Hiroshi Murase

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The problem of automatically learning object models for recognition and pose estimation is addressed. In contrast to the traditional approach, the recognition problem is formulated as one of matching appearance rather than shape. The appearance of an object in a two-dimensional image depends on its shape, reflectance properties, pose in the scene, and the(More)
This paper proposes a quick method of similaritybased signal searching to detect and locate a specific audio or video signal given as a query in a stored long audio or video signal. With existing techniques, similarity-based searching may become impractical in terms of computing time in the case of searching through long-running (several-days’ worth of)(More)
This paper describes a new method to calculate the spatio-temporal correlation efficiently in a parametric eigenspace representation for moving object recognition. A parametric eigenspace compactly represents the temporal change of an image sequence by a trajectory in the eigenspace. This representation reduces the computational cost of correlation-based(More)
G. Motyl, F. Chaumette, and J. Gallice, “A camera and laser stripe in sensor based control,” Second Int. Symp. on Measurement und Control in Robotics, AIST Tsukuba Research Center, Japan, Nov. 1992, pp. 685-692. G. Motyl, P. Martinet, J. Gallice, “Visual servoing with respect to a target sphere using a camerdlaser-stripe sensor,” in 1993 lnt. Con$ on(More)
Most visual features are parametric in nature, including, edges, lines, corners, and junctions. We propose an algorithm to automatically construct detectors for arbitrary parametric features. To maximize robustness we use realistic multi-parameter feature models and incorporate optical and sensing effects. Each feature is represented as a densely sampled(More)
We address the problem of automatically learning object models for recognition and pose estimation. In contrast to the traditional approach, we formulate the recognition problem as one of matching visual appearance rather than shape. The appearance of an object in a two-dimensional image depends on its shape, pose in the scene, reflectance properties, and(More)