Theory and Applications of Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (bibtex)
by Horst Bischof, Valentina Filova (Eds.)
Abstract:
This report contains the scientific texts of the original proposal of the Austrian research program 'Theory and Applications of Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition'. This program is supported by the Austrian science foundation FWF. This research program shall bring together research groups from Austria that have been, still are and intend to be active in the research of image processing and pattern recognition. The program also includes both theory and application within the individual projects. The program is organized into 5 different projects, and each project contains up to 4 tasks. The cooperative nature of the program is documented by the fact that 11 different institutes will work together. Many institutes take part in more than one project. It will stimulate the research activities for each of the participating groups (and beyond) in a way which has a positive long term effect for activities in this field in Austria.
Reference:
Theory and Applications of Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (Horst Bischof, Valentina Filova (Eds.)), Technical report, PRIP, TU Wien, 1995.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{PTR-Bischof95a,
  author =	 "Horst Bischof and Valentina Filov{a~(}Eds.)",
  institution =	 "PRIP, TU Wien",
  number =	 "PRIP-TR-040",
  title =	 "Theory and {A}pplications of {D}igital {I}mage
                  {P}rocessing and {P}attern {R}ecognition",
  year =	 "1995",
  url =		 "ftp://ftp.prip.tuwien.ac.at/pub/publications/trs/tr40.ps.gz",
  abstract =	 "This report contains the scientific texts of the
                  original proposal of the Austrian research program
                  'Theory and Applications of Digital Image
                  Processing and Pattern Recognition'. This program
                  is supported by the Austrian science foundation
                  FWF. This research program shall bring together
                  research groups from Austria that have been, still
                  are and intend to be active in the research of image
                  processing and pattern recognition. The program also
                  includes both theory and application within the
                  individual projects. The program is organized into 5
                  different projects, and each project contains up to
                  4 tasks. The cooperative nature of the program is
                  documented by the fact that 11 different institutes
                  will work together. Many institutes take part in
                  more than one project. It will stimulate the
                  research activities for each of the participating
                  groups (and beyond) in a way which has a positive
                  long term effect for activities in this field in
                  Austria.",
}
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