7th Pacific Rim Symposium on
Image and Video Technology

23-27 November, 2015,   Auckland, New Zealand

PSIVT Workshop Programs

Monday 23 Nov

Robot Vision (RV 2015)

10.30-10.40 Opening by Young-Jae Ryoo, Korea

Session chair: Young-Jae Ryoo, Korea

10.40-11.00 Session 1

  1. Christopher D. Williams, Manoranjan Paul and Tanmoy Debnath. Enhancing Automated Defect Detection in Collagen Based Manufacturing by Employing a Smart Machine Vision Technique

11.00-11.30 Morning Tea

Session chair: Loulin Huang, New Zealand

11.30-13.10 Session 2

  1. Kinam Lee, Young-Jae Ryoo. Computer Vision Technology for Robot to Follow Guided Track Using Neuro-Fuzzy System
  2. Ying Zhao, Chao Chen, Liyan Liu and Wei Wang. Automatic Matting using Depth and Adaptive Trimap
  3. Haokun Geng, Hsiang-Jen Chien and Reinhard Klette. Multi-Run: An Approach for Filling in Missing Information of 3D Roadside Reconstruction
  4. Tom Botterill, Matthew Signal, Steven Mills and Richard Green. Design and Calibration of Multi-Camera Systems for 3D Computer Vision: Lessons Learnt from Two Case Studies
  5. Mahmudul Hassan and Anuja Dharmaratne. Attribute Based Affordance Detection from Human-Object Interaction Images

13.00-13.10 Discussion and Concluding Remarks by Workshop Organizers

Monday 23 Nov

2D and 3D Geometric Properties from Incomplete Data (GPID 2015)

13.15-13.20 Opening

Session chair: Ryszard Kozera, Poland

13.20-15.00 Session 1

  1. Ryszard Kozera and Lyle Noakes. Optimal Knots Selection for Sparse Reduced Data
  2. Bingshu Wang, Wenqian Zhu, Yong Zhao and Yongjun Zhang. Moving Cast Shadow Detection using Joint Color and Texture Features with Neighboring Information
  3. Leszek J Chmielewski, Arkadiusz Orlowski, Katarzyna Smietanska, Jaroslaw Górski, Krzysztof Krajewski, Maciej Janowicz, Jacek Wilkowski and Krystyna Kietlinska. Detection of Surface Defects of Type 'Orange Skin' in Furniture Elements with Conventional Image Processing Methods
  4. Sandipan Banerjee and Domingo Mery. Iris Segmentation using Geodesic Active Contours and GrabCut
  5. Paul L. Rosin and Joviša Žunić. Measuring Convexity via Convex Polygons

15.00-15.45 Afternoon Tea

Session chair: Lyle Noakes, Australia

15.45-17.25 Session 2

  1. Rafael Guillermo Gonzalez Acuña, Junli Tao, Daniel Breen, Barbara Breen, Steve Pointing, Len Gillman and Reinhard Klette. Robust Segmentation of Aerial Image Data Recorded for Landscape Ecology Studies
  2. Ryszard Kozera, Felicja Okulicka-Dluzewska and Lyle Noakes. Integrated Parallel 2D-Leap-Frog Algorithm for Noisy Three Image Photometric Stereo
  3. Marcin Bator, Leszek J Chmielewski and Arkadiusz Orlowski. Heuristic Assessment of Parameters of the Local Ground Approximation from Terrestrial LIDAR Data
  4. Fernando Dìaz-del-Rìo, Pedro Real, and Darian Onchis. A Parallel Implementation for Computing the Region-Adjacency-Tree of a Segmentation of a 2D Digital Image
  5. H. Waruna H. Premachandra, Chinthaka Premachandra, Hiroharu Kawanaka and Tomotaka Kimur. Character Recognition of Sinhala Scripts using Character Geometry Features and Artificial Neural Networks
  6. Wladyslaw Homenda and Krystian Kwieciński. Attribute Grammars for Controlling House Layout Customization

17.25-17.30 Closing

Monday 23 Nov

Vision meets Graphics (VG 2015)

13.15-13.20 Opening

Session chair: Taehyun Rhee, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

13.20-14.10 Invited Talk Autonomous Facial Animation using Models of Embodied Cognition Mark Sagar University of Auckland

Session chair: Paul Rosin, Cardiff University, UK

14.10-15.00 Session 1

  1. Marco Visentini-Scarzanella, Takuto Hirukawa, Hiroshi Kawasaki, Ryo Furukawa and Shinsaku Hiura. A Two Plane Volumetric Display for Simultaneous Independent Images at Multiple Depths
  2. Jinwoo Lee, Joo-Haeng Lee and Junho Kim. Analysis on Coupled Line Cameras using Projective Geometry

