Proceedings: 1999 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition : June 23-25, 1999 : Fort Collins, Colorado, Volume 1
IEEE Computer Society, 1999 - Computers - 1000 pages
Proceedings of the June 1999 conference. Topics of the 95 papers in volume one include detection and removal of line scratches in motion picture films; linear self-calibration of a rotating and zooming camera; stereo correspondence from motion correspondence; detection and characterization of multiple motion points; 3D geometric invariant alignment of surfaces with application in brain mapping; automatic aircraft recognition; and multiple-hand gesture tracking using multiple cameras. The 97 papers in volume two cover topics such as shape detection; gesture localization and recognition using probabilistic visual learning; image interpolation by joint view triangulation; aerial image interpretation; detecting and tracking moving objects for video surveillance; and combining central and peripheral vision for reactive robot navigation. A CD-ROM version is included. Name index only. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Recovery of 3D Face Shapes
Integrating Shape from Shading and Range Data Using Neural Networks
Implicit Representation and Scene Reconstruction from Probability
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