Slides for Papers on Motion Tracking and Surface Reconstruction

CS 870 is a course at the University of Waterloo that briefly covers numerical PDE solutions, especially to the level set PDE developed by Stanley Osher and James A. Sethian in a paper called "Fronts propagating with curvature-dependent speed" from 1988. I presented two papers for this class (with links to slides): Implicit Shape Reconstruction Using a Level Set Method (2000) This paper presents a level-set based method to tightly wrap a 3D surface around a set of data points. Level Set Approach for Motion Detection and Tracking (1998) Here, the authors extend the geodesic active contour model, which segments »