International Conference on Computer Vision - Preliminary program

Sunday January 4

Welcoming remarks (9:30-9:45)

Session 1.1 - Images from Images (9:45-11:25)

Coffee break (11:25-11:55)

Session 1.2 - New sensors (11:55 - 12:45)

Lunch (12:45-2:00)

Session 1.3 - Applications (2:00-3:40)

Coffee break (3:40-4:10)

Session 1.4 - Self-calibration (4:10 - 5:25)

Monday January 5

Session 2.1 - Tracking (9:30-11:10)

Coffee break (11:10-11:40)

Session 2.2 - Recognition (11:40-12:55)

Lunch (1:00-2:00)

Session 2.3 - Colour (2:00-3:30)

Poster Session 1 - Tracking. low level vision and registration (3:30-6:00)

  1. Patrick C. Teo and Yacov Hel-Or: Design of Multi-Parameter Steerable Functions Using Cascade Basis Reduction
  2. Ping Liang: Local Scale Controlled Anisotropic Diffusion with Local Noise Estimate for Image Smoothing and Edge Detection
  3. A.P. Ashbrook and R.B. Fisher: Segmentation of Range Data into Rigid Subsets Using Surface Patches
  4. David H. Marimont and Yossi Rubner: A Probabilistic Framework for Edge Detection and Scale Selection.
  5. Kaleem Siddiqi, Allen Tannenbaum and Steven W. Zucker: Hyperbolic "Smoothing" of Shapes
  6. Kaleem Siddiqi, Ali Shokoufandeh, Sven J. Dickinson and Steven W. Zucker: Shock Graphs and Shape Matching
  7. Cordelia Schmid, Roger Mohr and Christian Bauckhage: Comparing and Evaluating Interest Points
  8. John Haddon and David Forsyth: Shading Primitives: Finding Folds and Shallow Grooves
  9. Chu-Song Chen, Yi-Ping Hung and Jen-Bo Cheng: A Fast and Robust Approach for Registration of Partially Overlapping Range Images
  10. Bernt Schiele and James L. Crowley: Transinformation for Active Object Recognition
  11. A. Banerjee, P. Burlina and F. Alajaji: Contagion-Based Image Segmentation and Labeling
  12. G. Simon and M.-O. Berger: A Two-Stage Robust Statistical Method for Temporal Registration from Features of Various Type
  13. Jan Puzicha and Joachim M. Buhmann: Multiscale Annealing for Real-Time Unsupervised Texture Segmentation
  14. Paul L. Rosin: Thresholding for Change Detection
  15. Robert Laganičr: Morphological Corner Detection
  16. Mark W. Powell, Kevin W. Bowyer, Xiaoyi Jiang and Horst Bunke: Comparing Curved-Surface Range Image Segmenters
  17. P. Teo, G. Sapiro and B. Wandell: Anatomically Consistent Segmentation of the Human Cortex for Functional MRI Visualization
  18. Robert Rohling, Andrew Gee and Laurence Berman : Automatic Registration of Ultrasound Images
  19. R. Malladi and J.A. Sethian: A Real-Time Algorithm for Medical Shape Recovery
  20. H. Delingette: Initialization of Deformable Models from 3D Data
  21. G.J. Edwards, C.J. Taylor and T.F. Cootes: Learning to Identify and Track Faces in Image Sequences
  22. B. Bascle and A. Blake: Separability of Pose and Expression in Facial Tracing and Animation
  23. Andrew D. Wilson and Aaron F. Bobick: Recognition and Interpretation of Parametric Gesture
  24. Sumit Basu, Nuria Oliver and Alex Pentland: 3D Modeling of Human Lip Motion
  25. Tony Heap and David Hogg: Wormholes in Shape Space: Tracking Through Discontinuous Changes in Shape
  26. J. Fernyhough, A.G. Cohn and D.C. Hogg: Building Qualitative Event Models Automatically from Visual Input
  27. Q. Cai and J.K. Aggarwal: Automatic Tracking of Human Motion in Indoor Scenes Across Multiple Synchronized Video Streams
  28. Christian Vogler and Dimitris Metaxas: ASL Recognition Based on a Coupling Between HMMs and 3D Motion Analysis
  29. Robert Kaucic and Andrew Blake: Accurate, Real-Time, Unadorned Lip Tracking
  30. Fang Liu and Rosalind W. Picard: Finding Periodicity in Space and Time
  31. Ben North and Andrew Blake: Using Expectation-Maximisation to Learn a Dynamical Model for a Tracker from Measurement Sequences
  32. J.P. MacCormick and A. Blake: A Probabilistic Contour Discriminant for Object Localisation
  33. Isaac Cohen and Isabelle Herlin: Tracking Meteorological Structures Through Curve Matching Using Geodesic Paths
  34. A. Caunce and C.J. Taylor: 3D Point Distribution Models of the Cortical Sulci
  35. Gary Jacob, Alison Noble and Andrew Blake: Robust Contour Tracking in Echocardiographic Sequences
  36. Marie-Pierre Dubuisson-Jolly, Cheng-Chung Liang and Alok Gupta: Optimal Polyline Tracking for Artery Motion Compensation in Coronary Angiography
  37. Samuel D. Fenster and John R. Kender: Sectored Snakes: Evaluating Learned-Energy Segmentations
  38. B.C. Vemuri and Y. Guo: Pedal Snakes and Snake Pedals: Geometric Models with Physics-Based Control
  39. Natan Peterfreund: Robust Tracking with Spatio-Velocity Snakes: Kalman Filtering Approach
  40. Yu Zhong, Anil K. Jain and Marie-Pierre Dubuisson-Jolly: Object Tracking Using Deformable Templates
  41. Yaser Yacoob and Larry Davis: Learned Temporal Models of Image Motion
  42. Thomas O'Donnell, Marie-Pierre Dubuisson-Jolly and Alok Gupta: A Cooperative Framework for Segmentation Using 2D Active Contours and 3D Hybrid Models as Applied to Branching Cylindrical Structures
  43. Bernard Baldwin, Davi Geiger and Robert Hummel: Resolution-Appropriate Shape Representation

