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2012 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (2005)
San Diego, California
June 20, 2005 to June 26, 2005
ISSN: 1063-6919
ISBN: 0-7695-2660-8
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Committee (PDF)

pp. xiii

Keynote Talk (PDF)

pp. xviii

Acknowledgements (PDF)

pp. xix
Oral Presentations

Model-based validation approaches and matching techniques for automotive vision based pedestrian detection (Abstract)

M. Meinecke , Electronic Research Volkswagen AG
A. Broggi , Universita di Parma, Italy
T. Graf , Electronic Research Volkswagen AG
P. Grisleri , Universita di Parma, Italy
A. Fascioli , Universita di Parma, Italy
pp. 1

A Combinational Approach to the Fusion, De-noising and Enhancement of Dual-Energy X-Ray Luggage Images (Abstract)

David L. Page , University of Tennessee
Mongi A. Abidi , University of Tennessee
Besma R. Abidi , University of Tennessee
Zhiyu Chen , University of Tennessee
Yue Zheng , University of Tennessee
pp. 2

Multiperspective Thermal IR and Video Arrays for 3D Body Tracking and Driver Activity Analysis (Abstract)

Shinko Y. Cheng , University of California, San Diego
Sangho Park , University of California, San Diego
Mohan M. Trivedi , University of California, San Diego
pp. 3

Tracking Humans using Multi-modal Fusion (Abstract)

Xiaotao Zou , University of California, Riverside
Bir Bhanu , University of California, Riverside
pp. 4

Improved Likelihood Function in Particle-based IR Eye Tracking (Abstract)

Ronald Satria , IT University, Copenhagen
Jakob S?rensen , IT University, Copenhagen
Dan Witzner Hansen , IT University, Copenhagen
Riad Hammoud , Delphi Electronics and Safety, Kokomo, Indiana
pp. 5

Kernel Matched Signal Detectors for Hyperspectral Target Detection (Abstract)

Heesung Kwon , U.S. Army Research Laboratory
Nasser M. Nasrabadi , U.S. Army Research Laboratory,
pp. 6

Spaceborne Traffic Monitoring with Dual Channel Synthetic Aperture Radar Theory and Experiments (Abstract)

Andreas Laika , Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Richard Bamler , Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Franz Meyer , Institute, German Aerospace Center
Stefan Hinz , Technische Universitaet Muenchen
pp. 7

Comparative Image Fusion Analysais (Abstract)

Firooz Sadjadi , Lockheed Martin Corporation
pp. 8

Performance Evaluation of Face Recognition using Visual and Thermal Imagery with Advanced Correlation Filters (Abstract)

B.V.K. Vijayakumar , Carnegie Mellon University,USA
Marios Savvides , Carnegie Mellon University,USA
Jingu Heo , Carnegie Mellon University,USA
pp. 9

Integrating LDV Audio and IR Video for Remote Multimodal Surveillance (Abstract)

Zhigang Zhu , The City University of New York
Weihong Li , The City University of New York
George Wolberg , The City University of New York
pp. 10

Fusion-Based Background-Subtraction using Contour Saliency (Abstract)

Vinay Sharma , Ohio State University
James W. Davis , Ohio State University
pp. 11

Background Estimation under Rapid Gain Change in Thermal Imagery (Abstract)

Robert Collins , Penn State University
Martial Hebert , Carnegie Mellon University
Hulya Yalcin , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 12

Layered Representation for Pedestrian Detection and Tracking in Infrared Imagery (Abstract)

Yunfei Zheng , West Virginia University
Xin Li , West Virginia University
Congxia Dai , West Virginia University
pp. 13

Automatic Feature Localization in Thermal Images for Facial Expression Recognition (Abstract)

Benjamin Hernandez , Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Ensenada
Gustavo Olague , CICESE, Ensenada, BC, Mexico
Riad Hammoud , Delphi Corporation,Delphi Electronics and Safety
Leonardo Trujillo , CICESE, Ensenada, BC, Mexico
pp. 14

Human Recognition Based on Face Profiles in Video (Abstract)

Bir Bhanu , University of California, Riverside
Xiaoli Zhou , University of California, Riverside
pp. 15

Stereo Vision-based approaches for Pedestrian Detection (Abstract)

M. Bertozzi , Universita di Parma, Italy
E. Binelli , Universita di Parma, Italy
A. Broggi , Universita di Parma, Italy
M. Del Rose , Vetronics Research Center U.S.Army TARDEC
pp. 16
Posters

Human Activity Recognition in Thermal Infrared Imagery (Abstract)

Ju Han , University of California, Riverside
Bir Bhanu , University of California, Riverside
pp. 17

Multi-View Classifier Swarms for Pedestrian Detection and Tracking (Abstract)

