Newsletter 28


- A reminder on the Usenet vote
- Update of TC10 WWW homepage
- Subscription to MVA at reduced rate
- Some details about GREC'95
- ICIP95 accepted papers list
- ICCV95 early registration deadline
- Early Registration Deadline extension for Workshop on Rep. Vis. Scenes
- CFP - ISPRS'96

This is a short TC10 news to disseminate rapidly several pieces of
information. Some days ago, I sent out a copy of a Call for Votes for
two Usenet newsgroups on document analysis. Please, please, DON'T SEND
your ballots to the TC10 mailing list. Send them to the
vote-taker. Check your E-mail "To:" field before sending your
mail. Check also that the TC10 mailing list is NOT in the "Cc:" field
or whatever other field leading to the fact that we all receive your

I also take this opportunity to announce that the WWW homepage for
TC10 has been updated. The URL is the same, but feel free to check the
new version and tell me about any errors/omissions/corrections to be
made. It's the WWW URL: http://www.loria.fr/~tombre/tc10.html

I have laso recently received a copy of a letter from the IAPR
president J. Kittler reminding us that reduced subscription rates to
the MVA journal have been offered to IAPR members. This has been
announced twice in the IAPR Newsletter so this is just a
reminder... So if you're active in your local IAPR member society,
please pass on the reminder message...

If you are interested in the coming workshop on graphics recognition,
here are some details (I have included here several excerpts from mails
by Kasturi):

The registration information and instructions for authors are mailed
out to all authors these days, from Pennsylvania State University. The
paper submission deadline has been extended to June 25, 1995. Length
limit for papers is 10 formatted pages.

To make it easier for authors to write their paper, I have written a
template LaTeX file following the instructions to authors. This file
is written for the last version of LaTeX (LaTeX2e) but it shouldn't be
that difficult to adapt it to older versions. The file is available
through anonymous ftp.

Co-authors, program committee members and sponsors should be able to
attend the workshop without paying any registration fee. There will
be a $75 fee for everyone else. Workshop registration fees will
include lunch and banquet and so the expenses would be minimum to
participants (room rates are around $85).

The evaluation protocol for the dashed-line detection contest has been
worked on at prof. Haralick's group. A complete document will be made
available very soon now. Don't forget (if you haven't done it yet) to
"register" for the contest, i.e. to tell the workshop organizers that
you will be participating, in order for us to plan sufficient
equipment and time for everybody to participate.

The program brochure is being printed out these days and will be
mailed out to a large list of people. If you want to get it for
registration, please tell us...

If you're interested (or you submitted) to IEEE ICIP'95, here is the
list of accepted papers:

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7 Reduced Dimension Image Compression for Remotely Distributed Underwater Signal Processing
8 Image Interpretation of Topographic Maps on a Medium Scale via Frame-based Modelling
13 Features for Recognition of Projectively Deformed Point Sets
15 Histogram Modification via Partial Differential Equations
18 Invariant Features of a Blurred Image
19 An Image Reorganization Procedure for Automotive Road Following Systems
22 Towards 3-Dimensional Optical Image Processing
23 Machine Perception and Visualization of Line Images
25 Designing OSED's (Order Statistic Edge Detectors
26 Using Prolog to Implement a Compiler for a Parallel Image Processing Language
29 On Morphological Openings and Closings of Signals in Shaped Noise
31 Architectures for MPEG Compressed Bitstream Scaling
32 Design of Multistage Weighted Order Statistic Filters by A Neural Network
35 Objective Picture Quality Scale for Color Image Coding
38 3D Vision from 2D Images
39 Halftoning Using Statistical Methods
40 Estimating Adaptive Kernels from Local Image Grey Value Changes
43 On the Morphological Analysis of Binary Random Fields
45 Detection of Virus Particles in Noisy Spot-Scan Electron Cryomicroscopy Images
50 Novel Fast Block Motion Estimation in Feature Subspace
59 Low Bit Rate Model-Assisted H.261-Compatible Coding of Video
60 An Universal Algorithm for Grey Level, Color, and Texture Image Segmentation
66 Image Restoration Using Layered Neural Networks and Hopfield Networks
74 Analysis and Classification of Myocardial Tissue With the Wavelet Image Extension
80 An Efficient Heuristic-cased Motion Estimation Algorithm
81 Image Sequence Coding Using a Contour-based Method
82 A New Stabilized Zero-Crossing Representation in the Wavelet Transform Domain and Signal Reconstruction
83 High-Resolution Image Acquisition Based on Temporal Integration with Hierarchical Estimation of Image Warping
84 Global Motion Segmentation for Mid-level Representation of Moving Images
85 A Rational Edge-preserving Smoother
89 Object Oriented Motion and Deformation Estimation Using Composite Segmentation
92 Weighted Universal Transform Coding: Universal Image Compression with Karhunen Loeve Transform
93 Adaptive Overlapping Approach for DCT-Based Motion Estimation
94 Neural Implementation of Arma type Filters for Image Restoration
96 On Ill-posed Anisotropic Diffusion Models
97 Neural Network Vector Predictors with Application to Image Coding
98 Entropy-constrained predictive Residual Vector Quantization of Digital Images
110 Morphological Contour Coding Using Distance Functions Optimized by Genetic Algorithms
111 Motion Estimation and Segmentation by Fuzzy Clustering
112 A Multiple Person Eye Contact (MPEC) Teleconferencing System
113 Analysis of the Optical Array Imaging System and Construction of An Adaptive Focusing Algorithm
115 Adaptive Gabor Image Transformation: Application in Scientific Visualization
119 An Error Analysis of Camera Translation Direction Estimation from Optical Flow Using Linear Constraints
120 A Modified Dichromatic Reflection Model for an Analysis of Interreflection
122 Vector Quantization by Packing of Embedded Truncated Lattices
123 Determination of Singular Points in 2D Deformable Flow Fields
125 Variable Resolution Markov Modeling of Signal Data for Image Compression
126 Variable Decay Rate Histogram Modeling for Image Compression
127 A Recursive Nonlinear Filter for Removal of Impulse Noise
128 Smooth Surface Reconstruction From Image Sequences
129 Using Multiple Coaxial Images for Determining the Focal Gradient in a Range Camera
133 Multivariate MTM Filters - Analysis and Design Options
134 Non-iterative Multiple Motion Estimation Using Harmonic Retrieval Techniques
135 Estimating Image Motion from Motion Smear; a Sensor System and Extensions
136 Projection Estimation in 3D PET Reconstruction: a Statistical Evaluation
137 Recovery of Human Facial Features Using Uncalibrated Cameras
138 Perceptual Optimization of Image Coding Algorithms
142 Color Image Analysis Using Fuzzy Set Theory
144 Image Smoothing Based on Pixel Grouping
151 Regularisation of the Limited Data Computed Tomography Problem via the Boundary Element Method
152 Two-Dimensional Periodic Digital Filters
153 Statistical Classification and Segmentation of Biomolecular Surfaces
155 Lenticular Autostereoscopic Imaging and Displaying Techniques With No Special Glasses
156 An Image Enhancement Technique Based on the FIRE Operator
160 A Pyramid Algorithm for Fast Fractal Image Compression
165 Segmenting Internal Structures in 3D MR Images of the Brain by Markovian Relaxation on a Watershed Based Adjacency Graph
166 Combining Vector Median and Vector Directional Filters: The Directional-Distance Filters
168 Nonlinear Image Restoration Using FFT-based Conjugate Gradient Methods
173 Parallel Complexity of the Medial Axis Computation
174 Computing the Medial Axis Transform in Parallel with 0 (1) Scan Operations
175 The Optical Tomographic Method in Medicine
176 Development of a VLSI Chip for Real Time MPEG-2 Video Decoder
177 Spatiotemporal Model-Based Optic Flow Estimation
178 Spatio-temporal Segmentation Based on Motion and Static Segmentation
179 Local Orthogonal Bases
181 Subband Adaptive Regularization Method for Removing Blocking Effect
184 Multigrid Adaptive Image Processing
185 Constrained and General Dynamic Rate Shaping of Compressed Digital Video
187 Comparison of Wavelet Transform Features for Texture Image Annotation
189 Metamerism in Image Operator Families
194 Visual Masking and The Design of Magnetic Resonance Image Acquisition
196 True-Velocity Duplex Imaging Using A Single Transducer
200 Recognition of Handwritten Persian/Arabic Numerals by Shadow Coding and a Probabilistic Neural Network
201 Curvature Measurement of 3D Objects: Evaluation and Comparison of Three Methods
203 Vector Restoration for Video Coding
204 Novel Contrast Pyramid Coding of Images
206 Detecting and Estimating Structure Regularity of Soft-Tissue Organs from Ultrasound Images
207 Wavelet Transform Matched Filters for The Detection and Classification of Microcalcifications in Mammograms
212 Automatic Aircraft Landing Using Interferometric Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging
216 Design of 2-D State-Space Digital Filters with Powers-of-Two Coefficients Based on a Genetic Algorithm
221 Low Bit Rate Video Coding Based on Generalized Prediction of the Pyramid Subband Decomposition
222 Use of Space Filling Curves In Fast Encoding of VQ Images
224 Coherent Array Imaging with Sparse Arrays
235 3D Super-Resolution Using Generalized Sampling Expansion
236 Contextual Vector Quantization Modeling of Handprinted Chinese Character Recognition
