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Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

Preis: 92.75 € | Versand*: 0 €
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

Preis: 142.18 € | Versand*: 0 €
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

Preis: 142.18 € | Versand*: 0 €
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die medizinische Bildgebung und Diagnosestellung?

Computer Vision ermöglicht es, medizinische Bilder wie Röntgenaufnahmen, MRT-Scans und CT-Scans automatisch zu analysieren und zu...

Computer Vision ermöglicht es, medizinische Bilder wie Röntgenaufnahmen, MRT-Scans und CT-Scans automatisch zu analysieren und zu interpretieren. Durch die Anwendung von Algorithmen können potenzielle Anomalien oder Krankheiten schneller und genauer erkannt werden. Dies kann zu einer verbesserten Diagnosestellung und Behandlung führen. Darüber hinaus kann die Computer Vision auch dabei helfen, große Mengen an medizinischen Bildern zu verarbeiten und zu organisieren, was Ärzten und Forschern dabei hilft, neue Erkenntnisse zu gewinnen und die Patientenversorgung zu verbessern.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die medizinische Bildgebung und Diagnosestellung in der Gesundheitsbranche?

Computer Vision hat die medizinische Bildgebung und Diagnosestellung in der Gesundheitsbranche revolutioniert, indem sie es ermögl...

Computer Vision hat die medizinische Bildgebung und Diagnosestellung in der Gesundheitsbranche revolutioniert, indem sie es ermöglicht, komplexe medizinische Bilder automatisch zu analysieren und zu interpretieren. Durch die Anwendung von Algorithmen und künstlicher Intelligenz können Krankheiten frühzeitig erkannt und präzise diagnostiziert werden. Dies führt zu einer verbesserten Genauigkeit und Effizienz bei der Diagnosestellung, was letztendlich die Patientenversorgung und -behandlung verbessert. Darüber hinaus ermöglicht Computer Vision auch die Entwicklung neuer bildgebender Verfahren und Technologien, die die medizinische Bildgebung weiter verbessern und die Diagnosestellung unterstützen.

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Wie beeinflusst Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Landwirtschaft?

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen. In...

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen. In der Automobilindustrie ermöglicht Computer Vision die Entwicklung von Fahrerassistenzsystemen und autonomen Fahrzeugen. In der Landwirtschaft wird Computer Vision eingesetzt, um Pflanzenkrankheiten zu erkennen, die Ernte zu optimieren und die Effizienz der landwirtschaftlichen Produktion zu steigern. Insgesamt trägt Computer Vision in diesen Bereichen dazu bei, Prozesse zu automatisieren, die Genauigkeit zu verbessern und neue Möglichkeiten für Innovationen zu schaffen.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Landwirtschaft?

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen, wa...

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen, was die Patientenversorgung verbessert. In der Automobilindustrie ermöglicht Computer Vision die Entwicklung von Fahrerassistenzsystemen und autonomen Fahrzeugen, die die Verkehrssicherheit erhöhen. In der Landwirtschaft wird Computer Vision eingesetzt, um Ernteerträge zu optimieren, Krankheiten bei Pflanzen zu erkennen und den Einsatz von Pestiziden zu reduzieren, was zu einer nachhaltigeren Landwirtschaft führt. Insgesamt trägt Computer Vision in diesen Bereichen dazu bei, Prozesse zu automatisieren, Effizienz zu steigern und die Qualität der Ergebnisse zu verbessern.

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Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

Preis: 92.75 € | Versand*: 0 €
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

Preis: 68.03 € | Versand*: 0 €
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops
Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops

Computer Vision ¿ ECCV 2022 Workshops , The 8-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, during October 23-27, 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery, Representations, and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge. , Studium & Erwachsenenbildung > Fachbücher, Lernen & Nachschlagen

Preis: 92.75 € | Versand*: 0 €
Computer Vision - Eccv 2014 Workshops  Kartoniert (TB)
Computer Vision - Eccv 2014 Workshops Kartoniert (TB)

The four-volume set LNCS 8925 8926 8927 and 8928 comprises the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the Workshops that took place in conjunction with the 13th European Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2014 held in Zurich Switzerland in September 2014. The 203 workshop papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. They where presented at workshops with the following themes: where computer vision meets art; computer vision in vehicle technology; spontaneous facial behavior analysis; consumer depth cameras for computer vision; chalearn looking at people: pose recovery action/interaction gesture recognition; video event categorization tagging and retrieval towards big data; computer vision with local binary pattern variants; visual object tracking challenge; computer vision + ontology applies cross-disciplinary technologies; visual perception of affordance and functional visual primitives for scene analysis; graphical models in computer vision; light fields for computer vision; computer vision for road scene understanding and autonomous driving; soft biometrics; transferring and adapting source knowledge in computer vision; surveillance and re-identification; color and photometry in computer vision; assistive computer vision and robotics; computer vision problems in plant phenotyping; and non-rigid shape analysis and deformable image alignment. Additionally a panel discussion on video segmentation is included.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Robotik?

