Structure in computer vision and pattern recognition: Why doesn't it really fly high?

Kdy? 4.8.2011 10:00 - 11:30
Kde? ZČU / FAV / UV115 (zasedací místnost)
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Vaclav Hlavac

The Czech Technical University in Prague, http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/~hlavac

Structural pattern recognition has been highly popular in 1960-1970s with seminal contributions from Kung Su Fu. The later interest in it faded with the rise of statistical approaches which penetrated even mathematical linguistics where structural analysis was originally started by Noam Chomsky in 1950s. With images, the failure of structural method was glaring.

Recently the structural methods have been mostly understood as the graph embedding (H.Bunke's K.S. Fu Award lecture at ICPR 2010).

 

In the talk, I will talk about my view of the subject originating from methods from our book Schlesinger M.I., Hlavac V.: Ten lectures on statistical and structural pattern recognition, Kluwer 2002. The structure is also needed for a large scale outdoor scene analysis. I  will explain the topic and relate it to my own work and the work of my collaborators: (1) Repetitive structures in house facades, (2) in using structure (pose primitives) in analysis of human activity from video; (3) in using 2D context-free grammars for analysis of mathematical formulae, etc.

Vaclav Hlavac

 

The Czech Technical University in Prague, http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/~hlavac

Evropská unie, ESF, MŠMT, OP Vzdělávání pro konkurenceschopnost, ZČU

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