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Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2004. CVPR 2004. (2004)
Washington, D.C., USA
June 27, 2004 to July 2, 2004
ISSN: 1063-6919
ISBN: 0-7695-2158-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Poster Session 1: Calibration/Stereo

Using Plane + Parallax for Calibrating Dense Camera Arrays (Abstract)

Vaibhav Vaish , Stanford University
Bennett Wilburn , Stanford University
Neel Joshi , Stanford University
Marc Levoy , Stanford University
pp. 2-9

Restoration of Curved Document Images through 3D Shape Modeling (Abstract)

Zheng Zhang , National University of Singapore
Chew Lim Tan , National University of Singapore
Liying Fan , National University of Singapore
pp. 10-15

Wide Baseline Feature Matching Using the Cross-Epipolar Ordering Constraint (Abstract)

Xiaoye Lu , University of California at Santa Cruz
Roberto Manduchi , University of California at Santa Cruz
pp. 16-23

Fast Wide Baseline Matching for Visual Navigation (Abstract)

Toon Goedemé , University of Leuven
Tinne Tuytelaars , University of Leuven
Luc Van Gool , ETH Z?urich
pp. 24-29

Algebraic Solution for the Visual Hull (Abstract)

Matthew Brand , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Kongbin Kang , Brown University
David B. Cooper , Brown University
pp. 30-35

Shedding Light on Stereoscopic Segmentation (Abstract)

Hailin Jin , University of California at Los Angeles
Daniel Cremers , University of California at Los Angeles
Anthony J. Yezzi , Georgia Institute of Technology
Stefano Soatto , University of California at Los Angeles
pp. 36-42

Perspective Shape-from-Shading by Fast Marching (Abstract)

Ariel Tankus , Tel-Aviv University
Nir Sochen , Tel-Aviv University
Yehezkel Yeshurun , Tel-Aviv University
pp. 43-49

Spherical Harmonics vs. Haar Wavelets: Basis for Recovering Illumination from Cast Shadows (Abstract)

Takahiro Okabe , University of Tokyo
Imari Sato , University of Tokyo
Yoichi Sato , University of Tokyo
pp. 50-57

Autocalibration & 3D Reconstruction with Non-Central Catadioptric Cameras (Abstract)

Branislav Mičušík , Czech Technical University in Prague
Tomáš Pajdla , Czech Technical University in Prague
pp. 58-65

Window-Based, Discontinuity Preserving Stereo (Abstract)

Motilal Agrawal , SRI International
Larry S. Davis , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 66-73

Segment-Based Stereo Matching Using Graph Cuts (Abstract)

Li Hong , STMicroelectronics, Inc.
George Chen , STMicroelectronics, Inc.
pp. 74-81

Difference Sphere: An Approach to Near Light Source Estimation (Abstract)

Takeshi Takai , Kyoto University
Koichiro Niinuma , Kyoto University
Atsuto Maki , Kyoto University
Takashi Matsuyama , Kyoto University
pp. 98-105

Region-Based Progressive Stereo Matching (Abstract)

Yichen Wei , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Long Quan , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 106-113

Automatic Method for Correlating Horizons across Faults in 3D Seismic Data (Abstract)

Fitsum Admasu , University of Magdeburg
Klaus Toennies , University of Magdeburg
pp. 114-119

Space-Time Video Completion (Abstract)

Y. Wexler , Weizmann Institute of Science
E. Shechtman , Weizmann Institute of Science
M. Irani , Weizmann Institute of Science
pp. 120-127

A Correlation-Based Model Prior for Stereo (Abstract)

Yanghai Tsin , Siemens Corporate Research
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 135-142

Shape Correspondence through Landmark Sliding (Abstract)

Song Wang , University of South Carolina
Toshiro Kubota , University of South Carolina
Theodor Richardson , University of South Carolina
pp. 143-150

Camera Calibration from a Single Night Sky Image (Abstract)

Andreas Klaus , VRVis Research Center
Joachim Bauer , VRVis Research Center
Konrad Karner , VRVis Research Center
Pierre Elbischger , Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision
Roland Perko , Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision
Horst Bischof , Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision
pp. 151-157

Radiometric Calibration of a Helmholtz Stereo Rig (Abstract)

