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Scale-Space Theory in Computer Vision [electronic resource] :First International Conference, Scale-Space'97 Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 2–4, 1997 Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Haar Romeny, Bart ter [editor.] | Florack, Luc [editor.] | Koenderink, Jan [editor.] | Viergever, Max [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1252Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1997.Description: XI, 373 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540691969.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer graphics | Image processing | Pattern recognition | Computer Science | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Signal, Image and Speech Processing | Pattern Recognition | Computer GraphicsOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
A review of nonlinear diffusion filtering -- Scale space versus topographic map for natural images -- On generalized entropies and scale-space -- On the duality of scalar and density flows -- Invertible orientation bundles on 2D scalar images -- Generating stable structure using Scale-space analysis with non-uniform Gaussian kernels -- Generic events for the gradient squared with application to multi-scale segmentation -- Linear spatio-temporal scale-space -- On the handling of spatial and temporal scales in feature tracking -- Following feature lines across scale -- A multi-scale line filter with automatic scale selection based on the Hessian matrix for medical image segmentation -- Supervised diffusion parameter selection for filtering SPECT brain images -- Image loci are ridges in geometric spaces -- Multiscale measures in linear scale-space for characterizing cerebral functional activations in 3D PET difference images -- Scale space analysis by stabilized inverse diffusion equations -- Intrinsic scale space for images on surfaces: The geodesic curvature flow -- Multi-spectral probabilistic diffusion using bayesian classification -- From high energy physics to low level vision -- Dynamic scale-space theories -- Recursive separable schemes for nonlinear diffusion filters -- Level set methods and the stereo problem -- Reliable classification of chrysanthemum leaves through Curvature Scale Space -- Multi-scale contour segmentation -- Reconstruction of self-similar functions from scale-space -- Multi-scale detection of characteristic figure structures using principal curvatures of image gray-level profile -- A new framework for hierarchical segmentation using similarity analysis -- Robust anisotropic diffusion: Connections between robust statistics, line processing, and anisotropic diffusion -- Fast adaptive alternatives to nonlinear diffusion in image enhancement: Green's function approximators and nonlocal filters -- A scale-space approach to shape similarity -- Multi-scale active shape description -- Scale-space filters and their robustness -- Directional anisotropic diffusion applied to segmentation of vessels in 3D images -- 3D shape representation: Transforming polygons into voxels -- Extraction of a structure feature from three-dimensional objects by scale-space analysis -- Slowed anisotropic diffusion -- Thin nets extraction using a multi-scale approach.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Scale-Space Theory for Computer Vision, Scale-Space '97, held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, in July 1997. The volume presents 21 revised full papers selected from a total of 41 submissions. Also included are 2 invited papers and 13 poster presentations. This book is the first comprehensive documentation of the application of Scale-Space techniques in computer vision and, in the broader context, in image processing and pattern recognition.
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A review of nonlinear diffusion filtering -- Scale space versus topographic map for natural images -- On generalized entropies and scale-space -- On the duality of scalar and density flows -- Invertible orientation bundles on 2D scalar images -- Generating stable structure using Scale-space analysis with non-uniform Gaussian kernels -- Generic events for the gradient squared with application to multi-scale segmentation -- Linear spatio-temporal scale-space -- On the handling of spatial and temporal scales in feature tracking -- Following feature lines across scale -- A multi-scale line filter with automatic scale selection based on the Hessian matrix for medical image segmentation -- Supervised diffusion parameter selection for filtering SPECT brain images -- Image loci are ridges in geometric spaces -- Multiscale measures in linear scale-space for characterizing cerebral functional activations in 3D PET difference images -- Scale space analysis by stabilized inverse diffusion equations -- Intrinsic scale space for images on surfaces: The geodesic curvature flow -- Multi-spectral probabilistic diffusion using bayesian classification -- From high energy physics to low level vision -- Dynamic scale-space theories -- Recursive separable schemes for nonlinear diffusion filters -- Level set methods and the stereo problem -- Reliable classification of chrysanthemum leaves through Curvature Scale Space -- Multi-scale contour segmentation -- Reconstruction of self-similar functions from scale-space -- Multi-scale detection of characteristic figure structures using principal curvatures of image gray-level profile -- A new framework for hierarchical segmentation using similarity analysis -- Robust anisotropic diffusion: Connections between robust statistics, line processing, and anisotropic diffusion -- Fast adaptive alternatives to nonlinear diffusion in image enhancement: Green's function approximators and nonlocal filters -- A scale-space approach to shape similarity -- Multi-scale active shape description -- Scale-space filters and their robustness -- Directional anisotropic diffusion applied to segmentation of vessels in 3D images -- 3D shape representation: Transforming polygons into voxels -- Extraction of a structure feature from three-dimensional objects by scale-space analysis -- Slowed anisotropic diffusion -- Thin nets extraction using a multi-scale approach.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Scale-Space Theory for Computer Vision, Scale-Space '97, held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, in July 1997. The volume presents 21 revised full papers selected from a total of 41 submissions. Also included are 2 invited papers and 13 poster presentations. This book is the first comprehensive documentation of the application of Scale-Space techniques in computer vision and, in the broader context, in image processing and pattern recognition.

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