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*2008
108EERalf Gerber, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Representation of occurrences for road vehicle traffic. Artif. Intell. 172(4-5): 351-391 (2008)
107EEMichael Arens, Ralf Gerber, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Conceptual representations between video signals and natural language descriptions. Image Vision Comput. 26(1): 53-66 (2008)
106EEArtur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Initialization of Model-Based Vehicle Tracking in Video Sequences of Inner-City Intersections. International Journal of Computer Vision 80(2): 211-225 (2008)
2007
105EEHendrik Dahlkamp, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Artur Ottlik, Paul Reuter: A Framework for Model-Based Tracking Experiments in Image Sequences. International Journal of Computer Vision 73(2): 139-157 (2007)
2006
104 Henrik I. Christensen, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Cognitive Vision Systems, Sampling the Spectrum of Approaches [based on a Dagstuhl seminar] Springer 2006
103EEHenrik I. Christensen, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Introductory Remarks. Cognitive Vision Systems 2006: 1-4
102EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: On Sampling the Spectrum of Approaches Toward Cognitive Vision Systems. Cognitive Vision Systems 2006: 315-319
101EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: Cognitive Vision Systems: From Ideas to Specifications. Cognitive Vision Systems 2006: 57-69
2004
100EEHendrik Dahlkamp, Arthur E. C. Pece, Artur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Differential Analysis of Two Model-Based Vehicle Tracking Approaches. DAGM-Symposium 2004: 71-78
99 Christian Köhler, Artur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Bernhard Nebel: Qualitative Reasoning Feeding Back into Quantitative Model-Based Tracking. ECAI 2004: 1041-1042
98EEMichael Arens, Artur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Using Behavioral Knowledge for Situated Prediction of Movements. KI 2004: 141-155
97EEHendrik Dahlkamp, Artur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Comparison of Edge-Driven Algorithms for Model-Based Motion Estimation. SCVMA 2004: 38-50
96 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Steps toward a Cognitive Vision System. AI Magazine 25(2): 31-50 (2004)
2003
95EEArtur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: On Consistent Discrimination between Directed and Diffuse Outdoor Illumination. DAGM-Symposium 2003: 418-425
94EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: Reflections on Cognitive Vision Systems. ICVS 2003: 34-43
93EEMichael Arens, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Behavioral Knowledge Representation for the Understanding and Creation of Video Sequences. KI 2003: 149-163
2002
92EEMarkus Middendorf, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Empirically Convergent Adaptive Estimation of Grayvalue Structure Tensors. DAGM-Symposium 2002: 66-74
91 Michael Arens, Artur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Natural Language Texts for a Cognitive Vision System. ECAI 2002: 455-459
90 Ralf Gerber, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Heiko Schreiber: Deriving Textual Descriptions of Road Traffic Queues from Video Sequences. ECAI 2002: 736-740
89EEMichael Arens, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Representation of Behavioral Knowledge for Planning and Plan-Recognition in a Cognitive Vision System. KI 2002: 268-282
88 Frank Heimes, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Towards Active Machine-Vision-Based Driver Assistance for Urban Areas. International Journal of Computer Vision 50(1): 5-34 (2002)
2001
87 Markus Middendorf, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Estimation and Interpretation of Discontinuities in Optical Flow Fields. ICCV 2001: 178-183
86 Holger Leuck, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Model-Based Initialisation of Vehicle Tracking: Dependency on Illumination. ICCV 2001: 309-314
85 Ferit Keçeci, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Machine-Vision-Based Estimation of Pose and Size Parameters from a Generic Workpiece Description. ICRA 2001: 2159-2164
84 Alexander Bachem, Thomas Müller, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Robust Visual Servoing: Examination of Cameras Under Different Illumination Conditions. ICRA 2001: 235-240
2000