Zsolt Jankó , Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Ondřej Drbohlav , Czech Technical University
Radim Šára , Czech Technical University
pp. 166-171

A Variational Approach to Problems in Calibration of Multiple Cameras (Abstract)

Gozde Unal , Siemens Corporate Research
Anthony Yezzi , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 172-178

Estimating Illumination Direction from Textured Images (Abstract)

Manik Varma , University of Oxford
Andrew Zisserman , University of Oxford
pp. 179-186

Simultaneous Calibration and Tracking with a Network of Non-Overlapping Sensors (Abstract)

Ali Rahimi , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brian Dunagan , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Trevor Darrell , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 187-194

Camera Network Calibration from Dynamic Silhouettes (Abstract)

Sudipta N. Sinha , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Marc Pollefeys , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Leonard McMillan , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 195-202
Poster Session 2: Low Level Vision

Capturing Image Structure with Probabilistic Index Maps (Abstract)

Nebojsa Jojic , Microsoft Research
Yaron Caspi , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
pp. 212-219

Fast Contour Matching Using Approximate Earth Mover's Distance (Abstract)

Kristen Grauman , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Trevor Darrell , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 220-227

Geometric and Shading Correction for Images of Printed Materials: A Unified Approach Using Boundary (Abstract)

Yau-Chat Tsoi , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Michael S. Brown , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 240-246

Segmentation Using Multiscale Cues (Abstract)

Stella X. Yu , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 247-254

Multi-Classifier Framework for Atlas-Based Image Segmentation (Abstract)

Torsten Rohlfing , Stanford University
Calvin R. Maurer, Jr. , Stanford University
pp. 255-260

Efficient Belief Propagation for Early Vision (Abstract)

Pedro F. Felzenszwalb , Cornell University
Daniel P. Huttenlocher , Cornell University
pp. 261-268

Super-Resolution through Neighbor Embedding (Abstract)

Hong Chang , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Dit-Yan Yeung , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yimin Xiong , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 275-282

Joint Feature-Basis Subset Selection (Abstract)

Shai Avidan , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
pp. 283-290

From Fragments to Salient Closed Boundaries: An In-Depth Study (Abstract)

Song Wang , University of South Carolina
Jun Wang , University of South Carolina
Toshiro Kubota , University of South Carolina
pp. 291-298

Separating Reflections from a Single Image Using Local Features (Abstract)

Anat Levin , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Assaf Zomet , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Yair Weiss , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
pp. 306-313

Perceptual Organization of Radial Symmetries (Abstract)

Qing Yang , Institute of Automation
Bahram Parvin , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
pp. 320-325

3D Models Coding and Morphing for Efficient Video Compression (Abstract)

Franck Galpin , Tohoku University
Raphaèle Balter , IRISA INRIA-University of Rennes and France-Telecom R&D
Luce Morin , IRISA INRIA-University of Rennes
Koichiro Deguchi , Tohoku University
pp. 334-341

The SPS Algorithm: Patching Figural Continuity and Transparency by Split-Patch Search (Abstract)

A. Criminisi , Microsoft Research Ltd.
A. Blake , Microsoft Research Ltd.
pp. 342-349

Space-Time Isosurface Evolution for Temporally Coherent 3D Reconstruction (Abstract)

Bastian Goldluecke , Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Marcus Magnor , Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
pp. 350-355

Estimation of Blood Flow Speed and Vessel Location from Thermal Video (Abstract)

M. Garbey , University of Houston
A. Merla , University of Houston
I. Pavlidis , University of Houston
pp. 356-363

Video Repairing: Inference of Foreground and Background under Severe Occlusion (Abstract)

Jiaya Jia , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Tai-Pang Wu , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yu-Wing Tai , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Chi-Keung Tang , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 364-371

Hybrid Textons: Modeling Surfaces with Reflectance and Geometry (Abstract)

Jing Wang , Rutgers University
Kristin J. Dana , Rutgers University
pp. 372-378

Robust Color Object Detection Using Spatial-Color Joint Probability Functions (Abstract)

David Crandall , Eastman Kodak Company
Jiebo Luo , Eastman Kodak Company
pp. 379-385

