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* ***Alvey Conference**

* ***Progress in Image Analysis and Processing**

* ***Robotics Science**

* ***Shape from Shading**

* 2-D Adaptive Smoothing by 3-D Distance Transformation

* 3-D Modeling of Indoor Scenes by Fusion of Noisy Range and Stereo Data

* 3D Object Recognition Via Simulated Particles Diffusion

* 3D Representation and Recognition Using Object Wings

* 3D Visual Information from Vanishing Points

* About the Integrability Constraint in a Shape-from-Shading Algorithm

* Active Computer Vision by Cooperative Focusing and Stereo

* Adaptive Model Base Indexing

* Algebraic Methods in 3-D Motion Estimation from Two-View Point Correspondences

* Algorithm for Automatic Road Recognition on Digitized Map Images

* American Sign Language: The Phonological Base

* Analysis of a Distributed Multiresolution Vision System, An

* Analysis of Differential and Matching Methods for Optical Flow

* Analysis of Image Deformation under Orthographic Projection and Flow Parameter Estimation

* Analysis of Textual Images Using the Hough Transform

* Application of Differential Geometry to Recognize and Locate Partially Occluded Objects

* Application of Dynamical Systems Theory to Shape from Shading, An

* Applying Uncertainty Reasoning to Model Based Object Recognition

* Approach to Fingerprint Filter Design, An

* Approach to Object Recogniton: Aligning Pictorial Descriptions, An

* Architecture for Region Boundary Extraction in Raster Scan Images Suitable for VLSI Implementation, An

* Array Grammars, Patterns, and Recognizers

* Attributed Image Matching Using a Minimum Representation Size Criterion

* Automated Inspection of Solder Bumps Using Visual Signatures of Specular Image-Highlights

* Automatic Thresholding Algorithm Based on an Illumination-Independent Contrast Measure, An

* Back-Propagation Applied to Handwritten Zip Code Recognition

* Bayesian Inference in Model-Based Machine Vision

* Binary Hough Transform and Its Efficient Implementation in a Systolic Array Architecture, A

* Building a World Model for a Mobile Robot Using Dynamic Semantic Constraints

* Building Hierarchical Solid Models from Sensor Data

* CAD-Based Grasp Synthesis Utilizing Polygons, Edges, and Vertices

* Calculating Geometric Properties from Fourier Representation

* Calibration of Wrist-Mounted Robotic Sensors by Solving Homogeneous Transform Equations of the Form Ax = Xb

* Camera Calibration Using Geometric Constraints

* Chromatic Stereopsis

* Classification of Natural Textures by Means of Two-Dimensional Orthogonal Masks

* Coarse-Fine Bimodality Analysis of Circular Histogram

* Color Image Segmentation Using Markov Random Fields

* Color-Edge Detectors for a VLSI Convolver

* Combined Decision Theoretic and Syntactic Approach to Image Segmentation

* Combining Evidence in Probabilistic Relaxation

* Comparison of the Space Requirements of Multi-Dimensional Quadtree-Based File Structures, A

* Complexity of Perceptual Search Tasks, The

* Compressing Quadtrees Via Common Subtree Merging

* Computational Approach to Motion Perception, A

* Computer Analysis of Regular Repetitive Textures

* Computer-generated barrier-strip autostereography

* Computing Optical Flow

* Computing The Convex Hull Of A Simple Polygon

* Concise Vector Equations for Stereopsis

* Constraint-Based Modeling

* Constraints for the Computation of Optical Flow

* Context-Sensitivity of Two-Dimensional Regular Array Grammars

* Coordinate Grammars Revisited: Generalized Isometric Grammars

* Corner Detection on Digital Curves Based on Local Symmetry of the Shape

* Correspondence of 2-D Projections by Bipartite Matching

* Data Set for Quantitative Motion Analysis, A

* Depth Recovery Algorithm Using Defocus Information, A

* Derivation of 3-D Surface Shape from Shadows, The

* Describing and Recognizing 3-D Objects Using Surface Properties

* Detection of Airborne Compact Sources in Infra-Red Scenes Using Syntactic Pattern Recognition

* Determination of Camera Location and Orientation

* Determining Camera Parameters from the Perspective Projection of a Rectangle

* Determining Perspective Structures using Hierarchical Hough Transform

* Determining Surface Curvature with Photometric Stereo

* Developing the Aspect Graph Representation for Use in Image Understanding

* Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision

* Digital Optics

* Direct Determination of the Orientation of a Translating 3D Straight Line

* Discrimination of Planar Shapes Using Shape Matrices

* Distance Transformations on Hexagonal Grids

* Domain Dependence in Parallel Constraint Satisfaction

* Dual Representation of Gray-Scale Morphological Filters, The

* Early Identification of Occlusion in Stereo-Motion Image Sequences

* Edge Detection and Thinning in Time-Varying Image Sequences Using Spatio-Temporal Templates

