Computer Vision: Proceedings, vol. 2.076952334X
Computer vision; proceedings; 2v.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. International Conference on Computer Vision (10th: 2005: Beijing, China)
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From the 10th IEEE Conference on Computer Vision, ICCV ICCV International Conference on Computer Vision (IEEE) 2005 (October 2005, Beijing), 45 papers and 199 posters (representing an acceptance rate of 19.8% of those submitted) are presented in this two-volume set. General themes addressed include motion segmentation, feature extracture and image structure, tracking deformable structures, 3D acquisition and reconstruction, (human) pattern detection and grouping, color and reflectance re·flec·tance
The ratio of the total amount of radiation, as of light, reflected by a surface to the total amount of radiation incident on the surface.
Noun 1. , feature matching, and cameras and calibration. Among the myriad topics: segmentation of hybrid motions via hybrid quadratic quadratic, mathematical expression of the second degree in one or more unknowns (see polynomial). The general quadratic in one unknown has the form ax2+bx+c, where a, b, and c are constants and x is the variable. surface analysis, spatial statistics of optical flow, detection of concentric circles for camera calibration The determination of the calibrated focal length, the location of the principal point with respect to the fiducial marks and the lens distortion effective in the focal plane of the camera referred to the particular calibrated focal length. , efficient block noise removal based on nonlinear manifolds, detecting rotational symmetries, and layered active appearance models. An author list concludes the presentation; there is no subject index.
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