83 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Francisco J. Perales López: Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects, First International Workshop, AMDO 2000, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, September 7-9, 2000, Proceedings Springer 2000
82EEThomas Müller, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Parallelizing a CAD-Model-Based Object Localization for Initialization of Tracking in Visual Servoing. CLUSTER 2000: 399-400
81EEKlaus Mück, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Markus Middendorf: Data-Driven Extraction of Curved Intersection Lanemarks from Road Traffic Image Sequences. ECCV (2) 2000: 411-427
80EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: Image Sequence Evaluation: 30 Years and Still Going Strong. ICPR 2000: 1149-1158
79EEMichael Haag, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Incremental recognition of traffic situations from video image sequences. Image Vision Comput. 18(2): 137-153 (2000)
78EEHans-Hellmut Nagel, Frank Heimes, Klaus Fleischer, Michael Haag, Holger Leuck, Sven Noltemeier: Quantitative comparison between trajectory estimates obtained from a binocular camera setup within a moving road vehicle and from the outside by a stationary monocular camera. Image Vision Comput. 18(5): 435-444 (2000)
77 Martin Tonko, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Model-Based Stereo-Tracking of Non-Polyhedral Objects for Automatic Disassembly Experiments. International Journal of Computer Vision 37(1): 99-118 (2000)
1999
76EEHolger Leuck, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Automatic Differentiation Facilitates OF-Integration into Steering-Angle-Based Road Vehicle Tracking. CVPR 1999: 2360-2365
75 Carsten Rother, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Analyse initialer Positionsschätzungen bei der Bildfolgenauswertung. DAGM-Symposium 1999: 189-196
74 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Michael Haag, V. Jeyakumar, Amitabha Mukerjee: Visualisation of Conceptual Descriptions Derived from Image Sequences. DAGM-Symposium 1999: 364-371
73EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: Natural Language Description of Image Sequences as a Form of Knowledge Representation. KI 1999: 45-60
72EES. Wachter, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Tracking Persons in Monocular Image Sequences. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 74(3): 174-192 (1999)
71EEMichael Haag, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Combination of Edge Element and Optical Flow Estimates for 3D-Model-Based Vehicle Tracking in Traffic Image Sequences. International Journal of Computer Vision 35(3): 295-319 (1999)
1998
70 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Zur automatischen Analyse von Verkehrssituationen durch Bildfolgenauswertung. AMS 1998: 1-2
69 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, A. Gehrke: Bildbereichsbasierte Verfolgung von Straßenfahrzeugen durch adaptive Schätzung und Segmentierung von Optischen-Fluß-Feldern. DAGM-Symposium 1998: 314-321
68EEMichael Haag, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Beginning a Transition from a Local to a More Global Point of View in Model-Based Vehicle Tracking. ECCV (1) 1998: 812-827
67EERalf Gerber, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: (Mis?-) Using DRT for Generation of Natural Language Text from Image Sequences. ECCV (2) 1998: 255-270
66EEHans-Hellmut Nagel, A. Gehrke: Spatiotemporally Adaptive Estimation and Segmenation of OF-Fields. ECCV (2) 1998: 86-102
65 Michael Haag, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: "Begriffliche Rückkopplung" zur Behandlung temporärer Verdeckungssituationen in der Bildfolgenauswertung von Straßenverkehrsszenen. GI Jahrestagung 1998: 13-22
64 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Michael Haag: Bias-Corrected Optical Flow Estimation for Road Vehicle Tracking. ICCV 1998: 1006-1011
63 Ferit Keçeci, Martin Tonko, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, V. Gengenbach: Improving Visually Servoed Disassembly Operations by Automatic Camera Placement. ICRA 1998: 2947-2952
62EEMichael Haag, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Tracking of complex driving manoeuvres in traffic image sequences. Image Vision Comput. 16(8): 517-527 (1998)
1997
61 Michael Haag, Wolfgang Theilmann, Kart Schäfer, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Integration of Image Sequence Evaluation and Fuzzy Metric Temporal Logic Programming. KI 1997: 301-312
