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By Chrysi Papalazarou, Peter M. J. Rongen, Peter H. N. de With (auth.), Jacques Blanc-Talon, Wilfried Philips, Dan Popescu, Paul Scheunders (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eleventh foreign convention on complex techniques for clever imaginative and prescient structures, ACIVS 2009, held in Bordeaux, France in September/October 2009.

The forty three revised complete papers and 25 posters provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from one hundred fifteen submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on technovision, primary mathematical thoughts, picture processing, coding and filtering, photo and video research, machine imaginative and prescient, monitoring, colour, multispectral and special-purpose imaging, scientific imaging, and biometrics.

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This method works properly (a) Original image (b) Ground truth (c) Method 1 (d) Method 2 (e) Method 3 (f) Method 4 Fig. 3. Examples of segmentation results for laboratory scale On the Evaluation of Segmentation Methods for Wildland Fire (a) Original image (b) Ground truth (c) Method 1 (d) Method 2 (e) Method 3 (f) Method 4 21 Fig. 4. Examples of segmentation results for fire tunnel scale (a) Original image (b) Ground truth (c) Method 1 (d) Method 2 (e) Method 3 (f) Method 4 Fig. 5. Examples of segmentation results for field scale because there is no problem of camera saturation.

Distributions are ordered according to its weight; the more relevant (until the accumulated weight gets past a threshold, τ ) are considered to model the background; the remaining model the foreground. A pixel is decided to belong to the background if it falls into a deviation, σ , around the mean of any of the Gaussians that model it. The update process is only performed on the Gaussian distribution that describes the pixel value in the current frame, also following a running average scheme with parameter α .

Examples of segmentation results for fire tunnel scale (a) Original image (b) Ground truth (c) Method 1 (d) Method 2 (e) Method 3 (f) Method 4 Fig. 5. Examples of segmentation results for field scale because there is no problem of camera saturation. The criterion IR ≥ IG > IB , which allows to detect fire, can then be applied efficiently. The method 4 is ranked in the second place in this evaluation and can also work properly because the camera saturation effect is not important. The method 1 is the last ranked one because, in the tunnel scale, the k -means over the channel V is not able to separate the fire region in the image because no-fire region has similar values in V channel.

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