Parallel Image Analysis: Tools and Models
World Scientific, 1998 - Computers - 134 pages
This book contains a selection of papers presented at the Fourth International Workshop on Parallel Image Analysis, held at the Laboratoire de l'Informatique du Parall lisme of the Ecole Normale Sup rieure de Lyon, France. It is representative of the traditional topics of the workshop, from theoretical models for parallel image analysis to real life applications implemented on parallel multicomputers.
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Parallel Distributed Detection of an Invariant Feature Associated
Parallel Tools for Colored Image Processing
A Load Balanced Parallel Ground Visualization Tool
Modeling 3D Deformable Object with the Active Pyramid
1st row active pyramid allocation alternating Turing machines application approach architectures associated asynchronous automaton catenation cell check-mark closure operation color quantization computation tree configuration contraction mappings convergence Cray T3D data structure defined distributed dynamic efficiency existential extended input finite control form factor fractional pyramid function global illumination graph Graphics IEEE image processing implementation Inoue input tape interpolation iteration labeled Lemma load balancing Lyon mapping Marching-Cubes algorithm massively parallel memory mesh number of processors number of vertices object one-marker automata optimization output image parallel algorithm parallel computer Parallel Image Analysis parallel machine pattern performed pixel PPCM problem Proc processor q projected patch Proof proxels quantization radiosity row column row cyclic closure scene scheme segmentation sequential SIMD slice solution space span step surface Takanami techniques texture Theorem Turing machines two-dimensional tape vertex visualization Volvox voxels workstations z-buffer