Shape Constrained Image Segmentation by Parametric Distributional Clustering (Abstract)

Thomas Zöller , University of Bonn
Joachim M. Buhmann , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
pp. 386-393

Globally Optimal Segmentation of Interacting Surfaces with Geometric Constraints (Abstract)

Kang Li , University of Iowa
Xiaodong Wu , University of Texas — Pan American
Danny Z. Chen , University of Notre Dame
Milan Sonka , University of Iowa
pp. 394-399

Recovering Shape and Irradiance Maps from Rich Dense Texton Fields (Abstract)

Anthony Lobay , University of California at Berkeley
D.A. Forsyth , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 400-406

Bayesian Video Matting Using Learnt Image Priors (Abstract)

Nicholas Apostoloff , University of Oxford
Andrew Fitzgibbon , University of Oxford
pp. 407-414

A Segmentation-Free Approach for Skeletonization of Gray-Scale Images via Anisotropic Vector Diffusion (Abstract)

Zeyun Yu , University of Texas at Austin
Chandrajit Bajaj , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 415-420

Tracking Loose-Limbed People (Abstract)

Leonid Sigal , Brown University
Sidharth Bhatia , Brown University
Stefan Roth , Brown University
Michael J Black , Brown University
Michael Isard , Microsoft Research Silicon Valley
pp. 421-428

Hyperspectral Texture Classification Using Generalized Markov Fields (Abstract)

Subhadip Sarkar , University of California at Irvine
Glenn Healey , University of California at Irvine
pp. 429-434
Session 1A: Sensors

Programmable Imaging Using a Digital Micromirror Array (Abstract)

Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
Vlad Branzoi , Columbia University
Terry E. Boult , University of Colorado
pp. 436-443

The World in an Eye (Abstract)

Ko Nishino , Columbia University
Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
pp. 444-451

Making One Object Look Like Another: Controlling Appearance Using a Projector-Camera System (Abstract)

Michael D. Grossberg , Columbia University
Harish Peri , Columbia University
Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
Peter N. Belhumeur , Columbia University
pp. 452-459
Session 1B: Low Level Vision - 1

Separating Style and Content on a Nonlinear Manifold (Abstract)

Ahmed Elgammal , Rutgers University
Chan-Su Lee , Rutgers University
pp. 478-485
Session 2A: Statistical Methods - 1

Video Data Mining Using Configurations of Viewpoint Invariant Regions (Abstract)

Josef Sivic , University of Oxford
Andrew Zisserman , University of Oxford
pp. 488-495

MetaMorphs: Deformable Shape and Texture Models (Abstract)

Xiaolei Huang , Rutgers University
Dimitris Metaxas , Rutgers University
Ting Chen , Rutgers University
pp. 496-503

L-∞Minimization in Geometric Reconstruction Problems (Abstract)

Richard Hartley , National ICT Australia and Australian National University
Frederik Schaffalitzky , Australian National University and Oxford University
pp. 504-509

A New GPCA Algorithm for Clustering Subspaces by Fitting, Differentiating and Dividing Polynomials (Abstract)

René Vidal , Johns Hopkins University
Yi Ma , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jacopo Piazzi , Johns Hopkins University
pp. 510-517
Session 2B: Detection and Tracking - 1

Efficient Tracking with the Bounded Hough Transform (Abstract)

Michael Greenspan , Queen?s University
Limin Shang , Queen?s University
Piotr Jasiobedzki , MDRobotics
pp. 520-527

Detection and Removal of Rain from Videos (Abstract)

Kshitiz Garg , Columbia University
Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
pp. 528-535

Clear Underwater Vision (Abstract)

Yoav Y. Schechner , Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Nir Karpel , Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
pp. 536-543

Detection and Tracking of Objects in Underwater Video (Abstract)

Dirk Walther , California Institute of Technology
Duane R. Edgington , Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Christof Koch , California Institute of Technology
pp. 544-549
Session 3A: Calibration/Stereo

Wide-Baseline Stereo from Multiple Views: A Probabilistic Account (Abstract)

Christoph Strecha , University of Leuven
Rik Fransens , University of Leuven
Luc Van Gool , University of Leuven
pp. 552-559

Stereo Correspondence with Slanted Surfaces: Critical Implications of Horizontal Slant (Abstract)