238 Rate-Distortion Performance for Joint Source and Channel Coding of Images
239 Estimation of Nonuniform Image Motion Parameters in the Presence of Noise Using the EM Algorithm
241 Radar Imaging of Three-Dimensional Surfaces Using Limited Data
246 Error Diffusion with Ink Reduction for High Quality and High Resolution Ink Jet Printing
247 Errors in the Estimation of Gradient Direction using IIR and FIR Implementations
248 Variable Block Size Lapped Transforms
250 Robust Shape Description and Recognition by Gradient Propagation
255 Optimal DSNR Detector for Ramp Edges
256 Analysis of Functional Magnetic Resonance Images by Wavelet Decomposition
259 A New Programmable VLSI Architecture for Histogram and Statistics Computation in Different Windows
260 Image Modeling and Restoration Through Contagion Urn Schemes
261 GMRF Models and Wavelet Decomposition for Texture Segmentation
267 Fractal Color Image Compression Using Vector Distortion Measure
268 Inverse Halftoning of Scanned Images
269 Adaptive Piecewise Linear Bits Estimation Model for MPEG Based Video Coding
271 Scalable Coding Schemes Based on DCT and MC Prediction
276 Modeling and Design of Multidimensional Vector-Quantized M-Channel Subband Codecs
277 Moire Based Matching Technique
282 Time-efficient Computations for Topological Functions in 3D Images
283 Segmentation of Molecular Surfaces Based on Their Convex Hull
284 Image Enhancement Based on Fuzzy Logic
286 Evaluation of Edge Detectors Performances with a Discrete Expression of Canny's Criteria
289 Novel Fractal Image Compression Method with Non-iterative Decoder
290 Non-iterative Postprocessing Technique for Transform Coded Image Sequence
291 Near-Lossless Image Compression: Minimum-Entropy, Constrained-Error DPCM
293 A Hierarchical Neural Network Architecture That Learns Target Context: Applications to Digital Mammography
300 A Bayesian Method for Triangulation
301 Receiver Operating Curves and Optimal Bayesian Operating Points
302 Constrained Monotone Regression of Receiver Operating Curves and Histograms Using Splines and Polynomials
303 On Comparing the Performance of Object Recognition System
304 Tracking Human Motion in an Indoor Environment
305 Combining Symbolic with Numeric Attributes In Multi-class Object Recognition Problems
307 Synthesis of Virtual Views Using non-Lambertian Reflectivity Models and Stereo Matching
309 Motion Based Image Segmentation for Video Coding
310 A Multi-Resolution Approach for Imaging Hydraulic Conductivity
312 Image Coding with Wavelet Representations, Edge Information and Visual Masking
316 Three-Dimensional Fractal Video Coding
317 Motion Estimation and Representation of Arbitrarily Shaped Image Regions
318 An Efficient Watershed Algorithm Suitable for Parallel Implementation
321 Tree Pruning Strategy in Automated Detection of Coronary Trees in Cineangiograms
322 Measures of Information Content for Computerized Ionospheric Tomography
323 A New Iterative Algorithm for Ionospheric Tomography
325 Qualitative Comparison of Visual Models in an Iterative Halftoning Procedure
326 A Wavelet Video Coder Using Entropy-Coded Trellis Coded Quantization
327 Genetic Algorithms for Object Recognition in a Complex Scene
328 Optimizing Bit-plane Context-dependent Entropy Coding for Palettized Images
329 Ultrasound Speckle Reduction by Directional Median Filtering
331 Summetric Wavelet Edge Detector of the Minimum Length
332 Cardiac SPECT Restoration using MR-based Support Constraints
333 Reconstruction from the Multi-Component AM-FM Image Representation
334 A Scalable Wavelet Image Coding Scheme Using Multi-Stage Pruned Tree-Structured Vector Quantization
335 Acoustic Driven Viseme Identification for Face Animation
336 3-D Video Compositing: Toward a Compact Representation for Video Sequences
337 Content-Based Video Sequence Representation
338 Multi-Frequency Eddy Current Image Processing Techniques for Nondestructive Evaluation
339 Preprocessing of Video Signals
341 Binocular Motion and Structure Estimation from Long-Sequence Rotational Flows Without Correspondence
344 MRF-based Motion Segmentation Exploiting a 2D Motion Model Robust Estimation
345 The Steerable Pyramid: A Flexible Architecture for Multi-Scale Derivative Computation
346 Selection of Observations in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging
348 A Lattice Vector Quantizer with Polytopal Boundary
350 Reconstruction of a High-Resolution Image by Simultaneous Registration, Restoration, and Interpolation of Low-Resolution Images
351 DVF Estimation in the Presence of Noise Using Accurate Gradient Estimation
352 Regularized Motion Estimation Using Robust Entropic Functionals
354 A Wavelet Based Edge Detector
356 Optimizing Wavelet Transform Based on Supervised Learning for Detection of Microcalcifications in Digital Mammograms
357 Congestion Control for Data Partitioned MPEG-2 Video Transmission Over ATM based Networks
358 Interactive and Intuitive Segmentation of Volumetric Data: The Segment VIEW System and the Kooshball Algorithm
360 Stochastic Formulations of Optical Flow Algorithms under Variable Brightness Conditions
362 Adaptive 3-D Segmentation Algorithms for Microscope Images Using Local In-focus, and Contrast Features: Application to PAP Smears
363 An Improved Watershed Algorithm for Counting Objects in Noisy, Anisotropic 3-D Biological Images
364 Real-Time Image Processing Algorithms for an Automated Retinal Laser Surgery System
366 Focus of Attention (FOA) Identification from Compressed Video for Automatic Target Recognition (ATR)
367 A Gradient-Based Rate Control Algorithm with Applications to MPEG Video
369 Multiresolution Video Compression Using Wavelet Transform and Motion Compensation
371 A New Approach to Aperture Synthesis Using Frequency Diversity Imaging
372 Nonlinear Filtering Using Generalized Subband Decomposition
373 Wavelet Transform and Bit-Plane Encoding
375 Automatic EO/IR Sensor Image Registration
376 A Statistically-Based, Two Stage Method for Image Formation from Scattered Radiation
378 Software Only Scalable Video Delivery System for Multimedia Applications over Hetrogeneous Networks
379 Compression Based on Tree Structured Vector Quantization of Perceptually Weighted Generic Block, Lapped, and Wavelet Transforms
380 Strategy for Shape-Based Image Analysis
381 Video Transport in Wireless ATM
382 Video Coding with 3D-DCT and Motion Compensation
383 Coding for Content: Enhanced Resolution from Coding
386 Face Location in Wavelet Based Video Compression for High Perceptual Quality Videoconferencing
387 Adaptive Quantization with Spatial Constraints in Subband Video Compression Using Wavelets
389 A Fast Algorithm for Video Parsing Using MPEG Compressed Sequences
