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Zucker, D.F. Co Author Listing * Hardware and Software Cache Prefetching Techniques for MPEG Benchmarks

Zucker, S. Co Author Listing * View-based 3-D object recognition using shock graphs

Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.] Co Author Listing * email: Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.]: zucker-steven AT cs yale edu
* Algorithms for Image Segmentation
* ALVEN: A Study on Motion Understanding by Computer
* Analysis of Probabilistic Relaxation Labeling Processes
* Analytic Inverse of Discrete Gaussian Blur
* Application of Relaxation Labeling to Line and Curve Enhancement, An
* Application of Relaxation to Edge Reinforcement, An
* Area and Length Minimizing Flows for Shape Segmentation
* Area Minimizing Flows
* Attributed Tree Homomorphism Using Association Graphs
* Attributed tree matching and maximum weight cliques
* Casting Light on Illumination: A Computational Model and Dimensional Analysis of Sources
* Cell Tracking: A Modeling and Minimization Approach
* Charting surface structure
* Cliques, computation, and computational tractability
* Compatibilities and the Fixed Points of Arithmetic Relaxation Processes
* Complexity and Confusion in Computational Vision
* complexity space for curve grouping, A
* Complexity, Confusion, and Perceptual Grouping. Part I: The Curve-like Representation
* Complexity, Confusion, and Perceptual Grouping. Part II: Mapping Complexity
* Computational and Psychophysical Experiments in Grouping: Early Orientation Selection
* Computational Vision at Yale
* Computer Vision and Human Perception: An Essay on the Discovery of Constraints
* Computing Contour Closure
* Computing Principal Direction Fields as Frame Bundle Cross Sections
* Computing Relative Depth Relationships from Occlusion Cues
* Connection Geometry, Color, and Stereo
* Contextual Inference in Contour-Based Stereo Correspondence
* Continuous Relaxation and Local Maxima Selection: Conditions for Equivalence
* Continuous Relaxation Local Maxima Selection, Conditions for Equivalence
* Contour Fragment Grouping and Shared, Simple Occluders
* Contour-based Correspondence for Stereo
* Critical Contours: An Invariant Linking Image Flow with Salient Surface Organization
* Curve-like sets, normal complexity, and representation
* Deblurring Gaussian Blur
* Detection of osteogenesis imperfecta by automated texture analysis
* Differential Geometric Consistency Extends Stereo to Curved Surfaces
* Differential Geometric Inference in Surface Stereo
* differential geometry of shape from shading: Biology reveals curvature structure, The
* Diffuse Shading, Visibility Fields, and the Geometry of Ambient Light
* Distance Images and Intermediate-Level Vision
* Early Orientation Selection: Inferring Trace, Tangent, and Curvature Fields
* Early Orientation Selection: Tangent Fields and the Dimensionality of Their Support
* Endstopped Neurons in the Visual Cortex as a Substrate for Calculating Curvature
* Entropy Scale-Space
* Epipolar Geometry for Humanoid Robotic Heads
* Exploring the Shape Manifold: the Role of Conservation Laws
* Field Model for Contour Organization and Partial Differential Equations, A
* Finding Folds: On the Appearance and Identification of Occlusion
* Finding Structure in Co-Occurrence Matrices for Texture Analysis
* Flowing toward coherence: On the geometry of texture and shading flows
* Folds and Cuts: How Shading Flows Into Edges
* Fragment Grouping via the Principle of Perceptual Occlusion
* Framework for Visual Motion Understanding, A
* From Orientation Selection to Optical Flow
* Gaussian Blur And The Heat Equation: Forward And Inverse Solutions
* General Geometric Good Continuation: From Taylor to Laplace via Level Sets
* Generative Model for Image Contours: A Completely Characterized Non-Gaussian Joint Distribution, A
* Geometry of contour-based correspondence for stereo
* Good Continuation in Layers: Shading flows, color flows, surfaces and shadows
* Good Continuation of General 2D Visual Features: Dual Harmonic Models and Computational Inference
* Gradient Projection Algorithm for Relaxation Methods, A
* Hamilton-Jacobi Skeleton, The
* Hamilton-Jacobi Skeletons
* Hierarchical Relaxation System for Line Labeling and Grouping, A
* How Folds Cut a Scene
* How Shading Constrains Surface Patches without Knowledge of Light Sources
* Hue fields and color curvatures: A Perceptual Organization Approach to Color Image Denoising
* Hue flows and scene structure
