By Hans-Hellmut Nagel (auth.), Professor Dr. Thomas S. Huang (eds.)

This quantity comprises the complaints of the NATO complicated research Institute on "Image series Processing and Dynamic Scene research" held 21 June - 2 July, 1982 in lodge Maritim, Braunlage/Harz, Federal Republic of Germany. The organizing eommittee of the institute comprises T.S. Huang (Director), H.G. Musmann (Co­ Director), H.H. Nagel (Consultant), and C.E. Liedtke and W. Geuen (Local 'arrangement). This Institute was once dedicated to the swiftly rising box of picture series processing and dynamic scene research which has guy! very important purposes in­ cluding objective monitoring, tv bandwidth compression, street site visitors moni­ toring, and research of middle wall movement for clinical analysis. The lectures and discussions during this Institute fell into 3 overlapping different types: movement estimation; development reputation and synthetic intelligence ideas in dynamic scene research; and, functions. 1) movement estimation - some of the most vital difficulties in photo series research and dynamic scene research is displacement and movement estimation. for instance, in interframe coding utilizing temporal DPCM, displacement estimation and reimbursement can enhance potency considerably. additionally, envisioned movement parameters should be strong cues in objective segmentation, detection, and class. during this Institute, a couple of lately constructed strategies for displacement and movement estimation have been discussed.

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