|THEORY: Theory of Image Analysis and Processing|
|Edwin Hancock, University of York, UK
||Giuseppe Boccignone, UniversitÓ di Salerno, Italy
Segmentation; feature extraction and representation; shape, motion, texture
analysis; morphology; structural and syntactical pattern recognition; HMM, SVM and neural
networks for image analysis; evolutionary computation.
|| SURVEILLANCE AND SECURITY: Image Analysis and Processing for Surveillance and Security
||Graeme Jones, University of Kingston, UK
||Gianluca Foresti, UniversitÓ di Udine, Italy
Video surveillance; human activity monitoring; behaviour analysis and
classification; people detection and tracking;
threat detection; active and cognitive vision; steganography and Watermarking.
|| MULTIMEDIA: Image Analysis and Processing for multimedia.
||Arnold Smeulders, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
||Alberto Del Bimbo, UniversitÓ di Firenze, Italy
Video analysis; shot detection and classification; image and video retrieval; video summarization;
content description and indexing; compression and coding; video streaming;
adaptive support for scalable media.
|| HUMAN-CENTRED APPLICATIONS: Image Analysis and Processing for multimedia.
||AK Jain, Michigan State University, USA
||Paola Campedelli, UniversitÓ di Milano, Italy
Biometry, fingerprint analysis, face detection and
recognition, human body analysis, humancomputer
interfaces, medical imaging.
|| INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS: Image Analysis and Processing for industrial applications
|| Hideo Saito (Keiko University, Japan)
|| Vittorio Murino, UniversitÓ di Verona, Italy
Robot vision; mobile robots and
visual navigation; remote sensing; augmented reality; visual inspection
and process control; metrology; rapid prototyping; document processing.