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Journal of Computer Science and Technology 2017, Vol. 32 Issue (1) :110-121    DOI: 10.1007/s11390-017-1681-7
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Intelligent Visual Media Processing: When Graphics Meets Vision
Ming-Ming Cheng1, Member, CCF, ACM, IEEE, Qi-Bin Hou1, Member, CCF, ACM, IEEE, Song-Hai Zhang2, Member, CCF, ACM, IEEE, and Paul L. Rosin1,3, Member, ACM, IEEE
1 College of Computer Science and Control Engineering, Nankai University, Tianjin 300071, China;
2 TNList, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China;
3 School of Computer Science and Informatics, Cardiff University, Wales, CF10 3EU, U.K

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Abstract The computer graphics and computer vision communities have been working closely together in recent years, and a variety of algorithms and applications have been developed to analyze and manipulate the visual media around us. There are three major driving forces behind this phenomenon:1) the availability of big data from the Internet has created a demand for dealing with the ever-increasing, vast amount of resources; 2) powerful processing tools, such as deep neural networks, provide effective ways for learning how to deal with heterogeneous visual data; 3) new data capture devices, such as the Kinect, the bridge between algorithms for 2D image understanding and 3D model analysis. These driving forces have emerged only recently, and we believe that the computer graphics and computer vision communities are still in the beginning of their honeymoon phase. In this work we survey recent research on how computer vision techniques benefit computer graphics techniques and vice versa, and cover research on analysis, manipulation, synthesis, and interaction. We also discuss existing problems and suggest possible further research directions.
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Ming-Ming Cheng
Qi-Bin Hou
Song-Hai Zhang
Paul L. Rosin
Keywordscomputer graphics   computer vision   survey   scene understanding   image manipulation     
Received 2016-08-11;
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This research was sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Nos. 61572264 and 61373069, the National Key Research and Development Plan of China under Grant No. 2016YFB1001402, Huawei Innovation Research Program (HIRP), China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) Young Talents Plan, and Tianjin Short-Term Recruitment Program of Foreign Experts.

About author: Ming-Ming Cheng received his Ph.D. degree from Tsinghua University, Beijing, in 2012. Then he was a research fellow for two years with Prof. Philip Torr in Oxford. He is now an associate professor at Nankai University, Tianjin. His research interests include computer graphics, computer vision, and image processing. He has received the Google Ph.D. Fellowship Award, the IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Award, and the New Ph.D. Researcher Award from Chinese Ministry of Education.
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Ming-Ming Cheng, Qi-Bin Hou, Song-Hai Zhang, Paul L. Rosin.Intelligent Visual Media Processing: When Graphics Meets Vision[J]  Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 2017,V32(1): 110-121
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