* Edge Detection by Associative Mapping

* Edge Detection is a Projection

* Efficient Algorithm for Extrema Detection in Digital Images, An

* Efficient Processing of 2-D Images

* Efficient Recognition of Partially Visible Objects Using a Logarithmic Complexity Matching Technique

* Elliptical Feature Extraction via an Improved Hough Transform

* Encryption-Decryption Techniques for Pictures

* Estimating the Orientation of Multiple Textured Planes

* Exact Maximum a Posterori Estimation for Binary Images

* Experiments in Fitting Discrete Markov Random Fields to Textures

* Experiments in Segmenting Texton Patterns Using Localized Spatial Filters

* Experiments with a Network-Based Geometric Reasoning Engine

* Expert Systems Simulating Human Visual Perception

* Extraction of Boundary Keypoints and Completion of Simple Figures

* Extraction of graphic primitives from images of paper based line drawings

* Fast Parallel Algorithm for Labeling Connected Components, A

* Fast Parallel Method for Synthesis of Random Patterns, A

* Feature Based Object Decomposition for Finite Element Meshing

* Few Steps Toward Artificial 3-D Vision, A

* Finding Ellipses Using the Generalised Hough Transform

* Fine Grain Image Computations on Electro-Optical Arrays

* Fingerprint Theorems for Curvature and Torsion Zero-Crossings

* Finite Images Generated by GL-Systems

* Flexible Shape Recognition Approach Through Hashing, A

* Fractal Based Criteria to Evaluate the Performance of Digital Image Magnification Techniques

* From Surfaces to Objects: Computer Vision and Three Dimensional Scene Analysis

* fruit-tracking system for robotic harvesting, A

* Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing

* FUR: Understanding FUnctional Reasoning

* Fuzzy Skeletonization of an Image

* Gabor Filters as Texture Discriminator

* General Photogrammetric Method for Determining Object Position and Orientation, A

* Generalized Neighborhoods: A New Approach to Complex Parameter Feature Extraction

* Generalized Symmetry and Its Application to 3D Shape Generation

* Generating Aspect Graphs for Curved Objects

* Generating Rectangles Using Two-Dimensional Grammars with Time and Space Complexity Analysis

* Geometer: A System for Modeling and Algebraic Manipulation

* Geometric Modelling: A Projective Approach

* Geometric Reasoning

* Geometrical Modeling from Multiple Stereo Views

* Grammars on the Hexagonal Array

* Handbook of Research on Face Processing

* Haptic Object Recognition Using a Multi-Fingered Dextrous Hand

* Hierarchical and Robust Process for Information Retrieval, A

* Hierarchical Picture Coding Scheme, A

* Hierarchical Region Based Stereo Matching

* Hierarchical Strategy for Path Planning Among Moving Obstacles, A

* Homogeneous Framework for Visual Recognition, A

* Human-computer interaction using eye-gaze input

* Image and Boundary Segmentation Via Minimal-Length Encoding on the Connection Machine

* Image Coding via Morphological Transformations: A General Theory

* Image Fusion by a Ratio of Low-Pass Pyramid

* Image Irradiance Equations for a Zooming Camera

* Image Understanding and Robotics Research at Columbia University

* Image Understanding at the University of Rochester

* Image Understanding Research At Carnegie Mellon

* Image Understanding Research at the University of Maryland (January 1988-February 1989)

* Improved Parallel Algorithm for Thinning Digital Patterns, An

* Improvement of Kittler and Illingworth's Minimum Error Thresholding

* Improvements and Systolic Implementation of the Hough Transformation for Straight Line Detection

* Inferring Ignorance from the Locality of Visual Perception

* Inferring Surface Shape from Specular Reflections

* Inferring the Presence of Objects from Feature Data

* Integrated Modelling of Thermal and Visual Image Generation

* Integration of Visual Modules: An Extension of the Marr Paradigm

* Interpretation of 3D Structure and Motion Using Structured Lighting

* Interpretation of Image Sequence by Spatio-Temporal Analysis

* Interpretation of Visual Motion: Recognizing Moving Light Displays, The

* Inverse Perspective Transform from Zero-Curvature Curve Points Application to the Localization of Some Generalized Cylinders

* Is Geometric Hashing a Hough Transform?

