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Stereo and Multi-Baseline Vision, IEEE Workshop on (2001)
Kauai, Hawaii
Dec. 9, 2001 to Dec. 10, 2001
ISBN: 0-7695-1327-1
Session 1: Trinocular Approaches

Trinocular Stereo Using Shortest Paths and the Ordering Constraint (Abstract)

L. S. Davis , University of Maryland
M. Agrawal , University of Maryland
pp. 0003

Trinocular Stereo: A Real-Time Algorithm and Its Evaluation (Abstract)

V. Isler , University of Pennsylvania
J. Mulligan , University of Colorado at Boulder
K. Daniilidis , University of Pennsylvania
pp. 0010
Session 2: Increasing Stereo Speed

Multi-Resolution Stereo Matching Using Genetic Algorithm (Abstract)

M. Gong , University of Alberta
Y.-H. Yang , University of Alberta
pp. 0021

Calculating Dense Disparity Maps from Color Stereo Images, an Efficient Implementation (Abstract)

R. Männer , Universit?t Mannheim
K. Mühlmann , Universit?t Mannheim
D. Maier , Universit?t Mannheim
Jürgen Hesser , Universit?t Mannheim
pp. 0030

Range Segmentation Using Visibility Constraints (Abstract)

T. Darrell , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
L. Taycher , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 0037

Rectangular Subregioning and 3-D Maximum-Surface Techniques for Fast Stereo Matching (Abstract)

C. Sun , CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences
pp. 0044
Session 3: Multi-Image Techniques

Dense 3-D Reconstruction of an Outdoor Scene by Hundreds-Baseline Stereo Using a Hand-Held Video Camera (Abstract)

N. Yokoya , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
M. Kanbara , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
T. Sato , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
H. Takemura , Osaka University
pp. 0057

Range-Space Approach for Generalized Multiple Baseline Stereo and Direct Virtual View Synthesis (Abstract)

K. C. Ng , AST - La Jolla Lab
M. Trivedi , University of California, San Diego
H. Ishiguro , Wakayama University, Japan
pp. 0062
Session 4: Novel Sensors

Mosaic-Based Panoramic Depth Imaging with a Single Standard Camera (Abstract)

P. Peer , University of Ljubljana
F. Solina , University of Ljubljana
pp. 0075

Stereo with Oblique Cameras (Abstract)

T. Pajdla , Czech Technical University in Prague
pp. 0085
Session 5: Multi-Modality

Combination of Stereo, Motion and Rendering for 3D Footage Display (Abstract)

J. Shao , Dynamic Digital Depth Research
pp. 0095

Spatio-Temporal Stereo Using Multi-Resolution Subdivision Surfaces (Abstract)

Y. Aloimonos , University of Maryland
J. Neumann , University of Maryland
pp. 0103
Session 6: Statistically Based Techniques

Hierarchical Stochastic Diffusion for Disparity Estimation (Abstract)

S. H. Lee , NHK Engineering Services
Y. Kanatsugu , NHK Engineering Services
J.-I. Park , Hanyang University
pp. 0111

Using Multiple-Hypothesis Disparity Maps and Image Velocity for 3-D Motion Estimation (Abstract)

D. Demirdjian , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
T. Darrell , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 0121
Session 7: Stereo Evaluation and Increasing Precision

A Taxonomy and Evaluation of Dense Two-Frame Stereo Correspondence Algorithms (Abstract)

R. Zabih , Cornell University
D. Scharstein , Middlebury College
R. Szeliski , Microsoft Corporation
pp. 0131

Semi-Dense Stereo Correspondence with Dense Features (Abstract)

O. Veksler , NEC Research Institute
pp. 0149

A Simple Stereo Algorithm to Recover Precise Object Boundaries and Smooth Surfaces (Abstract)

M. Okutomi , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Y. Katayama , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 0158

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 0175
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