Computer Vision Systems: First International Conference, by Henrik I. Christensen

By Henrik I. Christensen

Computer imaginative and prescient has now reached a degree of adulthood that enables us not just to accomplish examine on person tools but additionally to construct totally built-in laptop imaginative and prescient platforms of a signi cant complexity. This opens up a couple of new difficulties relating to architectures, structures integration, validation of - stems utilizing benchmarking strategies, etc. to date, nearly all of imaginative and prescient meetings have keen on part applied sciences, which has stimulated the association of the 1st foreign convention on desktop imaginative and prescient platforms (ICVS). it's our wish that the convention will let us not just to determine a few attention-grabbing new imaginative and prescient strategies and platforms yet optimistically additionally to de ne the examine concerns that have to be addressed to pave the best way for extra wide-scale use of desktop imaginative and prescient in a various set of real-world functions. ICVS is prepared as a single-track convention which include top quality, p- viously unpublished, contributed papers on new and unique learn on c- puter imaginative and prescient structures. All contributions may be offered orally. a complete of sixty five papers have been submitted for attention by way of the convention. All papers have been - seen by means of 3 reviewers from this system committee. Thirty-two of the papers have been chosen for presentation. ICVS’99 is being held on the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium and conference Centre, in Las Palmas, at the gorgeous Canary Islands, Spain. The surroundings is spri- like, which turns out basically acceptable because the foundation for a brand new conference.

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26 J. Santos-Victor, R. Vassallo, and H. Schneebeli 60 58 56 54 SSD 52 50 48 46 44 42 40 0 1 2 3 4 5 k 6 7 8 9 10 11 Fig. 3. Left: Image acquired along the trajectory. Right: Result of the SSD computed between the candidate images and the reference image set. The best match is obtained against the 4th image. 3 Servoing on the Vanishing Point In an indoors environment one has often to navigate along corridors to move between rooms to perform a task. For this reason, the ability to extract the visual information required to navigate along corridors is quite important [12].

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