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PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Object Recognition in Baggage Inspection Using Adaptive Sparse Representations of X-ray Images
In recent years, X-ray screening systems have been used to safeguard environments in which access control is of paramount importance. Security checkpoints have been placed at the e...
Domingo Mery, Erick Svec, Marco Arias
PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Multimodal Gesture Recognition Using Multi-stream Recurrent Neural Network
Abstract. In this paper, we present a novel method for multimodal gesture recognition based on neural networks. Our multi-stream recurrent neural network (MRNN) is a completely dat...
Noriki Nishida, Hideki Nakayama
PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Time Consistent Estimation of End-Effectors from RGB-D Data
End-effectors are usually related to the location of the free end of a kinematic chain. Each of them contains rich structure information about the entity. Hence, estimating stable ...
Xiao Lin, Josep R. Casas, Montse Pardàs
PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Combination of Mean Shift of Colour Signature and Optical Flow for Tracking During Foreground and Background Occlusion
Abstract. This paper proposes a multiple hypothesis tracking for multiple object tracking with moving camera. The proposed model makes use of the stability of sparse optical flow ...
Mohammad Hedayati, Michael J. Cree, Jonathan Scott
PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Improved DSIFT Descriptor Based Copy-Rotate-Move Forgery Detection
In recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of images captured by users. This is due to the wide availability of digital cameras and mobile phones which are a...
Ali Retha Hasoon Khayeat, Xianfang Sun, Paul L. Ro...
PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Iris Segmentation Using Geodesic Active Contours and GrabCut
Abstract. Iris segmentation is an important step in iris recognition as inaccurate segmentation often leads to faulty recognition. We propose an unsupervised, intensity based iris ...
Sandipan Banerjee, Domingo Mery
PSIVT
2015
Springer
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Design and Calibration of Multi-camera Systems for 3D Computer Vision: Lessons Learnt from Two Case Studies
This paper examines how the design of imaging hardware for multi-view 3D reconstruction affects the performance and complexity of the computer vision system as a whole. We examine...
Tom Botterill, Matthew Signal, Steven Mills, Richa...
PCM
2015
Springer
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Deblocking Filter for Depth Videos in 3D Video Coding Extension of HEVC
This paper presents a modified deblocking filter for depth video coding in the 3D video coding extension of High Efficiency Video Coding (3D-HEVC). The conventional 3D video cod...
Yunseok Song, Yo-Sung Ho
PCM
2015
Springer
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Temporally Consistence Depth Estimation from Stereo Video Sequences
In this paper, we propose complexity reduction method in stereo matching. For complexity reduction in video sequences, we start from generating of initial disparity information. In...
Ji-Hun Mun, Yo-Sung Ho
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