60EEMichael Haag, Thomas Frank, Henner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Influence of an Explicitly Modelled 3D Scene on the Tracking of Partially Occluded Vehicles. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 65(2): 206-225 (1997)
59EEHenner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: 3D Pose Estimation by Directly Matching Polyhedral Models to Gray Value Gradients. International Journal of Computer Vision 23(3): 283-302 (1997)
1996
58 Ralf Gerber, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Berechnung natürlichsprachlicher Beschreibungen von Straßenverkehrsszenen aus Bildfolgen unter Verwendung von Geschehens- und Verdeckungsmodellierungen. DAGM-Symposium 1996: 601-608
57EEHenner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Matching Object Models to Segments from an Optical Flow Field. ECCV (2) 1996: 388-399
56EEThomas Frank, Michael Haag, Henner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Tracking of Occluded Vehicles in Traffic Scenes. ECCV (2) 1996: 485-494
55 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Zur Strukturierung eines Bildfolgen-Auswertungssystems. Inform., Forsch. Entwickl. 11(1): 3-11 (1996)
1995
54 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Henner Kollnig: Evaluation of Image Sequences from Outdoor Scenes: Selected Problems and Solutions. ACCV 1995: 509-518
53 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, A. Gehrke, Michael Haag, Michael Otte: Space- and Time-Variant Estimation Approaches and the Segmentation of the Resulting Optical Flow Fields. ACCV 1995: 81-90
52 Henner Kollnig, Harald Damm, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Michael Haag: Zuordnung natürlichsprachlicher Begriffe zu Geschehen an einer Tankstelle. DAGM-Symposium 1995: 236-243
51 Henner Kollnig, Holger Leuck, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Detektion und Verfolgung von Fahrzeugen in Straßenverkehrsszenen: Systematische Bewertung und Steigerung der Systemleistung. DAGM-Symposium 1995: 303-310
50EEHenner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: 3D Pose Estimation by Fitting Image Gradients Directly to Polyhedral Models. ICCV 1995: 569-574
49 Martin Tonko, Kart Schäfer, V. Gengenbach, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Multi-Level 3D-Tracking of Objects Integrating Velocity Estimation based on Optical Flow and Kalman-Filtering. ISER 1995: 212-221
48EEMichael Otte, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Estimation of Optical Flow Based on Higher-Order Spatiotemporal Derivatives in Interlaced and Non-Interlaced Image Sequences. Artif. Intell. 78(1-2): 5-43 (1995)
47EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: Optical flow estimation and the interaction between measurement errors at adjacent pixel positions. International Journal of Computer Vision 15(3): 271-288 (1995)
1994
46EEMichael Otte, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Optical Flow Estimation: Advances and Comparisons. ECCV (1) 1994: 51-60
45EEHans-Hellmut Nagel, Gudrun Socher, Henner Kollnig, Michael Otte: Motion Boundary Detection in Image Sequences by Local Stochastic Tests. ECCV (2) 1994: 305-315
44EEHenner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Michael Otte: Association of Motion Verbs with Vehicle Movements Extracted from Dense Optical Flow Fields. ECCV (2) 1994: 338-347
43 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: AI Approaches Towards Sensor-Based Driver Support in Road Vehicles. KI 1994: 1-15
42 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: A Vision of ``Vision and Language'' Comprises Action: An Example from Road Traffic. Artif. Intell. Rev. 8(2-3): 189-214 (1994)
1993
41 Henner Kollnig, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Ermittlung von begrifflichen Beschreibungen von Geschehen in Straßenverkehrsszenen mit Hilfe unscharfer Mengen. Inform., Forsch. Entwickl. 8(4): 186-196 (1993)
40EED. Roller, Kostas Daniilidis, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Model-based object tracking in monocular image sequences of road traffic scenes. International Journal of Computer Vision 10(3): 257-281 (1993)
1992
39EEDieter Koller, Konstantinos Daniilidis, Torfi Thórhallsson, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Model-Based Object Tracking in Traffic Scenes. ECCV 1992: 437-452
38EEMichael Otte, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Extraction of Line Drawings from Gray Value Images by Non-Local Analysis of Edge Element Structures. ECCV 1992: 687-695
