CVonline – Compendium of Computer Vision

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Overview

CVonline is a resource for computer vision, machine vision, image analysis
and some visual psychophysics and visual neurophysiology.
The main elements are:

Because of the improvements in the content available in Wikipedia, it is now
possible to find about 1000 of the 2000 topics in CVonline.


Topic Hierarchy in GoogleSites that index Wikipedia pages

  1. Databases and indexing related concepts
  2. Generic computer vision methods
  3. Geometric and other image features and methods
  4. Geometry and mathematics
  5. Image physics related concepts
  6. Image Processing Architectures & Control Structures
  7. Image transformations and filters
  8. Introductory visual neurophysiology
  9. Introductory visual psychophysics/psychology
  10. Motion and time sequence analysis related concepts
  11. Non-sequential realization methods
  12. Object, world and scene representations
  13. Recognition and registration methods
  14. Scene understanding/image analysis methods
  15. Sensor fusion, registration and planning methods
  16. Sensors and properties
  17. System models, calibration and parameter estimation methods
  18. Visual learning related methods and concepts

Wikipedia general topic pages

  1. Computer vision
  2. Digital image processing
  3. Image processing
  4. Machine vision
  5. Medical imaging
  6. Photogrammetry
  7. Sensors

Non-Wikipedia CVonline resources

  1. List of image analysis applications
  2. List of imaging related books including online books and book support sites
  3. Image and video databases for algorithm evaluation
  4. Visual processing software, models & environments
  5. Some famous vision systems

Additional Vision Educational Resources

Videos of Talks

  1. Slides and Video of Univ. of Central Florida’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
  2. ICRA’17 Workshop on Event based Vision (Davide Scaramuzza)

Editing CVonline Topic Hierarchy

We had originally tried to create the hierarchy of CVonline inside
Wikipedia so that the community could edit the structure. However,
the pages were deleted. If you try to develop content in wikipedia,
you might be interested in some of the problems that you will encounter.
Google Site’s web page hosting is great except it is not so easily open
community editable – however, if you would like to contribute to these pages,
email me (Bob Fisher – rbf@inf.ed.ac.uk) your mail address and I can
add you as an editor.


Administration

  • We gratefully thank all of the contributors. Many of the early ones are listed here.
  • There have been many helpers with setting up or extending aspects of CVonline, including in particular:
    Scott Blunsden, Helmut Cantzler,
    Judith Law, Georgios Papadimitriou,
    Andreea Radulescu,
    Jorge Reyes-Ortiz, and
    Aris Valtazanos.
  • Funding for various restructurings has come from the ECVision network,
    the euCognition network and the British Machine Vision Association.

Comments and suggestions to: , who is
really Bob Fisher.


Other CV Online Sites

Please note that there are other “CV Online” sites, including:

  1. An employment services site in Hungary

There have been
****** accesses since November 1999.

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