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Proceedings 30th Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition Workshop (AIPR 2001). Analysis and Understanding of Time Varying Imagery (2001)
Washington, D.C.
Oct. 10, 2001 to Oct. 12, 2001
ISBN: 0-7695-1245-3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Keynote Addresses

The Surgical CAD/CAM Paradigm and an Implementation for Robotically-Assisted Percutaneous Local Therapy (Abstract)

Gabor Fichtinger , Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Dan Stoianovici , Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Russell H. Taylor , Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
pp. 0003

Analysis of Time-Varing Images Using 3-D Vascular Models (Abstract)

Elizabeth Bullitt , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Stephen R. Aylward , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
pp. 0009
Session 1: Medical - Chair: Murray Loew, George Washington University

The Evaluation of Computer-Aided Diagnosis Systems: An FDA Perspective (Abstract)

D. G. Brown , Center for Devices and Radiological Health, FDA
pp. 0017

Image Fusion of 4D Cardiac CTA and MR Images (Abstract)

B. Sturm , The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
K. A. Powell , The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
S. S. Halliburton , The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
R. D. White , The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
pp. 0021

Mixture of Principal Axes Registration for Change Analysis in Computer-Aided Diagnosis (Abstract)

R. Srikanchana , The Catholic University of America
K. Huang , The Catholic University of America
J. Xuan , The Catholic University of America
M. T. Freedman , Georgetown University Medical Center
Y. Wang , The Catholic University of America
pp. 0025

Directional Edge Registration for Temporal Chest Image Substraction (Abstract)

H. Zhao , Georgetown University Medical Center; The Catholic University of America
S.-C. B. Lo , Georgetown University Medical Center
M. T. Freedman , Georgetown University Medical Center
pp. 0032
Session 2: ATR - Chair: Barbara Eckstein, McClendon Automation Corporation

Evaluating the Benefits of Assisted Target Recognition (Abstract)

B. A. Eckstein , McClendon Automation Corporation
J. M. Irvine , Science Applications International Corporation
pp. 0039

An ATR System Using an Integer Based Correlation Algorithm in a Time Varying Environment (Abstract)

C. Maraviglia , US Naval Research Laboratory
J. Price , Naval Research Laboratory
T. Taczak , Envisioneering, Inc.
pp. 0046
Session 3: Gesture, Sign Language, and Human-Computer Interaction - Chair: Frances Quek, Wright State University

Graph-Based Matching of Occluded Hand Gestures (Abstract)

A. Shamaie , Dublin City University
A. Sutherland , Dublin City University
pp. 0067

A Basic Hand Gesture Control System for PC Applications (Abstract)

C. J. Cohen , Cybernet Systems Corporation
G. J. Beach , Cybernet Systems Corporation
G. Foulk , Cybernet Systems Corporation
pp. 0074

A Conversational Paradigm for Multimodal Human Interaction (Abstract)

F. Quek , Wright State University
pp. 0080

PUPILS-Enabling a Dialogue Between the Machine and the Brain (Abstract)

R. Heishman , George Mason University
Z. Duric , George Mason University
H. Wechsler , George Mason University
pp. 0087

Towards Robust Face Recognition from Video (Abstract)

J. R. Price , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
T. F. Gee , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
pp. 0094
Session 4: Video Extraction - Chair: Robert Bonneau, AFRL/SNRT

Multi-Modal Fusion for Video Understanding (Abstract)

A. Hoogs , GE Corporate Research and Development
J. Mundy , GE Corporate Research and Development
G. Cross , GE Corporate Research and Development
pp. 0103

Distributed Multiuser Visualization of Time Varying Anatomical Data (Abstract)

A. W. Wetzel , Carnegie Mellon University
S. Pomerantz , Carnegie Mellon University
D. Nave , Carnegie Mellon University
W. Meixner , Carnegie Mellon University
G. A. Johnson , Duke University Medical Center
pp. 0109

Scene and Content Analysis from Multiple Video Streams (Abstract)

S. Guler , Northorp Grumman Information Technology / TASC
pp. 0119

A Multiresolution Approach for Video Texture Registration (Abstract)

R. J. Bonneau , AFRL/SNRT
M. E. Novak , AFRL/SNRT
J. S. Perretta , AFRL/SNRT
S. Ertan , AFRL/SNRT
pp. 0126

Using Video for Recovering Texture (Abstract)

A. Hoogs , GE Corporate Research and Development
R. Kaucic , GE Corporate Research and Development
R. Collins , GE Corporate Research and Development
pp. 0129
Session 5: Tracking - Chair: George Downey, TITAN

A Real-Time Object Tracking System Using a Color Camera (Abstract)

G. V. Paul , Cybernet Systems Corporation
G. J. Beach , Cybernet Systems Corporation
C. J. Cohen , Cybernet Systems Corporation
pp. 0137

Model-Based Face Tracking for Dense Motion Field Estimation (Abstract)

T. F. Gee , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
R. M. Mersereau , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 0149

Using Histograms to Detect and Track Objects in Color Video (Abstract)

M. Mason , George Mason University
Z. Duric , George Mason University
pp. 0154
Session 6: Algorithms - Chair: Paul Anuta, DBA/TITAN

A Qualitative Image Reconstruction from an Axial Image Sequence (Abstract)

P. Guermeur , ENSTA; Universit? de Rouen
E. Pissaloux , Universit? de Rouen; Laboratoire de Robotique de Paris
pp. 0175

A Recursive Otsu-Iris Filter Technique for High-Speed Detection of Lumen Region from Endoscopic Images (Abstract)

H. Tian , Nanyang Technological University
T. Srikanthan , Nanyang Technological University
V. K. Asari , Old Dominion University
pp. 0182

Face Detection and Eye Location Using a Modified ALISA Texture Module (Abstract)

T. Ko , The George Washington University
P. Bock , The George Washington University
pp. 0187
Panel Discussion: Technology Transfer between DoD and the Medical, Research, and Intelligence Communities

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Author Index (PDF)

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