Journals starting with aaai

* Visual Event Classification via Force Dynamics

* CASEE: A Hierarchical Event Representation for the Analysis of Videos

* Photometric and Geometric Restoration of Document Images Using Inpainting and Shape-from-Shading

* Automated Inspection Using Gray-Scale Statistics
* Bootstrap Stereo
* Constraint-Based Inference from Image Motion
* Human Movement Understanding: A Variety of Perspectives
* Information Needed to Label a Scene
* Interference Detection and Collision Avoidance Among Three Dimensional Objects
* Interpreting Line Drawings as Three-Dimensional Surfaces
* Interpretive Vision
* Mapping Image Properties into Shape Constraints: Skewed Symmetry, Affine-Transformable Patterns, and the Shape-from-Texture Paradigm
* Optimization Approach for Using Contextual Information in Computer Vision, An
* Perceptual Reasoning in a Hostile Environment
* Recognizing and Locating Partially Visible Objects: The Local-Feature-Focus Method
* Shape Encoding and Subjective Contours
* Spatial and Qualitative Aspects of Reasoning about Motion
* Static Analysis Of Moving Jointed Objects
* Statistical Technique for Recovering Surface Orientation from Texture in Natural Imagery, A
* Sticks, Plates, and Blobs: Three-Dimensional Object Representation for Scene Analysis
* What Should be Computed In Low Level Vision Systems
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* Corner Finding Algorithm for Image Analysis and Registration, A
* Determining Surface Type from Surface Normals
* Edge Detection in Optical Flow Fields
* Intensity-Based Edge Classification
* Local Computation of Shape
* Model Based Vision System for Recognition of Machine Parts, A
* Modeling and Using Physical Constraints in Scene Analysis
* Representing Smooth Plane Curves for Recognition: Implications for Figure-Ground Reversal
* Role of Eye Position Information in Algorithms for Stereoscopic Matching, The
* Segmentation of Images Into Regions Using Edge Information
* Systematic Approach to Continuous Graph Labeling with Application to Computer Vision, A
* Tracking Known Three-Dimensional Objects
* Why Perspective Is Difficult: How Two Algorithms Fail
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* Approximate Lengths Between Phalanges of Multijointed Fingers for Stable Grasping
* Design Method for Relaxation Labeling Applications, A
* Find-Path for a PUMA-Class Robot
* Interative Method for Reconstructing Convex Polyhedra from Extended Gaussian Images, An
* Learning Physical Descriptions from Functional Descriptions
* Model-Based Interpretation of Range Imagery
* Perceptual Organization as a Basis for Visual Recognition
* Rule Based Strategies for Image Interpretation
* Solving the General Consistent Labeling (or Constraint Satisfaction) Problem: Two Algorithms and Their Expected Complexities
* Surface Constraints from Linear Extents
* Two Results Concerning Ambiguity in Shape from Shading
* Variational Approach to Edge Detection, A
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* Domain Independent Object Description and Decomposition
* Efficient Multiresolution Algorithms for Computing Lightness, Shape from Shading, and Optical Flow
* Fingerprints Theorems
* Reconstructing a Visible Surface
* Representation for Image Curves, A
* Shading into Texture
* Shape of Subjective Contours, The
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* 3-D Motion Recovery from Time-Varying Optical Flows
* Connection Machine Stereomatching
* Depth and Flow from Motion Energy
* Determining the 3-D Motion of a Rigid Planar Patch Without Correspondence, under Perspective Projection, I. Planar Surfaces, II. Curved Surfaces
* Linear Image Features in Stereopsis
* Mobile Robot with Onboard Parallel Processor and Large Workspace Arm, A
* Object Recognition in Structured and Random Environments: Locating Address Blocks on Mail Pieces
* On the Reconstruction of a Scene from Two Unregistered Images
* Parts: Structured Descriptions of Shape
* Real-Time Road Following and Road Junction Detection Vision System for Autonomous Vehicles, A
* Rule-Based System for Document Understanding, A
* Shape from Darkness: Deriving Surface Information from Dynamic Shadows
* Signal Matching Through Scale Space
* Signal-Symbol Approach to Change Detection, A
* Stereo Integral Equation
* Stochastic Approach to Stereo Vision, A
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* Bounds on Translational and Angular Velocity Components from First Order Derivatives of Image Flow
* Closed Form Solution to the Structure from Motion Problem from Line Correspondences
* Detecting Runways in Aerial Images
* Energy Constraints on Deformable Models: Recovering Shape and Non-rigid Motion
* Hypothesis Testing in a Computational Theory of Visual Word Recognition
* Integrated System That Unifies Multiple Shape from Texture Algorithms, An
* Perceptual Significance Hierarchy: A Computer Vision Theory for Color Separation
* Qualitative Landmark-Based Path Planning and Following
* Range Image Interpretation of Mail Pieces with Superquadrics
* Regularization Uses Fractal Priors
* Sensitivity of Motion and Structure Computations, The
* Shadow Stereo-Locating Object Boundaries Using Shadows
* Using Generic Geometric Models for Intelligent Shape Extraction
* Visual Estimation of 3-D Line Segments from Motion: A Mobile Robot Vision System
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* Feature Recognition Using Correlated Information Contained in Multiple Neighborhoods
* On the Extraction of Shape Information from Shading
* Parallel Hardware for Constraint Satisfaction
* Performance of a System to Locate Address Blocks on Mail Pieces

