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Computer Vision, IEEE International Conference on (1998)
Bombay, India
Jan. 4, 1998 to Jan. 7, 1998
ISBN: 81-7319-221-9
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Foreword (PDF)

pp. v

Reviewer List (PDF)

pp. viii
1.1 Images from Images

Constructing Virtual Worlds Using Dense Stereo (Abstract)

Peter W. Rander , Carnegie Mellon University
P. J. Narayanan , Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 3

Parameterized Image Varieties: A Novel Approach to the Analysis and Synthesis of Image Sequences (Abstract)

Jean Ponce , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Yakup Genc , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 11

Plenoptic Image Editing (Abstract)

Kiriakos N. Kutulakos , University of Rochester
Steven M. Seitz , University of Wisconsin at Madison
pp. 17

Quadric Reconstruction from Dual-Space Geometry (Abstract)

Andrew Zisserman , University of Oxford
Geoffrey Cross , University of Oxford
pp. 25
1.2 New Sensors

A Theory of Catadioptric Image Formation (Abstract)

Shree K Nayar , Columbia University
Simon Baker , Columbia University
pp. 35

3D Photography on Your Desk (Abstract)

Pietro Perona , California Institute of Technology and Università di Padova
Jean-Yves Bouguet , California Institute of Technology
pp. 43
1.3 Applications

Three-Dimensional MR Brain Segmentation (Abstract)

K. L. Vincken , University Hospital Utrecht
W. J. Niessen , University Hospital Utrecht
M. A. Viergever , University Hospital Utrecht
J. Weickert , University Hospital Utrecht
pp. 53

A Metric for Distributions with Applications to Image Databases (Abstract)

Leonidas J. Guibas , Stanford University
Yossi Rubner , Stanford University
Carlo Tomasi , Stanford University
pp. 59

The Cascaded Hough Transform as an Aid in Aerial Image Interpretation (Abstract)

M. Proesmans , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
T. Moons , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
T. Tuytelaars , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
L. Van Gool , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
pp. 67

Detecting Changes in Aerial Views of Man-Made Structures (Abstract)

Andres Huertas , University of Southern California
Ramakant Nevatia , University of Southern California
pp. 73
1.4 Self-Calibrations

Self-Calibration from Image Derivatives (Abstract)

Cornelia Fermüller , University of Maryland at College Park
Yiannis Aloimonos , University of Maryland at College Park
Tomáš Brodský , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 83

Self-Calibration and Euclidean Reconstruction Using Motions of a Stereo Rig (Abstract)

Gabriella Csurka , GRAVIR-IMAG & INRIA Rhöne-Alpes
Radu Horaud , GRAVIR-IMAG & INRIA Rhöne-Alpes
pp. 96
2.1 Tracking

A Mixed-State Condensation Tracker with Automatic Model-Switching (Abstract)

Andrew Blake , University of Oxford
Michael Isard , University of Oxford
pp. 107

Parameterized Modeling and Recognition of Activities (Abstract)

Michael J Black , Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
Yaser Yacoob , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 120

Mixtures of Eigenfeatures for Real-Time Structure from Texture (Abstract)

Alex Pentland , Massachusetts Institute Technology
Tony Jebara , Massachusetts Institute Technology
Kenneth Russell , Massachusetts Institute Technology
pp. 128
2.2 Recognition

Computing Ritz Approximations of Primary Images (Abstract)

Haim Schweitzer , University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 139

Information-Conserving Object Recognition (Abstract)

Nicholas C. Makris , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Margrit Betke , Boston College
pp. 145
2.3 Color

Color Recognition in Outdoor Images (Abstract)

Shashi D. Buluswar , University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Bruce A. Draper , Colorado State University
pp. 171

Bilinear Voting (Abstract)

Guillermo Sapiro , University of Minnesota
pp. 178
2.4 Tracking, Low Level Vision, and Registration

Design of Multi-Parameter Steerable Functions Using Cascade Basis Reduction (Abstract)

Patrick C. Teo , Stanford University
Yacov Hel-Or , Hewlett-Packard Israel Science Center
pp. 187

