Spatial Computing: Issues in Vision, Multimedia and Visualization Technologies

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Terry Caelli, Horst Bunke
World Scientific, 1997 - Computers - 327 pages
This book is the result of a special workshop on Spatial Computing which brought together experts in computer vision, visualization, multimedia and geographic information systems to discuss common problems and applications. The common theme of the workshop was the need to integrate human perception and domain knowledge with developing representations and solutions to problems which necessarily involve the interpretation of sensed data. The overwhelming conclusion was that these different areas of spatial computing should be communicating more than is done at present and that such workshops and publications would help this process.
 

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Contents

Foreword
1
Inspiration From Insects
35
Assessing Feature Importance in the Context of Object Recognition
49
Analysis Optimization and Control
79
Using Aspect Graphs to Control the Recovery and Tracking
115
The Role of Machine Learning in Building Image Interpretation
143
Recent Advances in Graph Matching
169
Cooperative Spatial Reasoning for Image Understanding
205
Human Understanding Limits in Visualization
229
A Strategy and Architecture for the Visualization of Complex
239
The Problem of Paradigms
263
A Simple Video Reuse Application
275
Conceptual Representation for Multimedia Information
303
R W Smith D Kieronska S Venkatesh
312
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