Month: December 2012

Predicting Saliency and Aesthetics in Images: A Bottom-up Perspective

Place: Large Lecture Room Affiliation: Computer Vision Centre and Dep. of Computer Science, UAB.   This thesis investigates two different aspects of how an observer experiences a natural image: (i) where we look, namely, where attention is guided, and (ii) what we

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Spatio-chromatic Adaptation via Higher-Order Canonical Correlation Analysis

Place: Large Lecture Room Affiliation: Univ. de València, Spain   Observations of a source change depending on the acquisition conditions. Adaptation to these changes can be understood as maximizing the correspondence between the responses to these different observations. Methods related to Canonical

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Polyp Localization and Segmentation in Colonoscopy Images by Means of a Model of Appearance for Polyps

Place: Large Lecture Room Affiliation: Computer Vision Centre and Dep. of Computer Science, UAB.   Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cause of cancer death worldwide and its survival rate depends on the stage in which it is detected on hence

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Monocular Depth Cues in Computer Vision Applications

Place: Large Lecture Room Affiliation: Computer Vision Centre and Dep. of Computer Science, UAB.   Depth perception is a key aspect of human vision. It is a routine and essential visual task that the human do effortlessly in many daily activities. This

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