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The group of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition is active in the Department of Applied Science of the University of Naples since 2005, but it derives from a research group formerly established at IASS and later at ICAR-CNR. The main efforts have been devoted to more advanced image processing functions, involving scene segmentation and shape characterization; a broad background has been acquired on low level and intermediate level vision tasks involving grey level statistics and structural descriptions. The group has meanwhile developed skills in high level image processing domains, such as the management of knowledge description and of learning capabilities for vision tasks. Research areas are now activated on Soft Computing in Image Analysis, Multimedia and E-learning.

- Soft Computing in Image Analysis

- Digital Film Restoration

- Video surveillance

- Structured Pattern Recognition

- Intelligent Processing of Spatio-temporal signals

- Biological and biomedical data and image analysis


ICIAP 2013

17th International Conference on
Image Analysis and Processing
September 11-13, 2013 Naples, Italy

PhD Studentship in Machine Learning for Computer Vision



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