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IJCV
2007
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Fixation as a Mechanism for Stabilization of Short Image Sequences
A novel method is introduced for the stabilization of short image sequences. Stabilization is achieved by means of fixation of the central image region using a variable window siz...
Karl Pauwels, Markus Lappe, Marc M. Van Hulle
CVPR
2001
IEEE
10 years 9 months ago
Evolving Image Segmentations for the Analysis of Video Sequences
A methodology for the segmentation of successive frames of a video sequence is presented. Traditional methods, treating each frame in isolation, are computationally expensive, ign...
A. A. Clark, Barry T. Thomas
BC
2004
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The world from a cat's perspective - statistics of natural videos
The mammalian visual system is one of the most intensively investigated sensory systems. However, our knowledge of the typical input it is operating on is surprisingly limited. To ...
Belinda Y. Betsch, Wolfgang Einhäuser, Konrad...
FUZZIEEE
2007
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Real-Time Facial Expression Recognition Using a Fuzzy Emotion Model
— This paper presents the fuzzy video based emotion recognition system VISBER, that allows to analyze facial expressions in video sequences. In order to process images in real-ti...
Natascha Esau, Evgenija Wetzel, Lisa Kleinjohann, ...
SSIAI
2000
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
A New Bayesian Relaxation Framework for the Estimation and Segmentation of Multiple Motions
In this paper we propose a new probabilistic relaxation framework to perform robust multiple motion estimation and segmentation from a sequence of images. Our approach uses displa...
Alexander Strehl, Jake K. Aggarwal
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