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Interesting papers in ICASSP 2010, Dallas, TX (Unfinished)

Wednesday, March 17

IVMSP-P4.1: MULTISCALE SEGMENTATION FOR MRC DOCUMENT COMPRESSION USING A MARKOV RANDOM FIELD MODEL
Eri Haneda, Charles Bouman, Purdue university, United States

IVMSP-P4.3: A LOW COMPLEXITY METHOD FOR DETECTION OF TEXT AREA IN NATURAL IMAGES
Katherine L. Bouman, University of Michigan, United States; Golnaz Abdollahian, Mireille Boutin, Edward Delp, Purdue University, United States

– Application on cell phone worth thinking about…we have to use simple and efficient.

– This work is simple and seems to work well in practice.

IVMSP-P4.4: FAST SEMI-SUPERVISED IMAGE SEGMENTATION BY NOVELTY SELECTION
Antonio Paiva, Tolga Tasdizen, University of Utah, United States

-Simple, but very important idea…very practical. Just change the perspective, we gain the speed!

IVMSP-P4.5: IMPROVING IMAGE SEGMENTATION VIA SHAPE PCA RECONSTRUCTION
Hui Wang, Hong Zhang, University of Alberta, Canada

– Simple idea, but very interesting, and should be applied to more complicated contour objects

IVMSP-P4.8: COMPLEXITY-BASED BORDER DETECTION FOR TEXTURED IMAGES
Tomas Crivelli, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Agustin Mailing, Bruno Cernuschi-Frias, University of Buenos Aires and Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina

– Use Taylor series to approx log likelihood and get Gaussian. Check out paper by Kashyap and Chellappa “Estimation choice of neighbors..”

IVMSP-P4.9: ON SAND RIPPLE DETECTION IN SYNTHETIC APERTURE SONAR IMAGERY
David Williams, Enrique Coiras, NATO Undersea Research Centre, Italy

– Smart way to formulate using 2 orthogonal (Gabor) filters in absolute value

Branch and Bound for discrete optimization

SPSA Algorithm

Factor Graph for Optimization Problem

Optimization Problem –> Dynamic Programming

My work should change to Deformable Factor Graphs

Topic Model + Image Segmentation

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