}$ 2006 -- A Study on Human Gaze Detection Based on 3D Eye Model -- Robust Fake Iris Detection -- A Study on Fast Iris Restoration Based on Focus Checking -- A Spatio-temporal Metric for Dynamic Mesh Comparison -- Facetoface: An Isometric Model for Facial Animation -- Matching Two-Dimensional Articulated Shapes Using Generalized Multidimensional Scaling -- Further Developments in Geometrical Algorithms for Ear Biometrics -- Composition of Complex Motion Models from Elementary Human Motions -- Acquisition of Articulated Human Body Models Using Multiple Cameras -- Recovering Articulated Non-rigid Shapes, Motions and Kinematic Chains from Video -- 3D Shape Reconstruction of Trunk Swaying Human Body Segments -- Combined Head, Lips, Eyebrows, and Eyelids Tracking Using Adaptive Appearance Models -- Mobile Path and Spin 3D Tracking and Reconstruction -- Generalized SCODEF Deformations on Subdivision Surfaces -- Viewpoint Insensitive Posture Representation for Action Recognition -- Ballistic Hand Movements -- Collision Detection Trough Deconstruction of Articulated Objects -- Probabilistic Spatio-temporal 2D-Model for Pedestrian Motion Analysis in Monocular Sequences -- Predicting 3D People from 2D Pictures -- Certain Object Segmentation Based on AdaBoost Learning and Nodes Aggregation Iterative Graph-Cuts -- Learning Deformations of Human Arm Movement to Adapt to Environmental Constraints -- Three-Dimensional Mapping from Stereo Images with Geometrical Rectification -- Transferring a Labeled Generic Rig to Animate Face Models -- Virtual Characters as Emotional Interaction Element in the User Interfaces -- Face Modeling and Wrinkle Simulation Using Convolution Surface -- Cascade of Fusion for Adaptive Classifier Combination Using Context-Awareness -- Modeling Relaxed Hand Shape for Character Animation -- Boundary Fragment Matching and Articulated Pose Under Occlusion -- Object Tracking and Elimination Using Level-of-Detail Canny Edge Maps -- Facial Expression Recognition in Various Internal States Using Independent Component Analysis -- Gender Identification on the Teeth Based on Principal Component Analysis Representation -- Grasp Motion Synthesis Based on Object Features -- Carrying Object Detection Using Pose Preserving Dynamic Shape Models -- Person Recognition Using Human Head Motion Information -- Matching Deformable Features Based on Oriented Multi-scale Filter Banks -- Principal Spine Shape Deformation Modes Using Riemannian Geometry and Articulated Models -- Automatic Pose Correction for Local Feature-Based Face Authentication -- An Adaptive 3D Surface Mesh Cutting Operation -- Action Recognition Using Motion Primitives and Probabilistic Edit Distance -- Shape-Motion Based Athlete Tracking for Multilevel Action Recognition -- Finding Articulated Body in Time-Series Volume Data -- Emotional Facial Expression Classification for Multimodal User Interfaces -- Posture Constraints for Bayesian Human Motion Tracking -- Efficient Incorporation of Motionless Foreground Objects for Adaptive Background Segmentation -- Interactive Soft Object Simulation with Quadratic Finite Elements -- An Alternative to Medial Axis for the 3D Reconstruction of Unorganized Set of Points Using Implicit Surfaces -- Modeling Timing Structure in Multimedia Signals -- Human Motion Synthesis by Motion Manifold Learning and Motion Primitive Segmentation -- Towards an Integrated Technological Framework for Modelling Shared Virtual Spaces: Languages and Domotic Applications -- Agents with Personality for Videogames -- Monocular Tracking with a Mixture of View-Dependent Learned Models -- Towards Hands-Free Interfaces Based on Real-Time Robust Facial Gesture Recognition -- Upper Body Tracking for Interactive Applications.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: TheAMDO-e2006conferencetookplaceattheHotelMonPort,Portd’Andratx (Mallorca), on July 11-14, 2006, sponsored by the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR), the MEC (Ministerio de Educaci´ on y Ciencia, SpanishGovernment),theConselleriad’Economia,HisendaiInnovaci´ o(Balearic Islands Government), the AERFAI (Spanish Association in Pattern Recognition and Arti?cial Intelligence), the EG (Eurographics Association) and the Ma- ematics and Computer Science Department of the UIB. Important commercial sponsorsalsocollaboratedwithpracticaldemonstrations;themaincontributions were from: VICOM Tech, ANDROME Iberica, GroupVision, Ndigital (NDI), CESA and TAGrv. The subject of the conference was ongoing research in articulated motion on a sequence of images and sophisticated models for deformable objects. The goals of these areas are to understand and interpret the motion of complex objects that can be found in sequences of images in the real world. The main topics considered as priority were: geometric and physical deformable models, motion analysis, articulated models and animation, modelling and visualization of deformable models, deformable models applications, motion analysis appli- tions, single or multiple human motion analysis and synthesis, face modelling, tracking, recovering and recognition models, virtual and augmented reality, haptics devices, biometrics techniques. These topics were grouped into four tracks: Track 1: Computer Graphics (Human Modelling and Animation), Track 2: Human Motion (Analysis, Tracking, 3D Reconstruction and Rec- nition), Track 3: Multimodal User Interaction (VR and AR, Speech, Biom- rics) and Track 4: Advanced Multimedia Systems (Standards, Indexed Video Contents). This conference was the natural evolution of the AMDO2004 workshop (Springer LNCS 3179).
