Processing, Analyzing and Learning of Images, Shapes, and Forms: Part 1, Vol 19. Handbook of Numerical Analysis

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  • 525 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Processing, Analyzing and Learning of Images, Shapes, and Forms: Volume 19, Part One provides a comprehensive survey of the contemporary developments related to the analysis and learning of images, shapes and forms. It covers mathematical models as well as fast computational techniques, and includes new chapters on Alternating diffusion: a geometric approach for sensor fusion, Shape Correspondence and Functional Maps, Geometric models for perception-based image processing, Decomposition schemes for nonconvex composite minimization: theory and applications, Low rank matrix recovery: algorithms and theory, Geometry and learning for deformation shape correspondence, and Factoring scene layout from monocular images in presence of occlusion.

  • Presents a contemporary view on the topic, comprehensively covering the newest developments and content
  • Provides a comprehensive survey of the contemporary developments related to the analysis and learning of images, shapes and forms
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1. Alternating diffusion: a geometric approach for sensor fusion Ronen Talmon 2. Shape Correspondence and Functional Maps Max Ovsjanikov 3. Geometric models for perception-based image processing Marcelo Bertalmio 4. Decomposition schemes for nonconvex composite minimization: theory and applications Mark Teboulle 5. Low rank matrix recovery: algorithms and theory Jianfeng Cai 6. Geometry and learning for deformation shape correspondence Alex Bronstein 7. Factoring scene layout from monocular images in presence of occlusion Niloy J. Mitra
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