* Inferring Ignorance from the Locality of Visual Perception
* Situated Vision in a Dynamic World: Chasing Objects

* Computing Exact Aspect Graphs of Curved Objects: Parametric Patches
* Constraints for the Early Detection of Discontinuity from Motion
* Generalized Shape Autocorrelation

* Algorithm for Real-Time Tracking of Non-Rigid Objects, An
* Automatic Generation of Object Class Descriptions Using Symbolic Learning Techniques

* Computational Model for Face Location Based on Cognitive Principles, A
* Grouping Iso-Velocity Points for Ego-Motion Recovery
* Landmark-Based Robot Navigation

* Learning Object Models from Appearance
* On the Qualitative Structure of Temporally Evolving Visual Motion Fields
* Polly: A Vision-Based Artificial Agent
* Range Estimation from Focus Using an Active Non-Frontal Imaging Camera
* Sensible Scenes: Visual Understanding of Complex Scenes Through Causal Analysis

* Applying VC-Dimension Analysis to 3D Object Recognition from Perspective Projections
* Basic Meanings of Spatial Relations: Computation and Evaluation in 3D Space
* New Approach to Tracking 3D Objects in 2D Image Sequences, A
* Visual Semantics: Extracting Visual Information from Text Accompanying Pictures

* Approximate World Models: Incorporating Qualitative and Linguistic Information into Vision Systems
* Integrating Visual Information across Camera Movements with a Visual-Motor Calibration Map
* Motion and Color Analysis for Animat Perception
* Using Elimination Methods to Compute Thermophysical Algebraic Invariants from Infrared Imagery

AAAI-97 * Inverse Hollywood Problem: From video to scripts and storyboards via causal analysis, The

AAAI-98 * Ambiguity and Constraint in Mathematical Expression Recognition

AAAI-99 * Framework for Recognizing Multi-Agent Action from Visual Evidence, A

AAAI-Fall96 * *AAAI Symposium
* Handling Tradeoffs Between Precision and Robustness with Incremental Focus of Attention for Visual Tracking

AAAI-MLCV93 * *AAAI Fall Symposium on Machine Learning in Computer Vision
* Adaptive Image Segmentation Using Multi-Objective Evaluation and Hybrid Search Methods
* Assembly Plan from Observation
* Learning 3D Object Recognition Models from 2D Images
* Learning Combination of Evidence Functions in Object Recognition
* Learning from the Schema Learning System
* Learning Indexing Functions for 3-D Model-Based Object Recognition
* Learning Shape Models for a Vision Based Human-Computer Interface
* Matching and Clustering: Two Steps Towards Automatic Objective Model Generation
* Non-Intrusive Gaze Tracking Using Artificial Neural Networks
* Prax Approach to Learning a Large Number of Texture Concepts, The
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