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Proceedings. 1999 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (Cat. No PR00149) (1999)
Fort Collins, Colorado
June 23, 1999 to June 25, 1999
ISSN: 1063-6919
ISBN: 0-7695-0149-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Session P-2-B: Shape / Aerial Interpretation / Interfaces / Document Understanding

Shape from Recognition and Learning: Recovery of 3-D Face Shapes (Abstract)

Dibyendu Nandy , University of Illinois at Chicago
Jezekiel Ben-Arie , University of Illinois at Chicago
pp. 2002

Learning 2D Shape Models (Abstract)

Nicolae Duta , Michigan State University
Anil K. Jain , Michigan State University
Marie-Pierre Dubuisson-Jolly , Siemens Corporate Research
pp. 2008

Integrating Shape from Shading and Range Data Using Neural Networks (Abstract)

Mostafa G.-H. Mostafa , University of Louisville
Sameh M. Yamany , University of Louisville
Aly A. Farag , University of Louisville
pp. 2015

Deformable Shape Detection and Description via Model-Based Region (Abstract)

Lifeng Liu , Boston University
Stan Sclaroff , Boston University
pp. 2021

Algebraic Curves That Work Better (Abstract)

David B. Cooper , Brown University
pp. 2035

Ligature Instabilities in the Perceptual Organization of Shape (Abstract)

Jonas August , Yale University
Steven W. Zucker , Yale University
Kaleem Siddiqi , McGill University
pp. 2042

Shape Reconstruction in Projective Grid Space from Large Number of Images (Abstract)

Hideo Saito , Carnegie Mellon University
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 2049

Efficient Iterative Solution to M-View Projective Reconstruction Problem (Abstract)

Qian Chen , University of Southern California
Geard Medioni , University of Southern California
pp. 2055

Parameterized Image Varieties and Estimation with Bilinear Constraints (Abstract)

Yakup Genc , University of Illinois at Urbana
Jean Ponce , University of Illinois at Urbana
Peter Meer , Rutgers University
pp. 2067

Extending Superquadrics with Exponent Functions: Modeling and Reconstruction (Abstract)

Lin Zhou , University of Delaware
Chandra Kambhamettu , University of Delaware
pp. 2073

On the Intrinsic Reconstruction of Shape from its Symmetries (Abstract)

Peter J. Giblin , University of Liverpool
Benjamin B. Kimia , Brown University
pp. 2079

Independent Motion: The Importance of History (Abstract)

Robert Pless , University of Maryland at College Park
Tomas Brodsky , University of Maryland at College Park
Yiannis Aloimonos , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 2092

Gesture Localization and Recognition using Probabilistic Visual Learning (Abstract)

Raouf Hamdan , Strasbourg I University
Fabrice Heitz , Strasbourg I University
Laurent Thoraval , Strasbourg I University
pp. 2098

Vision-Based Speaker Detection Using Bayesian Networks (Abstract)

James M. Rehg , Compaq Computer Corp.
Kevin P. Murphy , University of California at Berkeley
Paul W. Fieguth , University of Waterloo
pp. 2110
Session 5-A: Vision & Graphics

Combining Information using Hard Constraints (Abstract)

Douglas DeCarlo , Rutgers University
Dimitris Metaxas , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 2132

Image Interpolation by Joint View Triangulation (Abstract)

Maxime Lhuillier , CNRS-GRAVIR-INRIA
Long Quan , CNRS-GRAVIR-INRIA
pp. 2139

Shape from Video (Abstract)

Tomas Brodsky , University of Maryland at College Park
Cornelia Fermueller , University of Maryland at College Park
Yiannis Aloimonos , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 2146
Session 5-B: Low Level Vision

Spatial Filter Selection for Illumination-Invariant Color Texture Discrimination (Abstract)

Bea Thai , University of California at Irvine
Glenn Healey , University of California at Irvine
pp. 2154

Color Edge Detection with the Compass Operator (Abstract)

Mark A. Ruzon , Stanford University
Carlo Tomasi , Stanford University
pp. 2160

Robust and Efficient Image Alignment with Spatially Varying Illumination Models (Abstract)