1991
37 Ingrid M. Walter, Rose Sturm, Peter C. Lockemann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: A Semantic Network Based Deductive Database System for Image Sequence Evaluation. VDB 1991: 251-277
36 Peter C. Lockemann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Ingrid M. Walter: Databases for knowledge bases: empirical study of a knowledge base management system for a semantic network. Data Knowl. Eng. 7: 115-154 (1991)
35 N. Heinze, Wolfgang Krüger, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Berechnung von Bewegungsverben zur Beschreibung von aus Bildfolgen gewonnenen Fahrzeugtrajektorien in Straßenverkehrsszenen. Inform., Forsch. Entwickl. 6(2): 51-61 (1991)
1990
34 Karl Rohr, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Modellgestützte Bestimmung des Bewegungszustandes von Fußgängern in Realweltbildfolgen. DAGM-Symposium 1990: 52-58
33 Dieter Koller, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Ein robustes Verfahren zur Detektion und Verfolgung bewegter Objekte in Bildfolgen. DAGM-Symposium 1990: 625-633
32 Erik Sandewall, Giovanni Adorni, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Monique Thonnat: PROMETHEUS Session. ECAI 1990: 779-780
31EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: Extending the 'Oriented Smoothness Constraint' into the Temporal Domain and the Estimation of Derivatives of Optical Flow. ECCV 1990: 139-148
30EEKonstantinos Daniilidis, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Analytical Results on Error Sensitivity of Motion Estimation from Two Views. ECCV 1990: 199-208
1989
29 N. Heinze, Wolfgang Krüger, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Zuordnung von Bewegungsverben zu Trajektorien in Bildfolgen von Straßenverkehrsszenen. DAGM-Symposium 1989: 310-317
28 Claus Müller, Susanne Rössle, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Verwendung einer Bildauswertungsmethode für polyedrische Szenen zur Erkennung von Werkstücken aus gebogenem Blech. DAGM-Symposium 1989: 82-89
27 Gerd Herzog, C.-K. Sung, Elisabeth André, Wilfried Enkelmann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Thomas Rist, Wolfgang Wahlster, Georg Zimmermann: Incremental Natural Language Description of Dynamic Imagery. Wissensbasierte Systeme 1989: 153-162
26EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: On a Constraint Equation for the Estimation of Displacement Rates in Image Sequences. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 11(1): 13-30 (1989)
1988
25EEHans-Hellmut Nagel: From image sequences towards conceptual descriptions. Image Vision Comput. 6(2): 59-74 (1988)
24 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: ``TAF'' als Spezialfall nichtparametrischen Lernens nach Parzen. KI 2(3): 10-11 (1988)
23 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Zur weiteren Entwicklung des Fachgebiets ``Künstliche Intelligenz''. KI 2(4): 31-32 (1988)
1987
22EEIngrid M. Walter, Peter C. Lockemann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Database Support for Knowledge-Based Image Evaluation. VLDB 1987: 3-11
21 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: On the Estimation of Optical Flow: Relations between Different Approaches and Some New Results. Artif. Intell. 33(3): 299-324 (1987)
1986
20EEHarald Westphal, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Toward the derivation of three-dimensional descriptions from image sequences for nonconvex moving objects. Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing 34(3): 302-320 (1986)
1985
19 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Wissensgestützte Ansätze beim maschinellen Sehen: Helfen sie in der Praxis? Wissensbasierte Systeme 1985: 170-198
18 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Analyse und Interpretation von Bildfolgen I. Informatik Spektrum 8(4): 178-200 (1985)
17 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Analyse und Interpretation von Bildfolgen II. Informatik Spektrum 8(6): 312-327 (1985)
1984
16 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Berechnung von Verschiebungsvektorfeldern in Bildbereichen mit linienhaften oder partiell homogenen Grauwertverteilungen. DAGM-Symposium 1984: 154-160
15EEY. Z. Hsu, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, G. Rekers: New likelihood test methods for change detection in image sequences. Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing 26(1): 73-106 (1984)
1983
