Proceedings, Volume 1

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IEEE Computer Society Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Computer vision - 1534 pages
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This two-volume set contains the proceedings of the July 2001 conference on computer vision. The 205 papers discuss sensors and early vision, stereo and multiple views, segmentation and matching, learning in vision, shape representation and recovery, stereo and multiple views, segmentation and matching, object recognition, tracking, video analysis, reflectance, image databases, vision systems and texture, and demo overviews. There is no subject index. The included CD-ROM contains a full version of the proceedings. c. Book News Inc.

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High Dynamic Range Panoramic Imaging
4Sensor Camera Calibration for Image Representation Invariant to Shading Shadows
A Variational Model for FillingIn Gray Level and Color Images

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R. Bartnikas has been with the Institut de Recherche d'Hydro-Qué bec since 1968, where he has held positions as scientific director of the Materials Science Department and then Distinguished Senior Scientist. Prior to 1968, he was associated with the Cable Division and R& D Laboratories of Northern Electric (now Northern Telecom). He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo and in the Department of Engineering Physics and Materials at É cole Polytechnique (Université de Montré al); he is a visiting professor at the University of Rome at La Sapienza.
Dr. Bartnikas is the editor of the ASTM monograph/book series Engineering Dielectrics and has coedited two books entitled Elements of Cable Engineering and Power Cable Engineering. Since 1968 he has been an active member of the IEEE Insulated Conductors Committee. Dr. Bartnikas is a Fellow of ASTM, the IEEE, the Institute of Physics, (U.K), the Royal Society of Canada (Academy of Science), and the Canadian Academy of Engineering.

K.D. Srivastava is emeritus professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, where he was head of the department and then a vice president. He was chairman of the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Waterloo. Prior to moving to Canada, Professor Srivastava was a senior research engineer at Brush Electric Co. Ltd., Loughborough and a principal scientific officer at Rutherford High Energy Laboratory, Harwell, both in England.
Professor Srivastava has coedited two books on electric cables with Dr. Bartnikas: Elements ofCable Engineering and Power Cable Engineering. He has published over 150 technical reports and papers. Professor Srivastava is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the IEE (U.K.), and a Fellow of the RSA (U.K.).

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