The present volume contains the proceedings of the Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis, SCIA 2007, held at Hotel Hvide Hus, Aalborg, Denmark, June 10a14, 2007. Initiated in 1979 by Torleiv Orhaug in Sweden, SCIA 2007 represented the 15th in the biennial series of conferences. It is arranged in turn by the Scandi- vian countries of Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Norway, making it a regional conference. However, judging by the nationalities of contributing authors and participants, it is also an international conference. Worldwide, there is no lack of conferences on image analysis. Indeed, hardly a day passes without an announcement of yet another conference. Therefore the pattern recognition societies of the Scandinavian countries take particular pride in being able to continue the SCIA tradition. SCIA has indeed matured over the many years it has been in existence, but in our opinion SCIA has maintained ?- ibility and has been able to adopt and incorporate necessary changes and adju- ments over that time span. An important key to the success of SCIA is the constant and continuing high quality of the scienti?c content. Furthermore, the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the conference itself is well known within the community. The objective to keep in mind must be to continue along those lines.The work reported in this article is based on , and the plaster casts have been scanned by the 3Shape laser scanner, some shown in Figure 1. (a) (b) (c) ... The biggest disadvantage is the time-consuming manual labor needed. Alternativeanbsp;...
|Author||:||Kim S. Pedersen|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-06-05|