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Martin Kampel: Recognition and Reconstruction in Archaeology and Surveillance

Habilitationskolloquium

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When Jun 03, 2009
from 10:00 am to 10:45 am
Where Sem 183/2
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A goal of computer vision is to make useful decisions about real physical objects and
scenes based on sensed images. Applied computer vision, better known as machine
vision is increasingly seen as a key component for maximizing quality, productivity and
efficiency in many automated manufacturing and process control tasks. My habilitation
thesis contributes to three aspects of the analysis and processing of digitally sensed
images: 3D object reconstruction focusing on data acquisition and processing of 3D
data, investigation of local image descriptors and color constancy for object
recognition and the analysis of image sequences for robust moving object detection. In
this talk, which is my habilitation thesis presentation, I give an overview of my research
in the last years followed by a presentation of experiments and results undertaken in
the areas of archaeology and surveillance.
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