Yuri Owechko , HRL Laboratories, LLC
Swarup Medasani , HRL Laboratories, LLC
pp. 18

Multi-Frame Moving Object Track Matching Based on an Incremental Major Color Spectrum Histogram Matching Algorithm (Abstract)

Eric Dahai Cheng , University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
Massimo Piccardi , University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
pp. 19

Background Modelling in Infrared and Visible Spectrum Video for People Tracking (Abstract)

C. O Conaire , Dublin City University, Ireland
E. Cooke , Dublin City University, Ireland
N. O'Connor , Dublin City University, Ireland
A. Smearson , Dublin City University, Ireland
N. Murphy , Dublin City University, Ireland
pp. 20

Real Time Robust Human Detection and Tracking System (Abstract)

Jack Hoang , I3DVR International Inc,Canada
Jianpeng Zhou , I3DVR International Inc,Canada
pp. 149
Session1: Travel and Wayfinding Part I

Localization Based on Building Recognition (Abstract)

Jana Kosecka , George Mason University
Wei Zhang , George Mason University
pp. 21

First Steps towards Stereo-based 6DOF SLAM for the Visually Impaired (Abstract)

Juan Manuel Saez , Universidad de Alicante,Spain
Francisco Escolano , Universidad de Alicante,Spain
Antonio Penalver , Universidad de Alicante,Spain
pp. 23
Session 2: Visual, Audio and Tactile Interface

Big Little Icons (Abstract)

Serge Belongie , University of California, San Diego
Vincent Rabaud , University of California, San Diego
pp. 24

A Visibility Improvement System for Low Vision Drivers by Nonlinear Enhancement of Fused Visible and Infrared Video (Abstract)

Hau Ngo , Old Dominion University
Adam Livingston , Old Dominion University
Li Tao , Old Dominion University
Ming Zhang , Old Dominion University
Vijayan Asari , Old Dominion University
pp. 25
Session 3: Information Access

Sign Classification using Local and Meta-Features (Abstract)

Erik G. Learned-Miller , University of Massachusetts
Marwan A. Mattar , University of Massachusetts
Allen R. Hanson , University of Massachusetts
pp. 26

Automatic Sign Detection and Recognition in Natural Scenes (Abstract)

Allen Hanson , University of Massachusetts
Marwan A. Mattar , University of Massachusetts
Jerod Weinman , University of Massachusetts
Piyanuch Silapachote , University of Massachusetts
Richard Weiss , School of Cognitive Science, Hampshire College
pp. 27

A Time-Efficient Cascade for Real-Time Object Detection: With applications for the visually impaired (Abstract)

Alan L. Yuille , University of California, Los Angeles
Xiangrong Chen , University of California, Los Angeles
pp. 28
Session 4: Travel and Wayfinding Part II

Badge3D for Visually Impaired (Abstract)

G. Iannizzotto , Dept. of Mathematics, University of Messina Messina, ITALY
C. Costanzo , Faculty of Engineering, University of Messina Messina, ITALY
F. La Rosa , Faculty of Engineering, University of Messina Messina, ITALY
P. Lanzafame , Faculty of Engineering, University of Messina Messina, ITALY
pp. 29

Digital Sign System for Indoor Wayfinding for the Visually Impaired (Abstract)

N. Giudice , University of California, Santa Barbara
B.S. Tjan , University of Southern California, Los Angeles
G.E. Legge , University of Minnesota
R. Roy , University of Minnesota
P.J. Beckmann , Beckmann Research, LLC
pp. 30
Session 5: Special Topics

A Multi-Camera Pose Tracker for Assisting the Visually Impaired (Abstract)

Frank Dellaert , Georgia Institute of Technology
Sarah Tariq , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 31

Mobility assessment using simulated Artificial Human Vision (Abstract)

J. Dowling , Queensland University of Technology
A. Maeder , CSIRO ICT Centre
W. Boles , Queensland University of Technology
pp. 32
Empirical Evaluation Methods in Computer Vision

A novel performance evaluation method of local detectors on non-planar scenes (Abstract)

Friedrich Fraundorfer , Graz University of Technology
Horst Bischof , Graz University of Technology
pp. 33

A Measure for Objective Evaluation of Image Segmentation Algorithms (Abstract)

M. Hebert , Carnegie Mellon University
R. Unnikrishnan , Carnegie Mellon University
C. Pantofaru , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 34

Screener Evaluation of Pseudo-Colored Single Energy X-ray Luggage Images (Abstract)

B. Abidi , The University of Tennessee
Y. Zheng , The University of Tennessee
A. Gribok , The University of Tennessee
M. Abidi , The University of Tennessee
pp. 35

Evaluating Multi-Object Tracking (Abstract)

Sileye Ba , IDIAP Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland
Jean-Marc Odobez , IDIAP Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland
Kevin Smith , IDIAP Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland
Daniel Gatica-Perez , IDIAP Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland
pp. 36

