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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Austria
2 × Canada
2 × Spain
2 × United Kingdom
Collaborated with:
L.Kovács A.Licsár L.Czúni I.Kopilovic Z.Tóth B.Vágvölgyi B.P.Toth
Talks about:
paintbrush (2) transform (2) anisotrop (2) recognit (2) segment (2) system (2) motion (2) gestur (2) effici (2) detect (2)

Person: Tamás Szirányi

DBLP DBLP: Szir=aacute=nyi:Tam=aacute=s

Contributed to:

ICPR v2 20042004
ICPR v4 20042004
ICPR v2 20022002
ICPR v3 20022002
ICPR v3 20002000
ICPR v4 20002000
ICPR 19981998
ICPR 19961996

Wrote 9 papers:

ICPR-v2-2004-KovacsS #performance
Efficient Coding of Stroke-Rendered Paintings (LK, TS), pp. 835–838.
ICPR-v4-2004-LicsarS #gesture #recognition
Dynamic Training of Hand Gesture Recognition System (AL, TS), pp. 971–974.
ICPR-v2-2002-KovacsS #animation #detection #probability
Creating Animations Combining Stochastic Paintbrush Transformation and Motion Detection (LK, TS), p. 1090–?.
ICPR-v3-2002-LicsarS #gesture #recognition
Supervised Training Based Hand Gesture Recognition System (AL, TS), pp. 999–1002.
ICPR-v3-2000-SziranyiT #random
Random Paintbrush Transformation (TS, ZT), pp. 3155–3158.
ICPR-v4-2000-KopilovicVS #analysis #detection #lens
Application of Panoramic Annular Lens for Motion Analysis Tasks: Surveillance and Smoke Detection (IK, BV, TS), pp. 4714–4717.
ICPR-v4-2000-SziranyiC #optimisation #parallel #segmentation #using
Spatio-Temporal Segmentation with Edge Relaxation and Optimization Using Fully Parallel Methods (TS, LC), pp. 4820–4823.
ICPR-1998-Szira #image #performance #preprocessor
Anisotropic diffusion as a preprocessing step for efficient image compression (TS, IK, BPT), pp. 1565–1567.
ICPR-1996-SziranyiC #network #segmentation
Picture segmentation with introducing an anisotropic preliminary step to an MRF model with cellular neural networks (TS, LC), pp. 366–370.

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