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Image and Vision Computing '01
New Zealand

26th- 28th November 2001
University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Final Conference Programme

Sunday 25th November

19:30-20:30 Welcome and registration - Common Room, St. Margaret's College (a map of the Otago campus in PDF format can be downloaded here).

Monday 26th November

08:00-08:55 Registration
08:55-09:00 Welcome session
09:00-10:40 Oral session: GRAPHICS
Chair: Geoff Wyvill
Jarno Van Der Linden,
Interactive view-dependent point cloud rendering
Tom Mertens and Frank Van Reeth,
An image-based radiosity representation
Johan Claes, Fabian Di Fiore, Gert Vansichem and Frank Van Reeth,
Fast 3D cartoon rendering with improved quality exploiting graphics hardware
Shou Kang Wei, Fay Huang and Reinhard Klette,
Analysis of symmetric panorama acquisition
10:40-11:20 Morning tea/ Poster session: COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Alister West and KeeKim Heng,
Watching Window: A realtime implementation of a reactive unencumbered tracking system
Burkhard Wuensche and Richard Lobb,
A scientific visualization schema incorporating perceptual concepts
A. J. Hunter, P. T. Gough, and M. P. Hayes,
Synthetic aperture sonar simulation by stochastic ray-tracing
11:20-12:00 Invited talk
Chair: Georgy Gimel'farb
Andre Gagalowicz,
Computer vision and graphics collaboration. Application to post-production
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:40 Oral session: RECONSTRUCTION
Chair: Ralf Reulke
N. D. Blakeley and P. J. Bones,
Full recovery of limited extent images from regularly undersampled spectra
H. J. Callow, M. P. Hayes and P. T. Gough,
Advanced wavenumber domain processing techniques for reconstruction of broad-beam, multiple-receiver synthetic aperture imagery
R. P. Millane, S. Oh, A. B. Milstein, C. A. Bouman and K. J. Webb,
A Bayesian image reconstruction algorithm for optical diffusion tomography incorporating source-detector calibration
P. J. Barclay, M. P. Hayes, and P. T. Gough,
Using a multi-frequency synthetic aperture sonar for bathymetry
14:40-15:20 Afternoon tea/ Poster session: RECONSTRUCTION AND CODING
Linjiang Yu and Reinhard Klette,
An approximative calculation of relative convex hulls for surface area estimation
W-Y. V. Leung, M. Tallon and R. G. Lane,
Image reconstruction from undersampled images
Jyi-Chang Tsai, Chaur-Heh Hsieh and Chih-Feng Liu,
Rate control for video encoder with dynamic rate table
Chair: John Fryer
Chia-Yen Chen, Reinhard Klette and Ramakrishna Kakarala,
Albedo recovery using a photometric stereo method
Ratchadaporn Kanawong and Suthep Madarasmi,
A relaxation method for shape from contour
Chia-Yen Chen, Reinhard Klette and Chi-Fa Chen,
Improved fusion of photometric stereo and shape from contours
T. Wei and R. Klette,
A new algorithm for gradient field integration

