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2418 | A combined corner and edge detector
- Harris, Stephens
- 1988
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Citation Context ...lane Figure 1. Overall framework for successive bitplane-based image sensing and incremental salient point detection.s2. INCREMENTAL SALIENT POINT DETECTIONsThe basic algorithm of Harris and Stephens =-=[2]-=- for image salientpoint detection of an image Isconsisting of R C×spixels operates on the autocorrelation matrix of the image derivatives (X, Y):s⎥⎦ ⎤⎢⎣ ⎡= BC CA Ms(1)sIn order to suppress the noise a... |

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Obstacle avoidance and navigation in the real world by a seeing robot rover
- Moravec
- 1980
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Citation Context ...NTRODUCTIONsLow-level feature detectors attempt to isolate image areas thatscontain visually important data, such as edges or corners. Manyssuch approaches have been proposed within the last 30 years =-=[1]-=-- [3] and they are generally termed as detectors of points of interestsor salient point detectors (SPDs). Some of the first works in thesarea (e.g. Moravec’s work) were motivated by the fact that lowl... |

85 | An architecture for compressive imaging
- Wakin, Laska, et al.
- 2006
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Citation Context ... the bestspossible result under rapidly-changing system resources [4] [7].sBesides the computational aspects, new trends have alsosemerged in the image sensor arena. Approaches for compressedssensing =-=[5]-=- are assuming the use of limited sensory equipments(even up to single-pixel sensors [5]) to derive a resolution andsquality-refinable approximation of the input visual data. A moresstraightforward and... |

57 | Spatiotemporal salient points for visual recognition of human actions
- Oikonomopoulos, Patras, et al.
- 2005
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Citation Context ...in thesarea (e.g. Moravec’s work) were motivated by the fact that lowlevel real-time image analysis is extremely useful for various applications in robotics [1], real-time surveillance and monitorings=-=[9]-=-, etc. Computational and sensing energy requirements are verysimportant for these applications. Today, even though computingssystems have evolved to the extend where derivative-based approaches can be... |

42 | The area-time complexity of binary multiplication
- Brent, Kung
- 1981
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Citation Context ...cesses allsbitplanes at once. Thus, we follow the approach proposed in [7]sand utilize the following metrics inspired by classic work in thesarea-time complexity of binary multiplication and addition =-=[8]-=-.sDefinition 1 (from [7]): Addition of two numbers representedswith 1Nsand 2Nsbits, each having an additional bit as the sign bitsas in (3), requires the following number of operations:s1 2 add max{ ,... |

20 | Energy-efficient CPU scheduling for multimedia applications
- Yuan, Nahrstedt
- 2006
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Citation Context ...nd energysresources remain an important concern. Finally, most modern realization platforms utilize dynamic task scheduling, and low-powerstask scheduling, e.g. via the use of dynamic voltage scaling =-=[4]-=-.sHence, multimedia applications need to be able to produce the bestspossible result under rapidly-changing system resources [4] [7].sBesides the computational aspects, new trends have alsosemerged in... |

17 | Gamal, A Nyquist-rate pixel-level ADC for CMOS image sensors
- Yang, Fowler, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ...proach is based onsCMOS image sensors capturing the input source incrementallysfrom the most-significant bits (MSBs) to the least-significant bitss(LSBs) using successive analog-to-digital conversion =-=[6]-=-.sIn this paper, we consider the detector of Harris and Stevenssand extend it to support incremental derivation of salient imagespoints with increased input image precision. This complies withsthe inc... |

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der Schaar, “Incremental refinement of computation for the discrete wavelet transform
- Andreopoulos, van
- 2008
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Citation Context ...-powerstask scheduling, e.g. via the use of dynamic voltage scaling [4].sHence, multimedia applications need to be able to produce the bestspossible result under rapidly-changing system resources [4] =-=[7]-=-.sBesides the computational aspects, new trends have alsosemerged in the image sensor arena. Approaches for compressedssensing [5] are assuming the use of limited sensory equipments(even up to single-... |

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Evaluation of Interest Point Detectors,” in the International
- Schmid, Mohr, et al.
- 2000
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Citation Context ...UCTIONsLow-level feature detectors attempt to isolate image areas thatscontain visually important data, such as edges or corners. Manyssuch approaches have been proposed within the last 30 years [1]- =-=[3]-=- and they are generally termed as detectors of points of interestsor salient point detectors (SPDs). Some of the first works in thesarea (e.g. Moravec’s work) were motivated by the fact that lowlevel ... |

1 | Incremental refinement of computation for the discrete wavelet transform,” presented at the
- Andreopoulos, Schaar
- 2007
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Citation Context .... EXPERIMENTAL RESULTSsWe experimented with a variety of natural images includingshuman faces, pictures of scenery and objects as well as surveillance pictures. Extensive experiments are presented in =-=[10]-=-.sThe experimental settings for the utilized SPD were set as ins[3], i.e. 0.06k = , 2 2σ = , sensed0.01 max{ }nΘ = ⋅ R . Concerning parameters specific for the proposed incremental approach,swe set th... |