Journals starting with ecv

ECVW10 * *Embedded Computer Vision
* Binary histogram based split/merge object detection using FPGAs
* census-based stereo vision algorithm using modified Semi-Global Matching and plane fitting to improve matching quality, A
* Comparison of FPGA and GPU implementations of real-time stereo vision
* Dynamically reconfigurable architecture for real time adaptation of H264/AVC-SVC video streams
* Efficient planar features matching for robot localization using GPU
* Fast locally consistent dense stereo on multicore
* FPGA-based robust ellipse estimation for circular road sign detection
* FPGA-GPU architecture for kernel SVM pedestrian detection
* GPU computing with orientation maps for extracting local invariant features
* High-speed vision systems and projectors for real-time perception of the world
* Indoor-outdoor detector for mobile phone cameras using gentle boosting
* Mobile panoramic imaging system
* Mobile photo collage
* real-time pedestrian classification method for event-based dynamic stereo vision, A
* Real-time Semi-Global Matching on the CPU
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ECVW11 * *Embedded Computer Vision
* Accelerating neuromorphic vision on FPGAs
* Acceleration of an improved Retinex algorithm
* Adapting algorithms for hardware implementation
* Efficient reconfigurable entropy coder for embedded multi-standards video adaptation
* Ego-motion compensated face detection on a mobile device
* Embedded face and biometric technologies for national and border security
* Embedded neuromorphic vision for humanoid robots
* Energy-Efficient Foreground Object Detection on Embedded Smart Cameras by Hardware-Level Operations
* Energy-optimized mapping of application to smartphone platform: A case study of mobile face recognition
* Event-driven stereo vision for fall detection
* Fast block based local motion estimation for video stabilization
* Fast boosting trees for classification, pose detection, and boundary detection on a GPU
* FPGA implementation of Naive Bayes classifier for visual object recognition
* Implementation and evaluation of FAST corner detection on the massively parallel embedded processor MX-G
* Low-power and efficient ambient assistive care system for elders
* motion based real-time foveation control loop for rapid and relevant 3D laser scanning, A
* Near real-time Fast Bilateral Stereo on the GPU
* NeuFlow: A runtime reconfigurable dataflow processor for vision
* optimized Silicon Retina stereo matching algorithm using time-space correlation, An
* optimized vision library approach for embedded systems, An
* Pedestrian detection using GPU-accelerated multiple cue computation
* Photorealistic 3D face modeling on a smartphone
* Rapid reconstruction of small objects on mobile phones
* real-time embedded solution for skew correction in banknote analysis, A
* Real-time license plate localisation on FPGA
* Robust airlight estimation for haze removal from a single image
* Stereo and IMU assisted visual odometry on an OMAP3530 for small robots
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ECVW12 * *Embedded Computer Vision
* challenge of putting vision algorithms into a car, The
* CPU-GPU hybrid people counting system for real-world airport scenarios using arbitrary oblique view cameras, A
* Embedded fall detection with a neural network and bio-inspired stereo vision
* Embedded smart sensor for outdoor parking lot lighting control
* Event-driven embodied system for feature extraction and object recognition in robotic applications
* Feature detection and matching on an SIMD/MIMD hybrid embedded processor
* GPU accelerated Fast Directional Chamfer Matching algorithm and a detailed comparison with a highly optimized CPU implementation, A
* Head-tracking virtual 3-D display for mobile devices
* High-speed line-scan camera with multi-line CMOS color sensor
* Real-time body motion analysis for dance pattern recognition
* Single-view obstacle detection for smart back-up camera systems
* Spatiotemporal multiple persons tracking using Dynamic Vision Sensor
* Stereo Vision embedded system for Augmented Reality
* SURF cascade face detection acceleration on Sandy Bridge processor
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ECVW13 * *Embedded Computer Vision
* Efficient GPU-Based Graph Cuts for Stereo Matching
* Embedded Vision Services Framework for Heterogeneous Accelerators, An
* FPGA-Based Real-Time Pedestrian Detection on High-Resolution Images
* GPU-Accelerated Human Detection Using Fast Directional Chamfer Matching
* GPU-SHOT: Parallel Optimization for Real-Time 3D Local Description
* Ground Truth Evaluation for Event-Based Silicon Retina Stereo Data
* Next Generation FPGAs and SOCs: How Embedded Systems Can Profit
* Pedestrian Detection at Warp Speed: Exceeding 500 Detections per Second
* Scalable Frame to Block Based Automatic Converter for Efficient Embedded Vision Processing
* Stereo Vision Algorithms for FPGAs
* Vision-Based Lane Analysis: Exploration of Issues and Approaches for Embedded Realization
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ECVW14 * *Embedded Computer Vision
* 240 G-ops/s Mobile Coprocessor for Deep Neural Networks, A
* Addressing System-Level Optimization with OpenVX Graphs
* Brain-Inspired Classroom Occupancy Monitoring on a Low-Power Mobile Platform
* Compute-Efficient Algorithm for Robust Eyebrow Detection, A
* Efficient Lane and Vehicle Detection with Integrated Synergies (ELVIS)
* Embedded Solution to Visual Mapping for Consumer Drones, An
* Exploiting Traffic Scene Disparity Statistics for Stereo Vision
* Fast LBP Face Detection on Low-Power SIMD Architectures
* FPGA-Based Fast Response Image Analysis for Autonomous or Semi-autonomous Indoor Flight
* Gesture Recognition in Ego-centric Videos Using Dense Trajectories and Hand Segmentation
* High-Performance Hardware Architecture for a Frameless Stereo Vision Algorithm Implemented on a FPGA Platform, A
* Sightfield: Visualizing Computer Vision, and Seeing Its Capacity to See, The
* Surround View Camera Solution for Embedded Systems, A
* Towards Autonomous Navigation of Miniature UAV
* Train Station Surveillance System: Challenges and Solutions, A
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