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By Aleš Leonardis, Horst Bischof (auth.), Gerald Sommer, Kostas Daniilidis, Josef Pauli (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventh foreign convention on laptop research of pictures and styles, CAIP '97, held in Kiel, Germany, in September 1997.
The quantity provides ninety two revised papers chosen in the course of a double-blind reviewing approach from a complete of a hundred and fifty fine quality submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on trend research, item popularity and monitoring, invariants, functions, form, texture research, movement calibration, low-level processing, constitution from movement, stereo and correspondence, segmentation and grouping, mathematical morphology, pose estimation, and face analysis.

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This means that the distribution of g,~ is (up to first approximation) completely characterized by its mean and variance, the values of which are specified in the following lemma (the proof amounts to little more than rewriting the definitions). L e m m a 1. Let { = ( { 1 , . . , {n) be a sample of size n generated from a density ¢. Denote the log-likelihood of the sample by e~ - e~(¢ 1{) = k log¢({~) i=1 Then the mean and variance of g~ can be readily expressed in terms of the density ¢: E(~) = .

The data under study consists of partially overlapped images and a cartographic map of the imaged area. Figure la shows an optical image of a rural region surrounding an airstrip. Figure lb shows an infra- red line scan image of the airstrip, containing less of the surrounding region. Figure lc is a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) image of the airstrip and some of its surroundings. Figure ld is the cartographic map of area. The matching problem uses only the rural region to the left of the main runway in each image.

They form a duster in the transformation space. Furthermore, the image features have to fulfil the same topological constraints as their corresponding model features [LZ96]. The confidence value ci depends on the confidence values of the included associations and the percentage of mapped model features. The result of the described recognition process is a ranked list of possible hypotheses (see Fig. 3 (b-c)) which are verified and refined by the locMization module. A view in a hypothesis determines one translational and two rotational degrees of freedom of the object pose.

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