* Issues in Extracting Motion Parameters and Depth from Approximate Translation Motion

* Knowledge Based Vision for Terrestrial Robots

* Knowledge-Based Approach to the Detection, Tracking and Classification of Target Formations in Infrared Image Sequences, A

* Knowledge-Based Contextual Recognition and Seiving of Digital Images

* Knowledge-Based Vision Technology Overview for Obstacle Detection and Avoidance

* Knowledge-directed inspection for complex multilayered patterns

* Learning Early-Vision Computations

* Least Square Error Estimation of the Center and Radii of Concentric Arcs, A

* Local Operations on Labelled Dots Patterns

* Locating Human Faces in Newspaper Photographs

* Low-Level Processing Techniques In Geophysical Image Interpretation

* Machine recognition and correction of printed Arabic text

* Majority Systems and the Condorcet Jury Theorem

* Marked Grid Labeling

* Matching Polygon Fragments

* Matching Topographic Structures in Stereo Vision

* Mathematical Properties of the 2D Motion Field: From Singular Points to Motion Parameters

* Mathematical Transforms and Correlation Techniques for Object Recognition Using Tactile Data

* Measurement in Three Dimensions by Motion Stereo and Spherical Mapping

* Memory-Based Reasoning Approach for Pattern Recognition of Binary Images

* Method for Shape-from-Shading Using Multiple Images Acquired under Different Viewing and Lighting Conditions, A

* Metricity Preserving Transforms

* Minimising the Search Space for Polygon Detection Using the Generalised Hough Transform

* MIT Progress in Understanding Images

* Mode Estimation and Non-Linear Image Smoothing with Adaptive Rank-Order Filters

* Model Learning and Recognition of Nonrigid Objects

* Model-Based Computer Vision System for Recognizing Handwritten ZIP Codes, A

* Model-Guided Attributed String Matching by Split-and-Merge for Shape Recognition

* Modeling Sensor Detectability with VANTAGE Geometric/Sensor Modeler

* Models for Neighbor Dependency in Planar Point Patterns

* Monocular Vision Using Inverse Perspective Projection Geometry: Analytic Relations

* More on Path Generated Digital Metrics

* Morphological Pyramidal Image Decomposition, A

* Motion Estimation Algorithm under Time-Varying Illumination, A

* Motion Planning in a Plane Using Generalized Voronoi Diagrams

* Multi-Scale Contour Matching in a Motion Sequence

* Multifrequency Channel Decompositions of Images and Wavelet Models

* Multilevel Vision Based Spatial Reasoning for Robotic Tasks

* Multiple-View Model-Based Inspection Of Quadric Objects

* Multiresolution Approximation and Wavelet Orthogonal Bases of L2(R)

* Multistage Algorithm for Fast Classification of Patterns, A

* Need for Accuracy Verification of Machine Vision Algorithms and Systems, The

* Neural networks, principal components, and subspace

* New Method for Computing Intrinsic Surface Properties, A

* New System for Automatic Segmentation and Recognition of Unconstrained Zip Codes, A

* New Technique for Fully Autonomous and Efficient 3D Robotics Hand/Eye Calibration, A

* New Views of Linearity and Connectedness in Digital Geometry

* Non-Linear Optimization Algorithm for the Estimation of Structure and Motion Parameters, A

* Non-Sequential Contour Detection with a Priori Knowledge, A

* Nonlinear Filters for Efficient Shock Computation

* Note On Binary Template Matching, A

* O(log n) Bimodality Analysis

* O(log n) Pyramid Hough Transforms, An

* Object Recognition Strategy in a Multi-Resolution System

* Object Tracking with a Moving Camera

* Objective Functions for Feature Discrimination

* Obtaining a Solid Model from Optical Serial Sections

* On Combining Points and Lines in an Image Sequence to Recover 3D Structure and Motion

* On Reliable Curvature Estimation

* On the Identity of Optimal Strategies for Multistage Classifiers

* On the Kinetic Depth Effect

* On the Order Induced by a Set of Rays: Application to the Probing of Nonconvex Polygons

* On the Tracking of Featureless Objects with Occlusion

* On the Use of Gibbs Markov Chain Models in the Analysis of Images Based on Second-Order Pairwise Interactive Distributions

* On the Use of the Horizon of a Translating Planar Curve

* One-Pixel-Wide Edge Detection

* Optimal Matching of Convex Polygons

* Optimization in Model Matching and Perceptual Organization

* Outdoor Vehicle Navigation Using Passive 3D Vision

* Parallel Algorithm for Determining Two-Dimensional Object Positions Using Incomplete Information About Their Boundaries, A

