NEWS

2013-07-01 New Publication Online: Revisiting loss-specific training of filter-based MRFs for image restoration
Link This work will be presented at GCPR 2013
 
2013-03-27 New Publication Online: An iterated l1 Algorithm for Non-Smooth Non-Convex Optimization in Computer Vision
Link This work will be presented at CVPR 2013
 
2013-03-15 New Publication Online: Minimizing TGV-based Variational Models with Non-Convex Data Terms
Link This work will be presented at the International Conference on Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision (SSVM) 2013
 
2012-09-07 New Publication Online: Convex Approaches for High Performance Video Processing
Link Manuel Werlberger's Phd Thesis
 
2012-09-07 New Publication Online: Approximate Envelope Minimization for Curvature Regularity
Link This work will be presented at the Workshop on Higher-Order Models and Global Constraints in Computer Vision, ECCV 2012
 
2012-06-27 New Publication Online: A bilevel optimization approach for parameter learning in variational models
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2012-05-15 New Publication Online: Joint Motion Estimation and Segmentation of Complex Scenes with Label Costs and Occlusions
Link This work will be presented at CVPR 2012, Providence, Rhode Island
 
2012-05-15 New Publication Online: Pushing the Limits of Stereo Using Variational Stereo Estimation
Link This work will be presented at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2012
 
2012-05-15 New Code Online: Primal Dual-GUI
Link A graphical matlab toolbox that implements several models. Includes optical flow, segmentation, denoising, zooming, inpainting and deconvolution.
 
2011-07-22 New Publication Online: Global Relabeling for Continuous Optimization in Binary Image Segmentation
Link This work will be presented at the 8th International Conference on Energy Minimization Methods in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
 
2011-06-21 New Publication Online: Optical Flow Guided TV-L1 Video Interpolation and Restoration
Link This work will be presented at the 8th International Conference on Energy Minimization Methods in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
 
2011-03-22 New Publication Online: Efficient Minimization of the Non-Local Potts Model
Link This work will be presented at the 3rd International Conference on Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision. (Ein-Gedi, Israel)
 
2011-01-27 New Publication Online: TGV-Fusion
Link This work is part of the Maurer Festschrift(LNCS 6570 )
 
2010-09-29 New Publication Online: Interactive Multi-Label Segmentation
Link This work will be presented at the Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV 2010) in Queenstown, New Zealand
 
2010-09-28 New Publication Online: A Convex Approach for Variational Super-Resolution
Link This work has been presented at the Annual Symposium of the German Association for Pattern Recognition (DAGM 2010) in Darmstadt, Germany
 
2010-07-30 FlowLib2 released:
Link The new release of the FlowLib is available from the project website. Note that the non-local regularization is not yet included but will follow as soon as possible. The binaries are avaible for Linux 32-bit and 64-bit and Windows 32-bit. Windows 64-bit will be available by the beginning of next week and for all Apple users out there I will provide binaries for that one too.
 
2010-07-20 New Publication Online: Exploiting Redundancy for Aerial Image Fusion using Convex Optimization
Link This work will be presented at the Annual Symposium of the German Association for Pattern Recognition (DAGM 2010) in Darmstadt, Germany
 
2010-04-07 New Publication Online: Flowgames
Link This work will be presented at the 1st International Workshop on Computer Vision for Computer Games (CVCG) held in conjunction with CVPR 2010 in San Francisco, CA
 
2010-03-30 New Publication Online: PROST - Parallel Robust Online Simple Tracking
Link This work will be presented at CVPR 2010, San Francisco, CA
 
2009-10-02 Software Update: FlowLib; New Software available: FlowLibGui
Link Update of our FlowLib package. This package supports Cuda 2.3 on Linux x64 and Windows XP 32bit. This version of the FlowLib was used for the demos at ICCV09 and NVIDIAs GTC 2009. Please note that from now on we also provide a GUI application as separate package to make it easy to play around with our optical flow algorithm.
 