390 Multiresolution Sequential Edge Linking
391 Multiresolution using Multisplines for Image Compression
392 A Neural Network for Breast Cancer Detection using Fuzzy Entropy Approach
394 Digital Diffusion Network for Image Segmentation
395 Vector Quantization of Images Using L_\infinity Distortion Measure
397 A Subspace Method for Maximum Likelihood Target Detection
398 Improved Decoding of Compressed Images Received over Noisy Channels
399 Parallel Computation of Sequential Pixel Updates in Statistical Tomographic Reconstruction
400 Iterative Multi-scale Registration Without Landmarks
401 Combined Fourier/Diagonal Preconditioning Methods for Image Reconstruction in Emission Tomography
402 Object-oriented Coding Using Successive Motion Field Segmentation and Estimation
403 Localized Wavelet Based Computerized Tomography
404 Scalable High-definition Video Coding
405 Syntax-based Arithmetic Video Coding for Very Low Bitrate Visual Telephony
406 3D Head Pose Computation from 2D Images: Templates Versus Features
409 Pyramid-Based Texture Analysis/Synthesis
412 Embedded Pyramid Coding of Displaced Frame Differences
414 Model-Based Obstacle Detection From Image Sequences
417 Image Registration Using Both Distance and Angle Information
418 Sequential Processing of SAR Phase History Data for Rapid Detection
419 A Theory of Parameter-Dependent Connected Components of Gray Images and Segmentation
421 A 3-D Robust Range Feature Extraction Tool for Industrial Automation Applications
422 Image Fusion Using Steerable Dyadic Wavelet Transform
423 Multi-Resolution Recursive Video Coding
424 Adaptive Methods for Dithering Color Images
426 A New Error Criterion for Block Based Motion Estimation
427 Constrained Image Recovery in a Product Space
433 Adaptive Multichannel Distance Filters
436 Direct Enumeration and Size Distribution of Soil Bacteria Using Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy and Image Analysis
442 Edge Detection Operators for Angular Data
443 Three Dimensional Subband Video Transmission Through Mobile Satellite Channels
450 Application of the Cluster Approximation for the Simultaneous Restoration and Segmentation of Tomographic Images
451 Reconstruction of Viruses from Solution X-Ray Scattering Data
453 A Theoretical Study on an Accurate Reconstruction of Multiview Images Based on the Viterbi Algorithm
456 A Sequential Algorithm for Motion Estimation from Point Correspondences with Intermittent Occlusions
459 Regularized Normalized Total Least-Squares Restoration from Partially
Known Space-Varying Blur for Tomographic Reconstruction
460 DCT and Wavelet Based Representations of Arbitrarily Shaped Image Segments
461 Spatiotemporal Junction Analysis for Motion Boundary Detection
463 Statistical Properties of Prediction Error Images in Motion Compensated Interlaced Image Coding
464 Explicit Link Between Local Fractal Transform and Multiresolution Transform
465 Generalized Interpolators for Advanced Movement-Compensated 50Hz - 60Hz Conversion ofInterlaced Sequences
466 Optical Flow Techniques Applied to Video Coding
467 A Decoding Method for Reducing Vector Quantization Complexity
468 An Adaptive Rate Allocation Scheme for Subband Compression
470 Modeling Center of Image Trajectory Under Changing Focal Length
472 A Data Fusion Approach to Tumor Delineation
475 Fractal Dimension Estimation Using Continuous Alternating Sequential Filter Pyramid
476 Estimation of Fractal Dimension Using Alternating Sequential Filters
483 Object Segmentation in Active Mesh Representation of Videos: Comparison of Parallel and Sequential Approaches
486 Three Dimensional Adaptive Wavelet Packet for Video Compression
489 Region-Adaptive Transform Based on a Stochastic Model
490 Motion Estimation for Region-Based Video Coding
492 Unsupervised Segmentation of Dual-echo MR Images By a Sequentially Learned Gaussian Mixture Model
493 Depth-from-motion Estimation Based on a Multiscale Analysis of Motion Constraint Equation Validity
495 Motion Compensation of Motion Vectors
496 Layered Transmission of Video Over Power-Constrained Wireless Channels
497 An Optimization of MPEG to Maximize Subjective Quality
498 Relaxation Labeling Using Lagrange Multipliers and Hopfield Network
501 Enhancement of JPEG Coded Images by Adaptive Spatial Filtering
504 Inexhaustive Region Segmentation by Robust Clustering
515 A Markov Random Field For Linear Structure Extraction in Pavement Distress Image Analysis
516 Spatio-temporal Segmentation of Image Sequences for Object-oriented Low Bit Rate Image Coding
523 Object-Based 3-D Motion and Structure Estimation
526 Image Interpolation Using a Simple Gibbs Random Field Model
528 Highly Efficient Coding Schemes for Contour Line Drawings
529 Modelling and Restoration of Multilook Correlated Speckled Images
530 Color Image Restoration and Parameter Estimation in a Multiresolution Framework
533 Extraction of Facial Sketch Images and Expression Transformation Based on FACS
534 Embedded Zerotree Based Lossless Image Coding
536 Affine Motion Estimation Using Neural Network
538 Restoration of Historic Film for Digital Compression: A Case Study
539 Progressive Video Coding for Storage Applications
540 Zero-Crossings of a Non-orthogonal Wavelet Transform for Complex Object Location
541 Interferometric Image Reconstruction as a Nonlinear Bayesian Estimation Problem
543 An Asymmetric Lossless Image Compression Technique
545 Optimum Linear Approximation of the Euclidean Norm to Speed Up Vector Median Filtering
546 Rate Control for Video Coding Over Variable Bit Rate Channels with Applications to Wireless Transmission
548 Single Color Extraction and Image Query
549 Maximum Likelihood Hyperparameter Estimation of Gibbs Priors for Bayesian Inverse Problems in Image Processing
550 Joint Source Channel Coding of Images with Trellis Coded Quantization and Convolutional Codes
552 Adaptive Block Matching Motion Estimation Algorithm Using Bit-Plane Matching
554 Two-dimensional Object-based Coding Using Irregular Meshes, Layered Motion Representation, and Temporal Tracking
555 Image Resizing in the Discrete Cosine Transform Domain
556 A New Frame Interpolation Scheme for Talking Head Sequences
557 Differences Between an Object-based Analysis-synthesis Coder Based on the Source Model of Moving Flexible 2D-Objects and a Block-based Hybrid Coder Based on TMN4
560 Figure-ground Separation by a Neural Dynamic System
561 Region-based Stereo Image Coding
562 Toward a Robust Parametric Identification of Motion on Regions of Arbitrary Shape by Non-linear Optimization
563 Data-rate Constrained Lattice Vector Quantization: A New Quantizing Algorithm in a Rate-Distortion Sense
564 Estimating Cardiac Motion from Image Sequences Using Recursive Comb Filtering
