ACVR2014 - LIST OF ACCEPTED PAPERS


  
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  Paper Title and Authors
A Visual SLAM system with mobile robot supporting Localization services to visually impaired people
Nguyen Quoc Hung, MICA
"Way to Go!" Detecting Open Areas Ahead of a Walking Person
Boris Schauerte, KIT; Daniel Koester, KIT; Rainer Stiefelhagen, KIT
Vision-based SLAM and moving objects tracking for the perceptual support of a smart walker platform
Paschalis Panteleris, FORTH; Antonis Argyros, FORTH
Vision Correcting Displays Based on Inverse Blurring and Aberration Compensation
Brian Barsky, Univ. of California, Berkeley; Fu-Chung Huang, University of California, Berkeley; Douglas Lanman, MIT; Gordon Wetzstein, MIT;  Ramesh Raskar, MIT
3D glasses to improve autonomous mobility of people visually impaired
Stefano Mattoccia, Department of Computer Science; Paolo Macrě, University of Bologna
Scene-Dependent Intention Recognition for Task Communication with Reduced Human-Robot Interaction
Kester Duncan, University of South Florida; Sudeep Sarkar, ; Redwan Alqasemi, ; Rajiv Dubey, 
Egocentric Object Recognition leveraging the 3D Shape of the Grasping Hand
Yizhou  Lin, Stevens Institute of Technology; Gang Hua, Stevens Institute of Technology; Philippos Mordohai, Stevens Institute of Technolog
Face Recognition for the Visually Impaired Based on 3D Registration Using a RGB-D Sensor
Wei Li, City College of New York; Xudong Li, Beihang University; Martin Goldberg, CUNY Graduate Center; Zhigang  Zhu, City College of New York
Robust Eye Blink Detection using Statistical Variance of Local Moves within the Eye Region
Tomas Drutarovsky, Slovak University of Technology; Andrej Fogelton, Slovak University ofTechnology
A Robust Vision-Based Framework for Screen Readers
Michael Cormier, University of Waterloo; Robin Cohen, University of Waterloo; Richard Mann, University of Waterloo; Kamal Rahim, University of Waterloo; Donglin Wang, University of Waterloo
Learning Pain from Emotion: Transferred HoT Data Representation for Pain Intensity Estimation
Corneliu Florea, University Politehnica of Buc.; Laura Florea, University Politehnica of Bucarest; Constantin Vertan, University Politehnica of Bucarest
Neural Network Fusion of Color, Depth and Location for Object Instance Recognition on a Mobile Robot
Louis-Charles Caron, ENSTA ParisTech; David Filliat, ENSTA ParisTech; Alexander Gepperth, ENSTA ParisTech
Calculating Reachable Workspace Volume for use in Quantitative Medicine
Robert Matthew, UC Berkeley; Gregorij Kurillo, UC Berkeley; Jay Han, UC Davis; Ruzena Bajcsy, UC Berkeley
An Experimental Analysis of Saliency Detection with respect to Three Saliency Levels
Antonino Furnari, Universitŕ degli Studi di Cata; Giovanni Farinella, University of Catania; Sebastiano Battiato, University of Catania
A Benchmark Dataset to Study the Representation of Food Images
Giovanni Farinella, University of Catania; Dario Allegra, University of Catania; Filippo Stanco, University of Catania
Real-time Emotion Recognition from Natural Bodily Expressions in Child-robot Interaction
Weiyi Wang, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Georgios Athanasopoulos, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Georgios Patsis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Valentin Enescu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Hichem Sahli, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Mobile Panoramic Vision for Blind Navigation via Indexing and Localization
Feng Hu, CUNY Graduate Center; Jianting Zhang, ; Zhigang  Zhu, City College of New York
Multi-User Ego-centric Online System for Unsupervised Assistance on Object Usage
Dima Damen, University of Bristol; Osian Haines, University of Bristol; Teesid Leelasawassuk, University of Bristol; Andrew Calway, University of Bristol; Walterio Mayol-Cuevas, University of Bristol
Personal shopping assistance and navigator system for visually impaired people
Paul Chippendale, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy; Valeria Tomaselli, STMicroelectronics; Viviana D'Alto, STMicroelectronics; Giulio Urlini, STMicroelectronics; Carla Maria Modena, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy; Stefano Messelodi, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy; Mauro Strano, STMicroelectronics; Klas Hermodsson, Sony MobileCommunications, Lund, Sweden; Günter Alce, Sony Mobile Communications, Lund, Sweden; Mathieu Razafimahazo, INRIA, Grenoble, France; Giovanni Farinella, University of Catania