Local Scale Controlled Anisotropic Diffusion with Local Noise Estimate for Image Smoothing and Edge Detection (Abstract)

Y.F. Wang , University of California at Santa Barbara
Ping Liang , University of California at Riverside
pp. 193

Segmentation of Range Data into Rigid Subsets Using Surface Patches (Abstract)

N. Werghi , University of Edinburgh
A.P. Ashbrook , University of Edinburgh
C. Robertson , University of Edinburgh
R.B. Fisher , University of Edinburgh
pp. 201

A Probabilistic Framework for Edge Detection and Scale Selection (Abstract)

David H. Marimont , Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
Yossi Rubner , Stanford University
pp. 207

Hyperbolic "Smoothing" of Shapes (Abstract)

Allen Tannenbaum , University of Minnesota
Steven W. Zucker , Yale University
Kaleem Siddiqi , Yale University
pp. 215

Shock Graphs and Shape Matching (Abstract)

Kaleem Siddiqi , Yale University
Ali Shokoufandeh , Rutgers University
Sven J. Dickinson , Rutgers University
Steven W. Zucker , Yale University
pp. 222

Comparing and Evaluating Interest Points (Abstract)

Christian Bauckhage , INRIA Rhöne-Alpes
Cordelia Schmid , INRIA Rhöne-Alpes
Roger Mohrand , INRIA Rhöne-Alpes
pp. 230

Shading Primitives: Finding Folds and Shallow Grooves (Abstract)

David Forsyth , University of California at Berkeley
John Haddon , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 236

A Fast Automatic Method for Registration of Partially-Overlapping Range Images (Abstract)

Yi-Ping Hung , Academia Sinica
Chu-Song Chen , Academia Sinica
Jen-Bo Cheng , National Taiwan University
pp. 242

Transinformation for Active Object Recognition (Abstract)

Bernt Schiele , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
James L. Crowley , Institute IMAG
pp. 249

Contagion-Driven Image Segmentation and Labeling (Abstract)

P. Burlina , University of Maryland at College Park
F. Alajaji , Queen's University
A. Banerjee , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 255

A Two-Stage Robust Statistical Method for Temporal Registration from Features of Various Type (Abstract)

M.-O. Berger , CRIN-CNRS & INRIA Lorraine
G. Simon , CRIN-CNRS & INRIA Lorraine
pp. 261

Multiscale Annealing for Real-Time Unsupervised Texture Segmentation (Abstract)

Jan Puzicha , Institut für Informatik III
Joachim M. Buhmann , Institut für Informatik III
pp. 267

Thresholding for Change Detection (Abstract)

Paul L. Rosin , Brunel University
pp. 274

Morphological Corner Detection (Abstract)

Robert Laganière , University of Ottawa
pp. 280

Comparing Curved-Surface Range Image Segmenters (Abstract)

Xiaoyi Jiang , University of Bern
Kevin W. Bowyer , University of South Florida
Mark W. Powell , University of South Florida
Horst Bunke , University of Bern
pp. 286

Segmenting Cortical Gray Matter for Functional MRI Visualization (Abstract)

Patrick C. Teo , Stanford University
Guillermo Sapiro , University of Minnesota
Brian Wandell , Stanford University
pp. 292

Automatic Registration of 3-D Ultrasound Images (Abstract)

R.N. Rohling , University of Cambridge
A.H. Gee , University of Cambridge
L. Berman , Addenbrooke's Hospital
pp. 298

A Real-Time Algorithm for Medical Shape Recovery (Abstract)

R. Malladi , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Berkeley
J.A. Sethian , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Berkeley
pp. 304

Initialization of Deformable Models from 3D Data (Abstract)

H. Delingette , INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
pp. 311

Learning to Identify and Track Faces in Image Sequences (Abstract)

C.J. Taylor , University of Manchester
G.J. Edwards , University of Manchester
T.F. Cootes , University of Manchester
pp. 317

Separability of Pose and Expression in Facial Tracking and Animation (Abstract)

A. Blake , University of Oxford
B. Bascle , University of Oxford
pp. 323

Recognition and Interpretation of Parametric Gesture (Abstract)

Aaron F. Bobick , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Andrew D. Wilson , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 329

