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  • Active Appearance Models for People Recognition with a RGB-D Sensor 

    Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2014-06)
    Master thesis
    Restricted access - author's decision
    Active Appearance Models (AAMs) is a computer vision procedure for statistical matching of object shape and appearance between images. The present work will analyze how AAMs can be employed with RGB-Depth technology, so ...
  • Combining depth with appearance images for object detection using online learning 

    Vaquero Gómez, Víctor (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2014-06)
    Master thesis
    Restricted access - author's decision
    This Master's Thesis presents a new developed algorithm that merges Appearance and Depth Images in order to perform the detection of objects in scenes. This new algorithm uses the approach of the Online Learning Random ...
  • Design and development of a portable cytometer based on image sensor technology 

    Pérez Rosas, Juan Miguel (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2014-09-03)
    Master thesis
    60 months embargo
    [ANGLÈS] This Thesis focuses on the development of the opto-mechanical design and software interface of an image cytometer capable of analyzing particulate in a small volume sample. The device consists of an incoherent ...
  • Design of a column decoder for a binary vision sensor implementing run length encoding 

    Gimenéz Umbert, Bruno (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya / Università degli Studi di Trento, 2014)
    Bachelor thesis
    Open Access
    Covenantee:  Università degli studi di Trento
    This work describes the architecture of an asynchronous column decoder for a CMOS binary vision sensor. The decoder compresses and code data, at row-level, before delivering off-chip. The operation is completely asynchronous ...
  • Human activity recognition from object interaction in domestic scenarios 

    Flores Vázquez, Carlos (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2014-06)
    Master thesis
    Open Access
    This work describes the recognition of human activity based on the interaction between people and objects in domestic settings, specifically in a kitchen. In order to achieve the aim of recognizing activity it is necessary ...