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International Journal of Computer Vision

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07.05.2021 Open Access

Continuous 3D Multi-Channel Sign Language Production via Progressive Transformers and Mixture Density Networks

Sign languages are multi-channel visual languages, where signers use a continuous 3D space to communicate. Sign language production (SLP), the automatic translation from spoken to sign languages, must embody both the continuous articulation and …


Attention Guided Low-Light Image Enhancement with a Large Scale Low-Light Simulation Dataset

Low-light image enhancement is challenging in that it needs to consider not only brightness recovery but also complex issues like color distortion and noise, which usually hide in the dark. Simply adjusting the brightness of a low-light image will …

07.05.2021 Open Access

VPR-Bench: An Open-Source Visual Place Recognition Evaluation Framework with Quantifiable Viewpoint and Appearance Change

Visual place recognition (VPR) is the process of recognising a previously visited place using visual information, often under varying appearance conditions and viewpoint changes and with computational constraints. VPR is related to the concepts of …


The Isowarp: The Template-Based Visual Geometry of Isometric Surfaces

Registration maps or warps form a key element in Shape-from-Template (SfT). They relate the template with the input image, which contains the projection of the deformed surface. Recently, it was shown that isometric SfT can be solved analytically …

06.05.2021 | Editorial

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on “Computer Vision for All Seasons: Adverse Weather and Lighting Conditions”

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International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV) details the science and engineering of this rapidly growing field. Regular articles present major technical advances of broad general interest. Survey articles offer critical reviews of the state of the art and/or tutorial presentations of pertinent topics.

Coverage includes:

- Mathematical, physical and computational aspects of computer vision: image formation, processing, analysis, and interpretation; machine learning techniques; statistical approaches; sensors.

- Applications: image-based rendering, computer graphics, robotics, photo interpretation, image retrieval, video analysis and annotation, multi-media, and more.

- Connections with human perception: computational and architectural aspects of human vision.

The journal also features book reviews, position papers, editorials by leading scientific figures, as well as additional on-line material, such as still images, video sequences, data sets, and software.

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