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Seminar 11142
Innovations for Shape Analysis: Models and Algorithms

Michael Breuß (Universität des Saarlandes, DE), Alfred M. Bruckstein (Technion - Haifa, IL), Petros Maragos (National TU - Athens, GR)

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Seminar Wide Materials
 
 Schedule of Talks
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Fethallah Benmansour , EPFL - Lausanne
 Geodesic Variations: algorithms and applications
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Michael Breuss , Universität des Saarlandes
 Refined Homotopic Thinning Algorithms and Quality Measures for Skeletonisation Methods
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Alex M. Bronstein , Tel Aviv University
 Local and Global Diffusion Geometry in Non-rigid Shape Analysis
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Michael M. Bronstein , Universität Lugano
 Intrinsic symmetry
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Thomas Brox , Universität Freiburg
 Video analysis: a tool towards unsupervised learning of shapes
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Alfred M. Bruckstein , Technion - Haifa
 

Elisabetta Carlini , University of Rome "La Sapienza"
 A Semi-Lagrangian scheme for the AMSS model
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Leila De Floriani , University of Genova
 Modeling Morse Complexes in Arbitrary Dimensions
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Stephan Didas , Fraunhofer ITWM - Kaiserslautern
 Shape Analysis Problems in Practical Applications
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Anastasia Dubrovina , Technion - Haifa
 Non-rigid shape correspondence by matching pointwise surface descriptors and metric structures
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Maurizio Falcone , University of Rome "La Sapienza"
 Semi-Lagrangian schemes for nonlinear PDEs in image processing
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P. Thomas Fletcher , University of Utah
 Geodesic Regression on Shape Manifolds
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Silvano Galliani , Universität des Saarlandes
 

Hans-Christian Hege , ZIB - Berlin
 I. Statistical shape models in biomedical image segmentation II. Visualization of Fuzzy Shapes
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Petros Maragos , National TU - Athens
 

Roberto Mecca , University of Rome "La Sapienza"
 A PDE approach to Photometric Shape from Shading
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Serena Morigi , University of Bologna
 Discrete surface processing and adaptive remeshing
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Pablo Muse , Universidad de la Republica - Montevideo
 A truly unsupervised, non-parametric clustering method
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Martin Oswald , TU München
 Image-based 3D Modeling via Cheeger Sets
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Stephen M. Pizer , University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
 Nested Sphere Statistics of Skeletal Models
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Guy Rosman , Technion - Haifa
 Group-valued regularization for motion segmentation of dynamic non-rigid shapes
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Martin Rumpf , Universität Bonn
  Variational Models in Shape Space and Links to Continuum Mechanics
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Gabriella Sanniti Di Baja , CNR - Naples
 3D curve skeleton computation and use for discrete shape analysis
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Nir Sochen , Tel Aviv University
 

Xue-Cheng Tai , University of Bergen
 Global Minimization for Continuous Multiphase Partitioning Problems Using a Dual Approach and graph cuts algorithms
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Sibel Tari , Middle East Technical University- Ankara
 Non-Local Ambrosio-Tortorelli and 3-Partite Skeletons
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Christian Woehler , TU Dortmund
 Integrated DEM Construction and Calibration of Hyperspectral Imagery: A Remote Sensing Perspective
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Laurent Younes , Johns Hopkins University
 Stochastic Diffeomorphic Evolution and Tracking
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Hong-Kai Zhao , University of California - Irvine
 Shape analysis for 3D point cloud.
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Steven W. Zucker , Yale University
 

Jovisa Zunic , University of Exeter
 Orientation and Anisotropy of Multicomponent Shapes
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