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Shape perception in human and computer vision : an interdisciplinary perspective

Author: Sven J Dickinson; Zygmunt Pizlo
Publisher: London : Springer, [2013].
Series: Advances in computer vision and pattern recognition.
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This book presents a comprehensive and authoritative perspective on shape perception in human and computer vision. Rather than focusing purely on the state of the art, the book provides viewpoints from world-class researchers reflecting broadly on the issues that have shaped the field. Drawing upon many years of experience, each contributor discusses the trends followed and the progress made, in addition to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Shape perception in human and computer vision.
London ; New York : Springer, [2013]
(DLC) 2013942018
(OCoLC)839397375
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sven J Dickinson; Zygmunt Pizlo
ISBN: 9781447151951 144715195X
OCLC Number: 852941343
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 502 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: The Role of Mid-Level Shape Priors in Perceptual Grouping and Image Abstraction --
Symmetry is the Sine Qua Non of Shape --
Flux Graphs for 2D Shape Analysis --
An Integrated Bayesian Approach to Shape Representation and Perceptual Organization --
Perceptual Organization of Shape --
Two-Dimensional Shape as a Mid-Level Vision Gestalt --
Shape Priors for Image Segmentation --
Observations on Shape from Shading in Humans --
Deformations and Lighting --
The Shape of Space --
The Visual Hierarchy Mirage --
Natural Selection and Shape Perception --
Shape as an Emergent Property --
Representing 3D Shape and Location --
Joint Registration and Shape Analysis of Curves and Surfaces --
The Statistics of Shape, and Reflectance, and Lighting in Real-World Scenes --
Structure vs. Appearance and 3D vs. 2D --
Visual Shape Perception and Representation --
3D Face Reconstruction from Single Two-Tone and Color Images --
Perception and Action without Veridical Metric Reconstruction --
A Stochastic Grammar for Natural Shapes --
Hard-Wired and Plastic Mechanisms in 3D Shape Perception --
Holistic Shape Recognition --
Shape Processing as Inherently Three-Dimensional --
The Role of Shape in Visual Recognition --
Human Object Recognition --
Shape-Based Object Discovery in Images --
Schema-Driven Influences in Recovering 3D Shape from Motion in Human and Computer Vision --
Detecting, Representing and Attending to Visual Shape --
Toward a Dynamical View of Object Perception --
Modeling Shapes with Higher-Order Graphs: Methodology and Applications --
Multisensory Shape Processing --
Shape-Based Instance Detection under Arbitrary Viewpoint.
Series Title: Advances in computer vision and pattern recognition.
Responsibility: Sven J. Dickinson, Zygmunt Pizlo, editors.
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