Die Computer Vision ermöglicht in der Medizin die präzise Diagnose von Krankheiten durch die Analyse von medizinischen Bildern und...

Die Computer Vision ermöglicht in der Medizin die präzise Diagnose von Krankheiten durch die Analyse von medizinischen Bildern und Scans. In der Automobilindustrie wird sie zur Entwicklung von Fahrerassistenzsystemen und autonomen Fahrzeugen eingesetzt, um die Sicherheit im Straßenverkehr zu verbessern. In der Robotik ermöglicht die Computer Vision Robotern, ihre Umgebung wahrzunehmen und sich in dynamischen Umgebungen zu bewegen, was zu einer breiteren Anwendung von Robotern in verschiedenen Branchen führt. Insgesamt trägt die Computer Vision dazu bei, die Effizienz, Genauigkeit und Sicherheit in diesen Bereichen zu steigern.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Robotik?

Computer Vision hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Medizin, da sie bei der Diagnose von Krankheiten und der Überwachung von Patient...

Computer Vision hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Medizin, da sie bei der Diagnose von Krankheiten und der Überwachung von Patienten eingesetzt wird. In der Automobilindustrie ermöglicht sie autonomes Fahren und verbessert die Sicherheit durch die Erkennung von Hindernissen und Verkehrsschildern. In der Robotik wird Computer Vision verwendet, um Robotern das Sehen zu ermöglichen und ihnen zu helfen, komplexe Aufgaben in verschiedenen Umgebungen auszuführen. Insgesamt trägt Computer Vision dazu bei, die Effizienz und Genauigkeit in diesen Bereichen zu verbessern.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Robotik?

Die Computer Vision ermöglicht in der Medizin die präzise Diagnose von Krankheiten durch die Analyse von medizinischen Bildern und...

Die Computer Vision ermöglicht in der Medizin die präzise Diagnose von Krankheiten durch die Analyse von medizinischen Bildern und Scans. In der Automobilindustrie wird sie für die Entwicklung von autonomem Fahren genutzt, indem sie Fahrzeuge dabei unterstützt, ihre Umgebung zu erkennen und zu interpretieren. In der Robotik ermöglicht die Computer Vision Robotern, ihre Umgebung wahrzunehmen und sich in dynamischen Umgebungen zu bewegen, was ihre Anwendungsmöglichkeiten in verschiedenen Branchen erweitert. Insgesamt trägt die Computer Vision dazu bei, die Effizienz, Genauigkeit und Sicherheit in diesen Bereichen zu verbessern.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Robotik?

Computer Vision hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Medizin, da sie bei der Diagnose von Krankheiten und der Überwachung von Patient...

Computer Vision hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Medizin, da sie bei der Diagnose von Krankheiten und der Überwachung von Patienten eingesetzt wird. In der Automobilindustrie ermöglicht sie die Entwicklung von selbstfahrenden Fahrzeugen und verbessert die Sicherheit im Straßenverkehr. In der Robotik wird Computer Vision verwendet, um Robotern das Sehen zu ermöglichen und sie in der Lage zu machen, komplexe Aufgaben in verschiedenen Umgebungen auszuführen. Insgesamt trägt Computer Vision dazu bei, die Effizienz und Genauigkeit in diesen Bereichen zu verbessern.

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Computer Vision - Eccv 2016 Workshops  Kartoniert (TB)
Computer Vision - Eccv 2016 Workshops Kartoniert (TB)

