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Computer Vision - ECCV 2000

6th European Conference on Computer Vision Dublin, Ireland, June 26 – July 1, 2000 Proceedings, Part I

Conference proceedings ECCV 2000

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1842)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVIII
  2. Recognition & Modelling I

    1. Christopher M. Bishop, John M. Winn
      Pages 3-17
    2. M. Weber, M. Welling, P. Perona
      Pages 18-32
    3. Nuno Vasconcelos, Andrew Lippman
      Pages 33-47
    4. Jiri George Matas, Dimitri Koubaroulis, Josef Kittler
      Pages 48-64
  3. Stereoscopic Vision

    1. Kiriakos N. Kutulakos
      Pages 67-83
    2. César Silva, José Santos-Victor
      Pages 100-114
  4. Recognition & Modelling / Stereoscopic Vision / Texture, Shading, & Colour

    1. Olivier Chomat, Vincent Colin de Verdiere, Daniela Hall, James L. Crowley
      Pages 117-134
    2. Daniel Keren, Margarita Osadchy, Craig Gotsman
      Pages 134-148
    3. T. F. Cootes, C. J. Taylor
      Pages 149-163
    4. Daniela Hall, Vincent Colin de Verdiere, James L. Crowley
      Pages 164-177
    5. Guodong Guo, Stan Z. Li, Kap Luk Chan
      Pages 178-190
    6. Miles E. Hansard, Bernard F. Buxton
      Pages 191-202
    7. Richard Myers, Edwin R. Hancock
      Pages 203-219
    8. Jane Mulligan, Kostas Daniilidis
      Pages 220-235
    9. Reuven Zaritsky, Natan Peterfreund, Nahum Shimkin
      Pages 251-266
    10. Moshe Ben-Ezra, Shmuel Peleg, Michael Werman
      Pages 267-281
    11. Yvan G. Leclerc, Q.-Tuan Luong, P. Fua
      Pages 282-298

Other volumes

  1. Computer Vision - ECCV 2000
    6th European Conference on Computer Vision Dublin, Ireland, June 26 – July 1, 2000 Proceedings, Part I
  2. 6th European Conference on Computer Vision Dublin, Ireland, June 26–July 1, 2000 Proceedings, Part II

About these proceedings


Ten years ago, the inaugural European Conference on Computer Vision was held in Antibes, France. Since then, ECCV has been held biennially under the auspices of the European Vision Society at venues around Europe. This year, the privilege of organizing ECCV 2000 falls to Ireland and it is a signal honour for us to host what has become one of the most important events in the calendar of the computer vision community. ECCV is a single-track conference comprising the highest quality, previously unpublished, contributed papers on new and original research in computer vision. This year, 266 papers were submitted and, following a rigorous double-blind review process, with each paper being reviewed by three referees, 116 papers were selected by the Programme Committee for presentation at the conference. The venue for ECCV 2000 is the University of Dublin, Trinity College. - unded in 1592, it is Ireland’s oldest university and has a proud tradition of scholarship in the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences, alike. The Trinity campus, set in the heart of Dublin, is an oasis of tranquility and its beautiful squares, elegant buildings, and tree-lined playing- elds provide the perfect setting for any conference.


3-D vision Stereo computer vision image processing object recognition pattern recognition robot robot systems robot vision shading vision systems visual motion visual perception

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