Computational Vision: A Critical Review
We review the progress made in computational vision, as represented by Marr's approach, in the last fifteen years. First, we briefly outline computational theories developed for low, middle and high-level vision. We then discuss in more detail solutions proposed to three representative problems in vision, each dealing with a different level of visual processing. Finally, we discuss modifications to the currently established computational paradigm that appear to be dictated by the recent developments in vision.