Wolfgang Hübner

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A fundamental problem in computer vision is the precise determination of correspondences between pairs of images. Many methods have been proposed which work very well for image data from one modality. However, with the wide availability of sensor systems with different spectral sensitivities there is growing demand to automatically fuse the information from(More)
We address the problem of 2D and 3D human pose estimation using monocular camera information only. Generative approaches usually consist of two computationally demanding steps. First, different configurations of a complex 3D body model are projected into the image plane. Second, the projected synthetic person images and images of real persons are compared(More)
at the university of Bremen, for making this work possible. Especially I would like to thank Prof. Mallot, who supported the work with valuable advice, hardware and funds. I am further grateful to him for giving me the opportunity to work for three years on the MONIST 1 project, where i was able to collect experience beyond the issues of my thesis. I(More)
Complex navigation behaviour (way-finding) involves recognizing several places and encoding a spatial relationship between them. Way-finding skills can be classified into a hierarchy according to the complexity of the tasks that can be performed [8]. The most basic form of way-finding is route navigation, followed by topological navigation where several(More)