565 Detection and Labeling of Retinal Vessels for Longitudinal Studies
566 Computationally Fast Bayesian Recognition of Complex Objects Based on Mutual Algebraic Invariants
568 A New Method for Camera Motion Parameter Estimation
571 Surface Generation for Virtual Reality Displays with a Limited Polygonal Budget
572 Efficient Implementations of Steerable-Scalable Filters
576 Matching Pursuit of Images
577 Real Time Image Enhancements for Both Text and Color Photo Images
578 On the Use of Duration-Corrected N-best Hypotheses in Classification and Minimum Error Rate Training for Document Recognition
579 New Robust Image Operators and Applications in Automatic Facial Feature Analysis
580 Joint Source/Channel Coding for Multicast Packet Video
581 The Role of Feature Visibility Constraints in Perspective Alignment
584 Multi-Channel Restoration of Electron Micrographs
586 Region Segmentation Using Edge Based Circle Growing
588 Multiscale Geometrical Feature Extraction and Object Recognition with Wavelets and Morphology
589 Multiresolution Model Development for Overlapping Trees via Canonical Correlation Analysis
593 A Novel Volumetric Features Extraction Technique, with Applications to Biomedical Images
599 Adaptive Binary Vector Quantization Using Hamming Codes
601 The Polynomial Phase Difference Operator for Modeling of Nonhomogeneous Images
602 Key Extraction by Image Differentiation
603 Image Processing Techniques for Bone Image Analysis
609 3-D Shape Recovery of Hybrid Reflectance Surface Using Indirect Diffuse Illumination
612 Construction and Properties of B-spline Wavelet Filters for Multiscale Edge Detection
613 A New Approach to Object Recognition in Textured Images
614 Statistical Evaluation of Fractal Coding Schemes
616 Convex Shape Reconstruction From Noisy Ray Probe Measurements
619 Image Enhancement Using Watershed-Based Maximum Homogeneity Filtering
620 Compression of Palettized Images by Color
623 Use of Boundary-Orthogonal Two-Dimensional Functions for Blocking Artifacts Reduction in Image Coding
626 A New Stochastic Projection-Based Image Recovery Method
627 Fast Image Search Using A Multiscale Stochastic Model
628 A Block Shift-Variant Blur Model for Recovering Depth from Defocused Images
631 One-Pass Vector Quantizer Design by Sequential Pruning of Training Data
634 M.F.A.S.T.: A Single Chip Highly Parallel Architecture for Image Processing
637 Composite Phase and Phase-Based Gabor Element Aggregation
638 Error Bound for Multi-stage Synthesis of Narrow Bandwidth Gabor Filters
639 Dynamic Imaging by Object Modeling and Estimation
640 Partially Coherent Ultrasonic Imaging
641 Chroma Coding for Video at Very Low Bit Rates
642 On Estimating 3-D Incompressible Motion
643 Nonlinear Constrained Least Squares Estimation to Reduce Artifacts in Block Transform-Coded Images
645 Variable Dimension Quantization in the Transform Domain
646 Evaluation and Synthesis of Wavelet Image Coders
647 A New Quadtree Predictive Image Coder
650 Buffer Constraints in a Variable-rate Packetized Video System
652 On Merging Hidden Markov Models with Deformable Templates
653 A Classification Method for Adaptive Transform Image Coding
655 Efficient Edge-Preserving Regularization for Limited-Angle Tomography
656 Spatio-Temporal Filters for Transparent Motion Segmentation
657 Spectral Segmentation and Multiple Frequency-Band Tomographic Backward Propagation Technique for High-Resolution Sonar Imaging
661 Fast Exposure Simulation for Large Circuit Patterns in Electron Beam Lithography
664 Invariant Property of Contour: VPIUD for Arbitrary Images
668 Wavetool: An Integrated Software for Wavelet and Multirate Signal Processing
669 Low Bit Rate Colour Fractal Video
670 Feature Point Identification and Regional Registration in Sequences of Non-Structured Texture Images
677 Automated Facial Conformation for Model-Based Videophone Coding
681 Wavelet-based Cosine Crossings of Signals
682 Optimal Bit Allocations for Lossless Video Coders: Motion Vectors vs. Difference Frames
684 Inverting Input Scanner Vibration Errors
685 A Mixed Triangular and Quadrilateral Partition for Fractal Image Coding
691 Two Dimensional Motion Vector Coding for Videophone Applications
692 Recognition of Two Dimensional Objects Based on Novel Generalized Hough Transform
694 A Grey Scale Morphological Approach for Displaced Frame Difference Coding
695 Disparity Estimation for Stereo Sequences Based on Adaptive Size Hierarchical Block Matching
696 Thin Nets and Crest Lines: Application to Satellite Data and Medical Images
699 2-D Mesh Tracking with Application to Synthetic Transfiguration
700 Interpolation and Extrapolation for Accurate Color Measurement
703 Sensor Fusion via Expectation-Maximization (EM) on Hierarchical DBNN
706 Rate-Distortion-Constrained Statistical Motion Estimation for Video Coding
707 Part-Based Bayesian Recognition Using Implicit Polynomial Invariants
709 Segmentation of Magnetic Resonance Brain Image: Integrating Region Growing and Edge Detection
713 Dynamic Histogram Warping of Image Pairs for Constant Image Brightness
716 A Ratio Edge Detector For Speckled Images Based on Maximum Strength Edge Pruning
717 Speech-Assisted Lip Synchronization in Audio-Visual Communications
718 Optimal Quadtree for Variable Block Size Motion Estimation
719 A Fast and Area-Efficient VLSI Architecture for Embedded Image Coding
722 Mathematical Analysis of MPEG Compression Capability and Its Application to Optimum Bit Allocation
724 A Hybrid Filter for Image Enhancement
725 Region-of-Interest Tomography Using the Wavelet Transform and Angular Harmonics
727 2-D Blind Deconvolution by Partitioning into Coupled 1-D Problems Using Discrete Radon Transforms
729 Optimal Texture Filtering
730 Subband Image Coding Using a Fixed-Rate Lattice Vector Quantizer
731 Lossy Encoding of Motion Vectors Using Entropy-Constrained Vector Quantization
735 Exploiting the Common Structure of some Edge linking Algorithms: an Experimental Study
736 Illumination Invariant Object Recognition
740 Morphological Interpolation for Texture Coding
741 Interpolation and Extrapolation of Image Partitions Using Fourier Descriptors: Application to Segmentation-based Coding Schemes
742 An Efficient Technique of Texture Representation in Segmentation-Based Coding Schemes
744 Temporal Frame Interpolation for Stereoscopic Sequences Using Object-based Motion Estimation and Occulsion Detection
746 Motion Field Prediction and Restoration for Low Bit-Rate Video Coding
747 Sensor-Fusion for Robust Identification of Persons: A Field Test
748 Image Filtering Techniques and VLSI Architectures for Efficient Data Extraction in Shell Rendering
751 Wavelet Based Image Coding via Morphological Prediction of Significance
