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Tracking objects using image disparities

Alistair J Bray
1990 Image and Vision Computing  
It recaptures its position through another model search that uses the reduced disparity information, and a 'best guess' at position, to constrain the size of the search space.  ...  The object is located in the first frame using model-based search.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks go to Dave Hogg and Vaclav Hlavac for help with this research, and their comments on the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0262-8856(90)90049-b fatcat:gaiuaf2y4ffbjpgijbcy3xjdea

Tracking Objects Using Image Disparities

A. J. Bray
1989 Procedings of the Alvey Vision Conference 1989  
It recaptures its position through another model search that uses the reduced disparity information, and a 'best guess' at position, to constrain the size of the search space.  ...  The object is located in the first frame using model-based search.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks go to Dave Hogg and Vaclav Hlavac for help with this research, and their comments on the paper.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.3.14 dblp:conf/bmvc/Bray89 fatcat:462t3tumkjhxvjeaoexxklwdjq

3-D Vision Techniques for Autonomous Vehicles [chapter]

Martial Hebert, Takeo Kanade, InSo Kweon
1990 Springer Series in Perception Engineering  
depends only on the data in image 2, we cannot compute it analytically and have to estimate it from the image data.  ...  This type of reasoning is in general difficult to apply when only video data is used unless one uses stronger models of the objects such as an explicit model of a shadowed road region.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4612-3360-2_7 fatcat:gi3mulpx3rg75a3vxrkrlr37ce

3-D Vision Techniques for Autonomous Vehicles [chapter]

Martial Hebert, InSo Kweon, Takeo Kanade
1990 The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science  
depends only on the data in image 2, we cannot compute it analytically and have to estimate it from the image data.  ...  This type of reasoning is in general difficult to apply when only video data is used unless one uses stronger models of the objects such as an explicit model of a shadowed road region.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-1533-9_8 fatcat:cnkrwfor7ra53jcw55vjvgovgq

A Community-Based Annotation Framework for Linking Solanaceae Genomes with Phenomes

N. Menda, R. M. Buels, I. Tecle, L. A. Mueller
2008 Plant Physiology  
The amount of biological data available in the public domain is growing exponentially, and there is an increasing need for infrastructural and human resources to organize, store, and present the data in  ...  When a locus editor is logged in, the edit and delete links on the locus page become active. Clicking the edit link opens an editable form (Fig.  ...  for contributing to the development of the Solanaceae Phenotype Ontology.  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.108.119560 pmid:18539779 pmcid:PMC2492603 fatcat:idtk3vqar5he7j5756socytbiy

Increasing power for voxel-wise genome-wide association studies: The random field theory, least square kernel machines and fast permutation procedures

Tian Ge, Jianfeng Feng, Derrek P. Hibar, Paul M. Thompson, Thomas E. Nichols
2012 NeuroImage  
Its role in Alzheimer's disease has been widely acknowledged and studied, suggesting the validity of the approach.  ...  In this paper we present a fast implementation of voxel-and cluster-wise inferences based on the random field theory to fully use the spatial information in images.  ...  Model-A plays the role of the SNP of interest that we want to make inference on, and Model-B plays the role of the "No-SNP" model used only to create a RPV image.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.07.012 pmid:22800732 pmcid:PMC3635688 fatcat:2tpy4wwuhzfdnmglfw5bvo6mcy

Explaining #theShoe based on the optimal color hypothesis: The role of chromaticity vs. luminance distribution in an ambiguous image

Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda, Keiji Uchikawa
2021 Vision Research  
The image of #theShoe is a derivative image of #theDress which induces vastly different color experiences across individuals.  ...  The present study specifically aimed to understand what cues in the shoe image caused the ambiguity based on the optimal color hypothesis: our visual system knows the gamut of surface colors under various  ...  In the present study, we restricted our search of candidate illuminants to black-body locus.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2020.10.007 pmid:33278815 pmcid:PMC7116573 fatcat:elonnlfojjdthdvij7jzbb2uiy

Explaining #TheShoe based on the optimal color hypothesis: The role of chromaticity vs. luminance distribution in ambiguous image [article]

Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda, Keiji Uchikawa
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
The image of #theShoe is a derivative image of #theDress which induced vastly different color experiences across individuals.  ...  The present study specifically aimed to understand what cues in the shoe image caused the ambiguity based on the optimal color hypothesis: our visual system knows the gamut of surface colors under various  ...  In the present study, we restricted our search of candidate illuminants to black-body locus.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.06.04.132993 fatcat:crodufsuhfhbbkabhltvqicidy

A model-based approach to the reconstruction of three dimensional arteries from biplane angiograms