How CanWe Evaluate Object Recognition Algorithms Using a Public Object Image Database? (Abstract)

Soo Chahn Lee , School of EECS, Seoul Nat?l Univ.
Il Dong Yun Yun , Hankuk Univ. of F. S.
Duck Hoon Kim , School of EECS, Seoul Nat?l Univ.
Sang Uk Lee , School of EECS, Seoul Nat?l Univ.
pp. 37

Heteroscedastic Projection Based M-Estimators (Abstract)

Peter Meer , Rutgers University
Raghav Subbarao , Rutgers University
pp. 38

Predicting and Evaluating the Power of Shared Features (Abstract)

Thomas S. Stepleton , Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 39

Repeated Measures GLMM Estimation of Subject-Related and False Positive Threshold Effects on Human Face Verification Performance (Abstract)

J. Ross Beveridge , Computer Science Department, Colorado State University
Geof H. Givens , Statistics Department, Colorado State University
Bruce A. Draper , Computer Science Department, Colorado State University
pp. 40
Invited Papers

DISTATIS: The Analysis of Multiple Distance Matrices (Abstract)

Dominique Valentin , Universite de Bourgogne
Alice J. O?Toole , The University of Texas at Dallas
Herve Abdi , The University of Texas at Dallas
Betty Edelman , The University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 42
Introduction
Learning in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

Topological Mapping from Image Sequences (Abstract)

Greg Grudic , University of Colorado at Boulder
Jane Mulligan , University of Colorado at Boulder
pp. 43

Statistical Learning of Visual Feature Hierarchies (Abstract)

Fabien Scalzo , Montefiore Institute University of Liege
Justus H. Piater , Montefiore Institute University of Liege
pp. 44

Discriminant Analysis: A Least Squares Approximation View (Abstract)

Jing Peng , EECS Department, Tulane University
Peng Zhang , EECS Department, Tulane University
Nobert Riedel , Mathematics Department, Tulane University
pp. 46

Combining Local and Global Image Features for Object Class Recognition (Abstract)

Marwan A. Mattar , University of Massachusetts
Mark C. Benfield , Coastal Sciences/Fisheries Inst. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,
Dimitri A. Lisin , University of Massachusetts
Matthew B. Blaschko , University of Massachusetts
Erik G. Learned-Miller , University of Massachusetts
pp. 47

Task-Driven Learning of Spatial Combinations of Visual Features (Abstract)

Fabien Scalzo , Institut Montefiore (B28), Universite de Liege
S??ebastien Jodogne , Institut Montefiore (B28), Universite de Liege
Justus H. Piater , Institut Montefiore (B28), Universite de Liege
pp. 48

Fast Selection of Linear Features in Image Data (Abstract)

Feng Wu , University of Texas at Dallas
Haim Schweitzer , University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 49

Articulated Pose Estimation in a Learned Smooth Space of Feasible Solutions (Abstract)

Stan Sclaroff , Boston University
Rui Li , Boston University
Tai-Peng Tian , Boston University
pp. 50

Semi-Supervised Face Detection (Abstract)

Ira Cohen , HP Research Labs, US
Nicu Sebe , University of Amsterdam
Theo Gevers , University of Amsterdam
Thomas S. Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 51

A Local Region-based Approach to Gender Classi.cation From Face Images (Abstract)

Paul Griffin , Identix Incorporated
Chiraz BenAbdelkader , American University of Beirut
pp. 52

Unsupervised Segmentation of Multi-Modal Images by a Precise Approximation of Individual Modes with Linear Combinations of Discrete Gaussians (Abstract)

Ayman El-Baz , University of Louisville
Refaat M. Mohamed , University of Louisville
Georgy Gimel?farb , University of Auckland, New Zealand
Aly A. Farag , University of Louisville
pp. 54
Introduction
IEEE Workshop on Machine Vision for Intelligent Vehicles

Fast Object Hypotheses Generation Using 3D Position and 3D Motion (Abstract)

Christian Hoffmann , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Thao Dang , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
pp. 56

A Bayesian Approach to Background Modeling (Abstract)

Fatih Porikli , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
Peter Meer , Rutgers University
Oncel Tuzel , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
pp. 58

Lane Change Intent Analysis Using Robust Operators and Sparse Bayesian Learning (Abstract)

Mohan M. Trivedi , Computer Vision and Robotics Research Laboratory
Bhaskar Rao , Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, UC San Diego
Joel C. McCall , Computer Vision and Robotics Research Laboratory
David Wipf , Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, UC San Diego
pp. 59

A marking-based, Flexible approach to intersection detection (Abstract)

Christian Duchow , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
pp. 60

Dynamic Panoramic Surround Map: Motivation and Omni Video Based Approach (Abstract)

