Robot Vision: International Workshop RobVis 2001 Auckland, New Zealand, February 16-18, 2001 Proceedings

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Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 5, 2001 - Computers - 283 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Workshop on Robot Vision, RobVis 2001, held in Auckland, New Zealand in February 2001. The 17 revised full papers presented together with 17 posters were carefully reviewed and selected from 52 submissions. The papers and posters are organized in topical sections on active perception, computer vision, robotics and video, computational stereo, robotic vision, and image acquisition.
 

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Contents

Visual Cues for a Fixating Active Agent
1
Tracking with a Novel Pose Estimation Algorithm
9
RealTime Tracking of Articulated Human Models Using a 3D ShapefromSilhouette Method
19
Hierarchical 3D Pose Estimation for Articulated Human Body Models from a Sequence of Volume Data
27
VisionBased Robot Localization Using Sporadic Features
35
Object Identification and Pose Estimation for Automatic Manipulation
52
Toward Selfcalibration of a Stereo Rig from Noisy Stereoscopic Images
60
A Color Segmentation Algorithm for RealTime Object Localization on Small Embedded Systems
69
Servoing Mechanisms for PegInHole Assembly Operations
157
Robot Localization Using Omnidirectional Color Images
167
The Background Subtraction Problem for Video Surveillance Systems
176
Stable Monotonic Matching for Stereoscopic Vision
184
Random Sampling and Voting Method for ThreeDimensional Reconstruction
193
Binocular Stereo by Maximizing the Likelihood Ratio Relative to a Random Terrain
201
Stereo Reconstruction from Polycentric Panoramas
209
Attention and Accumulation of Object Representations
219

EYESCAN A High Resolution Digital Panoramic Camera
77
A WaveletBased Algorithm for Height from Gradients
84
Enhanced Stereo Vision Using FreeForm Surface Mirrors
91
A Students Perspective
99
Object Orientation and Id without Additional Markers
107
An Stereoscopic Vision System Guiding an Autonomous Helicopter for Overhead Power Cable Inspection
115
3D Stereo VisionBased Nursing Robot for Elderly Health Care
125
Efficient Computation of Intensity Profiles for RealTime Vision
131
Subpixel Flow Detection by the Hough Transform
140
Tracking of Moving Heads in Cluttered Scenes from Stereo Vision
148
Compatibilities for the PerceptionAction Cycle
227
Trifocal Tensors with GrassmannCayley Algebra
237
Camera Calibration Using Rectangular Textures
245
Optical Flow in Logmapped Image Plane A New Approach
252
Hypothetically Modeled Perceptual Sensory Modality of Human Visual Selective Attention Scheme by PFCBased Network
261
Results of Test Flights with the Airborne Digital Sensor ADS40
270
Localized Video Compression for Machine Vision
278
Author Index
285
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Klette from the University of Auckland, New Zealand