Proceedings, Volume 1
IEEE Computer Society Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Computer vision - 1534 pages
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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