Mohan M. Trivedi , University of California San Diego
Tarak Gandhi , University of California San Diego
pp. 61

Stereo-Based Object Detection, Classi?cation, and Quantitative Evaluation with Automotive Applications (Abstract)

Theodore Camus , Sarnoff Corporation
David Hirvonen , Sarnoff Corporation
Peng Chang , Sarnoff Corporation
Ben Southall , Sarnoff Corporation
pp. 62

Towards a Practical Stereo Vision Sensor (Abstract)

Aveek Das , Sarnoff Corporation
Mayank Bansal , Sarnoff Corporation
Theodore Camus , Sarnoff Corporation
Aastha Jain , Sarnoff Corporation
pp. 63

Overtaking Vehicle Detection Using Dynamic and Quasi-Static Background Modeling (Abstract)

Ronald Miller , Ford Motor Company
Junxian Wang , University of Nevada, Reno
George Bebis , University of Nevada, Reno
pp. 64

Obstacle Detection with Stereo Vision for Off-Road Vehicle Navigation (Abstract)

Paolo Grisleri , Universita di Parma,Italy
Alberto Broggi , Universita di Parma,Italy
Claudio Caraffi , Universita di Parma,Italy
Rean Isabella Fedriga , Universita di Parma,Italy
pp. 65

Error-metrics for Camera Ego-motion Estimation (Abstract)

Visvanathan Ramesh , Siemens Corporate Research Inc.
Ying Zhu , Siemens Corporate Research Inc.
Juhua Zhu , Princeton University
pp. 67
Vision for Human-Computer Interaction V4HCI

System for Live Virtual-Endoscopic Guidance of Bronchoscopy (Abstract)

W.E. Higgins , Penn State University
A.P. Kiraly , Siemens Corporate Research
J. P. Helferty , Lockheed-Martin Corp.
A.J. Sherbondy , Stanford University
pp. 68

Posture and Gesture Recognition using 3D Body Shapes Decomposition (Abstract)

Isaac COHEN , University of Southern California
Chi-Wei Chu , University of Southern California
pp. 69

A Real-Time Human Stress Monitoring System Using Dynamic Bayesian Network (Abstract)

Weihong Zhang , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Wenhui Liao , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Zhiwei Zhu , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Qiang Ji , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 70

A Vision-Based Approach for Controlling User Interfaces of Mobile Devices (Abstract)

Janne Heikkila , University of Oulu, Finland
Pekka Sangi , University of Oulu, Finland
Jari Hannuksela , University of Oulu, Finland
pp. 71

Monocular Human Motion Capture with a Mixture of Regressors (Abstract)

Bill Triggs , GRAVIR-INRIA-CNRS,Europe
Ankur Agarwal , GRAVIR-INRIA-CNRS,Europe
pp. 72

Real-time Hand Tracking With Variable-Length Markov Models of Behaviour (Abstract)

Aphrodite Galata , University of Manchester
Nikolay Stefanov , University of Manchester
Roger Hubbold , University of Manchester
pp. 73

Wavelet-based Processing of EEG Data for Brain-Computer Interfaces (Abstract)

Dong Seon Cheng , Universita di Verona
Vito D?Amato , Universita di Verona
Vittorio Murino , Universita di Verona
pp. 74

A Review on Vision-Based Full DOF Hand Motion Estimation (Abstract)

Xander Twombly , BioVis Laboratory, NASA Ames Research Center,
Richard D. Boyle , BioVis Laboratory, NASA Ames Research Center,
Mircea Nicolescu , University of Nevada, Reno
George Bebis , University of Nevada, Reno
Ali Erol , University of Nevada, Reno
pp. 75

Facial Action Unit Detection using Probabilistic Actively Learned Support Vector Machines on Tracked Facial Point Data (Abstract)

M.F. Valstar , Delft University of Technology
I. Patras , Delft University of Technology
M. Pantic , Delft University of Technology
pp. 76

Classifying Facial Gestures in Presence of Head Motion (Abstract)

Wei-Kai Liao , University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Isaac Cohen , University of Southern California, Los Angeles
pp. 77

Detecting and Tracking Eyes Through Dynamic Terrain Feature Matching (Abstract)

Lijun Yin , State University of New York at Binghamton
Jun Wang , State University of New York at Binghamton
pp. 78

3D Shape Context Based Gesture Analysis Integrated with Tracking using Omni Video Array (Abstract)

Kohsia S. Huang , University of California, San Diego
Mohan M. Trivedi , University of California, San Diego
pp. 80

Unsupervised Modeling of Signs Embedded in Continuous Sentences (Abstract)

Sunita Nayak , University of South Florida
Sudeep Sarkar , University of South Florida
Barbara Loeding , University of South Florida
pp. 81