Tuesday January 6

Session 3.1 - Multiple views (9:30-11:10)

Coffee break (11:10-11:40)

Session 3.2 - Recovery (11:40-12:55)

Lunch (1:00-2:00)

Poster Session 2 - Multi-view Geometry and Recognition/indexing (2:00-4:30)

  1. B. Krebs, B. Korn and M. Burkhardt: A Task Driven 3d Object Recognition System using Bayesian Networks
  2. Mark S. Drew, Jie Wei and Ze-Nian Li: Illumination-Invariant Color Object Recognition via Compressed Chromaticity Histograms of Color-Channel-Normalized Images
  3. Ronen Basri and Yael Moses: When is it Possible to Identify 3D Objects from Single Images Using Class Constraints?
  4. Zili Liu and Daniel Kersten: 2D Affine Transformations are Unlikely to Account for Human 3D Object Recognition
  5. Constantine Papageorgiou, Michael Oren and Tomaso Poggio: A General Framework for Object Detection
  6. Benoit Huet and Edwin R. Hancock: Relational Histograms for Shape Indexing
  7. Qing Yang and Song De Ma: Schwarz Representation for Matching and Similarity Analysis
  8. T. Gevers and A.W.M. Smeulders: Image Indexing using Composite Color and Shape Invariant Features
  9. Haim Schweitzer: Indexing Images by Trees of Visual Content
  10. Ali Shokoufandeh, Ivan Marsic and Sven J. Dickinson: View-Based Object Matching
  11. David W. Jacobs, Daphna Weinshall and Yoram Gdalyahu: Condensing Image Databases when Retrieval is Based on Non-Metric Distances
  12. Jing Huang, S. Ravi Kumar, Mandar Mitra and Wei-Jing Zhu: Spatial Color Indexing and Applications
  13. S. Ravela and R. Manmatha: Retrieving Images by Appearance
  14. Randal C. Nelson and Andrea Selinger: A Cubist Approach to Object Recognition
  15. Isidore Rigoutsos: Two-Dimensional Affine Invariants that Distribute Uniformly and can be Tuned to any Convex Feature Domain
  16. A.L. Yuille, D. Snow and M. Nitzberg: Signfinder: Using Color to Detect, Localize and Identify Informational Signs
  17. George Bebis, Michael Georgiopoulos, Mubarak Shah and Niels da Vitoria Lobo: Using Algebraic Functions of Views for Indexing-Based Object Recognition
  18. A.N. Rajagopalan, K. Sunil Kumar, Jayashree Karlekar, R. Manivasakan, M. Milind Patil, U.B. Desai, P.G. Poonacha and S. Chaudhuri: Finding Faces in Photographs
  19. Srinivas Gutta, Jeffrey Huang, Vishal Kakkad and Harry Wechsler: Face Surveillance
  20. Ali Reza Mirhosseini, Catherine Chen, Tuan Pham and Hong Yan: Human Face Recognition: A Minimal Evidence Approach
  21. Michael J. Black, David J. Fleet and Yaser Yacoob: A Framework for Modeling Appearance Change in Image Sequences
  22. Yasushi Sumi, Yoshihiro Kawai, Takashi Yoshimi and Fumiaki Tomita: Recognition of 3D Free-form Objects Using Segment-based Stereo Vision
