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Advances in Visual Computing: 6th International Symposium, by Heng-Tze Cheng, Feng-Tso Sun, Senaka Buthpitiya, Ying Zhang,

By Heng-Tze Cheng, Feng-Tso Sun, Senaka Buthpitiya, Ying Zhang, Ara V. Nefian (auth.), George Bebis, Richard Boyle, Bahram Parvin, Darko Koracin, Ronald Chung, Riad Hammound, Muhammad Hussain, Tan Kar-Han, Roger Crawfis, Daniel Thalmann, David Kao, Lisa Avil

It is with nice excitement that we current the complaints of the sixth Inter- tional, Symposium on visible Computing (ISVC 2010), which was once held in Las Vegas, Nevada. ISVC presents a standard umbrella for the 4 major components of visible computing together with imaginative and prescient, photos, visualization, and digital truth. The objective is to supply a discussion board for researchers, scientists, engineers, and pr- titioners in the course of the global to provide their most up-to-date examine ?ndings, principles, advancements, and functions within the broader quarter of visible computing. This yr, this system consisted of 14 oral periods, one poster consultation, 7 certain tracks, and six keynote shows. The reaction to the decision for papers used to be excellent; we acquired over three hundred submissions for the most symposium from which we authorized ninety three papers for oral presentation and seventy three papers for poster p- sentation. particular song papers have been solicited individually in the course of the Organizing and software Committees of every song. a complete of forty four papers have been authorised for oral presentation and six papers for poster presentation within the specific tracks.

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The obtained position information can then be used for obstacle detection and sensor-fusion. In Section 2 we look at previous work that is related to lane detection. Section 3 compares the properties of streets with railroad tracks. The basic idea for lane detection adapted to autonomous trains is explained in Section 4. In Section 5 we present several examples of working and problematic scenarios. We conclude with an outlook how this system can be potentially improved in Section 6. 2 Previous Work on Lane/Track Detection Lane detection for driver assistance systems is a topic that gained a lot of attention during the last ten years ([2,4,5,6,7,11,12]).

The image patch P and the mask are images defined in the interval [0,1]2. The computation of these features is intensive but can be accelerated if the integral image is pre-computed. In our implementation, we applied the 8 distinct Haar-like feature masks and aggregated eight values into an 8-dimensional feature vector. Luminance Histogram. The luminance histogram represents the luminance distribution of the image. The raw luminance histogram is of 256 bins. To reduce the dimension, we cluster every 32 successive luminance levels into one bin and obtain an 8dimensional feature vector as shown in Figure 2.

One reason is that some craters without shadows are of subtle edges and are more likely to be misclassified as flat areas; therefore, increasing k brings more potentially misleading patch candidates. As a result, we empirically set k to 1 for subsequent evaluations. Then, we test the performance under the condition that only a small amount of training data is available. 58% of accuracy. This shows the robustness of the proposed method. We also performed 10-fold and leave-one-out cross validation with the results shown in Table III.

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