[visionlist] BMVA Symposium on Vision and Psychophysics. London. November 22nd.

Dr. Charles Leek e.c.leek at bangor.ac.uk
Tue Oct 17 16:42:38 GMT 2006

British Machine Vision Association and Society for Pattern Recognition


One Day BMVA symposium at the British Computer Society, 5 Southampton
Street, London, WC2E 7HA, on November 22nd 2006. www.bmva.ac.uk/meetings

Chairs: Dr. Neil Thacker (U. of Manchester), Dr. Charles Leek (U. of Bangor)

10.00 Registration and coffee
10.30 Welcome and Introduction
10.45 Statistical Principles for Selection of Computer Vision Algorithms as
Modules for Visual Perception Neil Thacker, University of Manchester.
11.25 Object recognition in man and machine: Constraints from psychometric
studies of human vision Charles Leek, University of Bangor.
12.05 Attention and Log-Polar Image Features Robert B. Fisher and Yaoru Sun,
School of Informatics, Univ. of Edinburgh.
12.45 Lunch
13.45 Machine Learning of Building Parts Daniel Heesch, Maria Petrou,
Imperial College, London.
14.25 Visual Attention Managment when using a Space-variant,
Randomly-sampled retina model Paul Siebert, University of Glasgow.
15.05 Geometric Texton Theory Lewis Griffin, UCL, London
15.45 Discussion
16.30 End

Program may be subject to change. Please note that due to fire regulations,
this meeting will be restricted to 50 participants. Early registration is
encouraged to avoid disappointment.

REGISTRATION FORM: 22nd November 2006 Meeting

Please return this form to BMVA Secretary, Royston Parkin, 95 Queen Street,
Sheffield, S1 1WG, Tel 0114 272 0306, Fax 0114 272 6158 or via email to
BMVA at roystonparkin.co.uk. The meeting is free to members of the BMVA but a
charge of £20 is payable by non-members. A sandwich lunch is available at a
cost of £5 and should be booked in advance. When registering please enclose
a cheque for the appropriate amount made payable to "The British Machine
Vision Association".


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University College London
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Fax. 020 7387 1397

Dr.Charles Leek
Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer
Wolfson Centre for Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience
School of Psychology
University of Wales
Bangor, Gwynedd, UK
LL57 2AS

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