Shang-Hong Lai , Siemens Corporate Research
Ming Fang , Siemens Corporate Research
pp. 2167
Session 5-C: Document Understanding & Fingerprint Recognition

Recognition of Strings Using Nonstationary Markovian Models: An Application in ZIP Code Recognition (Abstract)

Djamel Bouchaffra , State University of New York at Buffalo
Venu Govindaraju , State University of New York at Buffalo
Sargur N. Srihari , State University of New York at Buffalo
pp. 2174

Visual Signature Verification Using Affine Arc-Length (Abstract)

Mario E. Munich , California Institute of Technology
Pietro Perona , California Institute of Technology
pp. 2180

FingerCode: A Filterbank for Fingerprint Representation and Matching (Abstract)

Anil K. Jain , Michigan State University
Salil Prabhakar , Michigan State University
Lin Hong , Michigan State University
pp. 2187
Session 6-A: Shape Representation & Recovery

Toward a Scale-Space Aspect Graph: Solids of Revolution (Abstract)

Sung-il Pae , University of Illinois at Urbana
Jean Ponce , University of Illinois at Urbana
pp. 2196

Multiscale Image Registration Using Scale Trace Correlation (Abstract)

Bruce B. Hansen , Brigham Young University
Bryan S. Morse , Brigham Young University
pp. 2202
Session 6-B: Computational Geometry

Minimal Projective Reconstruction with Missing Data (Abstract)

Long Quan , CNRS-GRAVIR-INRIA
Anders Heyden , Lund University
Fredrik Kahl , Lund University
pp. 2210

Folded Catadioptric Cameras (Abstract)

Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
Venkata Peri , CycloVision Technologies
pp. 2217
Session 7-A: Real-Time Active Vision and Tracking

Motion Segmentation: A Synergistic Approach (Abstract)

Cornelia Fermueller , University of Maryland at College Park
Tomas Brodsky , University of Maryland at College Park
Yiannis Aloimonos , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 2226

Dynamic Occluding Contours: A New External-Energy Term for Snakes (Abstract)

Michele M. Covell , Interval Research Corporation
Trevor J. Darrell , Interval Research Corporation
pp. 2232

A Multiple Hypothesis Approach to Figure Tracking (Abstract)

Tat-Jen Cham , Compaq Computer Corporation
James M. Rehg , Compaq Computer Corporation
pp. 2239

Adaptive Background Mixture Models for Real-Time Tracking (Abstract)

Chris Stauffer , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
W.E.L. Grimson , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 2246

Bayesian Multi-Camera Surveillance (Abstract)

Vera Kettnaker , Cornell University
Ramin Zabih , Cornell University
pp. 2253
Session 7-B: Aerial Image Interpretation & Medical Imaging

Material Classification for 3D Objects in Aerial Hyperspectral Images (Abstract)

David Slater , University of California at Irvine
Glenn Healey , University of California at Irvine
pp. 2268

User Assisted Modeling of Buildings from Aerial Images (Abstract)

J. Li , University of Southern California at Los Angeles
R. Nevatia , University of Southern California at Los Angeles
S. Nornoha , University of Southern California at Los Angeles
pp. 2274

Robust Hierarchical Algorithm for Constructing a Mosaic from Images of the Curved Human Retina (Abstract)

Charles V. Stewart , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Badrinath Roysam , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Ali Can , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 2286

Virtual Snakes for Occlusion Analysis (Abstract)

B. Galvin B. McCane , University of Otago
K. Novins , University of Otago
pp. 2294

Sensor Planning for a Trinocular Active Vision System (Abstract)

Peter Lehel , University of Louisville
Elsayed E. Hemayed , University of Louisville
Aly A. Farag , University of Louisville
pp. 2306

Space-Variant Dynamic Neural Fields for Visual Attention (Abstract)

Ingo Ahrns , DaimlerChrysler
Heiko Neumann , University of Ulm
pp. 2313

Detecting and Tracking Moving Objects for Video Surveillance (Abstract)

Isaac Cohen , University of Southern California
Gérard Medioni , University of Southern California
pp. 2319