Video-based Human Action Classi.cation with Ambiguous Correspondences (Abstract)

Zhou Feng , Nanyang Technological University; Singapore
Tat-Jen Cham , Singapore-MIT Alliance
pp. 82
Saliency

An Evaluation of Motion in Arti.cial Selective Attention (Abstract)

Bruce A. Draper , Colorado State University
Trent J. Williams , Colorado State University
pp. 85
Context and Selective Attention

Human Learning of Contextual Priors for Object Search: Where does the time go? (Abstract)

Antonio Torralba , Computer Science and Arti.cial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT
Aude Oliva , Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
Barbara Hidalgo-Sotelo , Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
pp. 86

Gist: A Mobile Robotics Application of Context-Based Vision in Outdoor Environment (Abstract)

Christian Siagian , University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Laurent Itti , University of Southern California, Los Angeles
pp. 88

Object-based Visual Attention: a Model for a Behaving Robot (Abstract)

Giulio Sandini , University of Genoa, Genoa, ITALY
Giorgio Metta , University of Genoa, Genoa, ITALY
Francesco Orabona , University of Genoa, Genoa, ITALY
pp. 89
Attention Object Recognition

Combining attention and recognition for rapid scene analysis (Abstract)

L. Itti , University of Southern California , Los Angeles
J.J. Bonaiuto , University of Southern California , Los Angeles
pp. 90

A Swarm-Based Volition/Attention Framework for Object Recognition (Abstract)

Yuri Owechko , HRL Laboratories, LLC
Swarup Medasani , HRL Laboratories, LLC
pp. 91
Sequential Attention

Generating Sequence of Eye Fixations Using Decision-theoretic Attention Model (Abstract)

Erdan Gu , University of Pennsylvania
Norman I. Badler , University of Pennsylvania
Jingbin Wang , Boston University, MA
pp. 92

Cascaded Sequential Attention for Object Recognition with Informative Local Descriptors and Q-learning of Grouping Strategies (Abstract)

Lucas Paletta , Institute of Digital Image Processing, JOANNEUM RESEARCH
Gerald Fritz , Institute of Digital Image Processing, JOANNEUM RESEARCH
Christin Seifert , Institute of Digital Image Processing, JOANNEUM RESEARCH
pp. 94
Introduction

Committees (PDF)

pp. xxxvi
Oral Presentations

Smart Light-Ultra High Speed Projector for Spatial Multiplexing Optical Transmission (Abstract)

Hideaki NII , The University of Electro-Communications
Masahiko INAMI , Japan Science and Technology Agency
Maki SUGIMOTO , The University of Electro-Communications
pp. 95

A Camera-Projector System for Real-Time 3D Video (Abstract)

Paulo Cezar Carvalho , IMPA - Instituto de Matem?atica Pura e Aplicada
Asla Sa , IMPA - Instituto de Matem?atica Pura e Aplicada
Luiz Velho , IMPA - Instituto de Matem?atica Pura e Aplicada
Marcelo Bernardes Vieira , IMPA - Instituto de Matem?atica Pura e Aplicada
pp. 96

A Theory for Photometric Self-Calibration of Multiple Overlapping Projectors and Cameras (Abstract)

Peng Song , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Tat-Jen Cham , Singapore-MIT Alliance
pp. 97

Steerable Projector Calibration (Abstract)

Mark Ashdown , The University of Tokyo
Yoichi Sato , The University of Tokyo
pp. 98

Improved Topological Fiducial Tracking in the reacTIVision System (Abstract)

Ross Bencina , Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Sergi Jorda , Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Martin Kaltenbrunner , Universitat Pompeu Fabra
pp. 99

Radiometric Compensation in a Projector-Camera System Based Properties of Human Vision System (Abstract)

Imari Sato , The University of Tokyo
Takahiro Okabe , The University of Tokyo
Yoichi Sato , The University of Tokyo
Dong Wang , The University of Tokyo
pp. 100

Capturing 2?D Depth and Texture of Time-Varying Scenes Using Structured Infrared Light (Abstract)

Christian Frueh , University of California, Berkeley
Avideh Zakhor , University of California, Berkeley
pp. 102

Architecture and Performance of the HI-Space Projector-Camera Interface (Abstract)

Richard May , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Bob Baddeley , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
pp. 103

Pixel-Aligned Warping for Multiprojector Tiled Displays (Abstract)

Mark Hereld , Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory
Rick L. Stevens , Computation Institute, University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory
pp. 104

Improving the Speed of Virtual Rear Projection: A GPU-Centric Architecture (Abstract)

Jay Summet , Georgia Institute of Technology
Matthew Flagg , Georgia Institute of Technology
James M. Rehg , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 105
Poster Presentations

Structured Light Based Depth Edge Detection for Object Shape Recovery (Abstract)