15.00-15.45 Afternoon Tea

Session chair: Paul Rosin, Cardiff University, UK

15.45-16.35 Session 2

  1. Jinze Yu, Martin Constable, Junyan Wang, Kap Luk Chan and Michael S. Brown. Aesthetic Interactive Hue Manipulation for Natural Scene Images
  2. Thomas Iorns and Taehyun Rhee. Real-Time Image Based Lighting for 360-degree Panoramic Video

Session chair: Paul Rosin, Cardiff University, UK

16.35-17.25 Invited Talk Detail Preservation and Enhancement in Image Stylization David Mould Carleton University

17.25-17.30 Closing

Tuesday 24 Nov

Mathematical and Computational Methods in Biomedical Imaging and Image Analysis (MCBMIIA 2015)

11.30-11.40 Opening by Hidekata Hontani

Session chair: Atsushi Imiya, Japan

11.40-12.40 Session 1

Invited Talk : Melanoma Image Processing and Analysis for Decision Support Systems Hamid Gholamhosseini Auckland University of Technology

Shereen Afifi, Hamid GholamHosseini and Roopak Sinha. Hardware Acceleration of SVM-based Classifier for Melanoma Images

12.40-13.40 Lunch

Session chair: Hidekata Hontani, Japan

13.40-15.00 Session 2

Invited Talk : Segmentation of Organs with Atypical Shapes and/or Large Pathological Lesions from Medical Volumes Akinobu Shimizu

Invited Talk : Higher-Order Graph Cuts and Medical Image Segmentation Hiroshi Ishikawa Waseda University

15.00-15.30 Afternoon Tea

Session chair: Atsushi Imiya, Japan

15.30-17.00 Session 3

Invited Talk : Realistic 3D Cell Modelling for FEM Simulation John Rugis University of Auckland

Erik Soltow and Bodo Rosenhahn. Automatic Pose Estimation Using Contour Information from X-Ray Images

Mitsunori Yamada, Hidekata Hontani and Hiroshi Matsuzoe. A Study on Model Selection from the q-Exponential Distribution for Constructing an Organ Point Distribution Model

16.50-17.00 Closing

Tuesday 24 Nov

Passive and Active Electro-Optical Sensors for Aerial and Space Imaging (EO4AS 2015)

09.30-09.40 Opening by Ralf Reulke and John Robertson

Session chair: Anko Börner, Germany

09.30-09.40 : Invited Talk : Recent Progress in In-Flight Radiometric Calibration and Validation of the RapidEye Constellation Andreas Brunn BlackBridge

09.30-09.40 : Invited Talk : Developments in Airborne and UAV Sensors Ruedi J. Wagner Leica Geosystems

11.00-11.30 Morning Tea

Session chair: John Robertson, New Zealand

11.30-13.00 Oral Session

  1. Peter Reinartz. Recent Developments in Airborne Real-Time Monitoring
  2. Tom Segert. Kent-Ridge-1, a Novel Low Cost Platform for Hyperspectral Imaging
  3. Carsten Paproth, Thomas Säuberlich, Jürgen Wohlfeil and Anko Börner. DLR - Low Level Data Processing for TET-1 - Challenges and Pitfalls
  4. Horst Schwarzer, Andreas Eckardt and Ralf Reulke. Verification of a Spectrometer Breadboard for Characterization of a Future Spaceborne Sensor

13.00-13.05 Closing

Tuesday 24 Nov

Video Surveillance (VSWS 2015)

13.50-14.00 Opening by Wei Qi Yan, Auckland University of Technology, NZ

Session chair: Feng Liu, China

14.00-15.00 Session 1. Security in Surveillance

  1. Alireza Jolfaei, Xin-Wen Wu and Vallipuram Muthukkumarasamy. A Secure Lightweight Texture Encryption Scheme
  2. Wei Qi Yan and Feng Liu. Event Analogy Based Privacy Preservation in Visual Surveillance
  3. Chunlin Lu, Lidong Zhai, Tao Liu and Na Li. Network Intrusion Detection Based on Neural Networks and D-S Evidence

15.00-15.30 Afternoon Tea

15.30-16.30 Session 2. Visual Analysis in Surveillance

  1. Jong Taek Lee, Kil-Taek Lim and Yunsu Chung. Moving Shadow Detection from Background Image and Deep Learning
  2. Boris Bačić. Extracting Player's Stance Information from 3D Motion Data: A Case Study in Tennis Groundstrokes
  3. Md. Musfequs Salehin and Manoranjan Paul. Fusion of Foreground Object, Spatial and Frequency Domain Motion Information for Video Summarization

16.30-16.35 Closing