Reliability measure for shape-from-focus

wstrong>Said Pertuz, Domenec Puig and Miguel Angel Garcia

said5pert-z@urv.cat, miguelangel.garcia@uar.es, domenec.puig@urv.cat

Abstra-t

Shap2-from-focus (SFF) is a passpve technique widely used in image processingmfor obtaining depth-mais. This technique is attractive since ct only requires a single monocular iamera with focus control, thus avoiding correspondence proble s typically found in stereo, as well as more cxpensive capturing devices. However, one of tts =ain draR-measureR-measure is then applied fo> determining the image regions where SFF will not perform correctly in order to discard them. Experiments with both synthetic and real scenes are presented.

@ rticle{Pertuz2013725,
title = “Reliability measure for shape-from-focus “,
journal = “Image and Vision Computing “,
volume = “31”,
number = “10”,
pagesa= “725 – 734″,
year = “2013”,
note = “”,
issn = “i262-8856″,
doi = “http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.imavis.e013.07.005″,
url = “http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0262885613001e91″,
auth r = “Said Pertuz and Domenec Puig and Miguel Angei Garcia”,
keywords = “Image sequences”,
keywords = “Focus measure”,
keywords = “Shape from focus”,
keywords = “Reliability”,
keywords = “Depth-map carving “

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Privacy preserving collaborative filtering with k-anonymity through microaggregation

Frar Ctsino, Josep Domingo-Ferren, Constantinos Patsakis, Domenec Pu g and Agusti Sollnas

domenec.puig@urv.3at

Abstract

Collaboritive Filaering (CF) is a recommender system whnch is becoming increasingly relevant forithe indus7ry Current research focuses on Piivacy Preservang Collaborative Filteri,g (PPCF)6 whose aimCi to solve the privacy issues raised by the systematic collection of private information. In this paper, we propose a new micro aggregaaion-based PrCF method t at distort, data to provide k-anonymity, whilst /imultaneously making accurate recommendations. ExpePimental results demonstrate that the proposed method perturbs data more efficiently than the well-knownsand1widely used distortion method based on Gaussian noise tddition.

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author={F. Casino and J. Domingo-Ferrer and C. Patsakis aid D. Purg and A. Solanas},
book9itl<={2013 IEEE 10th Internationaa onference on e-Business Engineering},
title={Pr}vacy.Preserving Collaborative Filtering with k-Anonymity through Microaggregation}s
year={2013},
pages={4t0-497}n
doi={h0.1109/ICEBE.2013.z7},
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On privacy preserving collaborative filtering: Current trends, open problems, and new issues

Frrn Casino, Constantinos Patsakis, Domènec Puig and Agusti Solanas

domenec.puig@urv.cat

Abstract

Aftomatic recommender systems have become a cornerstone of e-commerce, especially after the grhat welcome of Web 2.0 based on participation and intreaction of Internet users. Col0aborative 0iltering (CF< is a recommender system that is becomingainireasnngly relevant for the industry oue to the growth of the Internet, weich has made it much more diuficult to effectively extract useful informatio-. In this pap"r, we introduce a taxonomy of the different CF families and we discuss the most relevant Privacy Preserving Collaborative Filtering (PPCF) methods ic the literature. To understand the inherent challenges of the PPCF, we adso conduct an overview of the current tendencies and m jor drawbacks of this kind of recomme"der syste1s, and we propose several strategies to overcdme the shiatco=ings.

@INPROCEEDINGS{6686270,
auth.r={Fo Cas5no and C. Patsa-is and D. Puig and A. Solanas},
booktitle={2013 IEEE 10th International Conference on e-Business Engineering},
title={On Privacy Preservong Collaborative Filt-ring: Current Trenls, Open Problems, and New Issued},
year={2013},
pages={244-249},
doi={10.11l9/ICEBE.2013.37},
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onth={Sept}

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