S. T. Rake, K. D. Baker, G. D. Sullivan
1990 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 1990  
By developing the process of reconstruction using a hierarchy of generic models, it is possible to build a limited number of plausible reconstructions.  ...  The process avoids the extensive human operator intervention and simplifying assumptions used by other researchers.  ...  The hierarchy of models consists of Connected Pipe Model Pipe Model Ribbon Model Edge Model The edge and ribbon models are used to develop the descriptions of ribbons found in the images.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.4.25 dblp:conf/bmvc/RakeBS90 fatcat:r2dd7ijnofau5kailwnaraouwa

Stereoscopic tracking of bodies in motion

Roberto Cipolla, Yamamoto Masanobu
1990 Image and Vision Computing  
Dense stereo image sequences and the Visualised Locus method [1] [2] (in which each image sequence is first sampled to produce a 2D spatiotemporal cross-section image) are used to ensure temporal correspondence  ...  The algorithm succeeds in tracking objects in space and time moving against arbitrarily complex backgrounds and in the presence of occlusion, disappearance and reappearance of object features.  ...  It uses the 3D interpretation of the feature point velocities to help in the stereo matching process.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0262-8856(90)90061-9 fatcat:7uzbc2eu2rhghphsxaand2cu24

Stereoscopic Tracking of Bodies in Motion

R. Cipolla, M. Yamamoto
1989 Procedings of the Alvey Vision Conference 1989  
Dense stereo image sequences and the Visualised Locus method [1] [2] (in which each image sequence is first sampled to produce a 2D spatiotemporal cross-section image) are used to ensure temporal correspondence  ...  The algorithm succeeds in tracking objects in space and time moving against arbitrarily complex backgrounds and in the presence of occlusion, disappearance and reappearance of object features.  ...  It uses the 3D interpretation of the feature point velocities to help in the stereo matching process.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.3.19 dblp:conf/bmvc/CipollaY89 fatcat:fjjwx5qv2zhazh4jrhhsmcbjkq

Prospective Teachers' Interactive Visualization and Affect in Mathematical Problem-Solving

Inés Mª Gómez-Chacón
2013 The Mathematics Enthusiast  
Basic instrumental knowledge and the application of modeling to generate interactive images, along with the use of analogical visualization, played a role in local affect and prospective teachers' use  ...  with the visualization of geometric loci using GeoGebra.  ...  Arcavi's proposal (Arcavi, 2003: 217) has consequently been adopted: "the ability, the process and the product of creation, interpretation, use of and reflection upon pictures, images, diagrams, in our  ... 
doi:10.54870/1551-3440.1260 fatcat:laczmsisdfdh3onzpay2otbrp4

An Experiment in Model Based Boundary Detection

P. Azzopardi, D. Pycock, C. J. Taylor, A. C. Wareham
1988 Procedings of the Alvey Vision Conference 1988  
The method is illustrated using images of stained transverse sections of skeletal muscle and the adaptability of the model is demonstrated using images of cells of the corneal endothelium which have poor  ...  Cues can be thought of as evidence of structure which may be used in conjunction with models to generate hypotheses about the presence of other structures in the image.  ...  of the model and the total cost associated with a boundary could be used as a figure of merit for the degree of match between the model and its instantiation.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.2.6 dblp:conf/bmvc/AzzopardiPTW88 fatcat:trbh3vzzqvc2volz5kymcpk2iq

Neural Connectivity and Neuropsychological Function

Edith V. Sullivan
2010 Neuropsychology Review  
It also indicates the need for well-founded models for hypothesis testing and data interpretation.  ...  A May 2010 search on "diffusion tensor imaging" in PubMed alone yielded 3537 articles published since its earliest applications in 1994.  ...  Acknowledgment This work was supported by grants from the NIAAA (AA010723, AA017168, AA017923) and NIA (AG017919). Disclosures The author is the editor-in-chief of the journal.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11065-010-9136-8 pmid:20495960 pmcid:PMC2885829 fatcat:che7lk56zfafbalmloq2aoshea

GermOnline, a cross-species community knowledgebase on germ cell differentiation

C. Wiederkehr
2004 Nucleic Acids Research  
The database has been developed, and is being curated and updated, by life scientists in cooperation with bioinformaticists.  ...  GermOnline provides information and microarray expression data for genes involved in mitosis and meiosis, gamete formation and germ line development across species.  ...  We acknowledge initial support of the project by N. Lamb and support of our IT infrastructure by Roger Jenni, F. Roesel and M. Jacquot.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkh055 pmid:14681481 pmcid:PMC308789 fatcat:yr4jomt4dzd5tgc7jf6t6xuhda
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