File:VisiontrainLogo.png Marie Curie Research Training Network Project MRTN-CT-2004-005439 Project overview

Visiontrain Project addresses the problem of understanding vision from both computational and cognitive points of view. The research approach is based on formal mathematical models and on the thorough experimental validation of these models. 11 academic partners work cooperatively on a number of targeted research objectives: (i) computational theories and methods for low-level vision, (ii) motion understanding from image sequences, (iii) learning and recognition of shapes, objects, and categories, (iv) cognitive modelling of the action of seeing, and (v) functional imaging for observing and modelling brain activity.

Detailed project description (PDF) and project homepage are available.


Visiontrain team at VICOS