Contains 36 contributed papers (24 oral presentations, 15 poster presentations, and several invited talks, keynote presentations, and a panel discussion) presenting the work of academic, industrial, and government researchers and practitioners discussing the development of practical and novel application-specific methods and applications of computer vision. Topics include image enhancement, document and image processing and analysis, classification and recognition, novel application domains, medical image analysis, roads and traffic, road and range analysis, 3D modeling, motion and tracking, video applications, and motion and stereo. Somewhat fuzzy, bandw photographs that appear to be simply photocopied. Lacks a subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR Beymer, D. and Konolige K. Real-Time Tracking of Multiple People Using Stereo, IEEE FRAME-RATE Workshop, ... Davis, J. and A. Bobick. The representation and recognition of human movement using temporal templates. In Proc. Comp.
|Title||:||Fifth IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2000-01-01|