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In this paper, we present a method for composing document mosaics from camera-captured images. We decompose the complexity of solving the 8-dof transformation between image pairs into two problems, that is, rectification and registration. This is achievable under a key assumption that sufficient...
In this paper we propose a new method for extending 1-D step edge detection filters to two dimensions via complex-valued filtering. Complex-valued filtering allows us to obtain edge magnitude and direction simultaneously. Our method can be viewed either as an extension of n -directional complex...
In this paper, we address the problem of the recognition of isolated, complex, dynamic hand gestures. The goal of this paper is to provide an empirical comparison of two state-of-the-art techniques for temporal event modeling combined with specific features on two different databases. The models...
We propose a tracking algorithm that combines the Mean Shift search in a Particle Filtering framework and a target representation that uses multiple semi-overlapping color histograms. The target representation introduces spatial information that accounts for rotation and anisotropic scaling...
In this paper, we address the difficult task of detecting and segmenting foreground moving objects in complex scenes. The sequences we consider exhibit highly dynamic backgrounds, illumination changes and low contrasts, and can have been shot by a moving camera. Three main steps compose the...
We propose an unsupervised multiphase segmentation algorithm based on Bresson et al.’s fast global minimization of Chan and Vese’s two-phase piecewise constant segmentation model. The proposed algorithm recursively partitions a region into two subregions, starting from the largest scale. The...
In this paper, we address the multiple target tracking problem as a maximum a posteriori problem. We adopt a graph representation of all observations over time. To make full use of the visual observations from the image sequence, we introduce both motion and appearance likelihood. The multiple...
In object tracking, visual features may not be discriminative enough to estimate high dimensional motion parameters accurately, and complex motion estimation is computationally expensive due to a large search space. To tackle these problems, a reasonable strategy is to track small components...
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