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News and information about VSI
Our journal paper “Predictive monocular odometry (PMO): What is possible without RANSAC and multiframe bundle adjustment?” will be pubished at Image and Vision Computing, 2017.
Invited talks at IV 2017
Prof. Mester gives two talks at the following IV 2017 workshops: Deep Learning for Vehicle Perception and Machine Vision and Interfaces in Data Fusion Platforms for Automated Driving
Two IV papers
The two papers “Multimodal Scale Estimation for Monocular Visual Odometry” and “Learning Rank Reduced Interpolation with Principal Component Analysis” are accepted at the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV) 2017.
Our paper “Joint Epipolar Tracking (JET): Simultaneous optimization of epipolar geometry and feature correspondences” is accepted at IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV) 2017.
ACCV workshop paper
The paper “Instance-level Segmentation of Vehicles using Deep Contours” by Jan van den Brand, Matthias Ochs and Rudolf Mester is accepted at ACCV – Workshop on Computer Vision Technologies for Smart Vehicle (CVTSV).
Keynote at IMVIP
Prof. Mester gives the closing keynote at the Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing (IMVIP) conference: “Predictive Visual Perception for Automotive Applications”