Interpolation and Approximation Methods in ImagingMS2

Interpolation and approximation methods are crucial tools needed in image processing, at some or several stages. In fact, as in computer graphics, sometimes images are manually made from physical models of two and three dimensional objects. Since sophisticated approximation and interpolation techniques are building blocks of image restoration, signal recovery, volume data reconstruction, edge detection, object separation as well as prototyping, aim of this mini-symposium is to gather scientists to give notice of new mathematical methods relevant to all this area.

Tue 05 June at 13:30 Room 2 (Redenti, floor 1)
Patch-based dictionary learning for sparse image approximation
Gerlind Plonka (University of Goettingen)
Adaptive filtering in Magnetic Particle Imaging via Lissajous sampling
Stefano De Marchi (University of Padova)
Performance bounds for co-/sparse box constrained signal recovery
Jan Kuske (Heidelberg University)
Near-best quartic $C^2$ spline quasi-interpolation for volume data reconstruction
Sara Remogna (University of Torino)
Tue 05 June at 16:00 Room 2 (Redenti, floor 1)
Image reconstruction from scattered data by kernel methods
Gabriele Santin (University of Stuttgart)
Landmark-based image registration using radial kernels
Roberto Cavoretto (University of Torino)
RBF methods for edge detection
Milvia Rossini (University of Milano-Bicocca)
On a regularized approach for the method of fundamental solution
Marta Paliaga (University of Palermo)
Wed 06 June at 13:00 Room 2 (Redenti, floor 1)
On Shannon sampling operators in Imaging
Gert Tamberg (Tallinn University of Technology)
Numerical methods for Mellin integral equations with applications in Imaging Science 
Maria Grazia Russo (University of Basilicata)
Approximation results for prototyping
Gianluca Vinti (University of Perugia)
Hexagonal Shepard method for scattered data interpolation
Filomena Di Tommaso (University of Calabria)
Wed 06 June at 15:30 Room 2 (Redenti, floor 1)
Object separation in videos by means of adaptive PCA
Tomas Sauer (University of Passau)
Subdivision-based deformable models for extracting volumetric structures from biomedical images
Lucia Romani (University of Milano-Bicocca)
Mathematical methods of ptychographical imaging
Nada Sissouno (University of Munich & Helmholtz Zentrum München)
Multiple MRA and image processing
Mariantonia Cotronei (University of Reggio Calabria)
Costanza Conti (University of Firenze)
Alessandra De Rossi (University of Torino)
Francesco Dell'Accio (University of Calabria)
computer graphics, image reconstruction, image registration, image representation, image segmentation, integral equations for image analysis