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SCIA
2009
Springer
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Dense and Deformable Motion Segmentation for Wide Baseline Images
In this paper we describe a dense motion segmentation method for wide baseline image pairs. Unlike many previous methods our approach is able to deal with deforming motions and lar...
Juho Kannala, Esa Rahtu, Sami S. Brandt, Janne Hei...
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Grouping of Semantically Similar Image Positions
Features from the Scale Invariant Feature Transformation (SIFT) are widely used for matching between spatially or temporally displaced images. Recently a topology on the SIFT featu...
Lutz Priese, Frank Schmitt, Nils Hering
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Multi-band Gradient Component Pattern (MGCP): A New Statistical Feature for Face Recognition
A feature extraction method using multi-frequency bands is proposed for face recognition, named as the Multi-band Gradient Component Pattern (MGCP). The MGCP captures discriminativ...
Yimo Guo, Jie Chen, Guoying Zhao, Matti Pietik&aum...
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Spatio-temporal Super-Resolution Using Depth Map
This paper describes a spatio-temporal super-resolution method using depth maps for static scenes. In the proposed method, the depth maps are used as the parameters to determine th...
Yusaku Awatsu, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato, Naok...
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Recognition of Protruding Objects in Highly Structured Surroundings by Structural Inference
Recognition of objects in highly structured surroundings is a challenging task, because the appearance of target objects changes due to fluctuations in their surroundings. This ma...
Vincent Frans van Ravesteijn, Frans M. Vos, Lucas ...
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Improving Automatic Video Retrieval with Semantic Concept Detection
We study the usefulness of intermediate semantic concepts in bridging the semantic gap in automatic video retrieval. The results of a series of large-scale retrieval experiments, w...
Markus Koskela, Mats Sjöberg, Jorma Laaksonen
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Globally Optimal Least Squares Solutions for Quasiconvex 1D Vision Problems
Abstract. Solutions to non-linear least squares problems play an essential role in structure and motion problems in computer vision. The predominant approach for solving these prob...
Carl Olsson, Martin Byröd, Fredrik Kahl
SCIA
2009
Springer
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Appearance Based Extraction of Planar Structure in Monocular SLAM
This paper concerns the building of enhanced scene maps during real-time monocular SLAM. Specifically, we present a novel algorithm for detecting and estimating planar structure i...
José Martínez-Carranza, Andrew Calwa...
SCIA
2009
Springer
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A Hybrid Image Quality Measure for Automatic Image Quality Assessment
Abstract. Automatic image quality assessment has many diverse applications. Existing quality measures are not accurate representatives of the human perception. We present a hybrid ...
Atif Bin Mansoor, Maaz Haider, Ajmal S. Mian, Shoa...
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