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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × UK
2 × Spain
Collaborated with:
U.Büker S.Drüe J.Thiem W.A.Fellenz O.Hempel N.Götze N.Chen J.Dunker M.Stöhr J.Cheng
Talks about:
object (7) recognit (4) view (3) base (3) represent (2) center (2) use (2) decomposit (1) transform (1) preattent (1)

Person: Georg Hartmann

DBLP DBLP: Hartmann:Georg

Contributed to:

ICEIS 20002000
ICPR v1 20002000
ICPR v3 20002000
ICPR 19961996

Wrote 9 papers:

ICEIS-2000-HempelBH #recognition
Agent-Based Object Recognition (OH, UB, GH), pp. 144–148.
ICPR-v1-2000-BukerH #representation
Object Representation: On Combining Viewer-Centered and Object-Centered Elements (UB, GH), pp. 1956–1959.
ICPR-v1-2000-ChengDHT #detection #performance
Efficient Detection and Extraction of Color Objects from Complex Scenes (JC, SD, GH, JT), pp. 1668–1671.
ICPR-v1-2000-GotzeDH #invariant #recognition
Invariant Object Recognition with Discriminant Features Based on Local Fast-Fourier Mellin Transform (NG, SD, GH), pp. 1948–1951.
ICPR-v3-2000-ChenHD #composition #using
Circle Location from Intensity and Range Data Using the Singular Value Decomposition (NsC, GH, SD), pp. 3782–3785.
ICPR-v3-2000-ThiemH #design
Biology-Inspired Design of Digital Gabor Filters upon a Hexagonal Sampling Scheme (JT, GH), pp. 3449–3452.
ICPR-1996-BukerH #3d #knowledge-based #recognition
Knowledge-based view control of a neural 3-D object recognition system (UB, GH), pp. 24–29.
ICPR-1996-DunkerHS #3d #estimation #prototype #recognition #set #using
Single view recognition and pose estimation of 3D objects using sets of prototypical views and spatially tolerant contour representations (JD, GH, MS), pp. 14–18.
ICPR-1996-FellenzH #visual notation
Preattentive grouping and attentive selection for early visual computation (WAF, GH), pp. 340–345.

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