Warning: This is the archive of my old INRIA website. Many links are broken.
After having done 11 years' research in Computer Vision at INRIA,
Zhengyou is now with Microsoft Research, seeking to put Vision on Computer.
INRIA, BP 93, 06902 SOPHIA-ANTIPOLIS CEDEX, FRANCE
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is a Senior Research Scientist at INRIA
(French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control)
where he works in the Computer
Vision and Robotics group.
He was born in Zhejiang,
China, on April first,
1965, and is listed in Who's Who in the World. He received the B.S.
degree in electronic engineering from the University
of Zhejiang, China, in 1985,
the D.E.A. diploma in computer science from the University
of Nancy, France, in 1987, the Ph.D. degree in computer science from
the University of Paris XI,
Orsay, France, in 1990, and the Habilitation à diriger des recherches
(Doctor of Science) diploma from the University
of Paris XI, in 1994.
He was a Research Assistant from 1987 to 1990, and a Research
Scientist from 1990 to 1991, at INRIA. Since 1991, he is a Senior Research
Scientist at INRIA. He is also a Guest Research Professor in
Chinese Academy of Sciences since 1994,
and a Part-time Professor in Northern
Jiaotong University (Beijing, China) since 1996. From December
1996 to December 1997, he was an Invited Researcher at ATR
Human Information Processing Research Laboratories, Japan. He
is a Senior Member of IEEE,
an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Pattern Recognition
and Artificial Intelligence (IJPRAI), and an Action Editor of
Videre: A Journal
of Computer Vision Research. His current research interests
include computer vision, image-based modeling and graphics,
facial image analysis, mobile robotics, dynamic scene analysis and multisensor
fusion. He participates in different European and French projects on Computer
Vision and Robotics. In particular, he is currently involved in a Research
and Development Program Praxitele
and two European Esprit Projects "Realise"
He is the author of the following books
3D Dynamic Scene Analysis: A Stereo Based Approach (with O.
Faugeras) (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1992). ISBN 3-540-55429-7
& ISBN 0-387-55429-7
Geometry in Stereo, Motion and Object Recognition: A Unified Approach
(with G. Xu,
forewords by O. Faugeras and S. Tsuji;
Telecom Systems Technical Award, The Japan Telecommunications Advancement Foundation)
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996). ISBN
Computer Vision: Fundamentals of Computational Theory and Algorithms (in Chinese) (with S.
Ma) (Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1998). ISBN 7-03-006070-9
SUN and/or LINUX
parameter estimation techniques with applications to conic fitting:
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||Perception tridimensionnelle d'une scène dynamique
à partir de la stéréoscopie et du mouvement
3D Dynamic Scene perception from Stereoscopy and Motion
Speech in French, 26 mn 40
(15/01/98) FG'98 Paper: Comparison Between Geometry-Based and Gabor-Wavelets-Based
Facial Expression Recognition Using Multi-Layer Perceptron.
Article: An Effective Technique for Calibrating a Binocular Stereo
Through Projective Reconstruction Using Both a Calibration Object and the
PDF and DEMO
(14/10/97) ICCV'98 Paper: Modeling Geometric Structure and Illumination
Variation of a Scene from Real Images. ABSTRACT
(14/10/97) ICCV'98 Paper: Euclidean Structure from Uncalibrated Images
Using Fuzzy Domain Knowledge: Application to Facial Images Synthesis.
(14/10/97) ICCV'98 Paper: Understanding the Relationship Between
the Optimization Criteria in Two-View Motion Analysis. ABSTRACT
(14/10/97) ACCV'98 Paper (Invited): Image-Based Geometrically-Correct
Photorealistic Scene/Object Modeling (IBPhM): A Review. ABSTRACT
(14/10/97) ACCV'98 Paper: A New Multistage Approach to Motion and
Structure Estimation by Gradually Enforcing Geometric Constraints.
(14/10/97) IJCAI'97 Paper: A General Expression of the Fundamental
Matrix for Both Perspective and Affine Cameras. ABSTRACT
(14/10/97) CVPR'97 Paper: Self-Maintaining Camera Calibration Over
Software updated (11/07/97): FMatrix
(for estimating the fundamental matrix) (LMedS now uses normalized
data in the last step, i.e., we in general have a better initial estimate
for least-squares with inliers).
Software updated (30/06/97): a bug in the Linux
version of IMAGE-MATCHING (unable to detect points
of interest) is fixed.
Software: the long awaiting Linux
version of IMAGE-MATCHING is available.
new approach to stereo calibration
Paper: On the Epipolar Geometry Between Two Images With Lens Distortion.
Research Report: Determining the Epipolar Geometry and its Uncertainty:
A Review. (revised based on the comments from Q.-T. Luong and A.
version (to appear in IJCV)