752 Space-Frequency Tree Segmentations for Image Coding Using Space-Varying Wavelet Packets
754 Depth Extraction Using Lateral or Axial Camera Motion: An Integration of Depth from Motion and Stereo
763 Temporal Image Fusion
764 Semantic Graph and ARC Consistency in "True" Three Dimensional Image Labeling
768 Effectiveness of Spatially-Variant Apodization for Imaging
774 Convex MRF Potential Functions
775 Video Compression By Motion-Partitioned Adaptive Block Matching
783 Image Coding in the Context of a Psychovisual Image Representation with Vector Quantization
785 A Method for Parallel Skeletonization of Images
789 The Stability of Certain Image Restoration Problems: Quantitative
800 On the Use of (Lapped) Multiple Transforms in Still Image Compression
803 A Rigid POCS Extension To A Poisson Super-Resolution Algorithm
806 Foreground/Background Segmentation of Color Images by Integration of Multiple Cues
812 Groups, fixed sets, symmetries, and invariants
814 3D Pose Estimation and Shape Coding of Moving Objects Based on Statistical Morphological Skeleton
819 A New Center-biased Search Algorithm for Block Motion Estimation
821 Simultaneous Noise Reduction and SAR Image Data Compression Using Best Wavelet Packet Bases
827 Extended Permutation Filters and Their Application to Image Edge Enhancement
828 Optimal Soft-Thresholding for Wavelet Transform Coding
830 Projection-Based Eigenvector Decomposition for Reduction of Blocking Artifacts of DCT Coded Image
831 Color Image Retrieval Based on Hidden Markov Models
833 Optimal Techniques for Video Algorithm/Architecture Matching and System Level Transformations
834 Differential Coding with a Modified Feedback Loop
835 Simultaneous Motion Parameter Estimation and Image Segmentation Using the EM Algorithm
837 Study of the Subjective Performance of a Range of MPEG-2 Encoders
844 A 2-D Interpolative Algorithm for Helical Computed Tomography
851 The Extended Optimum Interpolatory Approximation of Multi-Dimensional Signals
854 Sign Language Recognition Using Model-Based Tracking and Neural Network
857 Better Codebooks and Faster Convergence in VQ Design
858 Wavelets and Image Fusion
863 Parallel Algorithms for 3D Multi-Level Median Filtering with Motion Compensation
868 Spatial Scalable HDTV Coding
869 Parallel Programmable Video Co-Processor Design
870 On the Extraction of DC Sequence from MPEG Compressed Video
871 Efficient Matching and Clustering of Video Shots
872 Coding of Arbitrarily-Shaped Regions
873 Multiscale Halftoning by Dot Distribution
875 Necessary Optimality Conditions for Block-Based Motion Compensation in a Video Coding System
876 Synthesis and Selection of Low Power, High Throughput, Low Latency, and Low Area DCT Full Custom Designs using Behavioral Synthesis Tool-based Algorithm Space Exploration
877 Detection of Microcalcifications in Mammograms Using Eyetrack Data
878 An Intelligent Perception System for Food Quality Inspection Using Colour Analysis
879 Efficient Algorithms for Three-Dimensional Filtering and Linear Prediction
882 Subpixel Estimation of Normal Displacements Along Contours Using MRF Models
883 A New Way of Image Data Fusion: The Multi-spectral Cooperative Segmentation
885 An Algorithm for Recovering Object Surfaces From Viewed Changes in Surface Texture Patterns
888 Nonlinear Surface Reconstruction: Imaging Topography of Small-Scale Water Waves
890 Entropy Constrained Lattice Vector Quantization
891 Nonlinear Image Processing: Modeling and Fast Algorithm for Regularization with Edge Detection
892 Perceptual Embedded Image Coding Using Wavelet Transforms
893 3D Boundary Extraction of the Left Ventricle by a Deformable Model with a Priori Information
894 Finding of Optimal Stack Filter by Using Graphic Searching Methods
895 2D Phase-Independent Local Features for Texture Segmentation
898 Convergence of an Iterative Design Algorithm for JPEG Quantization Tables
899 Fuzzy Color Edge Extraction by Inference Rules Quantitative Study and Evaluation of Performances
900 Hierarchical Coding of Motion Vector Fields
904 Rate Conversion of MPEG Coded Video by Re-quantization Process
907 Space Curve Recognition Based on The Wavelet Transform and String-Matching Techniques
910 A Pseudo-Distance Measure for 2D Shapes Based on Turning Angle
914 Representing Plane Closed Curves with Hartley Descriptors
917 A Simulation Tool of Parallel Architectures for Digital Image Processing Applications Based on SLX Processors
920 Edge Behavior of Error Diffusion
932 Image Segmentation by Local Entropy Methods
933 Scalable Video Compression with Motion Compensated Prediction
936 Quantitative Methods of Evaluating Image Segmentation
937 Robust Edge Detection in Noisy Images Using an Adaptive Stochastic Gradient Technique
943 A Neuromagnetic Source Distribution Estimation Using MRI Information
945 A Fast Approximate Algorithm for Scaling Down Digital Images in the DCT Domain
946 Ultra-High-Speed Digital Filtering Algorithm for Video Signal Processing
949 An Approach for Detecting Blood Vessel Diseases from Cone-Beam CT Images
950 Multichannel Segmentation of Magnetic Resonance Cerebral Images Based on Neural Networks
952 Shape Spectral Analysis for Recognition of 3D Objects with Free-Form Surfaces
953 Detecting Straight Edges in Millimeter-Wave Images
956 Multi-level Pixel Difference Classification Methods
957 A Neural Network Based Face Recognition System
966 A Neural Approach to Optical Image Reconstruction
968 Multicahnnel Permutation Filters
971 Language Identification for Printed Text Independent of Segmentation
972 Wavelet Transform Synthetic Texture VQ Coding of SAR Imagery
973 Image Interpretation Using Contextual Feedback
977 A Lossless Morphological Sampling Scheme for Segmented Image Compression
979 Optimal Coding of Video Sequence over ATM Networks
982 A Robust Adaptive Scaled Function Weighted Order (SPWO) Filter for Nonlinear Image Restoration
986 Combined Description of Shape and Motion in an Object Coding Scheme using Curved Triangles
987 Quantitative Evaluation of Detail-preserving and Noise-removal Abilities of Morphological Filters
997 Texture Synthesis with Bussgang Techniques
999 A Color Halftoning Algorithm for Low-bit Flat Panel Displays
1000 Electronic Image Stabilization Using Multiple Visual Cues
1001 Stereo-Correspondence Using Gabor Logons and Neural Networks
1002 Multiresolution Image Registration
1004 Computation of Skeleton by Partial Differential Equation
1005 Nonlinear Edge Enhancement
1009 Multiresolution Image Compression With BSP Trees and Multi-Level Block Truncation Coding
1010 Supervised Learning of Smoothing Parameters in Image Restoration by Regularizaion Under Cellular Neural Networks Framework

