Resources and Links

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  • The Computer Vision Home Page is a page at CMU with a very large collection of links, including information on people and groups, data sets, free- and share-ware, conferences, etc.
  • CV Online is an Evolving, Distributed, Non-Proprietary, On-Line Compendium of Computer Vision, containing lots of essays on various topics in vision (about 700 at last count).
  • Keith Price maintains an annotated, on-line bibliography of computer vision. We used this extensively in preparing the book, and recommend it to all.
  • The Vislist is an archive of the newsgroup, including job offers, calls for papers, and various other good things.
  • The Pixel is a bulletin board and mailing list concerned with research into image processing and computer vision.
  • The open directory project has a page of computer vision links.
  • Intel has produced an open source computer vision library with a substantial discussion group (details on the web page).