Bachelor Thesis at PRIP - Collection of Summer Term 2008 (bibtex)
by Martin Reiterer, Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg, Andreas Zweng
Abstract:
This is the first collection in the series of Bachelor Thesis at PRIP that will be published twice a year, namely the summer term collection will be published at the end of October, and the winter term collection at the end of March of each year. In this collection three bachelor thesis are selected. These works are done during the summer semester 2008. The first work deals with the new image distance transformation called eccentricity transform. The author of the work, Martin Reiterer, presents a novel approximation that uses thinning of a given image region to reduce the amount of data for accelerating the eccentricity transform. In the second thesis, Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg shows a system for identifying unknown coins by matching their shape with a database of known coin shapes. In the third work, Andreas Zweng in his thesis deals with the problem of automatic number plate recognition. We would like to thank all the authors and their supervisors for their support.
Reference:
Bachelor Thesis at PRIP - Collection of Summer Term 2008 (Martin Reiterer, Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg, Andreas Zweng), Technical report, PRIP, TU Wien, 2008.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{PTR-Bachelor08,
  author =	 "Martin Reiterer and Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg and Andreas Zweng",
  title =	 "Bachelor Thesis at PRIP - Collection of Summer Term 2008",
  institution =	 "PRIP, TU Wien",
  number =	 "PRIP-TR-118",
  year =	 "2008",
  url =		 "ftp://ftp.prip.tuwien.ac.at/pub/publications/trs/tr118.pdf",
  abstract =	 "This is the first collection in the series of Bachelor Thesis at PRIP that will be
published twice a year, namely the summer term collection will be published at
the end of October, and the winter term collection at the end of March of each
year. In this collection three bachelor thesis are selected. These works are done
during the summer semester 2008. The first work deals with the new image
distance transformation called eccentricity transform. The author of the work,
Martin Reiterer, presents a novel approximation that uses thinning of a given
image region to reduce the amount of data for accelerating the eccentricity
transform. In the second thesis, Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg shows a system for
identifying unknown coins by matching their shape with a database of known
coin shapes. In the third work, Andreas Zweng in his thesis deals with the
problem of automatic number plate recognition. We would like to thank all the authors and their supervisors for their support.",
}
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