Información temática

Información Temática

CVonline is a free WWW-based set of introductions to topics in computer vision.
It has been completely revamped to use Wikipedia content. See:

    http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/CVonline/

We thank the British Machine Vision Association for the support behind the changes.

More detail:

Because of the improvements in the content available in Wikipedia, it is now possible to find about 1000 of the 2000 topics in CVonline. Expecting that these improvements will continue, we have re-organized CVonline, mainly by using topic summaries that have been added to Wikipedia. This allows the imaging community to add new topics into the summaries, or to refer to new content in Wikipedia.

In addition to the organised topic links, CVonline has:
 1. A list of image analysis applications, with descriptions
 2. A list of imaging related books including online books and book support sites
 3. Image and video databases for algorithm evaluation
 4. Visual processing software & environments
 5. Some famous vision systems

The original CVonline is still accessible, with about 1800 of the 2000 topics having content, but it is no longer being developed.

Also ...

As we are starting a new academic year, you might be wondering about other teaching and research resources for image processing and computer vision.
Three other resources are
    HIPR2 - Image Processing Teaching Materials with JAVA
    CVDICT: Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing
    Online education resources of the Int. Assoc. for Pattern Recognition

See more details of these below

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HIPR2: free WWW-based Image Processing Teaching Materials with JAVA

    http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/HIPR2/

HIPR2 is a free www-based set of tutorial materials for the 50 most commonly used image processing operators. It contains tutorial text, sample results and JAVA demonstrations of individual operators and collections.

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CVDICT: Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing

    http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/CVDICT/

These are the freeview terms A..G from the Dictionary of the same title published by John Wiley and Sons.

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The education resources of the Int. Assoc. for Pattern Recognition
Currently at:

    http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/IAPR/

Contains many links to
  Tutorials and Surveys, Explanations, Online Demos, Datasets, Books, Code
for:
  Symbolic pattern recognition, Statistical pattern recognition,
  Machine learning, 1D Signal pattern recognition
  2D Image analysis and computer vision.

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