Each paper will be
given 15 minutes for their presentation plus an additional 5 minutes for
Tuesday 7th September
Wednesday 8th September
15:00 - 18:00 Pre
conference workshop: Grossberg Models for Vision, Dr. Noel Murphy
18:00 - 19:00 Registration
and Welcome Reception
08:30 - 09:30 Registration
09:30 - 09:40 Welcome
09:40 - 11:00
Video Processing / Segmentation (Chairman: R Reilly)
image addition: Application to surveillance video.
T Daubos, Z Geradts,
J-L Starck, J Campbell and F Murtagh
A video object generation
tool for content creation in off-line MPEG-4 applications.
NE O'Connor, T Walsh
and S Marlow
Applications of level set
methods for image and video processing.
PD Harper and RB Reilly
An evaluation of alternative
techniques for automatic detection of shot boundaries in digital video.
AF Smeaton, J Gilvarry,
G Gormley, B Tobin, S Marlow and N Murphy
11:20 - 12:00
Medical Imaging (Chairman: A Shearer)
Scatter and noise reduction
in computed radiography images.
T O'Doherty, A Shearer,
P Abbott and W van der Putten
A 3D reconstruction of a
human organ using 2D ultrasound images.
G-M Muntean, C Rotaru,
S Holban and C Hava
12:00 - 13:00 Invited
Texture and Colour Analysis
for Machine Vision
Prof. Matti Pietikäinen
14:00 - 15:20
Active Vision / Tracking (Chairman: C Heneghan)
Thursday 9th September
Computation of time-to-collision
from disparity and binocular difference optical flow.
Identification of the optic
disk boundary in retinal images using active contours.
F Mendels, C Heneghan
and J-P Thiran
D Molloy and PF Whelan
analysis for linear visual trackers.
P Tissainayagam and D
15:40 - 16:40
3D Imaging / Robot Navigation (Chairman: G Lacey)
Mobile robot navigation
using omni-directional vision.
N Winters and J Santos-Victor
Real time 3-D estimation
using depth from defocus.
O Ghita and PF Whelan
3D Face measurement system
Y Sato, K Hasegawa and
16:45 - 17:45
Pattern Recognition and Classification Society-
member organisation of the International
Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR).
18:30 for 19:30 Conference
Banquet, Clontarf Castle
09:30 - 10:50
Image Processing / Recognition (Chairman: F Murtagh)
Fourier descriptors as a
general classification tool for topographic shapes.
L Keyes and A Winstanley
Systematic and efficient
construction of neighbourhood operators on irregular and adaptive grids.
B Scotney and M Herron
of Chinese characters.
S Singh and A
Information fusion of model
and observed data for missing data imputation in oceanography.
G Zheng, J Campbell and
11:20 - 12:00
Image Compression / Coding (Chairman: AC Kokaram)
Approximation of intensity
images with adaptive triangular meshes: Towards a processable compressed
MA Garcia, BX Vintimilla
and AD Sappa
Fractal and JPEG coding
of still image – a combination.
JT McCarthy and N Murphy
14:00 - 15:00
Applications, Architectures and Systems Integration I (Chairman: J
Online registration of watermarks
from continuous web paper.
A Drimbarean, P Soille
and PF Whelan
Design and FPGA implementation
of a novel general purpose median filter.
K Benkrid and D Crookes
Vision system for automatic
F Feyaerts, P Pollet,
L. Van Gool and P Wambacq
15:20 - 16:20
Applications, Architectures and Systems Integration II (Chairman: A
Remotely operated prototyping
environment for automated visual inspection.
BG Batchelor, MW Daley,
RJ Hitchell, GJ Hunter, GE Jones and G Karantalis
The application of vision
to acquiring parking information.
N Dorr and C Guinois
A Hough Transform Inspired
Technique for the Rapid Fingerprinting and Conceptual Archiving of Multianalyser
ND McMillan, S Riedel,
J McDonald, M O'Neill, N Whyte, A Augousti and J Mason
Remarks and Farewell Reception
Visit to Vision Systems Lab.
& Video Coding Lab.
will take place in Lecture theatre QG13, ground floor of the Dublin
City University Business School.
will take place in QG03.
35 mm slide projector and a PC compatible data projector will be made available
to speakers. If using your own PC you please bring a copy of your presentation
on disk. If you have any additional audio-visual requirements, please send
your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitors to the campus are directed
to a limited number of visitor car parking spaces in the overflow car park
near the campus residences, Car Park 3. Car Park 3 is to be used
by all delegates staying in campus accommodation. Access to Car Park 3
is via the Ballymun Road entrance.
NOTE: Car Park 1 will be
closed for building work.
Lunch will be served in the
Deirdre Thornton Reading Room (Library extension).
The conference banquet will
take place in the Viking Suite, Clontarf
Castle Hotel. Delegates are invited to meet in the Knights Bar
(Clontarf Castle Hotel)
to the banquet. Transport will be provided between DCU and Clontarf Castle.