3D Modeling and Tracking of Human Lip Motions (Abstract)

Alex Pentland , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sumit Basu , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nuria Oliver , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 337

Wormholes in Shape Space: Tracking through Discontinuous Changes in Shape (Abstract)

Tony Heap , University of Leeds
David Hogg , University of Leeds
pp. 344

Building Qualitative Event Models Automatically from Visual Input (Abstract)

A. G. Cohn , University of Leeds
D. C. Hogg , University of Leeds
J. Fernyhough , University of Leeds
pp. 350

Automatic Tracking of Human Motion in Indoor Scenes Across Multiple Synchronized Video Streams (Abstract)

Q. Cai , University of Texas at Austin
J.K. Aggarwal , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 356

ASL Recognition Based on a Coupling Between HMMs and 3D Motion Analysis (Abstract)

Christian Vogler , University of Pennsylvania
Dimitris Metaxas , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 363

Accurate, Real-Time, Unadorned Lip Tracking (Abstract)

Andrew Blake , University of Oxford
Robert Kaucic , University of Oxford
pp. 370

Finding Periodicity in Space and Time (Abstract)

Rosalind W. Picard , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fang Liu , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 376

Learning Dynamical Models Using Expectation-Maximisation (Abstract)

Ben North , University of Oxford
Andrew Blake , University of Oxford
pp. 384

A Probabilistic Contour Discriminant for Object Localisation (Abstract)

John MacCormick , University of Oxford
Andrew Blake , University of Oxford
pp. 390

3D Point Distribution Models of the Cortical Sulci (Abstract)

A. Caunce , University of Manchester
C. J. Taylor , University of Manchester
pp. 402

Robust Contour Tracking in Echocardiographic Sequences (Abstract)

Gary Jacob , Oxford University
Andrew Blake , Oxford University
J. Alison Noble , Oxford University
pp. 408

Optimal Polyline Tracking for Artery Motion Compensation in Coronary Angiography (Abstract)

Alok Gupta , Siemens Corporate Research
Cheng-Chung Liang , Siemens Corporate Research
Marie-Pierre Dubuisson-Jolly , Siemens Corporate Research
pp. 414

Sectored Snakes: Evaluating Learned-Energy Segmentations (Abstract)

Samuel D. Fenster , Columbia University
John R. Kender , Columbia University
pp. 420

Snake Pedals: Geometric Models with Physics-Based Control (Abstract)

B.C. Vemuri , University of Florida
Y. Guo , University of Florida
pp. 427

Object Tracking Using Deformable Templates (Abstract)

Yu Zhong , Michigan State University
Marie-Pierre Dubuisson-Jolly , Siemens Corporate Research
Anil K. Jain , Michigan State University
pp. 440

Learned Temporal Models of Image Motion (Abstract)

Larry Davis , University of Maryland at College Park
Yaser Yacoob , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 446

Resolution-Appropriate Shape Representation (Abstract)

Robert Hummel , New York University
Bernard Baldwin , New York University
Davi Geiger , New York University
pp. 460
3.1 Multiple Views

Minimizing Algebraic Error (Abstract)

Richard I Hartley , G.E. Corporate Research and Development
pp. 469

A Nonlinear Method for Estimating the Projective Geometry of 3 Views (Abstract)

T. Papadopoulo , INRIA Sophia Antipolis
O. Faugeras , INRIA Sophia Antipolis
pp. 477

A Maximum-Flow Formulation of the N-Camera Stereo Correspondence Problem (Abstract)

Ingemar J. Cox , NEC Research Institute
Sébastien Roy , NEC Research Institute
pp. 492
3.2 Recovery

Stereo Depth Estimation: A Confidence Interval Approach (Abstract)

G. Kamberova , University of Pennsylvania
R. Mandelbaum , Sarnoff Corporation
M. Mintz , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 503

Automatic Model Construction, Pose Estimation, and Object Recognition from Photographs Using Triangular Splines (Abstract)

Jean Ponce , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Steve Sullivan , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 510

Stereo Matching with Transparency and Matting (Abstract)

