Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns: 15th International by Xiaoyi Jiang, Mohammad Dawood, Fabian Gigengack (auth.),

By Xiaoyi Jiang, Mohammad Dawood, Fabian Gigengack (auth.), Richard Wilson, Edwin Hancock, Adrian Bors, William Smith (eds.)

The quantity set LNCS 8047 and 8048 constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifteenth foreign convention on desktop research of pictures and styles, CAIP 2013, held in York, united kingdom, in August 2013. The 142 papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 243 submissions. The scope of the convention spans the next parts: 3D television, biometrics, colour and texture, rfile research, graph-based tools, picture and video indexing and database retrieval, picture and video processing, image-based modeling, kernel tools, scientific imaging, cellular multimedia, model-based imaginative and prescient techniques, movement research, usual computation for electronic imagery, segmentation and grouping, and form illustration and analysis.

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Indeed, Eq. (12) can also be derived from Eq. (6), see [23]. Both registration and optical flow methods give us a powerful tool for solving mass-preserving motion estimation problems. 2 Histogram-Based Optical Flow Multiplicative speckle noise (cf. Figure 1d) is characteristic for diagnostic ultrasound imaging. The origin of speckle are tiny inhomogeneities within the tissue, which reflect ultrasound waves but cannot be resolved by the ultrasound system. , the noise variance directly depends on the underlying signal intensity.

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