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Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 10th International Conference, DGCI 2002, Bordeaux, France, April 3-5, 2002. Proceedings

Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 10th International Conference, DGCI 2002, Bordeaux, France, April 3-5, 2002. Proceedings (Paperback)

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DGCI2002,thetenthinaseriesofinternationalconferencesonDiscreteG- metry for Computer Imagery, was held in Bordeaux, France April 3-5, 2002. The aim of the conference was to present recent advances in both theoretical aspectsandapplicationsofdiscretegeometry. ItwasorganizedbytheLabo- toryofComputerScienceofBordeaux(Bordeaux1University)andsponsored bytheInternationalAssociationforPatternRecognition(IAPR)andtheFrench NationalCenterofScienti?cResearch(CNRS). This DGCI conference con?rmed the increasing interest of the computer imagery community for discrete geometry, with 67 papers submitted from 23 countriesallaroundtheworld. Afterreviewing,35contributionswereaccepted fromwhich22wereselectedfororalpresentationand13forposterpresentation. These contributions focus mainly on the following topics: Models for Discrete Geometry, Topology, Combinatorial Image Analysis, Morphological Analysis, Segmentation,ShapeRepresentationandRecovery,andApplicationsofDiscrete GeometryinImageProcessingandComputerGraphics. Thisprogramwascompletedbyinvitedlecturesfromthreeinternationally known speakers: Alfred M.

Bruckstein (Haifa Computer Science Dept, Israel), Gabor Herman (City University of New York, USA), and Walter Kropatsch (TechnicalUniversityofVienna,Austria). Manypeoplehavecontributedtotheorganizationoftheconference. Inp- ticular we would like to thank all the authors who submitted papers and the invitedspeakersfortheircontribution. Alsowewouldliketothanktheprogram committeeandthereviewerboardfortheircarefulreviewandthemembersof theSteeringCommitteeandoftheLocalCommitteefortheirhelp. Wearegratefultothefollowinginstitutionsfortheir?nancialsupport:the Bordeaux1University,R'egionAquitaine,theCNRS,theLaBRI(Laboratoryof ComputerScienceofBordeaux),theENSEIRB(NationalSchoolofEngineersin Electronics,ComputerScience,andTelecommunicationofBordeaux),andthe CityofBordeaux. Finallywethankalltheparticipantsandwehopethattheyfoundinterestin thescienti?cprogramandthattheyenjoyedtheirstayinthecapitalofGasconha. January2002 AchilleBraquelaire Jacques-OlivierLachaud AnneVialard Organization ConferenceCo-chairs A. Braquelaire LaBRI,Bordeaux,France J. P. Domenger LaBRI,Bordeaux,France J. O. Lachaud LaBRI,Bordeaux,France SteeringCommittee E. Ahronovitz France G. Bertrand France G. Borgefors Sweden J. M.

Chassery France A. Montanvert France M. Nivat France ProgramCommittee E. Andres IRCOM-SIC,Poitiers,France A. DelLungo UniversityofSienna,Italy U. Eckhardt Universit. atHamburg,Germany C. Fiorio LIRMM,Montpellier,France R. W. Hall Dept. ofEE,UniversityofPittsburgh,USA T. Y. Kong CUNY,NewYork,USA W. Kropatsch TU,Vienna,Austria A. Kuba UniversityofSzeged,Hungary J. O. Lachaud LaBRI,Universit'eBordeaux1,France R. Malgouyres LLAIC,Universit'eClermont1,France S. Miguet ERIC,Universit'eLyon2,France I. Ragnemalm ISY,Dept. ofEE,Link. opingUniversity,Sweden P. Soille JointResearchCenter,Ispra,Italy G. Szekely ETH-Zuric .. h,Switzerland LocalOrganizingCommittee S. Alayrangues LaBRI,Bordeaux,France A. Ali-Mhammad LaBRI,Bordeaux,France G. deDietrich LaBRI,Bordeaux,France P. Desbarats LaBRI,Bordeaux,France B. Kerautret LaBRI,Bordeaux,France B. Taton LaBRI,Bordeaux,France A. Vialard LaBRI,Bordeaux,France VIII Organization Referees E. Ahronovitz A. DelLungo S.

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