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Prof. Maria Petrou  Texture analysis methods and applications
The tutorial will cover basic texture analysis and segmentation methods, like Markov random fields, Gibbs distributions, mathematical morphology, frequency based methods, sequency based methods, Gabor functions, wavelets, co-occurrence matrices, etc.
 Prof. Maria Petrou
 University of Cambridge, UK

Prof. Peter Sturm  An overview of research in the computer vision area
The goal of this tutorial is to cover several current main topics in computer vision research. The scope will be rather broad, including the following topics: image matching, structure-from-motion and image-based 3D modeling, panoramic imaging, image-based modeling of deformable and articulated motions, object recognition, image and video indexing. Underlying principles, current research avenues, and applications will be shown.
 Prof. Peter Sturm
 INRIA, Grenoble, Rhone-Alpes, France

Prof. Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano  Part I: Applications of Geometric Algebra in Robot Vision, Graphics and Medical Image
 Prof. Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano
 CINVESTAV, Guadalajeara, Mexico

Dr. Dietmar Hildebrand  Part II: Efficient Implementations of Geometric Algebra Algorithms
  Dr. Dietmar Hildebrand
 Technische Universitšt Darmstadt, Germany

Prof. Walter G. Kropatsch  We are Building a Topological Pyramid

Vision sensors observe 3D objects in a dynamic environment. Objects consist of several connected 3D part and these parts can be connected in different ways: rigidly, articulated, smoothly deformable. In most cases objects move independently and smoothly. This scene topology is projected into the image topology where noise and occlusions and the enormous amount of data introduce further difficulties. We plan to elaborate the concept of the topological pyramid from the classical, regular image pyramids by means of examples. At the transition to the irregular pyramids was the idea to consider the treatment of the hierarchical structure and the content separately but in a synchronous way. We will discuss in detail the basic concept of dual graph pyramids and show results for connected component analysis and segmentation. We finally discuss their main properties among which the preservation of the image topology,

 Prof. Walter G. Kropatsch
 Vienna University of Technology, Viena

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 Important Dates
  » Submission of papers before June 21th, 2009

  » Notification of acceptance August 7th, 2009

  » Camera-ready August 21th, 2009

What's news?

  •  registration  » 21 August final paper and mandatory fees registration

  •  Swine Flu Epidemic  » Swine Flu Epidemic will not affect CIARP'2009  and associated workshops
  •  conference  » The main conference and workshop will take  place as planed. Send please your paper. In  November in Jalisco and Mexico the flue  epidemic will completely be gone
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