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Table Of Contents

Overview
Introduction
Background
Statistical Shape Models
4.1 Suitable Landmarks
4.2 Aligning the Training Set
4.3 Modelling Shape Variation
4.4 Choice of Number of Modes
4.5 Examples of Shape Models
4.6 Generating Plausible Shapes
4.6.1 Non-Linear Models for PDF
4.7. FINDING THE NEAREST PLAUSIBLE SHAPE 21
4.7 Finding the Nearest Plausible Shape
4.8 Fitting a Model to New Points
4.9. TESTING HOW WELL THE MODEL GENERALISES 23
4.9 Testing How Well the Model Generalises
4.11.1 Finite Element Models
4.11.2 Combining Statistical and FEM Modes
4.11.3 Combining Examples
4.11.4 Examples
4.11.5 Relaxing Models with a Prior on Covariance
Statistical Models of Appearance
5.1 Statistical Models of Texture
5.2 Combined Appearance Models
6.2 Choice of Fit Function
6.3 Optimising the Model Fit
Active Shape Models
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Modelling Local Structure
7.3 Multi-Resolution Active Shape Models
7.4 Examples of Search
Active Appearance Models
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Overview of AAM Search
8.3. LEARNING TO CORRECT MODEL PARAMETERS 45
8.3 Learning to Correct Model Parameters
8.3.1 Results For The Face Model
8.3.2 Perturbing The Face Model
8.4 Iterative Model Refinement
8.4.1 Examples of Active Appearance Model Search
8.5 Experimental Results
8.5.1 Examples of Failure
8.6 Related Work
Constrained AAM Search
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Model Matching
9.2.1 Basic AAM Formulation
9.2.2 MAP Formulation
9.2.3 Including Priors on Point Positions
9.2.4 Isotropic Point Errors
9.3 Experiments
9.3.1 Point Constraints
9.3.2 Including Priors on the Parameters
9.3.3 Varying Number of Points
9.4 Summary
10.3 Results of Experiments
10.4 Discussion
Alternatives and Extensions to
11.1 Direct Appearance Models
11.2. INVERSE COMPOSITIONAL AAMS 70
11.2 Inverse Compositional AAMs
12.1 Experiments
12.2 Texture Matching
12.3 Discussion
Automatic Landmark Placement
13.1 Automatic landmarking in 2D
13.2. AUTOMATIC LANDMARKING IN 3D 81
13.2 Automatic landmarking in 3D
View-Based Appearance Models
14.1 Training Data
14.2 Predicting Pose
14.3. TRACKING THROUGH WIDE ANGLES 86
14.3 Tracking through wide angles
14.4 Synthesizing Rotation
14.5 Coupled-View Appearance Models
14.5.1 Predicting New Views
14.6 Coupled Model Matching
14.7 Discussion
14.8 Related Work
Applications and Extensions
15.1 Medical Applications
15.2 Tracking
15.3 Extensions
Discussion
B.2 Affine Case
Aligning Shapes (II)
C.1 Translation (2D)
C.2 Translation and Scaling (2D)
C.3 Similarity (2D)
C.4 Affine (2D)
Representing 2D Pose
D.1 Similarity Transformation Case
F.1 Piece-wise Affine
F.2 Thin Plate Splines
F.3 One Dimension
F.4 Many Dimensions
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Statistical Models of Appearance for Computer Vision

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