Polina Golland , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Richard Szeliski , Microsoft Research
pp. 517
3.3 Multi-View, Geometry, Indexing and Recognition

A Task Driven 3D Object Recognition System Using Bayesian Networks (Abstract)

M. Burkhardt , Technical University Braunschweig
B. Korn , Technical University Braunschweig
B. Krebs , Technical University Braunschweig
pp. 527

When Is It Possible to Identify 3D Ojects from Single Images Using Class Constraints? (Abstract)

Ronen Basri , Weizmann Institute of Science
Yael Moses , Weizmann Institute of Science
pp. 541

2D Affine Transformations Cannot Account for Human 3D Object Recognition (Abstract)

Zili Liu , NEC Research Institute
Daniel Kersten , University of Minnesota
pp. 549

A General Framework for Object Detection (Abstract)

Tomaso Poggio , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael Oren , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Constantine P. Papageorgiou , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 555

Relational Histograms for Shape Indexing (Abstract)

Edwin R. Hancock , University of York
Benoit Huet , University of York
pp. 563

Schwarz Representation for Matching and Similarity Analysis (Abstract)

Qing Yang , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Song De Ma , Chinese Academy of Sciences
pp. 570

Image Indexing using Composite Color and Shape Invariant Features (Abstract)

A.W.M. Smeulders , University of Amsterdam
T. Gevers , University of Amsterdam
pp. 576

Indexing Images by Trees of Visual Content (Abstract)

Haim Schweitzer , University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 582

View-Based Object Matching (Abstract)

Ivan Marsic , Rutgers University
Sven J. Dickinson , Rutgers University
Ali Shokoufandeh , Rutgers University
pp. 588

Condensing Image Databases when Retrieval is Based on Non-Metric Distances (Abstract)

David W. Jacobs , NEC Research Institute
Daphna Weinshall , Hebrew University
Yoram Gdalyahu , Hebrew University
pp. 596

Spatial Color Indexing and Applications (Abstract)

Mandar Mitra , Cornell University
S Ravi Kumar , Cornell University
Wei-Jing Zhu , Cornell University
Jing Huang , Cornell University
pp. 602

Retrieving Images by Appearance (Abstract)

R. Manmatha , University of Massachusetts at Amherst
S. Ravela , University of Massachusetts at Amherst
pp. 608

A Cubist Approach to Object Recognition (Abstract)

Randal C. Nelson , University of Rochester
Andrea Selinger , University of Rochester
pp. 614

Signfinder: Using Color to Detect, Localized and Identify Informational Signs (Abstract)

D. Snow , Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
M. Nitzberg , Blindsight Corp.
A. L. Yuille , Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
pp. 628

Using Algebraic Functions of Views for Indexing-Based Object Recognition (Abstract)

George Bebis , University of Nevada
Niels da Vitoria Lobo , University of Central Florida
Mubarak Shah , University of Central Florida
Michael Georgiopoulos , University of Central Florida
pp. 634

Finding Faces in Photographs (Abstract)

Jayashree Karlekar , Indian Institute of Technology
U. B. Desai , Indian Institute of Technology
P. G. Poonacha , Indian Institute of Technology
M. Milind Patil , Indian Institute of Technology
R. Manivasakan , Indian Institute of Technology
K. Sunil Kumar , Indian Institute of Technology
A.N. Rajagopalan , Indian Institute of Technology
S. Chaudhuri , Indian Institute of Technology
pp. 640

Face Surveillance (Abstract)

Srinivas Gutta , George Mason University
Harry Wechsler , George Mason University
Vishal Kakkad , George Mason University
Jeffrey Huang , George Mason University
pp. 646

Human Face Recognition: A Minimal Evidence Approach (Abstract)

Tuan Pham , University of Canberra
Hong Yan , University of Sydney
Catherine Chen , Motorola Australia Software Centre
Ali Reza Mirhosseini , University of Sydney
pp. 652

A Framework for Modeling Appearance Change in Image Sequences (Abstract)

Yaser Yacoob , University of Maryland at College Park
Michael J. Black , Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
David J. Fleet , Queen?s University
pp. 660

Recognition of 3D Free-Form Objects Using Segment-Based Stereo Vision (Abstract)

