# Sapporo Guest House Symposium on Mathematics 19

# Mathematical Aspects of Image Processing and Computer Vision 2005

# "MCAS symposium"

### Outline

- Dates.
- November 17-19,2005

- Organizers.
- Y.Giga (Hokkaido Univ. / Univ. of Tokyo), S. Izumiya (Hokkaido Univ.), Y. Tonegawa (Hokkaido Univ.), K. Deguchi (Tohoku Univ.),

- Venue.
- November 17-18, Room 508, Building 4, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University

November 19, Seminar room, Sapporo Guest House (an eight-minute walk from Sumikawa subway station)

- Program.
November 17, 2005 (Thursday)

(Venue: Room 508, Bldg 4, Dept. of Math., Hokkaido Univ.)
- 14:00--15:00 Tony CHAN (UCLA College of Letters & Science)
- Recent progress in total variation image restoration: L^1 fidelity and duality
- 15:30--16:00 Kentaro SAJI (Hokkaido Univ.)
- Singularities of maps of surfaces into 3-space
- 16:15--17:15 Hitoshi ARAI (Univ. of Tokyo)
- Wavelet frames and visual perception

November 18, 2005 (Friday)

(Venue: Room 508, Bldg 4, Dept. of Math., Hokkaido Univ.)
- 10:00--11:00 Tony CHAN (UCLA College of Letters & Science)
- Image and wavelet inpaintingă€€
- 11:30--12:30 Yannick KERGOSIEN (Univ. de Cergy-Pontoise)
- Singularity theory and diagnostic medical imaging
- 14:30--15:30 Kazuyuki TANAKA (Tohoku Univ.)
- Bayesian network and probabilistic image processing - Statistical aspect of belief propagation method-

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- 16:00--17:00 Yoshitaka MASUTANI (Univ. of Tokyo)
- Post-processing of diffusion MRI: from basic theory to clinical application
- 18:00
- Reception at Enreiso

November 19, 2005 (Saturday)

(Venue: Seminar room, Sapporo Guest House)
- 10:00--11:00 Yannick KERGOSIEN (Univ. de Cergy-Pontoise)
- Generalized catastrophes, interventional imaging , and vision
- 11:30--12:30 Takeshi TOKUYAMA (GSIS Tohoku Univ.)
- Theory of optimal reshaping of functions and its applications

* Discussion Time:
- After each lecture, there will be a few minutes discussion time.
The duration is up to 15 minutes per hour talk and 10 minutes per half an hour talk.
It may be shortened if the lecture is longer than what organizers anticipate.
All participants are encouraged to attend and participate in the discussion time.

- Secretary.
- Ms. Sasamori TEL: 011-706-4671 FAX: 011-706-4672

E-MAIL: cri@math.sci.hokudai.ac.jp

- Note: MAIPCV 2005 stands for Mathematical Aspects of Image Processing and Computer Vision 2005.