The Twenty-Third IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, CVPR 2010, San Francisco, CA, USA, 13-18 June 2010.
San Francisco, CA, USA
Object Recognition I:
, Fei-Fei Li
: Grouplet: A structured image representation for recognizing human and object interactions.
, Fei-Fei Li
: Modeling mutual context of object and human pose in human-object interaction activities.
, Ramakant Nevatia
: High performance object detection by collaborative learning of Joint Ranking of Granules features.
Color, Texture, Illumination and Reflectance
, Na Fan
: Learning from interpolated images using neural networks for digital forensics.
, Jane Mulligan
: Performance evaluation of color correction approaches for automatic multi-view image and video stitching.
Shape Representation and Matching:
, Ruigang Yang
: Learning 3D shape from a single facial image via non-linear manifold embedding and alignment.
Motion and Tracking I:
, Raquel Urtasun
: Combining discriminative and generative methods for 3D deformable surface and articulated pose reconstruction.
, Ko Nishino
: Tracking with local spatio-temporal motion patterns in extremely crowded scenes.
Sparsity and Convex Optimisation + Applications posters
Object Recognition II:
, Fei-Fei Li
: Connecting modalities: Semi-supervised segmentation and annotation of images using unaligned text corpora.
Christoph H. Lampert
: An efficient divide-and-conquer cascade for nonlinear object detection.
Shape from X
: Recovering thin structures via nonlocal-means regularization with application to depth from defocus.
Victor S. Lempitsky
: Surface extraction from binary volumes with higher-order smoothness.
, Gang Xu
: 3D reconstruction of glossy surfaces using stereo cameras and projector-display.
, Daniel G. Aliaga
: High-resolution modeling of moving and deforming objects using sparse geometric and dense photometric measurements.
Motion and Tracking II
, Jie Zhou
: Trajectory matching from unsynchronized videos.
Stereo and Structure from Motion I
, Kyoung Mu Lee
: Monocular SLAM with locally planar landmarks via geometric rao-blackwellized particle filtering on Lie groups.
Object Recognition III:
Statistical Methods and Learning I:
Low-Level Vision / Denoising
: Transform coding for fast approximate nearest neighbor search in high dimensions.
, Yao Lu
: Abrupt motion tracking via adaptive stochastic approximation Monte Carlo sampling.
Video Analysis and Event Recognition
Segmentation and Grouping I:
Object Recognition IV
, Song Chun Zhu
: Learning a probabilistic model mixing 3D and 2D primitives for view invariant object recognition.
Early and Biologically-inspired Vision
, Ying Wu
: Sparsity model for robust optical flow estimation at motion discontinuities.
, Benjamin Bollmann
, Mark Richardson
, Daniel R. Berger
, Moritz Helmstaedter
, Kevin L. Briggman
, Winfried Denk
, Jared B. Bowden
, John M. Mendenhall
, Wickliffe C. Abraham
, Kristen M. Harris
, Narayanan Kasthuri
, Ken J. Hayworth
, Richard Schalek
, Juan Carlos Tapia
, Jeff W. Lichtman
, H. Sebastian Seung
: Boundary Learning by Optimization with Topological Constraints.
Face and Gesture Analysis
Stereo and Structure from Motion II + Medical Image Analysis posters
: Multi-view structure computation without explicitly estimating motion.
, Kim L. Boyer
: Sign ambiguity resolution for phase demodulation in interferometry with application to prelens tear film analysis.
, Jacinto C. Nascimento
: Multiple dynamic models for tracking the left ventricle of the heart from ultrasound data using particle filters and deep learning architectures.
, Amit K. Roy Chowdhury
: Multilinear feature extraction and classification of multi-focal images, with applications in nematode taxonomy.