Abhijit S. Ogale , University of Maryland at College Park
Yiannis Aloimonos , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 568-573
Session 3B: Medical Applications

Tomographic Reconstruction of Piecewise Smooth Images (Abstract)

Christopher V. Alvino , Georgia Institute of Technology
Anthony J. Yezzi, Jr. , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 576-581

Motion Without Correspondence from Tomographic Projections by Bayesian Inversion Theory (Abstract)

S. S. Brandt , Helsinki University of Technology
V. Kolehmainen , University of Kuopio
pp. 582-587

Estimation, Smoothing, and Characterization of Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Profiles from High Angular Resolution DWI (Abstract)

Y. Chen , University of Florida
W. Guo , University of Florida
Q. Zeng , University of Florida
X. Yan , University of Florida
F. Huang , University of Florida
H. Zhang , University of Florida
G. He , University of Florida
B.C. Vemuri , University of Florida
Y. Liu , University of Florida
pp. 588-593

Scale Selection for Anisotropic Scale-Space: Application to Volumetric Tumor Characterization (Abstract)

Kazunori Okada , Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
Dorin Comaniciu , Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
Arun Krishnan , Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.
pp. 594-601
Poster Session 3: Motion

Visual Odometry and Map Correlation (Abstract)

Anat Levin , Microsoft Research
Richard Szeliski , Microsoft Research
pp. 611-618

A Variational Approach to Scene Reconstruction and Image Segmentation from Motion-Blur Cues (Abstract)

Paolo Favaro , University of California at Los Angeles
Stefano Soatto , University of California at Los Angeles
pp. 631-637

Incremental Density Approximation and Kernel-Based Bayesian Filtering for Object Tracking (Abstract)

Bohyung Han , University of Maryland at College Park
Dorin Comaniciu , Siemens Corporate Research
Ying Zhu , Siemens Corporate Research
Larry Davis , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 638-644

Radiometric Alignment of Image Sequences (Abstract)

Seon Joo Kim , University of North Carolina
Marc Pollefeys , University of North Carolina
pp. 645-651

Visual Odometry (Abstract)

David Nistér , Sarnoff Corporation
Oleg Naroditsky , Sarnoff Corporation
James Bergen , Sarnoff Corporation
pp. 652-659

Dynamic Geodesic Snakes for Visual Tracking (Abstract)

Marc Niethammer , Georgia Institute of Technology
Allen Tannenbaum , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 660-667

Non-Rigid Shape and Motion Recovery: Degenerate Deformations (Abstract)

Jing Xiao , Carnegie Mellon University
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 668-675

Pointwise Motion Tracking in Echocardiographic Images (Abstract)

Weichaun Yu , Yale University
Ping Yan , Yale University
Albert Sinusas , Yale University
Karl Thiele , Philips Medical Systems
James S. Duncan , Yale University
pp. 676-683

High Resolution Video Mosaicing with Global Alignment (Abstract)

Roberto Marzotto , Università degli Studi di Verona
Andrea Fusiello , Università degli Studi di Verona
Vittorio Murino , Università degli Studi di Verona
pp. 692-698

Augmenting Images of Non-Rigid Scenes Using Point and Curve Correspondences (Abstract)

Adrien Bartoli , University of Oxford
Eugénie von Tunzelmann , University of Oxford
Andrew Zisserman , University of Oxford
pp. 699-706

Multibody Factorization with Uncertainty and Missing Data Using the EM Algorithm (Abstract)

Amit Gruber , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Yair Weiss , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
pp. 707-714

Probabilistic Parameter-Free Motion Detection (Abstract)

Thomas Veit , IRISA/INRIA
Fr?d?ric Cao , IRISA/INRIA
Patrick Bouthemy , IRISA/INRIA
pp. 715-721

A Unified Spatio-Temporal Articulated Model for Tracking (Abstract)

Xiangyang Lan , Cornell University
Daniel P. Huttenlocher , Cornell University
pp. 722-729

Role of Shape and Kinematics in Human Movement Analysis (Abstract)

Ashok Veeraraghavan , University of Maryland at College Park
Amit Roy Chowdhury , University of California at Riverside
Rama Chellappa , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 730-737

