Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems: Part II - Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6475)

Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems: Part II - Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6475)

By: Jacques Blanc-Talon (editor), Don Bone (editor), Dan C. Popescu (editor), Wilfried Philips (editor), Paul Scheunders (editor)Paperback

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This volume collects the papers accepted for presentation at the 12th Int- national Conference on "Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems" (ACIVS 2010). Following the ?rst meeting in Baden-Baden (Germany) in 1999, whichwaspartofalargemulticonference,theACIVSconferencethendeveloped into an independent scienti?c event and has ever since maintained the tradition of being a single track conference. ACIVS 2010 attracted computer scientists from 29 di?erent countries, mostly from Europe, Australia, and the USA, but also from Asia. AlthoughACIVS is a conference on all areas of image and video processing, submissions tend to gather within certain major ?elds of interest. This year 3D and depth processing and computer vision and surveillance were popular topics. Noteworthy are the growing number of papers related to theoretical devel- ments. We would like to thank the invited speakers Mubarak Shah (University of Central Florida), Richard Kleihorst (VITO, Belgium), Richard Hartley (A- tralian National University), and David Suter (Adelaide University) for their valuable contributions.

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Video Processing.- Video Quality Analysis for Concert Video Mashup Generation.- Speeding Up Structure from Motion on Large Scenes Using Parallelizable Partitions.- Mapping GOPS in an Improved DVC to H.264 Video Transcoder.- Scalable H.264 Wireless Video Transmission over MIMO-OFDM Channels.- A GPU-Accelerated Real-Time NLMeans Algorithm for Denoising Color Video Sequences.- An Efficient Mode Decision Algorithm for Combined Scalable Video Coding.- A Novel Rate Control Method for H.264/AVC Based on Frame Complexity and Importance.- Digital Image Tamper Detection Based on Multimodal Fusion of Residue Features.- Surveillance and Camera Networks.- Fire Detection in Color Images Using Markov Random Fields.- A Virtual Curtain for the Detection of Humans and Access Control.- A New System for Event Detection from Video Surveillance Sequences.- Evaluation of Human Detection Algorithms in Image Sequences.- Recognizing Objects in Smart Homes Based on Human Interaction.- Football Players Classification in a Multi-camera Environment.- SUNAR Surveillance Network Augmented by Retrieval.- Object Tracking over Multiple Uncalibrated Cameras Using Visual, Spatial and Temporal Similarities.- Machine Vision.- A Template Matching and Ellipse Modeling Approach to Detecting Lane Markers.- An Analysis of the Road Signs Classification Based on the Higher-Order Singular Value Decomposition of the Deformable Pattern Tensors.- An Effective Rigidity Constraint for Improving RANSAC in Homography Estimation.- Exploiting Neighbors for Faster Scanning Window Detection in Images.- Remote Sensing.- Optimisation-Based Image Grid Smoothing for SST Images.- Estimating 3D Polyhedral Building Models by Registering Aerial Images.- Content-Based Retrieval of Aurora Images Based on the Hierarchical Representation.- Improved Grouping and Noise Cancellation for Automatic Lossy Compression of AVIRIS Images.- New Saliency Point Detection and Evaluation Methods for Finding Structural Differences in Remote Sensing Images of Long Time-Span Samples.- Recognition, Classification and Tracking.- Regularized Kernel Locality Preserving Discriminant Analysis for Face Recognition.- An Appearance-Based Prior for Hand Tracking.- Image Recognition through Incremental Discriminative Common Vectors.- Dynamic Facial Expression Recognition Using Boosted Component-Based Spatiotemporal Features and Multi-classifier Fusion.- Gender Classification on Real-Life Faces.- Face Recognition Using Contourlet Transform and Multidirectional Illumination from a Computer Screen.- Shape and Texture Based Plant Leaf Classification.- A New Approach of GPU Accelerated Visual Tracking.- Recognizing Human Actions by Using Spatio-temporal Motion Descriptors.

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  • publication date: 02/12/2010
  • ISBN13: 9783642176906
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 399
  • ID: 9783642176906
  • weight: 590
  • ISBN10: 3642176909

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