Matthew Turk , University of California Santa Barbara
Cheolhwon Kim , Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Juneho Yi , Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Jiyoung Park , Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
pp. 106

Multi-Planar Projection by Fixed-Center Pan-Tilt Projectors (Abstract)

Ikuhisa Mitsugami , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Masatsugu Kidode , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Norimichi Ukita , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 108

Camera Based Automatic Calibration for the Varrier-System (Abstract)

Tom DeFanti , University of Illinois at Chicago
Dan Sandin , University of Illinois at Chicago
Tom Peterka , University of Illinois at Chicago
Jinghua Ge , University of Illinois at Chicago
Todd Margolis , University of Illinois at Chicago
pp. 110

Handheld Projectors for Mixing Physical and Digital Textures (Abstract)

Paul Beardsley , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Ramesh Raskar , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Clifton Forlines , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Jeroen VanBaar , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
pp. 112
3D Face Recognition Session

3D Assisted Face Recognition: A Survey of 3D Imaging, Modelling and Recognition Approachest (Abstract)

J. Kittler , University of Surrey
A. Hilton , University of Surrey
M. Hamouz , University of Surrey
J. Illingworth , University of Surrey
pp. 114

3D Facial Normalization with Spin Images and Influence of Range Data Calculation over Face Verification (Abstract)

?ngel Serrano , Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)
Cristina Conde , Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)
pp. 115

Least Squares Fitting Articulated Objects (Abstract)

Fredrik Gustafsson , Dept. Electrical Engineering, Linkoping Universitet, Sweden
C. Gronwall , Dept. Laser System, FOI Linkoping, Sweden
Pierre Anderson , Dept. Laser System, FOI Linkoping, Sweden
pp. 116

3D Face Recognition Using Two Views Face Modeling and Labeling (Abstract)

Lijun Yin , State University of New York at Binghamton
Yi Sun , State University of New York at Binghamton
pp. 117

Detection of Anchor Points for 3D Face Veri.cation (Abstract)

Dirk Colbry , Michigan State University
George Stockman , Michigan State University
Anil Jain , Michigan State University
pp. 118

A New Method for Automatic 3D Face Registration (Abstract)

Andreas Koschan , University of Tennessee
Venkat R. Ayyagari , University of Tennessee
Faysal Boughorbel , University of Tennessee
Mongi A. Abidi , University of Tennessee
pp. 119

Matching Tensors for Pose Invariant Automatic 3D Face Recognition (Abstract)

M. Bennamoun , University of Western Australia
A. S. Mian , University of Western Australia
R. A. Owens , University of Western Australia
pp. 120
Ear Biometrics Session

Shape Model-Based 3D Ear Detection from Side Face Range Images (Abstract)

Bir Bhanu , University of California, Riverside
Hui Chen , University of California, Riverside
pp. 122
Safety and Security Application Session

Instant Scene Modeler for Crime Scene Reconstruction (Abstract)

Piotr Jasiobedzki , MDA, Space Missions
Stephen Se , MDA, Space Missions
pp. 123

3D Modeling of Indoor Environments for a Robotic Security Guard (Abstract)

Peter Biber , University of Tubingen WSI/GRIS
Sven Fleck , University of Tubingen WSI/GRIS
Tom Duckett , University of Tubingen WSI/GRIS
pp. 124

3D and Moving Target Extraction from Dynamic Pushbroom Stereo Mosaics (Abstract)

Zhigang Zhu , The City College of New York
George Wolberg , The City College of New York
Hao Tang , The City College of New York
Bing Shen , The City College of New York
pp. 125

3D Measurements in Cargo Inspection with a Gamma-Ray Linear Pushbroom Stereo System (Abstract)

Jiayan Lei , City College, The City University of New York
Zhigang Zhu , City College, The City University of New York
Li Zhao , City College, The City University of New York
pp. 126

3D Site Modelling and Verification of Plant Design for Nuclear Security Applications (Abstract)

M. Fiocco , European Commission - Joint Research Centre
D. Puig , European Commission - Joint Research Centre
G. Bostrom , European Commission - Joint Research Centre
V. Sequeira , European Commission - Joint Research Centre
J. G.M. Gon?alves , European Commission - Joint Research Centre
pp. 127

Single Camera Stereo for Mobile Robot Surveillance (Abstract)

Jonah McBride , Charles River Analytics, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Mark R. Stevens , Charles River Analytics, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Magn? Snorrason , Charles River Analytics, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Thomas Goodsell , Charles River Analytics, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Ross Eaton , Charles River Analytics, Cambridge, Massachusetts
pp. 128

Synthetic Aperture Focusing using a Shear-Warp Factorization of the Viewing Transform (Abstract)