The three-volume set LNCS 9913 LNCS 9914 and LNCS 9915 comprises the refereed proceedings of the Workshops that took place in conjunction with the 14th European Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2016 held in Amsterdam The Netherlands in October 2016. The three-volume set LNCS 9913 LNCS 9914 and LNCS 9915 comprises the refereed proceedings of the Workshops that took place in conjunction with the 14th European Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2016 held in Amsterdam The Netherlands in October 2016. 27 workshops from 44 workshops proposals were selected for inclusion in the proceedings. These address the following themes: Datasets and Performance Analysis in Early Vision; Visual Analysis of Sketches; Biological and Artificial Vision; Brave New Ideas for Motion Representations; Joint ImageNet and MS COCO Visual Recognition Challenge; Geometry Meets Deep Learning; Action and Anticipation for Visual Learning; Computer Vision for Road Scene Understanding and Autonomous Driving; Challenge on Automatic Personality Analysis; BioImage Computing; Benchmarking Multi-Target Tracking: MOTChallenge; Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; Transferring and Adapting Source Knowledge in Computer Vision; Recovering 6D Object Pose; Robust Reading; 3D Face Alignment in the Wild and Challenge; Egocentric Perception Interaction and Computing; Local Features: State of the Art Open Problems and Performance Evaluation; Crowd Understanding; Video Segmentation; The Visual Object Tracking Challenge Workshop; Web-scale Vision and Social Media; Computer Vision for Audio-visual Media; Computer VISion for ART Analysis; Virtual/Augmented Reality for Visual Artificial Intelligence; Joint Workshop on Storytelling with Images and Videos and Large Scale Movie Description and Understanding Challenge.

Preis: 106.99 € | Versand*: 0.00 €
Computer Vision - Eccv 2022 Workshops  Kartoniert (TB)
Computer Vision - Eccv 2022 Workshops Kartoniert (TB)

The 8-volume set comprising the LNCS books 13801 until 13809 constitutes the refereed proceedings of 38 out of the 60 workshops held at the 17th European Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2022. The conference took place in Tel Aviv Israel during October 23-27 2022; the workshops were held hybrid or online. The 367 full papers included in this volume set were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the ECCV 2022 workshop proceedings. They were organized in individual parts as follows: Part I: W01 - AI for Space; W02 - Vision for Art; W03 - Adversarial Robustness in the Real World; W04 - Autonomous Vehicle Vision Part II: W05 - Learning With Limited and Imperfect Data; W06 - Advances in Image Manipulation; Part III: W07 - Medical Computer Vision; W08 - Computer Vision for Metaverse; W09 - Self-Supervised Learning: What Is Next?; Part IV: W10 - Self-Supervised Learning for Next-Generation Industry-LevelAutonomous Driving; W11 - ISIC Skin Image Analysis; W12 - Cross-Modal Human-Robot Interaction; W13 - Text in Everything; W14 - BioImage Computing; W15 - Visual Object-Oriented Learning Meets Interaction: Discovery Representations and Applications; W16 - AI for Creative Video Editing and Understanding; W17 - Visual Inductive Priors for Data-Efficient Deep Learning; W18 - Mobile Intelligent Photography and Imaging; Part V: W19 - People Analysis: From Face Body and Fashion to 3D Virtual Avatars; W20 - Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving; W21 - Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges; W22 - Affective Behavior Analysis In-the-Wild; Part VI: W23 - Visual Perception for Navigation in Human Environments: The JackRabbot Human Body Pose Dataset and Benchmark; W24 - Distributed Smart Cameras; W25 - Causality in Vision; W26 - In-Vehicle Sensing and Monitorization; W27 - Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics; W28 - Computational Aspectsof Deep Learning; Part VII: W29 - Computer Vision for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering; W30 - AI-Enabled Medical Image Analysis: Digital Pathology and Radiology/COVID19; W31 - Compositional and Multimodal Perception; Part VIII: W32 - Uncertainty Quantification for Computer Vision; W33 - Recovering 6D Object Pose; W34 - Drawings and Abstract Imagery: Representation and Analysis; W35 - Sign Language Understanding; W36 - A Challenge for Out-of-Distribution Generalization in Computer Vision; W37 - Vision With Biased or Scarce Data; W38 - Visual Object Tracking Challenge.

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Computer Vision - Eccv 2014 Workshops  Kartoniert (TB)
Computer Vision - Eccv 2014 Workshops Kartoniert (TB)

The four-volume set LNCS 8925 8926 8927 and 8928 comprises the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the Workshops that took place in conjunction with the 13th European Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2014 held in Zurich Switzerland in September 2014. The 203 workshop papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. They where presented at workshops with the following themes: where computer vision meets art; computer vision in vehicle technology; spontaneous facial behavior analysis; consumer depth cameras for computer vision; chalearn looking at people: pose recovery action/interaction gesture recognition; video event categorization tagging and retrieval towards big data; computer vision with local binary pattern variants; visual object tracking challenge; computer vision + ontology applies cross-disciplinary technologies; visual perception of affordance and functional visual primitives for scene analysis; graphical models in computer vision; light fields for computer vision; computer vision for road scene understanding and autonomous driving; soft biometrics; transferring and adapting source knowledge in computer vision; surveillance and re-identification; color and photometry in computer vision; assistive computer vision and robotics; computer vision problems in plant phenotyping; and non-rigid shape analysis and deformable image alignment. Additionally a panel discussion on video segmentation is included.