  23. Serge Belongie, Chad Carson, Hayit Greenspan and Jitendra Malik: Color- and Texture-based Image Segmentation Using the Expectation-Maximization Algorithm and its Application to Content-Based Image Retrieval
  24. Michael J. Jones and Tomaso Poggio: Multidimensional Morphable Models
  25. Cornelia Fermüller and Yiannis Aloimonos: Which Shape from Motion?
  26. Daniel Morris and Takeo Kanade: A Unified Factorization Algorithm for Points, Line Segments and Planes with Uncertainty Models
  27. S.J. Maybank and A. Shashua: Ambiguity in Reconstruction from Images of Six Points
  28. Jorge Batista, Helder Araújo and A.T. Almeida: Iterative Multi-Step Explicit Camera Calibration
  29. Jun Sato and Roberto Cipolla: Affine Reconstruction of Curved Surfaces from Uncalibrated Views of Apparent Contours
  30. Taeone Kim, Yongduek Seo and Ki-sang Hong: Physics-based 3D Position Analysis of a Soccer Ball from Monocular Image Sequences
  31. P.H.S. Torr and A. Zisserman: Robust Computation and Parametrization of Multiple View Relations
  32. Yoram Leedan and Peter Meer: Estimation with Bilinear Constraints in Computer Vision
  33. Sven Utcke: Grouping Based on Projective Geometry Constraints and Uncertainty
  34. L. de Agapito, D.Q. Huynh and M.J. Brooks: Self-calibrating a Stereo Head: An Error Analysis in the Neighbourhood of Degenerate Configurations
  35. Philip Pritchett and Andrew Zisserman: Wide Baseline Stereo Matching
  36. Fredrik Kahl and Anders Heyden: Using Conic Correspondence in Two Images to Estimate the Epipolar Geometry
  37. Qifa Ke, Gang Xu and Song De Ma: Recovering Epipolar Geometry by Reactive Tabu Search
  38. Zhengyou Zhang: Understanding the Relationship Between the Optimization Criteria in Two-View Motion Analysis
  39. Long Quan and Zhongdan Lan: Linear 4-Point and N „ 5-Point Pose Determination
  40. Zhengyou Zhang, Katsunori Isono and Shigeru Akamatsu: Euclidean Structure from Uncalibrated Images Using Fuzzy Domain Knowledge: Application to Facial Images Synthesis
  41. Sylvain Bougnoux: From Projective to Euclidean Space Under any Practical Situation, a Criticism of Self-Calibration

Session 3.3 - Grouping and representation (4:30-6:00)

Wednesday January 7

Session 4.1 - Image description and processing (9:30-11:10)

Coffee break (11:10-11:40)

Panel - Structure from Motion (11:40-1:00)

This panel was formed based on a provoking paper submitted by Dr. John Oliensis of NEC. Panelists will be discussing the assertions in that paper, as well as related issues in structure from motion. The paper can be found here. The panel will be moderated by Larry Davis, and will include John Oliensis, Olivier Faugeras, Takeo Kanade and Richard Hartley.

Lunch (1:00-2:00)

Poster Session 3 - Stereo, Robot vision, Shape, Mosaics (2:00 - 4:30)

