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Motion and Video Computing, IEEE Workshop on (2002)
Orlando, Florida
Dec. 5, 2002 to Dec. 6, 2002
ISBN: 0-7695-1860-5
Session I - Background Difference/Object Segmentation/Shadow

Integrated Region- and Pixel-based Approach to Background Modelling (Abstract)

M. Cristani , Universit? di Verona
M. Bicego , Universit? di Verona
V. Murino , Universit? di Verona
pp. 3

Stochastic Human Segmentation from a Static Camera (Abstract)

Tao Zhao , University of Southern California
Ram Nevatia , University of Southern California
pp. 9

Shadow Elimination for Robust Video Surveillance (Abstract)

Yasuyuki Matsushita , University of Tokyo
Ko Nishino , Columbia University
Katsushi Ikeuchi , University of Tokyo
Masao Sakauchi , University of Tokyo
pp. 15

A Hierarchical Approach to Robust Background Subtraction using Color and Gradient Information (Abstract)

Omar Javed , University of Central Florida
Khurram Shafique , University of Central Florida
Mubarak Shah , University of Central Florida
pp. 22

Robust Probabilistic Estimation of Uncertain Appearance for Model-Based Tracking (Abstract)

N. Krahnstoever , Pennsylvania State University
R. Sharma , Pennsylvania State University
pp. 28
Session II - Video Segmentation

A Robust Subspace Approach to Layer Extraction (Abstract)

Qifa Ke , Carnegie Mellon University
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 37


Abdol-Reza Mansouri , INRS-T?l?communications
Amar Mitiche , INRS-T?l?communications
Christophe Langevin , INRS-T?l?communications
pp. 50
Session III - Video Categorization/Active Contours

Video Frame Categorization Using Sort-Merge Feature Selection (Abstract)

Yan Liu , Columbia University
John R. Kender , Columbia University
pp. 72

Object Localization in Metric Spaces for Video Linking (Abstract)

Daniel Gatica-Perez , Dalle Molle Institute for Perceptual Artificial Intelligence
Ming-Ting Sun , University of Washington
pp. 78

Directed Acyclic Graph Representation of Deformable Models (Abstract)

Siome Goldenstein , University of Pennslyvania
Christian Vogler , University of Pennslyvania
Dimitris Metaxas , Rutgers University
pp. 84
Session IV - Hand, Head, and Eye Tracking

Capturing Human Hand Motion in Image Sequences (Abstract)

John Lin , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ying Wu , Northwestern University
Thomas S. Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 99

Segmentation and Tracking of Interacting Human Body Parts under Occlusion and Shadowing (Abstract)

Sangho Park , University of Texas at Austin
J.K. Aggarwal , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 105

On the Binding Mechanism of Synchronised Visual Events (Abstract)

Jeffrey Ng , University of London
Shaogang Gong , University of London
pp. 112

Model-based Integration of Visual Cues for Hand Tracking (Abstract)

Shan Lu , Rutgers University
Gang Huang , University of Pennsylvania
Dimitris Samaras , S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook
Dimitris Metax , Rutgers University
pp. 118

Comparative Study of Coarse Head Pose Estimation (Abstract)

Lisa M. Brown , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Ying-Li Tran , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
pp. 125
Session V - Activity/Gait & Tracking

Real-time Posture and Activity Recognition (Abstract)

I. Burak Ozer , Princeton University
Wayne Wolf , Princeton University
pp. 133

A Three-Mode Expressive Feature Model of Action Effort (Abstract)

James W. Davis , Ohio State University
Hui Gao , Ohio State University
Vignesh S. Kannappan , Ohio State University
pp. 139

Bayesian based Performance Prediction for Gait Recognition (Abstract)

Bir Bhanu , University of California Riverside
Ju Han , University of California Riverside
pp. 145

Hybrid Monte Carlo Filtering: Edge-Based People Tracking (Abstract)

Eunice Poon , Palo Alto Research Center and Queen?s University
David J. Fleet , Palo Alto Research Center
pp. 151

Particle Filter with Analytical Inference for Human Body Tracking (Abstract)

Mun Wai Lee , University of Southern California
Isaac Cohen , University of Southern California
Soon Ki Jung , University of Southern California
pp. 159
Session VI - Multi-View Tracking and Object Detection

Multi View Image Surveillance and Tracking (Abstract)

James Black , Cardiff University
Tim Ellis , City University
Paul Rosin , Cardiff University
pp. 169

Ghost<sup>3D</sup>: Detecting Body Posture and Parts Using Stereo (Abstract)

Ismail Haritaoglu , IBM Almaden Research Center
David Beymer , IBM Almaden Research Center
Myron Flickner , IBM Almaden Research Center
pp. 175

Continuous Multi-Views Tracking using Tensor Voting (Abstract)

Jinman Kang , University of Southern California
Isaac Cohen , University of Southern California
Gerard Medioni , University of Southern California
pp. 181
Session VII - Video Synthesis/Registration and Structure from Motion

Video Synthesis made simple with the X-Slits Projection (Abstract)

Doron Feldman , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Assaf Zomet , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Shmuel Peleg , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Daphna Weinshall , Hebrew University of Jerusalem
pp. 195

Interactive Indoor Scene Reconstruction From Image Mosaics Using Cuboid Structure (Abstract)

Bo Hu , University of Rochester
Christopher Brown , University of Rochester
pp. 208

A Hierarchical Approach for Obtaining Structure from Two-Frame Optical Flow (Abstract)

Haiying Liu , University of Maryland
Rama Chellappa , University of Maryland
Azriel Rosenfeld , University of Maryland
pp. 214

A Linear Model for Simultaneous Estimation of 3D Motion and Depth (Abstract)

Hanno Scharr , Institute III: Phytosphere Forschungszentrum, Ruprecht Karls University and Intel Research
Ralf Küsters , Institute III: Phytosphere Forschungszentrum and Ruprecht Karls University
pp. 220
Session VIII - Motion Estimation

Infinitesimal Motion Estimation from Multiple Central Panoramic Views (Abstract)

Omid Shakernia , University of California, Berkeley
René Vidal , University of California, Berkeley
Shankar Sastry , University of California, Berkeley
pp. 229


Lionel Moisan , Ecole Normale Sup?rieure de Cachan
Bérenger Stival , Ecole Normale Sup?rieure de Cachan
pp. 235

How well can wavelet denoising improve the accuracy of computing fundamental matrices? (Abstract)

Qi Li , University of Delaware
Tao Li , University of Delaware
Shenghuo Zhu , University of Rochester
Chandra Kambhamettu , University of Delaware
pp. 247

Real-time Tracking of Quad-Marked Surfaces (Abstract)

Igor Guskov , University of Michigan
Ben Bryant , University of Michigan
pp. 253

Author Index (PDF)

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