Faculty of Engineering - University of Pavia - a.y.
Prof. Virginio Cantoni
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Last update, 09 February 2017
Please find new material for the Final Homework 2017:
Arca and pictures from the book "la Città dell'Uomo".
Segnalo il convegno L’Arca delle Virtù: da Agostino al XXI secolo
che si terrà venerdì 10 febbraio 2017 presso l’Aula del Camino, in Piazza della Vittoria, a Pavia.
Per tutte le informazioni, è disponibile una pagina dedicata all’evento, dalla quale
è possibile registrarsi.
Lesson 1 - Introduction
Lesson 2 - The photometric track
Lesson 3 - Morphological track
Lesson 4 - Contours
Lesson 5 - Hough transform
Lesson 6 - Spatial track
Lesson 7 - Spatial track: motion modeling
Lesson 8 - Mathematical morphology - first part: 2D
Lesson 9 - Mathematical morphology - second part: 3D
Lesson 10 - Blender - Blender shortcuts - Materials
Cartella Immagini Final Homework 2017
- Java-utilities (updated 22/10/2015)
- example images in pgm format (updated 22/10/2015)
- example colour images
ELENCO studenti, con assegnazione compito
Book: "3C Vision - Cues, Contexts and Channels", V. Cantoni, S. Levialdi, B. Zavidovique, Elsevier, 2011
slides shown during the course, available here
- choose one programming language: C, C++, or Java
INFORMATION ON THE PROJECT STRUCTURE
- do not use toolbox and packages for image processing
- work in a group of 2 people
- write a report (Word or HTML)
- the project can be submitted on cd-rom; please write name and surname of each participant and the academic year
- the project will be evaluated according to: clearness, completeness, results and related discussion
- objective of the project
- description of the implemented theory including images, drawings, etc.
- insert images before and after the elaboration
- comment the results regarding efficiency, precision, computing time, comparison with other solutions, etc.
- insert the source code ANNOTATED and compiled with all the necessary to run as Appendix
Academic year 2016/2017
At the exam each student will give a Power Point (or similar) presentation on a paper taken from the 23rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition
(ICPR 2016) December 4-8, 2016, Cancun, Mexico.
Each group component must select a different paper among five possible (there is no priority even if I called them first, second, .. , fifth choice: I selected the
short list just based on our course content and the order submission of accepted papers at the conference and attached workshops).
The assignments are given by the sequence of group names number (see http://vision.unipv.it/CV/Studenti%20elenco.pdf)
and the paper sequence in the following five folders:
group n. 6, Stefano Di Carlo and Michele Semperboni may select each one one paper (they must be different) from the following list:
0190, 197, 213, 216, 171
Groups - final assignments 2017
Academic year 2015/2016
At the exam each student will give a Power Point (or similar) presentation on a paper taken from the 21st International Conference on Pattern
Recognition (ICPR 2012) November 11-15, 2012, Tsukuba, Japan, or from the International Conference on Image Analysis and Processing (ICIAP 2015) September 7-11, 2015, Genoa, Italy.
Each group component must select a different paper among six possible (there is no priority even if I called them
first, second, .. , sixth choice: I selected the short list just based on our course content and the order submission of accepted papers at the
The assignments are given by the sequence of group names number (see http://vision.unipv.it/CV/materiale2015-16/StudentiCV-15-16 progetti.xlsx)
and the paper sequence in the six folders:
group n. 12, Burda and Firas may select each one one paper (they must be different) from the following list:
"Active Transfer Learning for Multi-view Head-pose Classification",
"A Splitting Algorithm for Directional Regularization and Sparsification",
"Object Segmentation in Multiple Views without Camera Calibration",
"Hierarchical Image Segmentation Relying on a Likelihood Ratio Test",
"Difference-Based Local Gradient Patterns for Image Representation",
"A Survey on Traffic Light Detection",
respectively as first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth choice.