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Book: Geometry-Driven Diffusion in Computer Vision
 
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Book: Geometry-Driven Diffusion in Computer Vision

Recently there was an inquiry to the source of anisotropic diffusion.
This field, where the process of evolution (blurring) of the image
is a function of the image information itself, is rather new.
A number of approaches to this process are currently developed.

In September 1994 the book "Geometry-Driven Diffusion in Computer Vision"
will appear, which is the first tutorial book in this field.
The contributions are from the leading researchers in this area,
in a transatlantic collaboration funded jointly by the NSF and Esprit.
The book will be published by Kluwer. Information about availability
can be acquired from Kluwer (Paul Roos, PhD, email: roos@wkap.nl).
There will be a 25% discount for AMS members, and other societies is being
considered.


"GEOMETRY-DRIVEN DIFFUSION IN COMPUTER VISION"

Editor: Bart M. ter Haar Romeny - Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Contents:

Foreword by Jan Koenderink - Utrecht University
Introduction
1. Linear Scale-Space I: Basic Theory
Tony Lindeberg - Bart M. ter Haar Romeny
2. Linear Scale-Space II: Early Vision Operations
Tony Lindeberg - Bart M. ter Haar Romeny
3. Anisotropic Diffusion
Pietro Perona - Taka Shiota - Jitendra Malik
4. Vector-Valued Diffusion
Ross Whitaker - Guido Gerig
5. Bayesian Rationale for the Variational Formulation
David Mumford
6. Variational Problems with a Free Discontinuity Set
Antonio Leaci - Sergio Solimini
7. Minimization of Energy Functional with Curve-Represented Edges
Niklas Nordstrom
9. Approximation, Computation and Distortion in the Variational
Formulation
Thomas J. Richardson - Sanjoy K. Mitter
9. Coupled Geometry-Driven Diffusion Equations for Low-Level Vision.
Marc Proesmans, Eric Pauwels, Luc van Gool
10. Morphological Approach to Multiscale Analysis: From Principles to
Equations
Luis Alvarez - Jean Michel Morel
11. Differential Invariant Signatures and Flows in Computer Vision: A
Symmetry Group Approach
Peter J. Olver - Guillermo Sapiro - Allen Tannenbaum
12. On Optimal Control Methods in Computer Vision and Image Processing
Benjamin Kimia - Allen Tannanbaum - Steven Zucker
13. Non-Linear Scale-Space
Luc M. J. Florack, Alfons H. Salden, Bart M. ter Haar Romeny,
Jan J. Koenderink, Max A. Viergever
14. A Differential Geometric Approach to Anisotropic Diffusion
David Eberly
13. Numerical Analysis of Geometry-Driven Diffusion Equations
Wiro J. Niessen - Bart M. ter Haar Romeny - Max Viergever

Bibliography (370 references)
Index (> 750 entries)


Bart M. ter Haar Romeny, Editor
Utrecht, the Netherlands
April 1994
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