Computer Vision/Computer Graphics Collaboration Techniques [electronic resource] :Third International Conference, MIRAGE 2007, Rocquencourt, France, March 28-30, 2007. Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Gagalowicz, André [editor.] | Philips, Wilfried [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4418Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007.Description: XV, 620 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540714576.Subject(s): Computer science | Algorithms | User interfaces (Computer systems) | Artificial intelligence | Computer graphics | Image processing | Pattern recognition | Computer Science | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Pattern Recognition | Computer Graphics | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | User Interfaces and Human Computer InteractionOnline resources: Click here to access online
Published Papers -- An Improved Color Mood Blending Between Images Via Fuzzy Relationship -- Evaluation of Alzheimer’s Disease by Analysis of MR Images Using Multilayer Perceptrons, Polynomial Nets and Kohonen LVQ Classifiers -- Joint Bayesian PET Reconstruction Algorithm Using a Quadratic Hybrid Multi-order Prior -- Automatic Combination of Feature Descriptors for Effective 3D Shape Retrieval -- Spatio-temporal Reflectance Sharing for Relightable 3D Video -- Interactive Hierarchical Level of Detail Level Selection Algorithm for Point Based Rendering -- Fast Ray-Triangle Intersection Computation Using Reconfigurable Hardware -- An Applicable Hierarchical Clustering Algorithm for Content-Based Image Retrieval -- MADE: A Composite Visual-Based 3D Shape Descriptor -- Research of 3D Chinese Calligraphic Handwriting Recur System and Its Key Algorithm -- Clouds and Atmospheric Phenomena Simulation in Real-Time 3D Graphics -- Feature Points Detection Using Combined Character Along Principal Orientation -- Fast Virtual Cloth Energy Minimization -- Model-Based Feature Extraction for Gait Analysis and Recognition -- Interactive System for Efficient Video Cartooning -- Virtual Reality Technology Used to Develop Didactic Models -- Copying Behaviour of Expressive Motion -- Illumination Compensation Algorithm Using Eigenspaces Transformation for Facial Images -- Reverse Engineering Garments -- 3D Reconstruction of a Human Face from Images Using Morphological Adaptation -- Robust Automatic Data Decomposition Using a Modified Sparse NMF -- A Brain MRI/SPECT Registration System Using an Adaptive Similarity Metric: Application on the Evaluation of Parkinson’s Disease -- Hand Gesture Recognition with a Novel IR Time-of-Flight Range Camera–A Pilot Study -- 3D Reconstruction of Human Faces from Occluding Contours -- The Multiresolution Analysis of Triangle Surface Meshes with Lifting Scheme -- A Note on the Discrete Binary Mumford-Shah Model -- Model-Based Plane-Segmentation Using Optical Flow and Dominant Plane -- A Study on Eye Gaze Estimation Method Based on Cornea Model of Human Eye -- Generation of Expression Space for Realtime Facial Expression Control of 3D Avatar -- Improving Efficiency of Density-Based Shape Descriptors for 3D Object Retrieval -- Segmentation of Soft Shadows Based on a Daylight- and Penumbra Model -- Sub-pixel Edge Fitting Using B-Spline -- Re-mapping Animation Parameters Between Multiple Types of Facial Model -- Data-Driven Animation of Crowds -- A 3-D Mesh Sequence Coding Using the Combination of Spatial and Temporal Wavelet Analysis -- Detection of Wilt by Analyzing Color and Stereo Vision Data of Plant -- Human Silhouette Extraction Method Using Region Based Background Subtraction -- Facial Feature Point Extraction Using the Adaptive Mean Shape in Active Shape Model -- Use of Multiple Contexts for Real Time Face Identification -- Computerized Bone Age Assessment Using DCT and LDA -- Natural Image Matting Based on Neighbor Embedding -- Epipolar Geometry Via Rectification of Spherical Images -- Parallel Implementation of Elastic Grid Matching Using Cellular Neural Networks -- Automatic Segmentation of Natural Scene Images Based on Chromatic and Achromatic Components -- 3D Model-Based Tracking of the Human Body in Monocular Gray-Level Images -- Measurement of the Position of the Overhead Electric-Railway Line Using the Stereo Images -- Hand Shape Recognition by Hand Shape Scaling, Weight Magnifying and Finger Geometry Comparison -- Volumetric Bias Correction -- Object Tracking with Particle Filter Using Color Information -- Fitting Subdivision Surface Models to Noisy and Incomplete 3-D Data -- Classification of Facial Expressions Using K-Nearest Neighbor Classifier -- Cortical Bone Classification by Local Context Analysis -- Line Segment Based Watershed Segmentation -- A New Content-Based Image Retrieval Approach Based on Pattern Orientation Histogram -- A Robust Eye Detection Method in Facial Region -- Accuracy Improvement of Lung Cancer Detection Based on Spatial Statistical Analysis of Thoracic CT Scans.
This volume contains the papers accepted for presentation atMIRAGE 2007. The Mirage conference is becoming recognized internationally, with pres- tations coming from 31 countries. South Korea proved to be the most active scienti?cally with a total of 73 submitted papers, far aboveChina (27 submitted papers), Taiwan (10) and India (9), which proves the strong domination of Asia in the development of this new technology. We received a total of 198 submissions. Reviewing was very selective as the Program Committee accepted only 42 oral presentations and 17 posters. We had to extend the conference period from two to three days, as the number of submissions was mutiplied by three compared to the previous conference, which proves that this conference attracts more and more researchers. All papers were reviewedby two to four members of the ProgramCommittee. The ?nal selection was carried out by the Conference Chairs. We wish to thank the Program Committee and additional referees for their timely and high-quality reviews.We also thank the invited speakers Peter Eisert and Adrian Hilton for kindly accepting to present very interesting talks. Mirage 2007 was organized by inria Rocquencourt and took place at inria, Rocquencourt, close to Versailles Castle. We believe that the conference proved tobeastimulating experience,andwehopereaderswillenjoytheseproceedings. January 2007 A. Gagalowicz W. Philips Organization Mirage 2007 was organized by inria and Ghent University.