António José Ribeiro Neves

University of Aveiro Portugal

Prof. António J. R. Neves received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Aveiro, Portugal, in 2007. Since 2002, he has been a researcher at the Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro. Since 2007, he has been an assistant professor in the Department of Electronics, Telecommunications, and Informatics, University of Aveiro. He is the director of the undergraduate course on Electrical and Computers Engineering and the vice-director of the master’s degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. He is an IEEE Senior Member and a member of several other research organizations worldwide. His main research interests are computer vision, intelligent systems, robotics, and image and video processing. He has participated in or coordinated several research projects and received more than thirty-five awards. He has 161 publications to his credit, including books, book chapters, journal articles, and conference papers. He has vast experience as a reviewer of several journals and conferences. As a professor, Dr. Neves has supervised several Ph.D. and master’s students and was involved in more than twenty-five different courses.

3books edited

5chapters authored

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The research on computer vision systems has been increasing every day and has led to the design of multiple types of these systems with innumerous applications in our daily life. The recent advances in artificial intelligence, together with the huge amount of digital visual data now available, have boosted vision system performance in several ways. Information extraction and visual object tracking are essential tasks in the field of computer vision with a huge number of real-world applications.This book is a result of research done by several researchers and professionals who have highly contributed to the field of image processing. It contains eight chapters divided into three sections. Section 1 consists of four chapters focusing on the problem of visual tracking. Section 2 includes three chapters focusing on information extraction from images. Finally, Section 3 includes one chapter that presents new advances in image sensors.

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