By David Van Hamme, Peter Veelaert, Wilfried Philips (auth.), Jacques Blanc-Talon, Richard Kleihorst, Wilfried Philips, Dan Popescu, Paul Scheunders (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642236863

ISBN-13: 9783642236860

ISBN-10: 3642236871

ISBN-13: 9783642236877

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the thirteenth foreign convention on complex strategies for clever imaginative and prescient structures, ACIVS 2011, held in Ghent, Belgium, in August 2011.

The sixty six revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 124 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on class reputation, and monitoring, segmentation, pictures research, photo processing, video surveillance and biometrics, algorithms and optimization; and 3D, intensity and scene understanding.

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Vcz , vc ) = min (Δ(vcx , vc ), Δ(vcy , vc ))} It may be noted that without the above mentioned step-wise refinements a vc ∈ Oi could try to align itself any visually similar va ∈ Oj leading to high probability of merging errors. Ideally all members of T (Oi , Oj ) should have the same value of transformation but practically it may not be the case. ) counts elements in the given set having similar values to the first parameter. Mean of the elements collected in CT is taken as the transformation magnitude to align Oi to Oj .

Handling representation and recognition of 3D objects has been a topic of research for some time. One of the recent proposals includes [18] with a learning approach that finds salient points on a 3D object and represents these points in a 2D spatial map based on a longitude-latitude transformation. Results of classification have been demonstrated on isolated objects. Use of canonical views has 36 M. Zaheer Aziz, M. Knopf, and B. Mertsching been experimented in [19] where isolated objects are converted into representations having predefined size.

WD (size Δ) that can be used as feature extractors, giving a new representation with mutually independent dimensions. The number of filters (D) extracted by ICA is less or equal to the input data dimension (Δ). This can be reduced using a PCA previously to the ICA. The responses of the D filters to some pixels (p1 , . . ) are thus independent realizations of the D-dimensional random vector Y . As a consequence, the density can be factorized as expected: D D wi ∗ I(pt ) hiica (I(py )) = hica (I(pt )) = i=1 (19) i=1 Where ∗ is the convolution product.

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