DiffCVML Presentations 2020

Daniel J. Tward, in geometry

Two of our papers were presented at DiffCVML today.

Two of our papers were presented to the Differential Geometry in Computer Vision and Machine Learning (DiffCVML) workshop at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) conference.

"Coarse-to-Fine Hamiltonian Dynamics of Hierarchical Flows in Computational Anatomy" discusses optimal control for deformations and features described at multiple scales.

"Infinitesimal Drift Diffeomorphometry Models for Population Shape Analysis" discusses time dependent models of shape changes to study neurodegeneration.