14 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Constraints for the Estimation of Displacement Vector Fields From Image Sequences. IJCAI 1983: 945-951
1981
13 Harald Westphal, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Zur Ermittlung gekrümmter Oberflächen bewegter Objekte aus Bildfolgen. DAGM-Symposium 1981: 123-129
12 Th. Dinse, Wilfried Enkelmann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Untersuchung von Verschiebungsvektorfeldern in Bildfolgen. DAGM-Symposium 1981: 69-75
11 Leonie Dreschler, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: On the Frame-to-Frame Correspondence between Grey Value Characteristics in the Images of Moving Objects. GWAI 1981: 18-29
10 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Bernd Neumann: On 3D Reconstruction from Two Perspective Views. IJCAI 1981: 661-663
9 Leonie Dreschler, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Volumetric Model and 3D-Trajectory of a Moving Car Derived from Monocular TV-Frame Sequence of a Street Scene. IJCAI 1981: 692-697
1979
8 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Repräsentation von Wissen zur Auswertung von Bildern. DAGM-Symposium 1979: 3-21
7 Leonie S. Dreschler-Fischer, Bernd Fischer, M. Mittelstein, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Ein PASCAL-Compiler für das DIETZ-System 621x2. PASCAL 1979: 84-94
1977
6 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Digital Bildverarbeitung - Digital Image Processing, GI/NTG Fachtagung, München, 28.-30. März 1977 Springer 1977
5 Ramesh Jain, D. Militzer, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Separating Non-Stationary from Stationary Scene Components in a Sequence of Real World TV Images. IJCAI 1977: 612-618
4 Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Analysing Sequences of TV-Frames. IJCAI 1977: 626
3 Jacques Pitrat, Erik Sandewall, Wolfgang Bibel, Gérard P. Huet, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, M. Somalivco: Artificial Intelligence in Western Europe. IJCAI 1977: 955-969
1976
2 C. O. Grosse-Lindemann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel: Postlude to a PASCAL-Compiler Bootstrap on a DECSystem-10. Softw., Pract. Exper. 6(1): 29-42 (1976)
1974
1EEG. Friesland, C. O. Grosse-Lindemann, P. M. Lorenz, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, P. J. Stirl: A PASCAL Compiler bootstrapped on a DEC-System 10. Fachtagung über Programmiersprachen 1974: 101-113

Coauthor Index

1Giovanni Adorni [32]
2Elisabeth André [27]
3Michael Arens [89] [91] [93] [98] [107]
4Alexander Bachem [84]
5Wolfgang Bibel [3]
6Henrik I. Christensen [103] [104]
7Hendrik Dahlkamp [97] [100] [105]
8Harald Damm [52]
9Kostas Daniilidis (Konstantinos Daniilidis) [30] [39] [40]
10Th. Dinse [12]
11Leonie Dreschler [9] [11]
12Leonie S. Dreschler-Fischer [7]
13Wilfried Enkelmann [12] [27]
14Bernd Fischer [7]
15Klaus Fleischer [78]
16Thomas Frank [56] [60]
17G. Friesland [1]
18A. Gehrke [53] [66] [69]
19V. Gengenbach [49] [63]
20Ralf Gerber [58] [67] [90] [107] [108]
21C. O. Grosse-Lindemann [1] [2]
22Michael Haag [52] [53] [56] [60] [61] [62] [64] [65] [68] [71] [74] [78] [79]
23Frank Heimes [78] [88]
24N. Heinze [29] [35]
25Gerd Herzog [27]
26Y. Z. Hsu [15]
27Gérard P. Huet [3]
28Ramesh Jain [5]
29V. Jeyakumar [74]
30Ferit Keçeci [63] [85]
31Christian Köhler [99]
32Dieter Koller [33] [39]
33Henner Kollnig [41] [44] [45] [50] [51] [52] [54] [56] [57] [59] [60]
34Wolfgang Krüger [29] [35]
35Holger Leuck [51] [76] [78] [86]
36Peter C. Lockemann [22] [36] [37]
37Francisco J. Perales López [83]
38P. M. Lorenz [1]
39Markus Middendorf [81] [87] [92]
40D. Militzer [5]
41M. Mittelstein [7]
42Klaus Mück [81]
43Amitabha Mukerjee [74]
44Claus Müller [28]
45Thomas Müller [82] [84]
46Bernhard Nebel [99]
47Bernd Neumann [10]
48Sven Noltemeier [78]
49Michael Otte [38] [44] [45] [46] [48] [53]
50Artur Ottlik [91] [95] [97] [98] [99] [100] [105] [106]
51Arthur E. C. Pece [100]
52Jacques Pitrat [3]
53G. Rekers [15]
54Paul Reuter [105]
55Thomas Rist [27]
56Karl Rohr [34]
57D. Roller [40]
58Susanne Rössle [28]
59Carsten Rother [75]
60Erik Sandewall [3] [32]
61Kart Schäfer [49] [61]
62Heiko Schreiber [90]
63Gudrun Socher [45]
64M. Somalivco [3]
65P. J. Stirl [1]
66Rose Sturm [37]
67C.-K. Sung [27]
68Wolfgang Theilmann [61]
69Monique Thonnat [32]
70Torfi Thórhallsson [39]
71Martin Tonko [49] [63] [77]
72S. Wachter [72]
73Wolfgang Wahlster [27]
74Ingrid M. Walter [22] [36] [37]
75Harald Westphal [13] [20]
76Georg Zimmermann [27]

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