Computer Vision and Shape Recognition

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World Scientific, 1989 - Computers - 451 pages
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This is an up-to-date volume of selected and expanded papers originating from Vision Interface 88, a conference held in Edmonton, Canada. A broad range of topics are covered-from image processing to hardware design. They include robot vision, biomedical imaging, remote sensing and parallel processing, shape recognition and features, computational methods in vision, and three dimensional vision and application.
 

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Contents

Measuring the Alignment Accuracy of Surface Mount
3
ModelBased 3D Object Localization Recognization from
21
Jason Wu and T Caelli
69
Segmentation of Range Images by Piecewise
87
The Extraction of Spatial Patterns from the Electroencephalogram
101
Z J Holes A Kasrnia and M S Lazar
115
Symbolic Knowledge Representation for Remote Sensing
135
Parallel Computation of a Class of NonLinear Hybrid
183
Removing Specularities from Color Images
275
The Composition and Control of Visual Routines
291
A Graphics Package for Simulating the Data
331
Space Station An Application for Computer Vision
351
Experimental Results for Matching 3D Range Data
371
An Application of Syntactic Pattern Recognition
396
Label Relaxation Technique Applied to the Stable
417
Integrating Methodologies in Image Analysis
429

OnLine Gesture Recognition by Feature Analysis
209
Contour Tracing and Parametric Approximations for
225
Classification of Digitized Curves Represented by
241
Thinning of Digitized Characters From Subjective
261
Theo Pavlidis and YuhTay Liow
439
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
447
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