Preis: 53.49 € | Versand*: 0.00 €
Computer Vision - Eccv 2014 Workshops  Kartoniert (TB)
Computer Vision - Eccv 2014 Workshops Kartoniert (TB)

The four-volume set LNCS 8925 8926 8927 and 8928 comprises the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the Workshops that took place in conjunction with the 13th European Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2014 held in Zurich Switzerland in September 2014. The 203 workshop papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. They where presented at workshops with the following themes: where computer vision meets art; computer vision in vehicle technology; spontaneous facial behavior analysis; consumer depth cameras for computer vision; chalearn looking at people: pose recovery action/interaction gesture recognition; video event categorization tagging and retrieval towards big data; computer vision with local binary pattern variants; visual object tracking challenge; computer vision + ontology applies cross-disciplinary technologies; visual perception of affordance and functional visual primitives for scene analysis; graphical models in computer vision; light fields for computer vision; computer vision for road scene understanding and autonomous driving; soft biometrics; transferring and adapting source knowledge in computer vision; surveillance and re-identification; color and photometry in computer vision; assistive computer vision and robotics; computer vision problems in plant phenotyping; and non-rigid shape analysis and deformable image alignment. Additionally a panel discussion on video segmentation is included.

Preis: 53.49 € | Versand*: 0.00 €

Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Landwirtschaft?

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen, wa...

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen, was die Patientenversorgung verbessert. In der Automobilindustrie ermöglicht Computer Vision die Entwicklung von Fahrerassistenzsystemen und autonomen Fahrzeugen, die die Verkehrssicherheit erhöhen. In der Landwirtschaft wird Computer Vision eingesetzt, um Ernteprozesse zu optimieren, die Qualität von Pflanzen zu überwachen und den Einsatz von Pestiziden zu reduzieren, was zu einer effizienteren und nachhaltigeren Nahrungsmittelproduktion führt.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Landwirtschaft?

Computer Vision hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Medizin, da sie bei der Diagnose von Krankheiten und der Überwachung von Patient...

Computer Vision hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Medizin, da sie bei der Diagnose von Krankheiten und der Überwachung von Patienten eingesetzt wird. In der Automobilindustrie wird Computer Vision für die Entwicklung von autonomen Fahrzeugen und Fahrerassistenzsystemen verwendet. In der Landwirtschaft hilft Computer Vision bei der Ernteüberwachung, der Unkrautbekämpfung und der Ertragsprognose. Durch die präzise Erfassung und Analyse von visuellen Daten trägt Computer Vision in allen drei Bereichen zu Effizienzsteigerungen und besseren Ergebnissen bei.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Landwirtschaft?

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen, wa...

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen, was die Patientenversorgung verbessert. In der Automobilindustrie wird Computer Vision für die Entwicklung von Fahrerassistenzsystemen und autonomen Fahrzeugen eingesetzt, um die Verkehrssicherheit zu erhöhen. In der Landwirtschaft ermöglicht Computer Vision die Überwachung von Pflanzenwachstum, die Erkennung von Schädlingen und die Optimierung von Ernte- und Bewässerungsprozessen, um die Effizienz und Produktivität zu steigern. Insgesamt trägt Computer Vision in diesen Bereichen dazu bei, Prozesse zu automatisieren, die Genauigkeit zu verbessern und neue Möglichkeiten für Innovationen zu schaffen.

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Wie beeinflusst die Computer Vision die Bereiche der Medizin, der Automobilindustrie und der Landwirtschaft?

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen. In...

Computer Vision hat in der Medizin dazu beigetragen, präzisere Diagnosen zu stellen und chirurgische Eingriffe zu unterstützen. In der Automobilindustrie ermöglicht sie die Entwicklung von autonom fahrenden Fahrzeugen und verbessert die Sicherheit auf der Straße. In der Landwirtschaft wird Computer Vision eingesetzt, um Ernteerträge zu optimieren, Krankheiten bei Pflanzen frühzeitig zu erkennen und den Einsatz von Pestiziden zu reduzieren. Insgesamt trägt Computer Vision in diesen Bereichen dazu bei, Prozesse zu automatisieren, Effizienz zu steigern und die Genauigkeit von Entscheidungen zu verbessern.

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