Y. Sumi , Electrotechnical Laboratory
T. Yoshimi , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Y. Kawai , Electrotechnical Laboratory
F. Tomita , Electrotechnical Laboratory
pp. 668

Color- and Texture-Based Image Segmentation Using EM and Its Application to Content-Based Image Retrieval (Abstract)

Chad Carson , University of California at Berkeley
Hayit Greenspan , University of California at Berkeley
Serge Belongie , University of California at Berkeley
Jitendra Malik , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 675

Multidimensional Morphable Models (Abstract)

Tomaso Poggio , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael J. Jones , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 683

Which Shape from Motion? (Abstract)

Yiannis Aloimonos , University of Maryland at College Park
Cornelia Fermüller , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 689

Ambiguity in Reconstruction From Images of Six Points (Abstract)

A. Shashua , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
S. J. Maybank , University of Reading
pp. 703

Iterative Multi-Step Explicit Camera Calibration (Abstract)

A. T. de Almeida , University of Coimbra
Jorge Batista , University of Coimbra
Helder Araújo , University of Coimbra
pp. 709

Estimation with Bilinear Constraints in Computer Vision (Abstract)

Andrew Zisserman , Oxford University
Phil Torr , Oxford University
pp. 733

Grouping Based on Projective Geometry Constraints and Uncertainty (Abstract)

Sven Utcke , University of Technology in Hamburg-Harburg
pp. 739

Self-Calibrating a Stereo Head: An Error Analysis in the Neighbourhood of Degenerate Configurations (Abstract)

D. Q. Huynh , Signal Processing Research Institute
L. de Agapito , University of Oxford
M.J. Brooks , Signal Processing Research Institute
pp. 747

Wide Baseline Stereo Matching (Abstract)

Andrew Zisserman , Oxford University
Philip Pritchett , Oxford University
pp. 754

Recovering Epipolar Geometry by Reactive Tabu Search (Abstract)

Gang Xu , Ritsumeikan University
Qifa Ke , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Song De Ma , Chinese Academy of Sciences
pp. 767

Understanding the Relationship Between the Optimization Criteria in Two-View Motion Analysis (Abstract)

Zhengyou Zhang , INRIA and ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
pp. 772

Linear N ≥ 4-Point Pose Determination (Abstract)

Long Quan , CNRS-GRAVIR-INRIA, ZIRST
Zhongdan Lan , CNRS-GRAVIR-INRIA, ZIRST
pp. 778

Euclidean Structure from Uncalibrated Images Using Fuzzy Domain Knowledge: Application to Facial Images Synthesis (Abstract)

Shigeru Akamatsu , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Zhengyou Zhang , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories and INRIA
Katsunori Isono , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
pp. 784
3.4 Grouping and Representation

Passive Depth From Defocus Using a Spatial Domain Approach (Abstract)

D. Ziou , Université de Sherbrooke
pp. 799

Shape Recovery Using Dynamic Subdivision Surfaces (Abstract)

Chhandomay Mandal , University of Florida
Hong Qin , University of Florida
Baba C Vemuri , University of Florida
pp. 805

Fish-Scales: Representing Fuzzy Manifolds (Abstract)

Ruzena Bajcsy , University of Pennsylvania
Radim Šára , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 811

Integrated Surface, Curve and Junction Inference from Sparse 3-D Data Sets (Abstract)

Chi-Keung Tang , University of Southern California
Gérard Medioni , University of Southern California
pp. 818
4.1 Image Description and Processing

PIMs and Invariant Parts for Shape Recognition (Abstract)

Tolga Tasdizen , Brown University
Zhibin Lei , Bell-Labs, Lucent Technologies
David B Cooper , Brown University
pp. 827

Affine Invariant Medial Axis and Skew Symmetry (Abstract)

Guillermo Sapiro , University of Minnesota
Peter J. Giblin , University of Liverpool
pp. 833

Bilateral Filtering for Gray and Color Images (Abstract)

R. Manduchi , Apple Computer, Inc.
C. Tomasi , Stanford University
pp. 839

GRADE: Gibbs Reaction and Diffusion Equitions (Abstract)

