POCV 2008
The Sixth IEEE Computer Society Workshop on Perceptual Organization in Computer Vision

Anchorage, Alaska, USA
June 23, 2008
In Conjunction with IEEE CVPR 2008



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Workshop Chairs
Jianbo Shi,
University of Pennsylvania, USA

Olga Veksler,
University of Western Ontario, Canada




TECHNICAL PROGRAM

SESSION 1 (9:00-10)

Unsupervised learning of categorical segments in image collections
Marco Andreetto, Lihi Zelnik-Manor and Pietro Perona

Towards Unconstrained Face Recognition
Erik Learned-Miller, Gary Huang and Manju Narayana

Investigating How and When Perceptual Organization Cues Improve Boundary Detection in Natural Images
Leandro Loss, George Bebis, Mircea Nicolescu and Alexei Skurikhin


Short Break

SESSION 2 (10:30-12:10)

Towards understanding what makes 3D objects appear simple or complex
Sreenivas R. Sukumar, David L. Page, Andreas F. Koschan, and Mongi A. Abidi

Detecting mirror-symmetry of a volumetric shape from its single 2D image
Tadamasa Sawada and Zygmunt Pizlo

Open Boundary Capable Edge Grouping with Feature Maps
Joachim Stahl, Kenton Oliver and Song Wang

Model-Based Perceptual Grouping and Shape Abstraction
Pablo Sala and Sven Dickinson

Hierarchical Image Segmentation by Polygon Grouping
Lakshman Prasad, Sriram Swaminarayan


LUNCH BREAK (12:10-1:50)

INVITED TALK (1:50-2:50)

Shape Optimization in Computer Vision via Minimal Cycles in Graphs
Daniel Cremers

SESSION 3 (2:50-3:10)

Inferring Spatial Layout from A Single Image via Depth-Ordered Grouping
Stella Yu, Hao Zhang and Jitendra Malik


Short Break

SESSION 4 (3:45-4:45)

Anytimeness Avoids Parameters in Detecting Closed Convex Polygons
Michael Zillich and Markus Vincze

Efficient Anisotropic \alpha-Kernels Decompositions and Flows
Micha Feigin, Nir Sochen and Baba Vemuri

Detecting Multiple Moving Objects in Crowded Environments with Coherent Motion Regions
Anil Cheriyadat, Richard Radke and Budhendra Bhaduri