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Computer Vision and Computer Graphics. Theory and Applications

International Conference VISIGRAPP 2007, Barcelona, Spain, March 8-11, 2007, Revised Selected Papers

Braz, J., Ranchordas, A., Araújo, H.J., Madeiras Pereira, J. (Eds.)

2009, XIV, 259 p.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Vision and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, Visigrapp 2007, held in Barcelona, Spain, in March 2007.

The 18 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 382 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on geometry and modeling; animation and simulation; interactive environments; image formation and processing; image analysis; image understandung as well as motion, tracking and stereo vision.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Animation - collaborative virtual environment - computer graphics - gesture recognition - image analysis - image retrieval - modeling - mosaics - multi-resolution - simulation - soft objects - spatial data structure - surface reconstruc - terrain morphology - tracking

Related subjects » Image Processing - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Computer Graphics Theory and Applications.- Implicit Surface Reconstruction with Radial Basis Functions.- A Discrete Approach to Compute Terrain Morphology.- Procedural Natural Phenomena from Least-Cost Paths in a Weighted Graph.- The Orthant Neighborhood Graph: A Decentralized Spatial Data Structure for Dynamic Point Sets.- Direct Volume Deformation.- A Multi-resolution Mesh Representation for Deformable Objects in Collaborative Virtual Environments.- Improved Meshless Deformation Techniques for Plausible Interactive Soft Object Simulations.- Computer Vision Theory and Applications.- Objective Evaluation of Image Mosaics.- A Revisited Half-Quadratic Approach for Simultaneous Robust Fitting of Multiple Curves.- A Dempster-Shafer Theory Based Combination of Classifiers for Hand Gesture Recognition.- Motion Feature Combination for Human Action Recognition in Video.- Optimal Factor Analysis and Applications to Content-Based Image Retrieval.- Biased Manifold Embedding: Supervised Isomap for Person-Independent Head Pose Estimation.- High Performance Model-Based Object Detection and Tracking.- Local Structure to Solve the Correspondence Search Problem in a Monocular Pose Estimation Scenario.- Disparity Contours – An Efficient 2.5D Representation for Stereo Image Segmentation.- Video-Based Camera Tracking Using Rotation-Discriminative Template Matching.- Energy Association Filter for Online Data Association with Missing Data.

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