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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 5675

Vision Geometry XIII
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Volume Number: 5675
Date Published: 17 January 2005
Softcover: 19 papers (200) pages
ISBN: 9780819456489

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Computing the uncertainty of transformations in digital images
Author(s): Kristof Teelen; Peter Veelaert
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Information processing of motion in facial expression and the geometry of dynamical systems
Author(s): Amir H. Assadi; Hamid Eghbalnia; Brenton W. McMenamin
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Did early Renaissance painters trace optical projections? Evidence pro and con
Author(s): David G. Stork
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Anatomically constrained neural network models for the categorization of facial expression
Author(s): Brenton W. McMenamin; Amir H. Assadi
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Error analysis in the reconstruction of a parabola in 3D from two arbitrary perspective views
Author(s): Ashutosh Shukla; Abhinav Saxena; Bhavesh Neekhra; Raman Balasubramanian; Krishnan Swaminathan
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Visualization of volumetric scattered data based on weighted alpha shapes
Author(s): Kun Lee; Oubong Gwun; Minsan Lim
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Efficient workflows for 3D building full-color model reconstruction using LIDAR long-range laser and image-based modeling techniques
Author(s): Chihhsiong Shih
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A new modeling algorithm for implicit surface polygonalization
Author(s): Yongjian Xi; Greg Heckenberg; Ye Duan; Hongkai Zhao
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Pose estimation of tube-shaped flexible objects from geometrically rectified shadow images
Author(s): Marc M. Ellenrieder
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Revolutionizing handwriting with a digital pen
Author(s): Marek Alboszta; G. Gary Zhang; Stewart Carl; Hector Gonzalez; Mike Mandella
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Perspex machine III: continuity over the Turing operations
Author(s): James A. D. W. Anderson
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Extraction of a compact analytical data file from a complex binary image for use in real-time learning
Author(s): Chia-Lun John Hu
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Grid-independent necessary criteria for shape-preserving digitization
Author(s): Peer Constantin David Stelldinger
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Making 3D binary digital images well-composed
Author(s): Marcelo Siqueira; Longin Jan Latecki; Jean Gallier
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View interpolation and synthesis by KLT feature tracker
Author(s): Xin Lu
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