  1. Paolo Remagnino, Tieniu Tan and Keith Baker: Agent Orientated Annotation in Model Based Visual Surveillance
  2. Ronen Basri, Ehud Rivlin and Ilan Shimshoni: Visual Homing: Surfing on the Epipoles
  3. Eiji Uchibe, Minoru Asada and Koh Hosoda: State Space Construction for Behavior Acquisition in Multi Agent Environments with Vision and Action
  4. Garbis Salgian and Dana H. Ballard: Visual Routines for Autonomous Driving
  5. Keisuke Kinoshita and Michael Lindenbaum: Robotic Control with Partial Visual Information
  6. M. Yeasin and S. Chaudhuri: Automatic Generation of Robot Program Code: Learning from Perceptual Data
  7. Kishore Bubna and Charles V. Stewart: Model Selection and Surface Merging in Reconstruction Algorithms
  8. Nicola J. Ferrier: Achieving a Fitts Law Relationship for Visual Guided Reaching
  9. Colin Davidson and Andrew Blake: Error-Tolerant Visual Planning of Planar Grasp
  10. Mark D. Wheeler, Yoichi Sato and Katsushi Ikeuchi: Consensus Surfaces for Modeling 3D Objects from Multiple Range Images
  11. Zoran Duric, Ehud Rivlin and Azriel Rosenfeld: Understanding Object Motion of Tools and Vehicles
  12. E. Mémin and P. Pérez: A Multigrid Approach for Hierarchical Motion Estimation
  13. Fredrik Kahl and Kalle Ĺström: Motion Estimation in Image Sequences Using the Deformation of Apparent Contours
  14. Benny Rousso, Shmuel Peleg, Ilan Finci and Alex Rav-Acha: Universal Mosaicing using Pipe Projection
  15. Heung-Yeung Shum and Richard Szeliski: Construction and Refinement of Panoramic Mosaics with Global and Local Alignment
  16. Michal Irani and P. Anandan: Robust Multi-Sensor Image Alignment
  17. César Silva and José Santos-Victor: Egomotion Estimation Using Log-Polar Images
  18. Alan L. Yuille, P-Y. Burgi, N.M. Grzywacz: Visual Motion Estimation and Prediction: A Probabilistic Network Model for Temporal Coherence
  19. Sándor Fejes and Larry S. Davis: What Can Projections of Flow Fields Tell Us About Visual Motion
  20. Alessandro Verri and Emanuele Trucco: Finding the Epipole from Uncalibrated Optical Flow
  21. Yu-Te Wu, Takeo Kanade, Jeffrey Cohn and Ching-Chung Li: Optical Flow Estimation Using Wavelet Motion Model
  22. Joshua Gluckman and Shree K. Nayar: Ego-Motion and Omnidirectional Cameras
  23. Hans-Hellmut Nagel and Michael Haag: Bias-Corrected Optical Flow Estimation for Road Vehicle Tracking
  24. Manolis I.A. Lourakis, Antonis A. Argyros and Stelios C. Orphanoudakis: Independent 3D Motion Detection Using Residual Parallax Normal Flow Fields
  25. Jong Seung Park and Joon Hee Han: A Curvature-Based Approach to Contour Motion Estimation
  26. R.D. Henkel: Fast Stereovision with Subpixel-Precision
  27. Y.F. Wang and Ping Liang: 3D Shape and Motion Analysis from Image Blur and Smear: A Unified Approach
  28. Guo-Qing Wei and Gerd Hirzinger: Intensity and Feature Based Stereo Matching by Disparity Parametrization
  29. Zhengyou Zhang: Modeling Geometric Structure and Illumination Variation of a Scene from Real Images
  30. A.N. Rajagopalan and S. Chaudhuri: Optimal Recovery of Depth from Defocused Images Using an MRF Model
  31. Atsuto Maki, Mutsumi Watanabe and Charles Wiles: Geotensity: Combining Motion and Lighting for 3D Surface Reconstruction
  32. Yoav Y. Schechner, Nahum Kiryati and Ronen Basri: Separation of Transparent Layers Using Focus
  33. Blanca Garcia and Pere Brunet: 3D Reconstruction with Projective Octrees and Epipolar Geometry
  34. Stan Birchfield and Carlo Tomasi: Depth Discontinuities by Pixel-to-Pixel Stereo
  35. Marc Proesmans, Luc Van Gool and Filip Defoort: Active Extraction of Dynamic 3D with Surface Texture
  36. Sameer A. Nene and Shree K. Nayar: Stereo Using Mirrors
  37. Jonathan C. Carr, W. Richard Fright, Andrew H. Gee, Richard W. Prager and Kevin J. Dalton: 3D Shape Reconstruction Using Volume Intersection Techniques
  38. Jiang Yu Zheng and Akio Murata: Acquiring 3D Object Models from Specular Motion Using Circular Lights Illumination
  39. Ikushi Yoda and Katsuhiko Sakaue: Utilization of Stereo Disparity and Optical Flow Information for Human Interaction
  40. Rupert W. Curwen, Charles V. Stewart and Joseph L. Mundy: Plane Projective Symmetry as a Measure of Saliency
  41. Sibel Tari and Jayant Shah: Local Symmetries of Shapes in Arbitrary Dimension
  42. Tyng-Luh Liu, Davi Geiger and Robert Kohn: Shape Similarity via Symmetry Axis and Vice-Versa

Session 4.2 - Flow and tracking (4:30-5:55)

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