Real-Time Periodic Motion Detection, Analysis, and Applications (Abstract)

Ross Cutler , University of Maryland at College Park
Larry Davis , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 2326

Automatic Hierarchical Classification Using Time-Based Co-Occurrences (Abstract)

Chris Stauffer , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 2333

Robot Localization using Uncalibrated Camera Invariants (Abstract)

Michael Werman , Hebrew University
Maolin Qiu , Hebrew University
Subhashis Banerjee , Indian Institute of Technology
Sumantra Dutta Roy , Indian Institute of Technology
pp. 2353

Automatic Differentiation Facilitates OF-Integration into Steering-Angle-Based Road Vehicle Tracking (Abstract)

Holger Leuck , Universitaet Karlsruhe
Hans-Hellmut Nagel , Universitaet Karlsruhe and Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Informations - und Datenverarbeitung (IITB)
pp. 2360

Critical Motions in Euclidean Structure from Motion (Abstract)

Fredrik Kahl , Lund University
Bill Triggs , INRIA Rhone-Alpes
pp. 2366

Global Measures of Coherence for Edge Detector Evaluation (Abstract)

Simon Baker , Carnegie Mellon University
Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
pp. 2373

Performance Prediction and Validation for Object Recognition (Abstract)

Michael Boshra , University of California at Riverside
Bir Bhanu , University of California at Riverside
pp. 2380

Estimating Model Parameters and Boundaries By Minimizing a Joint, Robust Objective Function (Abstract)

Charles V. Stewart , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Kishore Bubna , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Amitha Perera , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 2387

The Customized-Queries Approach to CBIR Using EM (Abstract)

J.G. Dy , Purdue University
C.E. Brodley , Purdue University
A. Kak , Purdue University
C. Shyu , Purdue University
L.S. Broderick , University of Wisconsin Hospital
pp. 2400

Exploiting the Dependencies in Information Fusion (Abstract)

Hao Pan , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Zhi-Pei Liang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Thomas S. Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 2407

Non-Metric Calibration of Wide-Angle Lenses and Polycameras (Abstract)

Rahul Swaminathan , Columbia University
Shree Nayar , Columbia University
pp. 2413
Session P-3-B: Segmentation / Matching / Recognition / Model Acquisition

Generic Object Detection using Model Based Segmentation (Abstract)

Zhiqian Wang , University of Illinois at Chicago
Jezekiel Ben-Arie , University of Illinois at Chicago
pp. 2428

Adaptive Balloon Models (Abstract)

Xiaobo Li , University of Alberta
Jiankang Wang , University of Alberta
pp. 2434

Joint Detection for Potsherds of Broken Earthenware (Abstract)

Kenta Hori , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Masakazu Imai , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Tsukasa Ogasawara , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 2440

Color Image Segmentation (Abstract)

Yining Deng , University of California at Santa Barbara
B.S. Manjunath , University of California at Santa Barbara
Hyundoo Shin , Samsung Electronics Inc.
pp. 2446

Toboggan-Based Intelligent Scissors with a Four-Parameter Edge Model (Abstract)

Eric N. Mortensen , Brigham Young University
William A. Barrett , Brigham Young University
pp. 2452

Background Estimation and Removal Based on Range and Color (Abstract)

G. Gordon , Interval Research Corporation
T. Darrell , Interval Research Corporation
M. Harville , Interval Research Corporation
J. Woodfill , Interval Research Corporation
pp. 2459

A New Multi-Level Framework for Deformable Contour Optimization (Abstract)

Yusuf Sinan Akgul , University of Delaware
Chandra Kambhamettu , University of Delaware
pp. 2465

3D Deformable Image Matching Using Multiscale Minimization of Global Energy Functions (Abstract)

Olivier Musse , Strasbourg I University
Fabrice Heitz , Strasbourg I University
Jean-Paul Armspach , Strasbourg I University
pp. 2478

A Structured Probabilistic Model for Recognition (Abstract)

Cordelia Schmid , INRIA Rh?ne-Alpes and GRAVIR-CNRS
pp. 2485

Indexing using a Spectral Encoding of Topological Structure (Abstract)

