The third workshop on Perceptual Organization in Computer Vision
( held before ICCV 2001)
July 8, 2001
As recognized by the Gestalt school, the importance of perceptual organization
(PO) in human vision cannot be overestimated; it imparts both efficiency
and robustness to the visual process. Since early demonstrations in the
1980s underscored its usefulness in object recognition, the computer vision
community has seen various applications of PO in artificial vision systems
such as in stereo matching, model indexing, contour completion, figure-ground
segmentation, change detection, and more.
In this workshop we intend to bring together researchers focusing on
different aspects of perceptual organization, share ideas, debate the role(s)
of perceptual organization in artificial vision systems and outline future
The program is ready. Some small changes in timing are still expected.
Web site maintained by