7 edition of Efficient visual recognition using the Hausdorff distance found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -176) and index.
|Series||Lecture notes in computer science ;, 1173|
|LC Classifications||TA1634 .R83 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||96048288|
W. Rucklidge; Efficient visual recognition using the Hausdorff distance, Springer, , ISBN D. Ruefenacht; Novel Motion Anchoring Strategies for Wavelet-based Highly Scalable Video Compression, Springer, , ISBN The Hausdorff distance is used with the nearest neighbor classi?er to measure the similarity between different faces. Experiments are conducted with Yale face database and ORL face database. The results show that the proposed approach is highly discriminant and achieves a promising accuracy for face recognition than the state-of-the-art : Professor of Computer Science.
Chien-Yuan Huang, Octavia I. Camps, Tapas Kanungo: Object Recognition Using Appearance-Based Parts and Relations. CVPR (PDF, BibTex) Xilin Yi, Octavia I. Camps: Robust Occluding Contour Detection Using the Hausdorff . William Rucklidge Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Scie Efficient Algorithms for Speech Recognition E cient Algorithms for Speech Recognition Mosur K. Ravishankar CMU-CS .
William Rucklidge Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance Springer | English | | ISBN: | pages | File type: PDF | 13,7 mb This book presents the theoretical aspects and practical development of a computer vision system for searching an image for a specified model object; this system is reliable, tolerates imperfections in the image and . of object Dice and Hausdorff distance. With regard to F1 score, our result is comparable with competitors. Table 2. Segmentation result on section A Method Object Dice F1 Score Hausdorff Xu et al.  CUMedVision2  CUMedVision1  Our method Author: Safiyeh Rezaei, Ali Emami, Hamidreza Zarrabi, Shima Rafiei, Kayvan Najarian, Nader Karimi, Shadrokh.
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A number of search techniques are evaluated. The capabilities of the author's image search system are demonstrated on a variety of examples, and applications using it to track moving objects and navigate mobile robots are shown.
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Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance. Authors: Rucklidge, William This book is essential reading for anybody interested in model-based object recognition. Show all. Table of contents (8 chapters) Table of contents (8 chapters) Book Title Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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The Hausdorff distance is a measure defined between two point sets representing a model and an image. Its properties make it attractive for model-based recognition; one of these properties is that the Hausdorff distance is a metric.
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long, the download efficient visual needs imported in a hence. The proposed method is edge-based and works on grayscale still images. The Hausdorff distance is used as a similarity measure between a general face model and possible instances of the object within the image.
The paper describes an efficient implementation, making this approach suitable for real-time by: Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance The subject of this text is the Hausdorff distance, a computer vision system for searching an image for a specified model object.
The work presents the theoretical aspects and practical developments of the system, and evaluates and demonstrates a number of its search techniques. Rucklidge published versions of his algorithm in, e.g., "Efficiently Locating Objects Using the Hausdorff Distance" (International Journal of Computer Vision, vol 24 issue 3, Sept./Oct.
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IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. ; Cited by: Efficient Hausdorff Distance computation for freeform geometric models in close proximity Article in Computer-Aided Design 45(2)– February with.
Measurement of Face Recognizability for Visual Surve illance, Pattern Recognition and image Analysis. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume /,20. Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance.
William Rucklidge "Efficient Visual Recognition Using the Hausdorff Distance" This book collects some of the most interesting recent writings that are tackling, from various points of view, the problem of giving an accounting of the nature, purpose, and justification of real. The Hausdorff distance is widely used in the context of image recognition, see e.g., [19,20,21] for reviews.
A modified version of the Hausdorff distance has been also applied to matching objects. The Hausdorff distance can be defined as follows: Let E and F be two non-empty subsets of a metric space (M, d). The Hausdorff distance is given as:Author: Matthieu Saumard, Marwa Elbouz, Michaël Aron, Ayman Alfalou, Christian Brosseau.
We formulate the Gromov–Hausdorff distance as a multidimensional scaling–like continuous optimization problem. In order to construct an efficient optimization scheme, we develop a numerical tool for interpolating geodesic distances on a sampled surface from precomputed geodesic distances between the by: Using the Inner-Distance for Classification of Articulated Shapes, by H.
Ling and D. Jacobs, Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), [ pdf ] Comparing Images Using the Hausdorff Distance, by D.
Huttenlocher, G. Klanderman, and W. Rucklidge, Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine. Zhou and B. Bhanu, "Human recognition at a distance in video by integrating face profile and gait," Book Chapter in Face Biometrics for Personal Identification, R.I.
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The key to iris recognition is the failure of a test of statistical independence, which involves so many degrees-of-freedom. Rucklidge, W.J.: Efficient Computation of the Minimum Hausdorff Distance for Visual Recognition.
Tech Report TR, Dep. of Computer Science, Cornell .Highlights A 3D facial scan is divided into different expression-sensitive regions. The extracted local facial surface is represented by multiple spatial triangles. Four types of low-level geometric features are developed based on those triangles.
SVM is applied to perform face recognition based on the fusion of local features. Both feature and score-level fusion are used to obtain Cited by: The search for minimizing the Hausdorff distance for the translation-only is reasonably fast. Using this property, a multisensor image registration using the local Hausdorff distance search has been demonstrated The basic idea of this approach is that an affine transform of an image can be approximated by translations of its block sub images.