Ali Shokoufandeh , Rutgers University
Sven J. Dickinson , Rutgers University
Kaleem Siddiqi , McGill University
Steven W. Zucker , Yale University
pp. 2491

Object Recognition with Color Cooccurrence Histograms (Abstract)

Peng Chang , Carnegie Mellon University
John Krumm , Microsoft Corporation
pp. 2498

Eigenshapes for 3D Object Recognition in Range Data (Abstract)

Richard J. Campbell , Ohio State University
Patrick J. Flynn , Ohio State University
pp. 2505

Subset Selection for Active Object Recognition (Abstract)

Jay Winkeler , University of California at Santa Barbara
B.S. Manjunath , University of California at Santa Barbara
S. Chandrasekaran , University of California at Santa Barbara
pp. 2511

A New Bayesian Framework for Object Recognition (Abstract)

Yuri Boykov , Cornell University
Daniel Huttenlocher , Cornell University
pp. 2517

Harmonic Maps and Their Applications in Surface Matching (Abstract)

Dongmei Zhang , Carnegie Mellon University
Martial Hebert , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 2524

Panoramic EPI Generation and Analysis of Video from a Moving Platform with Vibration (Abstract)

Zhigang Zhu , Tsinghua University and University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Guangyou Xu , Tsinghua University
Xueyin Lin , Tsinghua University
pp. 2531

Yet another Method for Pose Estimation: A Probabilistic Approach using Points, Lines, and Cylinders (Abstract)

Robert Hanek , Siemens Corporate Research
Nassir Navab , Siemens Corporate Research
Mirko Appel , Siemens Corporate Research
pp. 2544
Session 8-A: Model Acquisition & Object Recognition

Automatic Reconstruction of Piecewise Planar Models from Multiple Views (Abstract)

C. Baillard , University of Oxford
A. Zisserman , University of Oxford
pp. 2559
Session 8-B: Vision & Robotics

Robust Visual Servoing based on Relative Orientation (Abstract)

Camillo J. Taylor James P. Ostrowski , University of Pennsylvania
Sang-Hack Jung , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 2574

Constrained Self-Calibration (Abstract)

Jeffrey Mendelsohn , University of Pennsylvania
Kostas Daniilidis , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 2581

Using the Condensation Algorithm for Robust, Vision-based Mobile Robot Localization (Abstract)

Frank Dellaert , Carnegie Mellon University
Wolfram Burgard , Carnegie Mellon University
Dieter Fox , Carnegie Mellon University
Sebastian Thrun , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 2588
Session 8-C: Pattern Analysis

Stochastic Image Segmentation by Typical Cuts (Abstract)

Yoram Gdalyahu , Hebrew University
Daphna Weinshall , Hebrew University
Michael Werman , Hebrew University
pp. 2596

Histogram Clustering for Unsupervised Image Segmentation (Abstract)

Jan Puzicha , University of Bonn
Joachim M. Buhmann , University of Bonn
Thomas Hofmann , International Computer Science Institute
pp. 2602

Time-Series Classification Using Mixed-State Dynamic Bayesian Networks (Abstract)

Vladimir Pavlovic , Compaq Computer Corporation
Brendan J. Frey , University of Waterloo
Thomas S. Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana
pp. 2609
Session 9-A: Segmentation, Grouping and Feature Extraction

High-Level and Generic Models for Visual Search: When Does High Level Knowledge Help? (Abstract)

A.L. Yuille , Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
James Coughlan , Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
pp. 2631
Session 9-B: Vision & Robotics

Using Planar Parallax to Estimate the Time-to-Contact (Abstract)

Manolis I.A. Lourakis , Foundation for Research and Technology -- Hellas and University of Crete
Stelios C. Orphanoudakis , Foundation for Research and Technology -- Hellas and University of Crete
pp. 2640

Visual Tracking and Control using Lie Algebras (Abstract)

T. Drummond , University of Cambridge
R. Cipolla , University of Cambridge
pp. 2652

Author Index (Abstract)

pp. 2660
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