2009-06-26 Software Update: FlowLib
Link Update of our FlowLib package to support CUDA 2.2. Linux x64 and Win32 binaries are included in this new package. This optical flow implementation is the successor of our famous OFLib. It ports our recently published Matlab package to the GPU.
 
2009-04-21 New Software Online: FlowLib
Link This new optical flow implementation is the successor of our OFLib. It ports our recently published Matlab package to the GPU.
 
2009-03-18 New Software Online: Matlab optical flow package
Link With this new software package, you can directly compute duality-based TV-L1 optical flow using Matlab.
 
2009-02-25 New Student Project Offer
Link We're currently looking for a student willing to join our research group for a bachelor's thesis or seminar project.
 
2008-11-11 NVIDIA contributes to GPU4Vision. Again.
Link After gratefully having received 2x 8800 GTX in 2007 and 2x 9800 GX2 in mid-2008, we're proud to announce that NVIDIA supports our research projects again by donating the brand new high performance computing solution Tesla C1060 . This cutting edge card equipped with 4 GB of GDDR will be used to tackle large-scale problems with enormous memory consumption.
 
2008-10-23 Taking the lead...
Link With an improved TVL1 optical flow algorithm based on our DAGM2007 paper " A Duality Based Approach for Realtime TV-L1 Optical Flow ", we have taken the lead in the Middlebury database evaluation for both angular error and end-point error ! A new paper describing the improvements in detail will soon be published here, so keep an eye on our website...
 
2008-10-15 VMFLib online
Link The Variational Methods Filter Library (VMFLib 0.1) is now online in its first version. A Windows 32bit library is provided together with a sample code showing its usage. Currently two different denoising models are supported: ROF and TV-L1. Different minimizers can be applied to 2D grayscale images.
 
2008-10-05 Open student projects
Link We're currently looking for motivated students, who'd like to participate in our research group. We offer different seminar projects or thesis projects, all available at the ICG website . If you're interested, don't hesitate to contact us.
 
2008-08-25 Videos available on Youtube
Link Some of our most descriptive videos can be viewed directly on Youtube. We will also show videos of our current work there, as well as videos which are not part of our latest publications. Our channel is called gpu4vision, we'd appreciate some nice ratings :-).
 
2008-08-14 New Binary Online: TVSeg 0.2
Link A Win32 binary of our interactive segmentation tool (TVSeg) is now available for download. Version 0.2 features a more stable energy minimization, automatic stopping, background images, test images and new tutorials.
 
2008-08-04 New Library Online: OFLib 0.1
Link A Win32 library providing GPU powered dense realtime optical flow is available in our download section.
 
2008-07-22 CUDA Templates made public on SourceForge.net
Link "CUDA Templates" is a collection of C++ template classes and functions which provide a consistent interface to NVIDIA's CUDA, hiding much of the complexity of the underlying CUDA functions from the programmer. By making CUDA Templates publicly available on SourceForge, we want to make the development of your GPU projects faster and easier, and of course encourage you to contribute to this helpful piece of code.
 
2008-07-21 NVIDIA accepts GPU4Vision as featured project
Link NVIDIA presents selected academic and commercial projects which use their graphics cards on their webpage. With the linkage to www.GPU4Vision.org, NVIDIA once again promotes our hard work.
 
2008-07-16 New Binary Online: TVSeg 0.1
Link A Win32 binary of our interactive segmentation tool is now available for download.
 
2008-06-19 GPU4Vision launched
Link The GPU4Vision project founded by the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision, Graz University of Technology has started its web appearance www.gpu4vision.org to make the latest research results publicly available.
 
2008-06-18 NVIDIA contributes to our project
Link After providing two 8800GTX in 2007, NVIDIA again supported our project with two of their 9800GX2 cutting edge graphics adapters. We'd like to thank NVIDIA for their continuing support.