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Scale-Space Theories in Computer Vision Second International Conference, Scale-Space’99 Corfu, Greece, September 26–27, 1999 Proceedings / [electronic resource] : edited by Mads Nielsen, Peter Johansen, Ole Fogh Olsen, Joachim Weickert. - XII, 534 p. online resource. - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1682 0302-9743 ; . - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1682 .

Oral Presentations -- Blur and Disorder -- Applications of Locally Orderless Images -- Scale Space Technique for Word Segmentation in Handwritten Documents -- Fast Geodesic Active Contours -- Morphing Active Contours -- Unfolding the Cerebral Cortex Using Level Set Methods -- Reconciling Distance Functions and Level Sets -- Computation of Ridges via Pullback Metrics from Scale Space -- The Maximal Scale Ridge - Incorporating Scale into the Ridge Definition -- Detection of Critical Structures in Scale Space -- Qualitative Multi-scale Feature Hierarchies for Object Tracking -- Riemannian Drums, Anisotropic Curve Evolution and Segmentation -- An Active Contour Model without Edges -- A Compact and Multiscale Image Model Based on Level Sets -- Morphological Scale Space and Mathematical Morphology -- Scale-Space from a Level Lines Tree -- Morphological Scale-Space Representation with Levelings -- Numerical Solution Schemes for Continuous-Scale Morphology -- Scale-Space Properties of Regularization Methods -- An Adaptive Finite Element Method for Large Scale Image Processing -- A Scale-Space Approach to Nonlocal Optical Flow Calculations -- Scales in Natural Images and a Consequence on Their Bounded Variation Norm -- Edges as Outliers: Anisotropic Smoothing Using Local Image Statistics -- The Hausdorff Dimension and Scale-Space Normalisation of Natural Images -- Long Posters -- Lattice Boltzmann Models for Nonlinear Diffusion Filtering -- Geometric-Variational Approach for Color Image Enhancement and Segmentation -- A Level Set Model for Image Classification -- Calculations on Critical Points under Gaussian Blurring -- Region Tracking on Surfaces Deforming via Level-Sets Methods -- Geometric Multiscale Representation of Numerical Images -- Multiscale Morphological Segmentations Based on Watershed, Flooding, and Eikonal PDE -- Nonlinear PDEs and Numerical Algorithms for Modeling Levelings and Reconstruction Filters -- Proper Scales of Shapes - A Curved Scale Space -- Nonlinear Anisotropic Diffusion in Three-Dimensional Electron Microscopy -- Polygon Evolution by Vertex Deletion -- A Scale-Space Based Approach for Deformable Contour Optimization -- Short Posters -- Self-similarity of Noise in Scale-Space -- A New Time Dependent Model Based on Level Set Motion for Nonlinear Deblurring and Noise Removal -- Curvature Scale Space with Affine Length Parametrisation -- A Stochastic Scale Space for Multiscale Image Representation -- Fast Marching to Moving Object Location -- A Windows-Based User Friendly System for Image Analysis with Partial Differential Equations -- Color Invariant Edge Detection -- Scale Space Range Image Aspect Graph -- Hierachical Density Non-rigid Object Analysis -- Discrete Mean Curvature Flow -- An Adaptive Local Smoothing for Contour Figure Approximation -- Negative Results for Multilevel Preconditioners in Image Deblurring -- Decomposition and Hierarchy: Efficient StructuralMatching of Large Multiscale Representations -- Tracing of Curvilinear Structures in 3D Images with Single Scale Diameter Measurement -- A Geometric Functional for Derivatives Approximation -- Segmenting by Compression Using Linear Scale-Space and Watersheds -- A Multiscale Taylor Series Approaches to Optic Flow and Stereo: A Generalization of Optic Flow under the Aperture -- Global Convergence Rates of Nonlinear Diffusion for Time-Varying Images.

This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Scale-Space Theories in Computer Vision, Scale-Space'99, held in Corfu, Greece, in September 1999. The 36 revised full papers and the 18 revised posters presented in the book were carefully reviewed and selected from 66 high-quality submissions. The book addresses all current aspects of this young and active field, in particular geometric Image flows, nonlinear diffusion, functional minimization, linear scale-space, etc.


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Computer science.
Operating systems (Computers).
Computer graphics.
Image processing.
Pattern recognition.
Computer Science.
Image Processing and Computer Vision.
Computer Graphics.
Operating Systems.
Pattern Recognition.

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