David Mumford , Brown University
Song Chun Zhu , Stanford University
pp. 847
4.2 Stereo, Robot Vision, Shape, Mosaics

Agent Orientated Annotation in Model Based Visual Surveillance (Abstract)

P. Remagnino , University of Reading
T. Tan , University of Reading
K. Baker , University of Reading
pp. 857

Visual Homing: Surfing on the Epipoles (Abstract)

Ronen Basri , Weizmann Institute of Science
Ehud Rivlin , Israel Institute of Technology
Ilan Shimshoni , Israel Institute of Technology
pp. 863

Visual Routines for Autonomous Driving (Abstract)

Dana H Ballard , University of Rochester
Garbis Salgian , University of Rochester
pp. 876

Robotic Control with Partial Visual Information (Abstract)

Keisuke Kinoshtia , ATR Human Information Processing Laboritories
Michael Lindenbaum , Israel Institute of Technology
pp. 883

Automatic Generation of Robot Program Code: Learning from Perceptual Data (Abstract)

M. Yeasin , Bangladesh Institute of Technology
S. Chaudhuri , Indian Institute of Technology
pp. 889

Model Selection and Surface Merging in Reconstruction Algorithms (Abstract)

Charles V. Stewart , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Kishore Bubna , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 895

Achieving a Fitts Law Relationship for Visual Guided Reaching (Abstract)

N. J. Ferrier , University of Wisconsin-Madison
pp. 903

Error-Tolerant Visual Planning of Planar Grasp (Abstract)

Colin Davidson , University of Oxford
Andrew Blake , University of Oxford
pp. 911

Consensus Surfaces for Modeling 3D Objects from Multiple Range Images (Abstract)

Yoichi Sato , University of Tokyo
Katsushi Ikeuchi , University of Tokyo
Mark D. Wheeler , Apple Computer Inc.
pp. 917

Understanding the Motions of Tools and Vehicles (Abstract)

Zoran Duric , George Mason University and University of Maryland at College Park
Ehud Rivlin , University of Maryland at College Park and Israel Institute of Technology
Azriel Rosenfeld , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 925

A Multigrid Approach for Hierarchical Motion Estimation (Abstract)

E. Mémin , Valoria/Université de Bretagne Sud
P. Pérez , IRISA/INRIA
pp. 933

Universal Mosaicing Using Pipe Projection (Abstract)

I. Finci , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
B. Rousso , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
A. Rav-Acha , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
S. Peleg , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
pp. 945

Robust Multi-Sensor Image Alignment (Abstract)

P. Anandan , Microsoft Corporation
Michal Irani , Weizmann Institute of Science
pp. 959

Egomotion Estimation Using Log-Polar Images (Abstract)

José Santos-Victor , Instituto Superior Técnico
César Silva , Instituto Superior Técnico
pp. 967

Visual Motion Estimation and Prediction: A Probabilistic Network Model for Temporal Coherence (Abstract)

N.M. Grzywacz , C.S.E.M.
P-Y Burgi , Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
Alan L. Yuille , Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
pp. 973

What Can Projections of Flow Fields Tell Us About the Visual Motion (Abstract)

Sándor Fejes , University of Maryland at College Park
Larry S. Davis , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 979

Finding the Epipole from Uncalibrated Optical Flow (Abstract)

E. Trucco , Heriot-Watt University
A. Verri , Università di Genova
pp. 987

Optical Flow Estimation Using Wavelet Motion Model (Abstract)

Jeffrey Cohn , University of Pittsburgh
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
Yu-Te Wu , Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh
Ching-Chung Li , University of Pittsburgh
pp. 992

Ego-Motion and Omnidirectional Cameras (Abstract)

Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
Joshua Gluckman , Columbia University
pp. 999

Bias-Corrected Optical Flow Estimation for Road Vehicle Tracking (Abstract)

M. Haag , Universität Karlsruhe
H.-H. Nagel , Fraunhofer-Institut für Informations-und Datenverarbeitung and Universität Karlsruhe
pp. 1006

Independent 3D Motion Detection Using Rsidual Parallax Normal Flow Fields (Abstract)

