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2008
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Accurate and precise 2D-3D registration based on X-ray intensity
This paper addresses the problem of estimating the 3D rigid pose of an object from its digitized X-ray projection. We considered the cases of homogeneous (CAD models) and inhomoge...
Souha Aouadi, Laurent Sarry
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2008
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Reducing drift in differential tracking
We present methods for turning pair-wise registration algorithms into drift-free trackers. Such registration algorithms are abundant, but the simplest techniques for building trac...
Ali Rahimi, Louis-Philippe Morency, Trevor Darrell
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2008
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Numerical methods for shape-from-shading: A new survey with benchmarks
Jean-Denis Durou, Maurizio Falcone, Manuela Sagona
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2008
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Performance characterization in computer vision: A guide to best practices
It is frequently remarked that designers of computer vision algorithms and systems cannot reliably predict how algorithms will respond to new problems. A variety of reasons have b...
Neil A. Thacker, Adrian F. Clark, John L. Barron, ...
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2008
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Multimodal person authentication using speech, face and visual speech
This paper presents a method for automatic multimodal person authentication using speech, face and visual speech modalities. The proposed method uses the motion information to loc...
S. Palanivel, B. Yegnanarayana
CVIU
2008
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Shape matching and registration by data-driven EM
In this paper, we present an efficient and robust algorithm for shape matching, registration, and detection. The task is to geometrically transform a source shape to fit a target ...
Zhuowen Tu, Songfeng Zheng, Alan L. Yuille
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2008
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A differential geometric approach to representing the human actions
This paper presents a novel representation for human actions which encodes the variations in the shape and motion of the performing actor. When an actor performs an action, at eac...
Alper Yilmaz, Mubarak Shah
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2008
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Strategies for shape matching using skeletons
Skeletons are often used as a framework for part-based shape description and matching. This paper describes some useful strategies that can be employed to improve the performance ...
Wooi-Boon Goh
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