ICCV'95 is also nearing. Deadline for early registration is May 15th:
>From: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (W. Eric L. Grimson)
>Subject: ICCV deadline approaching

This is a reminder that the deadline for early registration
for ICCV 95 is May 15. Fees for registration are:

Conference Registration: Member NonMember Student
Early Fee if paid before May 15 $365 $455 $200
Fee if paid after May 15 $440 $550 $250

Workshop Registration
Context Based Vision $80

Physics-Based Modeling in Computer Vision
Early Fee if paid before May 15 $100 $125 $60
Fee if Paid after May 15 $125 $155 $80

Representations of Visual Scenes
Early Fee if paid before May 15 $80 $100 $40
Fee if Paid after May 15 $100 $125 $70

Visual Information Management No Fee

Shape and Pattern Matching in Computational Biology

To register for the Conference, please complete and return the
registration form with payment to the MIT Conference
Services Office, Room 7-111, Cambridge, MA 02139 USA. The fee may be
paid by check or money order made payable in US currency to the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology or via credit card with the
appropriate information provided. Persons paying via Mastercard or
VISA may do so via fax at 617-253-7002. Your registration will be
confirmed upon receipt. Details regarding on-site registration and
transportation directions will be included with the registration

Electronic copies of the registration material will be provided
upon request

Early registration deadline for the workshop on representation of
Visual Scences is now extended to June 1st:
>From: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (P. Anandan x3249)
>Subject: Early Registration Deadline extension for Workshop on Rep. Vis. Scenes


Since our program is not expected to be completely defined before May 15, we
are extending the early registration deadline for the IEEE Workshop on
Representations of Visual Scenes to June 1. We will announce the program via
email around May 15. Please spread the word.

Registration fees for the IEEE Workshop on Representations of Visual Scenes:

Member NonMember Student
Early Fee if paid before June 1 $80 $100 $40
Fee if Paid after June 1 $100 $125 $70

P. Anandan
for the organizing committee

Although at first glance ISPRS congresses may not seem to be the best
known for many people in our graphics recognition community, there is
quite some activity (especially on the analysis of maps and its
combination with other information such as aerial images, remote
sensing, elevation models, ...) which is related to graphics
recognition, among people active in photogrammetry and remote
sensing. So I include a CFP for this congress:
>From: Mark Shortis <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. >
>Subject: ISPRS 1996 Congress - CFP#2

Dear Colleague(s),

This is to certify (again) that you are on the mailing list concerning ISPRS
Congress 1996. For further information look from time to time to the home
page of the WWW with the browser - URL


The announcement for exhibitors is printed. For requests please use my email.

***The Second Announcement is being printed (for distribution from May
1995 onwards) where you will find all the necessay information, the forms
for registration, hotel reservation, and also the call for papers, and the
Form for Abstracts. It will inform you about details.YOU ARE ON THE MAILING
LIST (if you have sent us your full postal address).

***The Second Announcement and other useful information you may receive also
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Many authors wish to have the informations about the submittance of papers
already now. So I have prepared - and updated - the following summary:

The Council of ISPRS agreed to the following procedure: You are asked to
submit extended abstracts of 750 to 1500 words length (or the full paper),
***or of 750 words and of one page with graphics,together with the Form for
Abstracts (follows attached). Both please send
to me, if without illustrations - you may send it by email in advance. But,
as you can see from the Form for Abstract, we need your signature, and that
is the reason, why we need it anyhow by (air)mail.

The deadline for the receipt of extended abstracts is 15 October 1995.

These abstracts may be written in one of the three official ISPRS languages,
in English, French, or German, and they have to contain enough detail to
clearly convey the approach and the results of the research, the idea behind
your proposal, the very reason , why you think your report or application
being an interesting message for others. The topics of your paper or the
paper itself should not have been published before in one of the main
for photogrammetry and remote sensing, please submit only original material.
Your paper should contain some new idea, some new method, something really
interesting, some important news for the reader. Papers are to be written for

the reader, not for the author(s)! And the abstract should present already
the main topics, facts, and results, not only the contents. The reader is in
hurry like you yourself, when you are searching for interesting things in
thick journals. Write papers of such a type you wished to read or study

The extended abstracts are the basis for acceptance, which is the
of the Commission Presidents who cooperate with their Working Group Chairmen.

Together, they are responsible for the reviewing. The papers will get a
line at their end saying e.g.:

Received (Date). Reviewed and accepted by Comm.X as Invited Paper by (Name)
Received (Date). Accepted by Comm.Y for Poster presentation by (Name)

There will be, as always, different classes of papers.(I use the
within my software:)
K _Keynote Papers will give rather general views, overall surveys, and
aspects of the future. They are papers of major importance.
I _Invited Papers are good for summaries and thorough treatment of wider
as well as for introduction of new fields. Both types of papers are to be
presented orally, and both will be written at special invitation, only.
O,P..Presented papers for _Oral or _Poster presentation,
N _National Reports, therefore the Council will release special and new
and other papers
A _Accepted for the archives, only. The class A does not mean any
It is an honour to publish in the ISPRS Archives. The Commission Presidents
will organize compact sessions. It is well possible, that a very valuable
paper does not fit to any of the sessions, that there are more top papers
than time available within sessions, and that the topic is not suited for
poster presentation. For presentations as I, O, or P there might exist also a
W _Waiting list for papers which are supposed to fill a gap, because the one
or the other paper might not come in time or the author might become ill,
For the
R _Rejection of papers, the Commission Presidents are the responsible ones.
There is no correspondance possible with the Programme Management about
acceptance of rejected papers, only with the Commission Presidents or with
their coresponsible Working Group Chairmen. Please, be cooperative and accept

their decision.

For the coming congress only one paper is accepted for one registered
participant. For a second paper you need another registered participant as
co-author, who has no paper himself. Only the Congress Director can make
well-founded exceptions. Further your paper will be accepted for
the Archives as well as for presentation only, if your REGISTRATION fee
has been PAID latest on the

deadline date for the full paper, which is 10 April 1996.