Stelios C. Orphanoudakis , Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas and University of Crete
Manolis I.A. Lourakis , Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas and University of Crete
Antonis A. Argyros , Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas
pp. 1012

A Curvature-Based Approach to Contour Motion Estimation (Abstract)

Joon Hee Han , Pohang University of Science & Technology
Jong Seung Park , Pohang University of Science & Technology
pp. 1018

Fast Stereovision with Subpixel-Precision (Abstract)

Rolf D. Henkel , University of Bremen
pp. 1024

3D SHape and Motion Analysis from Image Blur and Smear: A Unified Approach (Abstract)

Y. F. Wang , University of California at Santa Barbara
Ping Liang , University of California at Riverside
pp. 1029

Intensity and Feature Based Stereo Matching by Disparity Parameterization (Abstract)

Gerd Hirzinger , German Aerospace Research Establishment
Guo-Qing Wei , German Aerospace Research Establishment
pp. 1035

Optimal Recovery of Depth from Defocused Images Using an MRF Model (Abstract)

A. N. Rajagopalan , Indian Institute of Technology
S. Chaudhuri , Indian Institute of Technology
pp. 1047

Geotensity: Combining Motion and Lighting for 3D Surface Reconstruction (Abstract)

Mutsumi Watanabe , Toshiba Kansai Research Laboritories
Atsuto Maki , Toshiba Kansai Research Laboritories
Charles Wiles , Toshiba Kansai Research Laboritories
pp. 1053

Separation of Transparent Layers Using Focus (Abstract)

Ronen Basri , Weizmann Institute of Science
Nahum Kiryati , Israel Institute of Technology
Yoav Y. Schechner , Israel Institute of Technology
pp. 1061

3D Reconstruction with projective Octrees and Epipolar Geometry (Abstract)

Pere Brunet , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Blanca García , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
pp. 1067

Depth Discontinuities by Pixel-to-Pixel Stereo (Abstract)

Stan Birchfield , Stanford University
Carlo Tomasi , Stanford University
pp. 1073

Reading between the Lines: A Method for Extracting Dynamic 3D with Texture (Abstract)

Filip Defoort , Katholic University Leuven
Marc Proesmans , Katholic University Leuven
Luc Van Gool , Katholic University Leuven
pp. 1081

Stereo with Mirrors (Abstract)

Shree K. Nayar , Columbia University
Sameer A. Nene , Columbia University
pp. 1087

3D Shape Reconstruction Using Volume Intersection Techniques (Abstract)

Jonathan C. Carr , Cambridge University
Kevin J. Dalton , Cambridge University
Richard W. Prager , Cambridge University
W. Richard Fright , Applied Research Associates NZ Ltd.
Andrew H. Gee , Cambridge University
pp. 1095

Acquiring 3D Object Models from Specular Motion Using Circular Lights Illumination (Abstract)

Jiang Yu Zheng , Kyushu Institute of Technology
Akio Murata , Kyushu Institute of Technology
pp. 1101

Utilization of Stereo Disparity and Optical Flow Information fro Human Interaction (Abstract)

Ikushi Yoda , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Katsuhiko Sakaue , Electrotechnical Laboratory
pp. 1109

Recognition of Plane Projective Symmetry (Abstract)

Rupert W. Curwen , General Electric Corporate Research and Development
Charles V. Stewart , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Joseph L. Mundy , General Electric Corporate Research and Development
pp. 1115

Local Symmetries of Shapes in Arbitrary Dimension (Abstract)

Sibel Tari , University of California at Riverside
Jayant Shah , Northeastern University
pp. 1123

Representation and Self-Similarity of Shapes (Abstract)

Davi Geiger , Courant Institute
Robert V. Kohn , Courant Institute
Tyng-Luh Liu , Courant Institute
pp. 1129
4.3 Flow and Tracking

Active Blobs (Abstract)

Stan Sclaroff , Boston University
John Isidoro , Boston University
pp. 1146

Motion Segmentation and Tracking Using Normalized Cuts (Abstract)

Jitendra Malik , University of California at Berkeley
Jianbo Shi , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 1154
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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