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With the development of globalization, numerous tele-conferencing systems have been developed to shorten the distance between people. Tele-presence is one of these systems which can broadcast high-quality audio and video to remote sites trying to give the illusion to the participants that they...
The main area of research delineated in this thesis provides instances when Computer vision based technology has shown tremendous productivity gains in the Oil sands industry in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Specifically, the interface between Bitumen-froth (crude oil) and the Middlings (Sand)...
A fundamental component of stereo vision is that of epipolar geometry. It shows that the corresponding point of a pixel in one image is restricted to a line in another image. When a refractive surface is introduced, such as in underwater imaging, this constraint no longer holds. Instead, the...
Here, we use the premise of an actual image-retrieval application to examine how various approaches and techniques in computer vision help to bridge the much talked about semantic gap. A lot of cross-fertilization of ideas from the world of text processing has found its way into image processing...