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Computer Vision - ECCV '96

Fourth European Conference on Computer Vision, Cambridge, UK, April 14 -18, 1996. Proceedings, Volume I

Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 1064)

Conference series link(s): ECCV: European Conference on Computer Vision

Conference proceedings info: ECCV 1996.

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Table of contents (62 papers)

  1. Front Matter

  2. Self-calibration from image triplets

    • Martin Armstrong, Andrew Zisserman, Richard Hartley
    Pages 1-16Open Access
  3. Parallax geometry of pairs of points for 3D scene analysis

    • Michal Irani, P. Anandan
    Pages 17-30Open Access
  4. Euclidean 3D reconstruction from image sequences with variable focal lengths

    • Marc Pollefeys, Luc Van Gool, Marc Proesmans
    Pages 31-42Open Access
  5. Eigenfaces vs. Fisherfaces: Recognition using class specific linear projection

    • Peter N. Belhumeur, João P. Hespanha, David J. Kriegman
    Pages 43-58Open Access
  6. Rapid object indexing and recognition using enhanced geometric hashing

    • Bart Lamiroy, Patrick Gros
    Pages 59-70Open Access
  7. Recognition of geons by parametric deformable contour models

    • Maurizio Pilu, Robert B. Fisher
    Pages 71-82Open Access
  8. Automatic extraction of generic house roofs from high resolution aerial imagery

    • Frank Bignone, Olof Henricsson, Pascal Fua, Markus Stricker
    Pages 83-96Open Access
  9. Three dimensional object modeling via minimal surfaces

    • Vicent Caselles, Ron Kimmel, Guillermo Sapiro, Catalina Sbert
    Pages 97-106Open Access
  10. Class based reconstruction techniques using singular apparent contours

    • G. J. Fletcher, P. J. Giblin
    Pages 107-116Open Access
  11. Reliable surface reconstruction from multiple range images

    • A. Hilton, A. J. Stoddart, J. Illingworth, T. Windeatt
    Pages 117-126Open Access
  12. Shape from appearance: A statistical approach to surface shape estimation

    • Darrell R. Hougen, Narendra Ahuja
    Pages 127-136Open Access
  13. Volumic segmentation using hierarchical representation and triangulated surface

    • Jacques-Olivier Lachaud, Annick Montanvert
    Pages 137-146Open Access
  14. Oriented projective geometry for computer vision

    • Stéphane Laveau, Olivier Faugeras
    Pages 147-156Open Access
  15. Fast computation of the fundamental matrix for an active stereo vision system

    • Fuxing Li, Michael Brady, Charles Wiles
    Pages 157-166Open Access
  16. On binocularly viewed occlusion junctions

    • Jitendra Malik
    Pages 167-174Open Access
  17. Understanding the shape properties of trihedral polyhedra

    • Charlie Rothwell, Julien Stern
    Pages 175-185Open Access
  18. Nonlinear scale-space from n-dimensional sieves

    • J. Andrew Bangham, Richard Harvey, Paul D. Ling, Richard V. Aldridge
    Pages 187-198Open Access
  19. Texture feature coding method for classification of liver sonography

    • Ming-Huwi Horng, Yung-Nien Sun, Xi-Zhang Lin
    Pages 209-218Open Access

Other Volumes

  1. Computer Vision — ECCV '96

    4th European Conference on Computer Vision Cambridge, UK, April 15–18, 1996 Proceedings, Volume I
  2. Computer Vision — ECCV '96

    4th European Conference on Computer Vision Cambridge, UK, April 15–18, 1996 Proceedings Volume II

About this book

The European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) has established itself as a major event in this exciting and very active field of research and development. These refereed two-volume proceedings include the 123 papers accepted for presentation at the 4th ECCV, held in Cambridge, UK, in April 1996; these papers were selected from a total of 328 submissions and together give a well-balanced reflection of the state of the art in computer vision.
The papers in volume I are grouped in sections on structure from motion; recognition; geometry and stereo; texture and features; tracking; grouping and segmentation; stereo; and recognition, matching, and segmentation.

Keywords

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  • Computer Vision
  • Image Processing
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Segmentation
  • Stereo Vision
  • Stereo-Vision
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eBook USD 119.00
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  • ISBN: 978-3-540-49949-7
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Softcover Book USD 159.00
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