Fourth IEEE Southwest Symposium on Image Analysis and Interpretation

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IEEE Computer Society, 2000 - Science - 311 pages
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From down where the computer--or at least the computer images--are bigger than elsewhere, 59 papers cover segmentation; stereo image analysis; multiresolution, multispectral, and multidimensional analysis; biomedical and color image analysis; and features and invariants. Texts of the two keynotes are not included. A large poster session generated papers on such topics as a neural network approach to geographic image analysis, determining camera position through the Karhunen-Loeve transform, the efficient indexing of multi-color sets for content-based image retrieval, characterizing skin lesion texture in diffuse reflectance spectroscopic images, the knowledge-based extraction of roads from satellite images with one-meter resolution, detecting seat occupation inside vehicles, and segmentation by color space transformation prior to lifting and integer wavelet transformation for efficient lossless coding and transmission. Only authors are indexed. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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MPEG1 SuperResolution Decoding for the Analysis of Video Still Images
Automated Initialization and Automated Design of Border Detection Criteria
Image Segmentation Techniques for ObjectBased Coding

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