Emilio Antunez , Dept of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Gaurav Garg , Dept of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Bennett Wilburn , Dept of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Mark Horowitz , Dept of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Vaibhav Vaish , Dept of Computer Science, Stanford University
Eino-Ville Talvala , Dept of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Marc Levoy , Dept of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
pp. 129
Introduction
Invited Talk

A Computer Vision System on a Chip: a case study from the automotive domain (Abstract)

Gideon P. Stein , Mobileye Vision Technologies Ltd.
Gaby Hayun , Mobileye Vision Technologies Ltd.
Elchanan Rushinek , Mobileye Vision Technologies Ltd.
Amnon Shashua , Hebrew University
pp. 130
FPGA

Computer Vision on FPGAs: Design Methodology and its Application to Gesture Recognition (Abstract)

Ivan Corretjer , University of Maryland
Fiorella Haim , University of Maryland
Wayne Wolf , Princeton University
Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya , University of Maryland
Sankalita Saha , University of Maryland
Jason Schlessman , Princeton University
Mainak Sen , University of Maryland
pp. 133
Embedded Vision Systems

Adaptive Probabilistic Tracking Embedded in a Smart Camera (Abstract)

Wolfgang Stra?er , WSI/GRIS, University of Tubingen
Sven Fleck , WSI/GRIS, University of Tubingen
pp. 134

A Second Generation Low Cost Embedded Color Vision System (Abstract)

Anthony Rowe , Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
Illah Nourbakhsh , Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
Charles Rosenberg , Google, Inc.
pp. 136
Introduction

Program Committee (PDF)

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Keynote Speakers

Extended-Regular Sequence for Automated Analysis of Microarray Images (Abstract)

Hee-Jeong Jin , Pusan National University
Bong-Kyung Chun , Pusan National University
Hwan-Gue Cho , Pusan National University
pp. 137

Reliable Tracking of Large Scale Dense Antiparallel Particle Motion for Fluorescence Live Cell Imaging (Abstract)

Gaudenz Danuser , The Scripps Research Institute Laboratory for Computational Cell Biology
Ge Yang , The Scripps Research Institute Laboratory for Computational Cell Biology
Alexandre Matov , The Scripps Research Institute Laboratory for Computational Cell Biology
pp. 138

Gene Selection via a Spectral Approach (Abstract)

S. Mukherjee , Duke University
A. Shashua , Hebrew University, Israel
L. Wolf , M.I.T
pp. 140

Tracking Single Quantum Dots in Live Cells with Minimal Paths (Abstract)

Maxime Dahan , Laboratoire Kastler Brossel Ecole Normale Superieure
Laurent D. Cohen , Universite Paris-Dauphine
Stephane Bonneau , Universite Paris-Dauphine
pp. 141

Tracking Cell Signals in Fluorescent Images (Abstract)

Tigran Bacarian , University of California, Irvine
Michael Elowitz , Caltech
Eric Mjolsness , University of California, Irvine
Victoria Gor , Jet Propulsion Laboratory,Instruments and Science Data Systems
pp. 142

Identifying Genes with The Concept of Customization (Abstract)

Dechang Chen , USUHS, Bethesda, MD
Dong Hua , George Washington University
Abdou Youssef , George Washington University
pp. 144

Classification of Proteomic Data with Logistic Kernel Partial Least Squares Algorithm (Abstract)

Jianjun Tian , Mathematical Biosciences Institute The Ohio State University
Zhenqiu Liu , Department of Statistics, Ohio State University
Dechang Chen , Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
pp. 145

Protein Interaction Inference as a MAX-SAT Problem (Abstract)

Hongyuan Zha , Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Penn State University
Chao-Hisen Chu , School of Information Sciences and Technology, Penn State University
Ya Zhang , School of Information Sciences and Technology, Penn State University
Xiang Ji , NEC Laboratories America, Inc.
pp. 146

An Overview of DNA Microarray Image Requirements for Automated Processing (Abstract)

Peter Bajcsy , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 147

The Wavelet Transformation for Temporal Gene Expression Analysis (Abstract)

KM. Duan , Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, University of Calgary
M. Surette , DDepartment of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Calgary
JZ. Song , Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, University of Calgary
pp. 148
Introduction
Face Recognition Grand Challenge Experiments

Computational Anatomy for Generating 3D Avatars and Boosting Face Recognition Systems (Abstract)

J. Aliperti , Animetrics, Inc.
N. Santhanam , Animetrics, Inc.
G. Zang , Animetrics, Inc.
M.I. Miller , Animetrics, Inc.
S. Doucette , Animetrics, Inc.
M. Vaillant , Animetrics, Inc.
B. Hoffman , Animetrics, Inc.
pp. 150

Are External Face Features Useful for Automatic Face Classification? (Abstract)

David Masip , Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Jordi Vitria , Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Agata Lapedriza , Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
pp. 151

