Catalogue


Computational imaging II : 19-20 January 2004, San Jose, California, USA /
Charles A. Bouman, Eric L. Miller, chairs/editors ; sponsored ... by IS&T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology [and] SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
imprint
Bellingham, Wash., USA : SPIE, c2004.
description
viii, 408 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
ISBN
0819452025
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Book
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A Look Inside
Table of Contents
Use of the FDTD method for time reversal: application to microwave breast cancer detectionp. 1
Linear and nonlinear reconstruction for diffuse optical tomography in an inhomogeneous backgroundp. 10
Representing scattering functions with spherical harmonics of spectral Fourier componentsp. 22
Reconstruction of image sequences using motion compensationp. 34
Computational algorithm for reconstructing the profile of 2D rough surfacesp. 43
On imaging multiple physical parameters in an inverse problems contextp. 51
Noise reduction and 3D visualization of confocal microscopy imagesp. 63
Color filter array design based on a human visual modelp. 73
Inverting color transformsp. 83
Restoration of images with optical aberrations and quantization in a transform domainp. 93
Optimal unsharp mask for image sharpening and noise removalp. 101
A two-stage classifier system for normal mammogram identificationp. 112
Image model : new perspective for image processing and computer visionp. 123
The likelihood term in restoration of transform-compressed imageryp. 134
A Bayesian approach to filter design : detection of compact sourcesp. 145
Design and optimization of computational imaging systemsp. 155
Applications of wavefront-coded imagingp. 163
On optimizing knot positions for multidimensional B-spline modelsp. 175
Time-frequency analysis with best local cosine basesp. 187
Grouping and segmentation in a hierarchy of graphsp. 193
Graph pyramids as models of human problem solvingp. 205
Alternating minimization multigrid algorithms for transmission tomographyp. 216
Multiframe demosaicing and super-resolution from undersampled color imagesp. 222
Linear models for multiframe super-resolution restoration under nonaffine registration and spatially varying PSFp. 234
High-resolution video mosaicing for documents and photos by estimating camera motionp. 246
Mobile robot control for composition of seamless and high-resolution images in libraryp. 254
Color feature and density-based image mosaicing using repeated application of the ICP algorithmp. 262
Using shape distributions as priors in a curve evolution frameworkp. 271
Statistical-model-based identification of complete vessel-tree frames in coronaryp. 283
Shape reconstruction of flexible objects from monocular images for industrial applicationsp. 295
A new flexible parameterizaton for the estimation of 3D shape structure from scattered field datap. 304
Subspace-based analysis of the ERT inverse problemp. 315
Computational image processing for a computer vision system using biomimetic sensors and eigenspace object modelsp. 327
Automatic road extraction based on cross detection in suburbp. 337
Performance analysis of color spaces for optimally fitting the active shape modelp. 345
Global computational algebraic topology approach for diffusionp. 357
Dynamic region-of-interest acquisition and face tracking for intelligent surveillance systemp. 369
Frame interpolation of ultrasound images using optical flowp. 378
Image denoising via fundamental anisotropic diffusion and wavelet shrinkage : a comparative studyp. 387
Digital image interpolation using adaptive Gaussian basis functionsp. 399
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