Mapping and Assessing the State of Traffic InFrastructure

The second bilateral computer vision workshop ZEMRIS-EMT 2011



The workshop is over. Have a look at the photos.

Location

The workshop will be held on 27th April 2011, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. The technical programme will take place from 14h in the Grey conference room.

Tentative programme

14:00Opening
14:05 Overview of the research results on Mapping and assessing the state of traffic infrastructure
S.Šegvić
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14:20 Detecting and recognizing centerlines as parabolic segments in the steerable filter response
Petar Palašek, Petra Bosilj, Siniša Šegvić
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14:40 Recovering a road appearance mosaic from geo-referenced video
I. Sikirić, A. Majić and S. Šegvić
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15:00 Histogram-Based Description of Local Space-Time Appearance
K.Brkić, A.Pinz, S.Šegvić, Z.Kalafatić,
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15:20 Multi-class traffic sign detection
I.Bonači, Z.Kalafatić, S.Šegvić,
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15:45 A short break
 
16:00 Active (Visual) Cognition - The Confluence of Recognition and Reconstruction
Axel Pinz
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16:20 Measurements using Light - Optical Metrology at EMT
Markus Brandner
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16:40 Online MSAM: Benefits and Limitations of a Purely Geometry-Based Approach
Peter Holzer, Axel Pinz
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17:00 Vision-Based Grasping of Objects from a Table using the Humanoid Robot Nao
Thomas Hoell, Axel Pinz
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17:20 Local binary LDA for face recognition
Ivan Fratrić, Slobodan Ribarić
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17:40 Open discussion
18.00 Closing


Background:

This is the second of the two bilateral workshops held by the members of the Computer vision lab at the Department of Electronics, Microelectronics, Computer and Intelligent Systems, and the Vision-based Measurement Group at the Institute of Electrical Measurement and Measurement Signal Processing at TU Graz. The workshop is performed in the frames of our main project MASTIF and the bilateral project funded by the governments of Croatia and Austria. The workshop offers an opportunity for the exchange of recent work in the two laboratories, as well as for fostering future collaboration.