It is our great pleasure and honor to organize the First IEEE Computer Society International Workshop on Biologically Motivated Computer Vision (BMCV 2000). The workshop BMCV 2000 aims to facilitate debates on biologically motivated vision systems and to provide an opportunity for researchers in the area of vision to see and share the latest developments in state-of-the-art technology. The rapid progress being made in the field of computer vision has had a tremendous impact on the modeling and implementation of biologically motivated computer vision. A multitude of new advances and findings in the domain of computer vision will be presented at this workshop. By December 1999 a total of 90 full papers had been submitted from 28 countries. To ensure the high quality of workshop and proceedings, the program committee selected and accepted 56 of them after a thorough review process. Of these papers 25 will be presented in 5 oral sessions and 31 in a poster session. The papers span a variety of topics in computer vision from computational theories to their implementation. In addition to these excellent presentations, there will be eight invited lectures by distinguished scientists on ahota topics. We must add that the program committee and the reviewers did an excellent job within a tight schedule.First IEEE International Workshop BMCV 2000, Seoul, Korea, May 15-17, 2000 Proceedings Seong-Whang Lee, Heinrich ... close straight lines and interference with other curves and objects can generate local maxima in the parameter space, shown in ... window width, but the searches with narrower windows should not start with a very high temperature, in order to avoid ... and 0.7, respectively); single point crossover; and fitness Straight Line Detection as an Optimization Problem 37.
|Title||:||Biologically Motivated Computer Vision|
|Author||:||Seong-Whang Lee, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Tomaso Poggio|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2003-07-31|