We all know about colleagues, who just wish to show up in the proceedings,
but are No Shows at the congress. This causes unnecessary work for the
organization, costs money, and the archives get heavy instead of the
international journals.

Please, plan in time, secure travel and accomodation funding prior to
submittance of abstracts. Paying or submitting after the deadline means
that your paper will not be accepted and not printed and not presented.
Of course you will remain a most welcome guest at the congress! And many
will thank you for non submittance of a paper as the Archives will not
become too heavy. On the other hand, if you have something important or
interesting, please submit an extended abstract for the reviewers, the
earlier the better, together with the FORM FOR ABSTRACTS, which you will
find in the Second Announcement. It is attached also here. Fill in then
this form and send it together with the abstract to me. ( Put nice stamps
on the envelope, that makes me happy. But unfortunately we have now email
and fax, also.)

Make sure in time that any Government or Company Clearance to present and
to publish is final at the time of submittance.

Again there will be the possibility for single authors to apply for
the PRIZE FOR BEST PAPER OF YOUNG AUTHORS. Authors must be born on
or after 1 July 1961. At least four, may be ten Prizes will be
donated by the Japanese Society of Photogrammetry and Remote
Sensing, 2500 sfr for each recipient. Applicants should deliver
an age proof and an additional copy of the full paper for the
ISPRS President

not later than 5 Jan 96 (Deadline).

Their registration must be finalized and a down payment
transfered to Vienna

not later than 15 Jan 96 (Deadline)

This downpayment has to be 2000 ATS for non-students and zero for
students and corresponds to the reduced registration fee due for
winners of the prize. The Winners will be informed by the President
of ISPRS after 31 March 96. The Treasurer of ISPRS will send funds
to Winners after 30 April 96.

The Commission Presidents' deadline to decide about the status of the papers
of all other authors is
15 February 1996.

Upon receipt of your abstract I shall send you the Authors Kit, the ISPRS
Guidelines for the preparation of the manuscript together with other
relevant information.

Latest then finish the manuscript, camera-ready, STRICTLY according to the
ISPRS Guidelines for Authors.( We shall put it also into WWW ! ). The
shorter the paper the better. The maximum length allowed for Invited Papers
is 12 pages. Presented papers (_O, _P) should not exceed 6 pages. We have
to charge the author for any excession to ensure that the high printing
costs will be covered. The page charge will be ATS 500.-

Colour pages will be possible at the end of the relevant volume of the
Archives. Authors have to submit the four-colour-separations and pay
2000 ATS per page. That is expensive, in fact we dont want the work with
colour pages, but if someone wishes to add colour pages we can and will do
it, and best quality is assured.

Except the YOUNG AUTHORS, who have to be faster (See above), send the
camera ready manuscript to me, with nice stamps, of course, don't use
fax nor email!, so that I get it

AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE, ( help us, please, to minimize our night work )


These, I hope, are the most important rules you need to know now.
This edition is from April 25, 1995.

With best regards

Peter Waldhaeusl

Technical Programme Coordinator
ISPRS Congress Vienna 1996

PS: Please trash all prior edition(s), also those dated January 1996(!!!!)




Author for correspondence:_________________________________________________
Country (Code):_____________________ CIP-Code and Town:____________________
Tel.: ______________________________ Fax:__________________________________

Co-Authors' Names:_________________________________________________________

Speaker's Name:__________________________Presentation Language: E / F / G *
For presentation is requested: Overhead Projector*/Slide Projector 24x36mm*
Video Projector* or Other(specify:)________________Slide Projector 55x55mm*
Title of Paper:____________________________________________________________

***An EXTENDED ABSTRACT (750-1500 words or 750 words plus one page graphics)
is attached.

Proposed Paper Type:* K Keynote Paper (oral) (At invitation, only)
I Invited Paper (oral) (At invitation, only)
O Presented Paper (Oral)
P Poster (also shortly oral)
N National Report

Proposed Commission Nr._______ Proposed Working Group Nr.______
Alternative___________________ Alternative_____________________

I apply as the single author of this paper for review for the Prize for Best
Papers by Young Authors: YES / NO * (Applicable for participants born after
30 June 1961). I know that in this case the deadline for the submission of
full paper is 5 January 1996, for registration and payment 15 January 1996.
I shall pay as down payment the reduced rate for winners, i.e.2000 ATS *.
As a student I have to pay NO * down payment.

I am interested in publishing colour illustrations on ____ pages within the
Appendix at the end of the respective Archives' volume at cost of only
2000 ATS per page, if four-colour-separations will accompany the manuscript.

I SHALL / SHALL NOT* prepare my paper by computer aided word processing and
therefore I DO / DO NOT* request model paper sheets in order to comply with
the strict formal requirements for camera-ready manuscripts. Authors will
receive complete and detailed informations after receipt of abstract, in
any case not later than by 15 February 1996.
This is the only Paper of the (Co-)Author____________________________(Name)
who will be a registered participant of the XVIII. Congress of ISPRS.
I know that his registration fee and the camera ready manuscript must be in
Vienna prior to deadline 10 April 1996.
_____________ ___________________________
(Date) (Signature)

The extended abstract and this form must be returned BY POST/AIRMAIL not
later than 15 October 1995 to

Prof. Dr. Peter Waldhaeusl Tel.: + 43 1 58801 3814
Technical University Vienna Fax: + 43 1 505 62 68
Gusshausstr. 27 - 29 / 122 Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
A - 1040 WIEN / AUSTRIA WWW: html://www.ipf.tuwien.ac.at/isprs.html

Peter Waldhaeusl Institute for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Technical University Vienna
Gusshausstrasse 27-29/122
A-1040 Wien
Tel (++43 1) 58801 3814
INTERNET: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Fax (++43 1) 5056268

Well, that's all for now.

Your TC-10 chairman,

Karl Tombre - INRIA Lorraine & CRIN-CNRS --- Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Post: 615 rue du jardin botanique, BP 101, 54602 Villers CEDEX, France --or--
Batiment LORIA, BP 239, 54506 Vandoeuvre CEDEX, France
Phone: +33 --- Fax: +33 --or-- +33
WWW URL: http://www.loria.fr/~tombre