P. Fieguth - Publications
Paul Fieguth
Dept. of Systems Design Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L 3G1
pfieguth@uwaterloo.ca
Tel: (519) 888-4567 x84970
FAX: (519) 746-4791

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Complete List of Research Samples:

The following samples, mainly conference papers, give an overview of current and past interdisciplinary research projects.

In general, this archive may contain research descriptions with which I am no longer active. The list of current research samples is a more indicative list. If you are interested in detailed descriptions of past research, the complete list of journal papers may be more useful.

POST ICIP2002 Wavelets & Statistics: Presents a few models, and computational complexity, for statistical relationships in the wavelet domain.
PS POST IGARSS2002 Dynamic Estimation: A modification of the hierarhical estimation method to allow dynamic estimation, here applied to oceanography. In collaboration with Terrence Ho, MIT.
PS POST IGARSS2002 Remote Sensing: Estimating random fields and mapping problems for remote sensing. In collaboration with Dimitris Menemenlis, MIT (now at JPL).
POST NATO ASI2002 Colour Image Segmentation: New work in using Markov Random Fields for the segmentation of colour images. In particular, images with saturation or specular highlights, which confuse standard approaches to segmentation.
PS PDF POST ICIP2001 Wavelets & Statistics: Wavelets are widely used in signal and image processing, however relatively little is known about the statistical relationships which are obeyed.
PDF POST EMMCVPR2001 Colour Image Segmentation: New work in using Markov Random Fields for the segmentation of colour images. In particular, images with saturation or specular highlights, which confuse standard approaches to segmentation.
PS PDF POST IGARSS2000 SAR Interferometry Phase Unwrapping: Recent collaborative effort in approaching the problem of SAR interferometry using a statistical and hierarchical approach. In collaboration with the University of Montevideo, Uruguay.
PS PDF POST ICIP2000 3D Models From Stereo Video: A recent conference paper, looking at the problem of inferring 3D models from a stereo video sequence. This project looked at a novel way of attacking the problem incrementally. In collaboration with MDA Robotics (formerly Spar Aerospace), Brampton, Ontario.
PS PDF ICIP2000 Clinical Optometry: A recent conference paper, seeking to address a problem in clinical optometry: how to judge the degree of redness or trauma in the cornea of the eye. In collaboration with the Centre for Contact Lens Research, University of Waterloo.
PS PS ICIP2000 Image Databases: A research problem to identify / recognize a given diamond from a database of millions of catalogued diamonds, for the purpose of preventing theft. In collaboration with GemPrint, Toronto.
PS PDF IGARSS1999 Data Fusion: A first look at satellite data fusion, in this case fusing the infrared information of the ocean surface collected by two different satellites. In collaboration with Oxford University / Rutherford Labs, United Kingdom.
PS PDF POST ICIP1999 Hierarchical Estimation: Recent research work of my own, proposing a new class of hierarhical statistical trees, in which a tree is modified to have several roots, each of which is reponsible only for the subset of the given domain.
PS ICIP1998 Hierarchical Estimation: A new approach to statistical hierarchical estimation, seeking to construct an overlapping tree. In collaboration with Bill Irving, MIT.
PS CVPR1997 Colour Tracking: A fast, simple, colour-based approach to tracking of objects, principally human heads, hands etc. In collaboration with Demetri Terzopoulos, University of Toronto.


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