Object categorization : computer and human vision perspectives [E-Book] / edited by Sven J. Dickinson [and others].
Dickinson, Sven J., (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009
1 online resource (xv, 536 pages)
englisch
9780521887380
9780511635465
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Table of Contents:
  • Structural representation of object shape in the brain Charles Connor; 11. Learning hierarchical compositional representations of object structure Sanja Fidler, Marko Boben and Ales Leonardis; 12. Object categorization in man, monkey, and machine: some answers and some open questions Maximilian Riesenhuber; 13. Learning object category modeling, learning, and recognition by stochastic grammar Jake Porway, Benjamin Yao and Song Chun Zhu; 14. The neurophysiology and computational mechanisms of object representation Edmund Rolls; 15. Recognizing visual classes and individual objects by semantic hierarchies Shimon Ullman; 16. early stages of object categorization Pawan Sinha, Benjamin Balas, Yuri Ostrovsky and Jonas Wulff; 17. Towards integration of different paradigms in modeling, representation and learning of visual categories Mario Fritz and Bernt Schiele; 18. Acquisition and breakdown of category-specificity in the ventral visual stream K.-
  • Suzanne Scherf, Marlene Behrmann and Kate Humphreys; 19. Using simple features and relations Marius Leordeanu, Martial Hebert and Rahul Sukthankar; 20. The proactive brain: using memory to anticipate what's next Kestutis Kveraga, Jasmine Boshyan and Moshe Bar; 21. Spatial pyramid matching Svetlana Lazebnik, Cordelia Schmid and Jean Ponce; 22. Perceptual decisions and visual learning in the human brain Zoe Kourtzi; 23. Shapes and shock graphs: from segmented shapes to shapes embedded in images Benjamin Kimia; 24. Correlated structures in natural scenes and their implications on neural learning of prior models for objects and surfaces Tai Sing Lee, Tom Stepleton, Brian Potetz and Jason Samonds; 25. Medial models for recognition Kaleem Siddiqi and Stephen Pizer; 26. Multimodal categorization C. Wallraven and Heinrich Bulthoff; 27. Comparing images of 3-D objects David W. Jacobs.