Book Volume 1407 1998

Computer Vision — ECCV’98

5th European Conference on Computer Vision Freiburg, Germany, June 2–6, 1998 Proceedings, Volume II


ISBN: 978-3-540-64613-6 (Print) 978-3-540-69235-5 (Online)

Table of contents (55 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Chapter

    Pages 3-16

    Matching hierarchical structures using association graphs

  3. Chapter

    Pages 17-33

    Stereo matching with implicit detection of occlusions

  4. Chapter

    Pages 34-50

    A solution for the registration of multiple 3D point sets using unit quaternions

  5. Chapter

    Pages 51-65

    Robust registration of dissimilar single and multimodal images

  6. Chapter

    Pages 69-85

    Decoupling Fourier components of dynamic image sequences: A theory of signal separation, image segmentation, and optical flow estimation

  7. Chapter

    Pages 86-102

    Spatiotemporally adaptive estimation and segmentation of OF-fields

  8. Chapter

    Pages 103-119

    Robust video mosaicing through topology inference and local to global alignment

  9. Chapter

    Pages 123-139

    Flexible syntactic matching of curves

  10. Chapter

    Pages 140-155

    Holistic matching

  11. Chapter

    Pages 156-169

    Creaseness from level set extrinsic curvature

  12. Chapter

    Pages 170-184

    Multichannel shape from shading techniques for moving specular surfaces

  13. Chapter

    Pages 185-201

    Modelling objects having quadric surfaces incorporating geometric constraints

  14. Chapter

    Pages 202-214

    Surface reconstruction with multiresolution discontinuity analysis

  15. Chapter

    Pages 215-225

    Shape from Chebyshev nets

  16. Chapter

    Pages 226-240

    Changes in surface convexity and topology caused by distortions of stereoscopic visual space

  17. Chapter

    Pages 241-254

    Reconstruction of smooth surfaces with arbitrary topology adaptive splines

  18. Chapter

    Pages 255-270

    (Mis?)-Using DRT for generation of natural language text from image sequences

  19. Chapter

    Pages 271-287

    The structure of the optic flow field

  20. Chapter

    Pages 288-304

    Optical flow using overlapped basis functions for solving global motion problems

  21. Chapter

    Pages 305-321

    The role of total least squares in motion analysis

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