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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Austria
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × Spain
1 × Sweden
1 × Turkey
1 × USA
1 × United Kingdom
Collaborated with:
T.Suk F.Sroubek S.Simberová C.H.IV B.Zitová M.Sorel R.Krejci E.Rahtu M.Salo J.Heikkilä
Talks about:
invari (6) moment (5) affin (4) deconvolut (3) method (3) blind (3) imag (3) multichannel (2) generat (2) superresolut (1)

Person: Jan Flusser

DBLP DBLP: Flusser:Jan

Contributed to:

ICPR 20142014
ICPR 20102010
ICPR 20082008
ICPR v2 20062006
ICPR v2 20042004
ICPR v4 20022002
ICPR v3 20002000
ICPR 19981998
ICPR 19961996

Wrote 11 papers:

ICPR-2014-HoschlF #image #retrieval
Noise-Resistant Image Retrieval (CHI, JF), pp. 2972–2977.
Refined Morphological Methods of Moment Computation (TS, JF), pp. 966–970.
ICPR-2008-SroubekFS #video
Superresolution and blind deconvolution of video (FS, JF, MS), pp. 1–4.
ICPR-2008-SukF #automation #equation #invariant
Affine moment invariants generated by automated solution of the equations (TS, JF), pp. 1–4.
ICPR-v2-2006-RahtuSHF #invariant
Generalized affine moment invariants for object recogntion (ER, MS, JH, JF), pp. 634–637.
ICPR-v2-2004-FlusserZ #invariant #symmetry
Invariants to Convolution with Circularly Symmetric PSF (JF, BZ), pp. 11–14.
ICPR-v2-2004-SukF #generative #graph #invariant
Graph Method for Generating Affine Moment Invariants (TS, JF), pp. 192–195.
ICPR-v4-2002-SukF #invariant
Blur and Affine Moment Invariants (TS, JF), pp. 339–342.
ICPR-v3-2000-SroubekFSS #image #multi
Multichannel Blind Deconvolution of the Short-Exposure Astronomical Images (FS, JF, TS, SS), pp. 3053–3056.
ICPR-1998-KrejciFS #image #multi
A new multichannel blind deconvolution method and its application to solar images (RK, JF, SS), pp. 1765–1767.
ICPR-1996-FlusserS #invariant #recognition
Invariants for recognition of degraded 1-D digital signals (JF, TS), pp. 389–393.

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