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Computer Vision Systems

by Antonios Gasteratos
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2008-05-09
Genre: Computers
Pages: 560 pages
ISBN 13: 3540795472
ISBN 10: 9783540795476
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Synopsis : Computer Vision Systems written by Antonios Gasteratos, published by Springer which was released on 2008-05-09. Download Computer Vision Systems Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. 6th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems, ICVS 2008 Santorini, Greece, May 12-15, 2008, Proceedings Antonios Gasteratos, Markus Vincze, John K. Tsotsos. In this paper, all orientation histograms are used in training and ... -- In the past few years, with the advances in microelectronics and digital te- nology, cameras became a widespread media. This, along with the enduring increase in computing power boosted the development of computer vision s- tems. The International Conference on Computer Vision Systems (ICVS) covers the advances in this area. This is to say that ICVS is not and should not be yet another computer vision conference. The ?eld of computer vision is fully covered by many well-established and famous conferences and ICVS di?ers from these by covering the systems point of view. ICVS 2008 was the 6th International Conference dedicated to advanced research on computer vision systems. The conference, continuing a series of successful events in Las Palmas, Vancouver, Graz, New York and Bielefeld, in 2008 was held on Santorini. In all, 128 papers entered the review process and each was reviewed by three independent reviewers using the double-blind review method. Of these, 53 - pers were accepted (23 as oral and 30 as poster presentation). There were also two invited talks by P. Anandan and by Heinrich H. Bultho ̈ ?. The presented papers cover all aspects of computer vision systems, namely: cognitive vision, monitor and surveillance, computer vision architectures, calibration and reg- tration, object recognition and tracking, learning, human—machine interaction and cross-modal systems.

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