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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 7869

Computer Vision and Image Analysis of Art II
Editor(s): David G. Stork; Jim Coddington; Anna Bentkowska-Kafel
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 7869
Date Published: 1 February 2011
Softcover: 22 papers (214) pages
ISBN: 9780819484062

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Front Matter: Volume 7869
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Computer analysis of lighting style in fine art: steps towards inter-artist studies
Author(s): David G. Stork
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The automatic annotation and retrieval of digital images of prints and tile panels using network link analysis algorithms
Author(s): Gustavo Carneiro; João P. Costeira
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Explaining scene composition using kinematic chains of humans: application to Portuguese tiles history
Author(s): Nuno Pinho da Silva; Manuel Marques; Gustavo Carneiro; João P. Costeira
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Top-down analysis of low-level object relatedness leading to semantic understanding of medieval image collections
Author(s): Pradeep Yarlagadda; Antonio Monroy; Bernd Carque; Bjorn Ommer
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A framework for analysis of large database of old art paintings
Author(s): Jérome Da Rugna; Gaël Chareyron; Ruven Pillay; Morwena Joly
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Image fusion for art analysis
Author(s): Barbara Zitová; Miroslav Beneš; Jan Blažek
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Recovery of handwritten text from the diaries and papers of David Livingstone
Author(s): Keith T. Knox; Roger L. Easton; William A. Christens-Barry; Kenneth Boydston
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Automation of digital historical map analyses
Author(s): Tenzing W. Shaw; Peter Bajcsy
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Towards automatic registration of technical images of works of art
Author(s): Damon M. Conover; John K. Delaney; Paola Ricciardi; Murray H. Loew
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Art documentation quality in function of 3D scanning resolution and precision
Author(s): Eryk Bunsch; Robert Sitnik; Jakub Michonski
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Investigation of the degradation mechanism and discoloration of traditional Japanese pigments by multispectral imaging
Author(s): Jay Arre Toque; Ari Ide-Ektessabi
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Improved methods for dewarping images in convex mirrors in fine art: applications to van Eyck and Parmigianino
Author(s): Yumi Usami; David G. Stork; Jun Fujiki; Hideitsu Hino; Shotaro Akaho; Noboru Murata
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Time and order estimation of paintings based on visual features and expert priors
Author(s): Ricardo S. Cabral; João P. Costeira; Fernando de La Torre; Alexandre Bernardino; Gustavo Carneiro
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Automatic multispectral ultraviolet, visible and near-infrared capturing system for the study of artwork
Author(s): Jorge Herrera; Meritxell Vilaseca; Jaume Pujol
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Boosting multi-feature visual texture classifiers for the authentication of Jackson Pollock's drip paintings
Author(s): Mahmoud Al-Ayyoub; Mohammad T. Irfan; David G. Stork
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Improved curvature-based inpainting applied to fine art: recovering van Gogh's partially hidden brush strokes
Author(s): Yubin Kuang; David G. Stork; Fredrik Kahl
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Did Caravaggio employ optical projections? An image analysis of the parity in the artist's paintings
Author(s): David G. Stork
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A computer graphics reconstruction and optical analysis of scale anomalies in Caravaggio's "Supper at Emmaus"
Author(s): David G. Stork; Yasuo Furuichi
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X-ray image analysis of Lorenzo Lotto's Husband and wife
Author(s): David G. Stork; Alexander J. Kossolapov
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Automated classification of quilt photographs into crazy and non-crazy
Author(s): Alhaad Gokhale; Peter Bajcsy
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Polarized light scanning for cultural heritage investigation
Author(s): Jay Arre Toque; Yusuke Murayama; Yohei Matsumoto; Ari Ide-Ektessabi
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After digital cleaning: visualization of the dirt layer
Author(s): Cherry May T. Palomero; Maricor N. Soriano
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