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Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects AMD$O^{?e}$ 2006 -- A Study on Human Gaze Detection Based on 3D Eye Model -- Robust Fake Iris Detection -- A Study on Fast Iris Restoration Based on Focus Checking -- A Spatio-temporal Metric for Dynamic Mesh Comparison -- Facetoface: An Isometric Model for Facial Animation -- Matching Two-Dimensional Articulated Shapes Using Generalized Multidimensional Scaling -- Further Developments in Geometrical Algorithms for Ear Biometrics -- Composition of Complex Motion Models from Elementary Human Motions -- Acquisition of Articulated Human Body Models Using Multiple Cameras -- Recovering Articulated Non-rigid Shapes, Motions and Kinematic Chains from Video -- 3D Shape Reconstruction of Trunk Swaying Human Body Segments -- Combined Head, Lips, Eyebrows, and Eyelids Tracking Using Adaptive Appearance Models -- Mobile Path and Spin 3D Tracking and Reconstruction -- Generalized SCODEF Deformations on Subdivision Surfaces -- Viewpoint Insensitive Posture Representation for Action Recognition -- Ballistic Hand Movements -- Collision Detection Trough Deconstruction of Articulated Objects -- Probabilistic Spatio-temporal 2D-Model for Pedestrian Motion Analysis in Monocular Sequences -- Predicting 3D People from 2D Pictures -- Certain Object Segmentation Based on AdaBoost Learning and Nodes Aggregation Iterative Graph-Cuts -- Learning Deformations of Human Arm Movement to Adapt to Environmental Constraints -- Three-Dimensional Mapping from Stereo Images with Geometrical Rectification -- Transferring a Labeled Generic Rig to Animate Face Models -- Virtual Characters as Emotional Interaction Element in the User Interfaces -- Face Modeling and Wrinkle Simulation Using Convolution Surface -- Cascade of Fusion for Adaptive Classifier Combination Using Context-Awareness -- Modeling Relaxed Hand Shape for Character Animation -- Boundary Fragment Matching and Articulated Pose Under Occlusion -- Object Tracking and Elimination Using Level-of-Detail Canny Edge Maps -- Facial Expression Recognition in Various Internal States Using Independent Component Analysis -- Gender Identification on the Teeth Based on Principal Component Analysis Representation -- Grasp Motion Synthesis Based on Object Features -- Carrying Object Detection Using Pose Preserving Dynamic Shape Models -- Person Recognition Using Human Head Motion Information -- Matching Deformable Features Based on Oriented Multi-scale Filter Banks -- Principal Spine Shape Deformation Modes Using Riemannian Geometry and Articulated Models -- Automatic Pose Correction for Local Feature-Based Face Authentication -- An Adaptive 3D Surface Mesh Cutting Operation -- Action Recognition Using Motion Primitives and Probabilistic Edit Distance -- Shape-Motion Based Athlete Tracking for Multilevel Action Recognition -- Finding Articulated Body in Time-Series Volume Data -- Emotional Facial Expression Classification for Multimodal User Interfaces -- Posture Constraints for Bayesian Human Motion Tracking -- Efficient Incorporation of Motionless Foreground Objects for Adaptive Background Segmentation -- Interactive Soft Object Simulation with Quadratic Finite Elements -- An Alternative to Medial Axis for the 3D Reconstruction of Unorganized Set of Points Using Implicit Surfaces -- Modeling Timing Structure in Multimedia Signals -- Human Motion Synthesis by Motion Manifold Learning and Motion Primitive Segmentation -- Towards an Integrated Technological Framework for Modelling Shared Virtual Spaces: Languages and Domotic Applications -- Agents with Personality for Videogames -- Monocular Tracking with a Mixture of View-Dependent Learned Models -- Towards Hands-Free Interfaces Based on Real-Time Robust Facial Gesture Recognition -- Upper Body Tracking for Interactive Applications.

TheAMDO-e2006conferencetookplaceattheHotelMonPort,Portd’Andratx (Mallorca), on July 11-14, 2006, sponsored by the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR), the MEC (Ministerio de Educaci´ on y Ciencia, SpanishGovernment),theConselleriad’Economia,HisendaiInnovaci´ o(Balearic Islands Government), the AERFAI (Spanish Association in Pattern Recognition and Arti?cial Intelligence), the EG (Eurographics Association) and the Ma- ematics and Computer Science Department of the UIB. Important commercial sponsorsalsocollaboratedwithpracticaldemonstrations;themaincontributions were from: VICOM Tech, ANDROME Iberica, GroupVision, Ndigital (NDI), CESA and TAGrv. The subject of the conference was ongoing research in articulated motion on a sequence of images and sophisticated models for deformable objects. The goals of these areas are to understand and interpret the motion of complex objects that can be found in sequences of images in the real world. The main topics considered as priority were: geometric and physical deformable models, motion analysis, articulated models and animation, modelling and visualization of deformable models, deformable models applications, motion analysis appli- tions, single or multiple human motion analysis and synthesis, face modelling, tracking, recovering and recognition models, virtual and augmented reality, haptics devices, biometrics techniques. These topics were grouped into four tracks: Track 1: Computer Graphics (Human Modelling and Animation), Track 2: Human Motion (Analysis, Tracking, 3D Reconstruction and Rec- nition), Track 3: Multimodal User Interaction (VR and AR, Speech, Biom- rics) and Track 4: Advanced Multimedia Systems (Standards, Indexed Video Contents). This conference was the natural evolution of the AMDO2004 workshop (Springer LNCS 3179).

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