10411 Executive Summary – Computational Video

Authors Daniel Cremers, Marcus A. Magnor, Lihi Zelnik-Manor

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Daniel Cremers
Marcus A. Magnor
Lihi Zelnik-Manor

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Daniel Cremers, Marcus A. Magnor, and Lihi Zelnik-Manor. 10411 Executive Summary – Computational Video. In Computational Video. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 10411, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2011)


Dagstuhl seminar 10411 "Computational Video" took place October 10-15, 2010. 43 researchers from North America, Asia, and Europe discussed the state- of-the-art, contemporary challenges and future research in imaging, processing, analyzing, modeling, and rendering of real-world, dynamic scenes. The seminar was organized into 11 sessions of presentations, discussions, and special-topic meetings. The seminar brought together junior and senior researchers from computer vision, computer graphics, and image communication, both from academia and industry to address the challenges in computational video. Participants included international experts from Kyoto University, Stanford University, University of British Columbia, University of New Mexico, University of Toronto, MIT, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Technion - Haifa, ETH Zrich, Heriot-Watt Uni- versity - Edinburgh, University of Surrey, and University College London as well as professionals from Adobe Systems, BBC Research & Development, Disney Research and Microsoft Research.
  • Video Processing
  • Image Processing
  • Computer Vision


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