The Design and Preliminary Evaluation of a Finger-Mounted Camera and Feedback System to Enable Reading of Printed Text for the Blind
Lee Stearns, University of MD, College Park; Ruofei Du, University of Maryland; Uran Oh, University of Maryland, Department of Computer Science; Yumeng Wang, University of Maryland, Department of Architecture; Rama Chellappa, University of Maryland, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Leah Findlater, University of Maryland, Department of Information Studies; Jon Froehlich, University of Maryland, Department of Computer Science
High Dynamic Range Imaging System for the Visually Impaired
AHMED MAALEJ, Ecole des Mines Ales; Guillaume Tatur, CHU Nimes;  Marie-Celine Lorenzini, CHU Nimes; Gerard Dupeyron, CHU Nimes + ARAMAV; Michel Dumas, ARAMAV; Isabelle Marc, Ecole des mines d’Alčs
Smart camera reconfiguration in assisted home environment for elderly care
Krishna Konda, University of Trento; Andrea Rosani, University of Trento; Nicola Conci, University of Trento; Francesco De Natale, University of Trento
Recognizing Daily Activities in Realistic Environments through Depth-based User Tracking and Hidden Conditional Random Fields for MCI/AD support
Dimitris Giakoumis, CERTH-ITI; Georgios Stavropoulos, CERTH-ITI / UPAT; Dimitrios Kikidis, CERTH-ITI; Manolis Vasileiadis, CERTH-ITI; Konstantinos Votis, CERTH-ITI; Dimitrios Tzovaras, CERTH-ITI
Visual interaction including biometrics information for a socially assistive robotics platform
Marco Del Coco, CNR INO; Dario Cazzato, Institute of Optics; Pierluigi Carcagně, CNR INO; Marco Leo, National Research Council of Italy; Cosimo Distante, CNR INO
Detection and Modelling of Staircases Using a Wearable Depth Sensor
Alejandro Pérez Yus, Universidad de Zargoza; Gonzalo López Nicolás, ; Jose Jesús Guerrero Campo, 
A System for Assisting the the Visually Impaired in Localization and Grasp of Desired Objects
Kaveri Thakoor, Univ. of Southern California; Nii Mante, University of Southern California; Christian Siagian, ; James Weiland, ; Laurent Itti, University of Southern California; Gerard Medioni, Univ. of Southern California
Telepresence from a Guide's Shoulder
Don Kimber, FXPAL; Patrick Proppe, FXPAL; Sven Kratz, FXPAL; Jim Vaughan, FXPAL; Bee Liew, FXPAL; Don Severns, 
Road-Crossing Assistance by Traffic Flow Analysis
Adi Perry, Tel Aviv University; Nahum Kiryati, Tel Aviv University
3D layout propagation to improve object recognition in egocentric videos
Alejandro Rituerto, Universidad de Zaragoza; Ana Murillo, Universidad de Zaragoza; Jose Jesús Guerrero Campo, 
A new application of smart walker for quantitative analysis of human walking
Ting WANG, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France; Claire Dune, Université de Toulon  ; Jean-Pierre Merlet, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France; Philippe Gorce, University of Toulon; Guillaume Sacco, ; Philippe Robert, ; Jean-Michel  Turpin, ; Bernard Teboul, ; Audrey Marteu, ; Olivier  Guerin, 
Model-Based Motion Tracking of Infants
Mikkel Olsen, Technical University of DK; Anna Herskind, ; Jens Nielsen, ; Rasmus Paulsen, 
Snippet Histograms for Assistive Technologies
Ahmet Iscen, Bilkent University; Pinar Duygulu, Bilkent University; Alex Hauptmann, Carnegie Mellon University
Descending stair detection with low-power sensors
Severine Cloix, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, Switzerland; Guido Bologna, Computer Science Department, University of Geneva Switzerland; Viviana Weiss, Computer Science Department, University of Geneva Switzerland; Thierry Pun, Computer Science Department, University of Geneva Switzerland; David Hasler, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, Switzerland
A Fast and Flexible Computer Vision System for Implanted Visual Prostheses
Wai Ho Li, Monash Vision Group
Combining Semi-Autonomous Navigation with Manned Behaviour in a Cooperative Driving System for Mobile Robotic Telepresence
Andrey Kiselev, Örebro University; Annica Kristoffersson, Örebro University; Amy Loutfi, :rebro University
An Intelligent Wheelchair to Enable Safe Mobility of the Disabled People with Motor and Cognitive Impairments
Myeongjin Lee, Konkuk University; Yeounggwang Ji, Konkuk University; Eun Yi Kim, Konkuk University
Associating Locations Between Indoor Journeys from Wearable Cameras
Jose Rivera-Rubio, Imperial College London; Ioannis Alexiou, Queen Mary University of London; Anil  Bharath, Imperial College of London
Wearable RGBD indoor navigation system for the blind
Young Hoon Lee, University of Southern Califor; Gerard Medioni, Univ. of Southern California