Tuesday 27th November

09:00-10:40 Oral session: STEREO AND TEMPLATE MATCHING
Chair: Michael Cree
Suphakitti Julmanop and Suthep Madarasmi,
Thai handwriting recognition using deformable templates
Georgy Gimel'farb and Tao Wu,
Likelihood and confidence of terrain profiles in the symmetric dynamic programming stereo
Shou Kang Wei, Fay Huang, and Reinhard Klette,
Determination of geometric parameters for stereoscopic panorama cameras
10:40-11:20 Morning tea/ Poster session: STEREO AND FEATURE DETECTION
Preeyakorn Tipwai and Suthep Madarasmi,
A coarse and fine approach to contour matching
R. J. Harvey,
A neurologically plausible simulation of early stereo visual processing
Chris J. Forne and Michael P. Hayes,
A maximum likelihood approach to reconstructing scenes from photometric images
Shaokang Chen and Brian Lovell,
Real-time MMX-accelerated image stabilization system
11:20-12:00 Invited talk
Chair: Reinhard Klette
Ralf Reulke,
Design and application of high-resolution imaging systems
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:40 Oral session: LOW-LEVEL VISION
Chair: Andre Gagalowicz
Herbert Jahn,
Parallel-sequential algorithms for real-time image processing
Michael J. Cree,
Vector filters for noise reduction in colour images
John Barron and Reinhard Klette,
Experience with optical flow in colour video image sequences
14:40-15:20 Afternoon tea/ Poster session: LOW-LEVEL VISION
S. Gunetileke, R.M. Hodgson and R.I. Chaplin,
Mammogram calcification detection using a neural network
Xiao Qiong Tang,
Special signals in image representation and reconstruction from partial Fourier information
Lu Da, Brendan McCane and Pu Wei,
A topographic segmentation method for merged character images
Evguenii V. Kurmyshev and Raul E. Sanchez Yanez,
Texture classification based on image representation by coordinated clusters
Somchai Manapakpienkij and Suthep Madarasmi,
Real-time paper defect detection in production line
Larisa Goffman-Vinopal and Moshe Porat,
Correlation based color image analysis and compression
R. Kimmel and A. M. Bruckstein,
Regularized Laplacian zero crossings as optimal edge integrators
15:20-17:00 Oral session: IMAGE ANALYSIS
Chair: Philip Bones
Lee Middleton and Jayanthi Sivaswamy,
The FFT in a hexagonal-image processing framework
Georgy Gimel'farb,
On tradeoffs between deterministic structure and randomness in texture simulation
Patrice Delmas, Nicolas Eveno, Pierre-Yves Coulon,
Towards automatic lip tracking
C. W. Chong, R. Mukundan and P. Raveendran,
An efficient algorithm for fast computation of pseudo-Zernike moments
18:00 Evening event: One-hour bus excursion (optional) followed by dinner at Glenfalloch Chalet Restaurant. Relax in the evening in a beautiful woodland garden setting along the Otago Peninsula. You'll wonder why you're not staying longer..

Wednesday 28th November

09:00-10:40 Oral session: IMAGE UNDERSTANDING
Chair: Rick Millane
M. J. Cree and N. Taramoeroa,
The scanning of retinal Images suitable for diabetic retinopathy detection
Kristin J. McLoughlin, Philip J. Bones and Peter D. Kovesi,
Detection of microcalcifications in digital mammograms
Stephen McNeill and Stella Belliss,
Modelling New Zealand's indigenous forest using full-polarisation AIRSAR data
Nianjun Liu and Brian C. Lovell,
MMX-accelerated real-time hand tracking system
10:40-11:20 Morning tea/ Poster session: IMAGE UNDERSTANDING
J. Pengelly, B. McCane and J. Nicoll,
Computerized evaluation of mammography phantom image quality
T. Y. Ho,
Face detection using CIE Lab color space and wavelet decomposition
Weimin Huang, Bailing Zhang and Yan Guo,
Face and eyes detection using structural model and example-based learning method
Andrew Busch, Wageeh W. Boles, Sridha Sridharan, Vinod Chandran,
Texture analysis for script recognition
Carlos E. Thomaz, Duncan F. Gillies and Raul Q. Feitosa,
Small sample problem in Bayes plug-in classifier for image recognition
Chi-Fa Chen, Chia-Yen Chen and Chien-Hsing Lee,
A method for improving accuracy in shape recovery from Fourier expansion based algorithms
Rattapoom Waranusast, Bundit Thipakorn and Nongluk Covavisaruch,
Automatic measuring of red blood cell velocity in modified Landis technique using spatio-temporal analysis
11:20-12:30 Invited talk
Chair: George Benwell
John Fryer,
Digital images and forensic information. (How tall was my robber?)
12:30-13:15 Lunch
13:15-15:10 Oral session: IMAGE COMPRESSION AND CODING
Chair: Brendan McCane
Yusuk Lim, Changsheng Xu, Roger R. Fulton and David Dugan Feng,
Interactive invisible captioning for medical image using digital watermarking
Z. Jiang, O. de Vel, B. Litow,
Extended WFA with binary alphabet for the image compression
D. Furman and M. Porat,
Video compression in the cosine time-spatial domain using human vision characteristics
A. Nguyen, V. Chandran, S. Sridharan, R. Prandolini,
Importance coding in JPEG2000 for improved interpretability
Ken Tabb, Neil Davey, Rod Adams and Stella George,
Omni-directional motion: Pedestrian shape classification using neural networks and active contour models
15:10-15:15 Closing session
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