The Visual Computer

, Volume 32, Issue 5, pp 551–551 | Cite as


  • Nadia Magnenat-ThalmannEmail author

In this issue, we have ten regular papers:

The first regular paper is titled “A fast modal space transform for robust non-rigid shape retrieval” by Yizhou Yu from The University of Hong Kong and Jianbo Ye from Pennsylvania State University, USA.

The second paper is “Inner Engraving for the Creation of a Balanced LEGO Sculpture” by DerLor Way from Taipei National University of Art, Taiwan, Jhen-Yao Hong and Zen-Chung Shih, both from National Chiao-Tung University, China, Wen-Kai Tai from National Dong-Hwa University, China and Chin-Chen Chang from National United University, China.

The third paper is “An enhanced depth map based rendering method with directional depth filter and image inpainting” by Wei Liu and Mingyue Cui from Nanyang Normal University, China, Dehua Zhang from Thinghua University, China and Jianwei Ding from People’s Public Security University, China.

The fourth paper is “Robust PCA based Solution to Image Composition using Augmented Lagrange Multipliers (ALM)” by Adit Bhardwaj and Shanmuganathan Raman from Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar in India.

The fifth paper is “Automatic Segmentation of Point Clouds from Multi-view Reconstruction Using Graph-cut” by Rongjiang Pan from Shandong University, China and Gabriel Taubin from Brown University, USA.

The sixth paper is “A Generalized Nonlocal Mean Framework with Object-Level Cues for Saliency Detection” by Junjie Cao, Guangyu Zhong, Risheng Liu and Zhixun Su from Dalian University of Technology, China.

The seventh paper is “A Robust Hybrid Image-based Modeling System” by Justin Nguyen, Burkhard Wunsche, Patrice Delmas and Christof Lutteroth from University of Auckland, New Zealand and Eugene Zhang from Oregon State University, USA.

The eight paper is “Water Simulation using a Responsive Surface Tracking for Flow Type Changes” by Jeong-Mo Hong, Jae-Gwang Lim and Bong-Jun Kim from Dongguk University, South Korea.

The ninth paper is “Adaptive Transmission Compensation via Human Visual System for Efficient Single Image Dehazing” by Zhigang Ling, Shutao Li, Yyaonan Wang and Xiao Lu from Hunan University, China and He Shen from University of Central Florida, USA.

The last paper is “Camera Re-Calibration after Zooming Based on Sets of Conics” by Alberto Alzati and Cristina Turrini from University of Milan, Italy and Iuri Frosio, NVIDIA Research.

Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MIRALab-CUI, University of GenevaGenevaSwitzerland

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