Optimizing Motion Estimation with Linear Programming and Detail-Preserving Variational Method (Abstract)

Hao Jiang , Simon Fraser University
Ze-Nian Li , Simon Fraser University
Mark S. Drew , Simon Fraser University
pp. 738-745

Linear Sequence-to-Sequence Alignment (Abstract)

Rodrigo L. Carceroni , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Flávio L. C. Pádua , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Geraldo A. M. R. Santos , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Kiriakos N. Kutulakos , University of Toronto
pp. 746-753

Motion Estimation by Swendsen-Wang Cuts (Abstract)

Adrian Barbu , University of California at Los Angeles
Alan Yuille , University of California at Los Angeles
pp. 754-761

Synchronizing Video Sequences (Abstract)

Tinne Tuytelaars , University of Leuven
Luc Van Gool , University of Leuven and ETH
pp. 762-768

The Multibody Trifocal Tensor: Motion Segmentation from 3 Perspective Views (Abstract)

Richard Hartley , Australian National University and National ICT Australia
René Vidal , National ICT Australia and Johns Hopkins University
pp. 769-775

Multibody Motion Segmentation Based on Simulated Annealing (Abstract)

Zhimin Fan , Tsinghua University
Jie Zhou , Tsinghua University
Ying Wu , Northwestern University
pp. 776-781

Visual Tracking Using Learned Linear Subspaces (Abstract)

Jeffrey Ho , University of California at San Diego
Kuang-Chih Lee , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ming-Hsuan Yang , Honda Research Institute
David Kriegman , University of California at San Diego
pp. 782-789

Multiple Kernel Tracking with SSD (Abstract)

Gregory D. Hager , Johns Hopkins University
Maneesh Dewan , Johns Hopkins University
Charles V. Stewart , Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 790-797

An EM-Like Algorithm for Color-Histogram-Based Object Tracking (Abstract)

Zoran Zivkovic , University of Amsterdam
Ben Kröse , University of Amsterdam
pp. 798-803

Reconstructing 3D Independent Motions Using Non-Accidentalness (Abstract)

K. E. Ozden , K.U. Leuven
K. Cornelis , K.U. Leuven
L. Van Eycken , K.U. Leuven
L. Van Gool , K.U. Leuven and ETH
pp. 819-825

Multi-Scale Visual Tracking by Sequential Belief Propagation (Abstract)

Gang Hua , Northwestern University
Ying Wu , Northwestern University
pp. 826-833

Collaborative Tracking of Multiple Targets (Abstract)

Ting Yu , Northwestern University
Ying Wu , Northwestern University
pp. 834-841

Registration of Diffusion Tensor Images (Abstract)

Hui Zhang , University of Pennsylvania
Paul A. Yushkevich , University of Pennsylvania
James C. Gee , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 842-847

Affine Image Registration Using a New Information Metric (Abstract)

Jie Zhang , University of Florida
Anand Rangarajan , University of Florida
pp. 848-855

Modeling Complex Motion by Tracking and Editing Hidden Markov Graphs (Abstract)

Yizhou Wang , University of California at Los Angeles
Song Chun Zhu , University of California at Los Angeles
pp. 856-863

An Algorithm for Multiple Object Trajectory Tracking (Abstract)

Mei Han , NEC Laboratories America
Wei Xu , NEC Laboratories America
Hai Tao , University of California at Santa Cruz
Yihong Gong , NEC Laboratories America
pp. 864-871

A Unified Framework for Uncertainty Propagation in Automatic Shape Tracking (Abstract)

X. S. Zhou , Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
D. Comaniciu , Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
B. Xie , Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
R. Cruceanu , Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
A. Gupta , Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.
pp. 872-879

3D Facial Tracking from Corrupted Movie Sequences (Abstract)

Siome Goldenstein , IC-Unicamp
Christian Vogler , Gallaudet University
Dimitris Metaxas , Rutgers University
pp. 880-885

Gibbs Likelihoods for Bayesian Tracking (Abstract)

Stefan Roth , Brown University
Leonid Sigal , Brown University
Michael J. Black , Brown University
pp. 886-893

Articulated Models from Video (Abstract)

N. Krahnstoever , GE Research
R. Sharma , GE Research
pp. 894-901
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