Rochester, New York, USA
Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Image Processing, ICIP 2002, Rochester, New York, USA, September 22-25, 2002.
IEEE 2002 [ contents
Mary L. Comer
: Conditional replacement for improved coding efficiency in fine-grain scalable video coding.
: Progressive video transmission for packet lossy channels exploiting feedback and unequal erasure protection.
, Yao Wang
: Analysis and improvement of multiple description motion compensation video coding for lossy packet networks.
, Kai-Kuang Ma
: Accurate optical flow estimation using adaptive scale-space and 3D structure tensor.
: Adaptive temporal interpolation using bidirectional motion estimation and compensation.
, Henri Nicolas
: Interactive modifications of video object trajectories in natural video sequences for post-production applications.
: Efficient morphological shape representation by varying overlapping levels between representative disks.
Ricardo L. de Queiroz
: Improved transforms for the compression of color and multispectral images.
, Eric L. Miller
: Adaptive difference of Gaussians to improve subsurface object detection using GPR imagery.
: Fusion of X ray radiographic data and anatomical data in computed tomography.
: Adaptive noise attenuation of seismic image using singular value decomposition and texture direction detection.
: Adaptive interpolation filter for motion compensated prediction.
, Aidong Zhang
: A feature re-weighting approach for relevance feedback in image retrieval.
Armando J. Pinho
: A comparison of methods for improving the lossless compression of images with sparse histograms.
, Sheila S. Hemami
: Efficient partitioning of unequal error protected MPEG video streams for multiple channel transmission.
: Semantic image segmentation using morphological tools.
: A frequency domain algorithm for detection and classification of cyclic and dihedral symmetries in two-dimensional patterns.
: The Mumford-Shah digital filter pair (MS-DFP) and applications.
, Shih-Fu Chang
: Semi-fragile image authentication using generic wavelet domain features and ECC.
: Detecting hidden messages using higher-order statistical models.