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Di Giamberardino P., Iacoviello D., Jorge R.N., Tavares J.M.R.S. (eds.) Computational Modeling of Objects Presented in Images. Fundamentals, Methods and Applications

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Di Giamberardino P., Iacoviello D., Jorge R.N., Tavares J.M.R.S. (eds.) Computational Modeling of Objects Presented in Images. Fundamentals, Methods and Applications
Издательство Springer, 2014, -315 pp.
Computational vision domain presents a multidisciplinary nature involving different applications in society. Medicine, material science, surveillance, biometric, robotics, defence, satellite data, traffic analysis, and architecture, among other areas, use signal and image processing and analysis, arousing interest in methodological and applicative aspects.
Due to its intrinsic interdisciplinary aspects, different approaches, such as optimization methods, geometry, principal component analysis, stochastic methods, neural networks, and fuzzy logic, are currently discussed by the Researchers.
Several research fields related to the acquisition, the use and the analysis of images are involved in the areas of image processing and analysis, image segmentation, 2D and 3D reconstruction, data acquisition, interpolation and registration, scientific data visualization, remote sensing, modeling and simulation, biometric recognition, medical imaging, motion and deformation analysis, material science, computer vision in robotics and automation, and architecture.
This book contains extended versions of selected papers presented at the third edition of the International Symposium CompIMAGE 2012: Computational Modeling of Object Presented in Images: Fundamentals, Methods and Applications, that was held in Rome, at the Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti of Sapienza University of Rome, September 2012. CompIMAGE 2012 brought together researchers representing several fields such as Biomechanics, Engineering, Medicine, Mathematics, Physics, Statistic, and Architecture, presenting new trends in these fields. In particular, the latter topic, which was addressed for the first time in this edition, due to the particularity of the hosting Country for what concerns the Historical, Architectural, Cultural, and urban heritages resources, puts in evidence the important role that images also have in such less technical fields.
The Surveying and Representation Process Applied to Archaeology: A Quest for Invariants in a Highly Variable Context
Architectural Heritage and 3D Models
Flow Patterns in Aortic Circulation Associated to the Mustard Procedure
Fuzzy Image Segmentation: An Automatic Unsupervised Method
The e-Slide in the e-Laboratory of Cytology: Where are We?
Fatigue Loading of a Ferritic Ductile Cast Iron: Damaging Characterization
Adaptive Sampling and Reconstruction for Sparse Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Driver’s Hand Detection and Tracking Based on Address Event Representation
Determination of In-Plane and Off-Plane Surface Displacements with Grids Virtually Applied to Digital Images
Can Numerical Modelling Help Surgeons in Abdominal Hernia Surgery?
Current Research Results on Depth Map Interpolation Techniques
Iris Image Correction Method from Unconstrained Images
Texture Image Segmentation by Weighted Image Gradient Norm Terms Based on Local Histogram and Active Contours
Study of the Prognostic Relevance of Longitudinal Brain Atrophy in Post-traumatic Diffuse Axonal Injury Using Graph-Based MRI Segmentation Techniques
The Development of a Hybrid Solution to Replacement of Clouds and Shadows in Remote Sensing
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