* Hyperbolic Smoothing of Shapes
* Indexing Hierarchical Structures Using Graph Spectra
* Indexing Using a Spectral Encoding of Topological Structure
* Indexing Visual Representations Through the Complexity Map
* Inferring Surface Trace and Differential Structure from 3-D Images
* Intensity Clustering by Relaxation
* Iterative Enhancement of Noisy Images
* Ligature Instabilities in the Perceptual Organization of Shape
* Local Scale Control for Edge Detection and Blur Estimation
* Local Structure of Image Discontinuities in One Dimension, The
* Logical/Linear Operators for Image Curves
* Many-to-many Matching of Attributed Trees Using Association Graphs and Game Dynamics
* Markov Process Using Curvature for Filtering Curve Images, A
* Matching Hierarchical Structures Using Association Graphs
* Measure of Closure, A
* Multi-View Edge-based Stereo by Incorporating Spatial Coherence
* Multiple Level Representations for Texture Description
* Multiple-Size Operators and Optimal Curve Finding
* Multiscale Medial Loci and Their Properties
* On Computing Visual Flows with Boundaries: The Case of Shading and Edges
* On Optimal Control Methods in Computer Vision and Image Processing
* On the computational neurobiology of curve detection
* On the Differential Geometry of 3D Flow Patterns: Generalized Helicoids and Diffusion MRI Analysis
* On the Evolution of Curves Via a Function of Curvature. I. The Classical Case
* On the Evolution of the Skeleton
* On the Foundations of Relaxation Labeling Processes
* On the Perceptual Organization of Texture and Shading Flows: From a Geometrical Model to Coherence Computation
* Organization of Curve Detection: Coarse Tangent Fields and Fine Spline Coverings, The
* Orientation Selection to Optical Flow: A Computational Perspective
* perceptual organization of texture flow: A contextual inference approach, The
* Picture Segmentation by Texture Discrimination
* Potentials, valleys, and dynamic global coverings
* Qualitative shape from active shading
* Radial Projection: An Efficient Update Rule for Relaxation Labeling
* Ray-Based Computational Model of Light Sources and Illumination, A
* Region Growing: Childhood and Adolescence
* Relaxation Labeling: 25 Years and Still Iterating
* Relaxation Labelling and the Reduction of Local Ambiguities
* Relaxation Labelling, Local Ambiguity, and Low-Level Vision
* Relaxation Processes for Scene Labeling: Convergence, Speed, and Stability
* Representing Edge Models via Local Principal Component Analysis
* Scale Space Localization, Blur, and Contour-Based Image Coding
* Scene Labeling by Relaxation Operations
* Shading Flows and Scenel Bundles: A New Approach to Shape from Shading
* Shadows and Shading Flow Fields
* Shadows, defocus and reliable estimation
* Shape from Shading on a Cloudy Day
* Shapes, Shocks and Wiggles
* Shapes, Shocks, and Deformations I: The Components of Two-Dimensional Shape and the Reaction-Diffusion Space
* Shock Graphs and Shape Matching
* Singularities of Principal Direction Fields from 3-D Images
* Sketches with curvature: The curve indicator random field and Markov processes
* Spatial Pattern in Sections of Human Muscle
* Spatially Varying Illumination: A Computational Model of Converging and Diverging Sources
* Stable Surface Estimation
* Stereo for Slanted Surfaces: First Order Disparities and Normal Consistency
* Stereo, Shading, and Surfaces: Curvature Constraints Couple Neural Computations
* Structural Scales in Computational Vision
* Surface Geometric Constraints for Stereo in Belief Propagation
* Tensors, Differential Geometry and Statistical Shading Analysis
* Texture Discrimination Using Intensity and Edge Co-Occurrences
* Three-Dimensional Edge Operator, A
* Toward a Computational Theory of Shape: An Overview
* Toward a Low-Level Description of Dot Clusters: Labeling Edge, Interior, and Noise Points
* Toward a Model of Texture
* Toward Consistent Descriptions in Vision Systems
* Trace Inference, Curvature Consistency, and Curve Detection
* Tracing Surfaces for Surfacing Traces
* Vertical and Horizontal Processes in Low Level Vision
* What Is A Light Source?
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Zuckerberger, E.[Emanuel] Co Author Listing * Mesh Retrieval by Components

Zuckerbraun, B.[Brian] Co Author Listing * Real-time visual analysis of microvascular blood flow for critical care

Zuckerman, S.B. Co Author Listing * Airborne Infrared Remote Sensing of Riverine Currents

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