Face Identification by a Cascade of Rejection Classifiers (Abstract)

Ashwin Thangali , Boston University
Stan Sclaroff , Boston University
Quan Yuan , Boston University
pp. 152

Redundant Class-Dependence Feature Analysis Based on Correlation Filters Using FRGC2.0 Data (Abstract)

Chunyan Xie , Carnegie Mellon University
Marios Savvides , Carnegie Mellon University
B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 153

Performance of Geometrix ActiveID^TM 3D Face Recognition Engine on the FRGC Data (Abstract)

Alexei Tsaregorodtsev , Geometrix, Inc.
David West , Geometrix, Inc.
Igor Maslov , Geometrix, Inc.
Thomas Maurer , Geometrix, Inc.
Bastien Pesenti , Geometrix, Inc.
Gerard Medioni , Geometrix, Inc.
David Guigonis , Geometrix, Inc.
pp. 154

A GENERIC FACE REPRESENTATION APPROACH FOR LOCAL APPEARANCE BASED FACE VERIFICATION (Abstract)

Hazim Kemal Ekenel , Interactive Systems Labs, Universit?t Karlsruhe (TH)
Rainer Stiefelhagen , Interactive Systems Labs, Universit?t Karlsruhe (TH)
pp. 155

Evolving Effective Color Features for Improving FRGC Baseline Performance (Abstract)

Peichung Shih , New Jersey Institute of Technology
Chengjun Liu , New Jersey Institute of Technology
pp. 156

An Illuminance-Reflectance Model for Nonlinear Enhancement of Color Images (Abstract)

Vijayan K. Asari , Old Dominion University
Li Tao , Old Dominion University
Richard Tompkins , Old Dominion University
pp. 159

Pose Angle Determination by Face, Eyes and Nose Localization (Abstract)

P. Sankaran , Old Dominion University
R.C. Tompkins , Old Dominion University
S. Gundimada , Old Dominion University
V.K. Asari , Old Dominion University
pp. 161

Automatic Eye Detection and Its Validation (Abstract)

Peng Wang , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Matthew B. Green , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
James Wayman , San Jose State University
Qiang Ji , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 164

A New Face Recognition Algorithm using Bijective Mappings (Abstract)

Ashwath Harthattu , Rutgers University
Richard Mammone , Rutgers University
Saket Anand , Rutgers University
Christine Podilchuk , Rutgers University
Ankur Patel , Rutgers University
pp. 165

LBP Discriminant Analysis for Face Verification (Abstract)

Haibing Ren , Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
Seok-Cheol Kee , Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
Jiali Zhao , Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
Haitao Wang , Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
pp. 167

A Prescreener for 3D Face Recognition Using Radial Symmetry and the Hausdorff Fraction (Abstract)

Mark W. Koch , Sandia National Laboratories
Trina D. Russ , Sandia National Laboratories
Melissa L. Koudelka , Sandia National Laboratories
pp. 168

A 2D Range Hausdorff Approach for 3D Face Recognition (Abstract)

Mark W. Koch , Sensor Exploitation Apps
Charles Q. Little , Sensor Exploitation Apps
Trina D. Russ , Security Technology
pp. 169

A Binary Tree for Probability Learning in Eye Detection (Abstract)

Junwen Wu , University of California
Mohan M. Trivedi , University of California
pp. 170

Evaluation of 3D Face Recognition in the presence of facial expressions: an Annotated Deformable Model approach (Abstract)

G. Passalis , Univ. of Houston, Houston
N. Murtuza , Univ. of Houston, Houston
G. Toderici , Univ. of Houston, Houston
T. Theoharis , Univ. of Houston, Houston
I.A. Kakadiaris , Univ. of Houston, Houston
pp. 171

UMD Experiments with FRGC Data (Abstract)

Rama Chellappa , University of Maryland
Gaurav Aggarwal , University of Maryland
Soma Biswas , University of Maryland
pp. 172

Designing A.ne Transformations based Face Recognition Algorithms (Abstract)

Pranab K. Mohanty , University of South Florida, Tampa
Rangachar Kasturi , University of South Florida, Tampa
Sudeep Sarkar , University of South Florida, Tampa
pp. 173

Strategies and Benefits of Fusion of 2D and 3D Face Recognition (Abstract)

Stefan Gehlen , Viisage Technology AG Universit?atsstra?e
Michael Husken , Viisage Technology AG Universit?atsstra?e
Michael Brauckmann , Viisage Technology AG Universit?atsstra?e
Christoph Von der Malsburg , Institut fur Neuroinformatik Ruhr-Universitat Bochum
pp. 174

3D Face Recognition using Mapped Depth Images (Abstract)

Gang Pan , Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
Shi Han , Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
Yueming Wang , Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
Zhaohui Wu , Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
pp. 175
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