* Parallel Algorithm for Real-time Computation of Optical Flow, A

* Parallel Algorithm to Generate a Markov Random Field Image on a SIMD Hypercube Machine, A

* Parallel B-Spline Surface Fitting Algorithm, A

* Parallel Color Algorithm for Segmenting Images of 3-D Scenes, A

* Parallel Computer Vision on Polymorphic Torus Architecture

* Parallel Generation of Finite Images

* Parallel Memory Systems for Image Processing

* Parallel Processing of Region Boundaries

* Parallel-Symmetric Thinning Algorithm, A

* Pattern Recognition with Moment Invariants on a Machine Vision System

* Perception of Non-Rigid Motion: Inference of Shape, Material and Force

* Perceptual Grouping of Curved Lines

* Performance Analysis of Image Registration Techniques

* Performance Assessment of Near-Perfect Machines

* Performance Bounds for Estimating Three-Dimensional Motion Parameters from a Sequence of Noisy Images

* Polygonal Entropy: A Convexity Measure

* Polyhedral Objects Identification Through the Orthographic Projection Views Generation

* Polyhedron Reconstruction Using Three-View Analysis

* Polyominoes which Tile Rectangles

* Probabilistic Analysis of Two Stage Matching

* Probability-Based Control for Computer Vision

* Processing of Engineering Line Drawings for Automatic Input to CAD

* Pseudo-Interferometric Laser Range Finder for Robot Applications, A

* Pushdown Recognizers for Array Patterns

* Qualitative Target Motion Detection and Tracking

* Quantitative and Qualitative Measures for the Evaluation of the Superquadric Models

* Quantization Error in Spatial Sampling: Comparison between Square and Hexagonal Pixels

* Random Field Models in Image Analysis

* Range Estimation from Intensity Gradient Analysis

* Range Imaging Sensors Development at NRC Laboratories

* Real-Time Model Based Geometric Reasoning for Vision-Guided Navigation

* Real-Time Motion Tracking Using Spatio-Temporal Filters

* Reasoning About Nonlinear Inequality Constraints: A Multi-Level Approach

* Recognition of 3-D Objects in Range Images Using a Butterfly Multiprocessor

* Recognizing Shapes in Planar Binary Images

* Reconstruction of Two-Dimensional Patterns from Fourier Descriptors

* Recovering 3-D Motion Parameters from Image Sequences with Gross Errors

* Recovering 3-D Translational Motion and Establishing Stereo Correspondence from Binocular Image Flows

* Reference Frames for Animate Vision

* Region-Based Stereo Algorithm, A

* Regularization Model for Stereo Vision with Controlled Continuity, A

* Regularization of Discontinuous Flow Fields

* Relational Pyramid Approach to View Class Determination, A

* Relationship Between Coordinate Grammars and Path Controlled Graph Grammars

* Relative Motion Parallax and the Perception of Structure from Motion

* Relaxation Algorithm for Shape Matching of Two-Dimensional Objects

* Rendering fur with three dimensional textures

* Report on Range Image Understanding Workshop

* Report on the Results of the DARPA Integrated Image Understanding Benchmark Exercise, A

* Representation and Recognition of 3-D Curves

* Representation and Segmentation of a Cluttered Scene Using Fused Edge and Surface Data

* Representation of Iterative Patterns

* Representations in High-Level Vision: Reassessing the Inverse Optics Paradigm

* Representing and Comparing Shapes Using Shape Polynomials

* Representing Motion Using Chronogeneous Transformations

* Rigid Body Motion Analysis from the Correspondence of Interest Points

* Robust Computer Vision: A Least Median of Squares Based Approach

* Robust Estimation of Image Flow

* Robust Window Operators

* Scene Description for Object Manipulation in Unstructured Environments

* Scene Description Using Range Data

* Segmentation of Textured Images

* Segmentation of the Needle Map of Objects with Curved Surfaces

* Shape From Shading Using The Facet Model

* Shape from shadows

* Shape from Shadows: Theoretical and Computational Aspects

* Shape Matching Utilizing Indexed Hypothesis Generation and Testing

* Shape Normalization Through Compacting

* Shape Understanding from Lambertian Photometric Flow Fields

* Similarity Retrieval of Iconic Image Database

* Simple Vision Algorithm for 3-D Position Determination Using a Single Calibration Object, A

* Simple, Real-Time Range Camera, A

* Simulation of Two-Dimensional One-Marker Automata by Three-Way Turing Machines, The

* Siromoney Array Grammars and Applications

* Situated Vision in a Dynamic World: Chasing Objects

* Skeleton-Based Image Warping

* Skeletonizing Binary Patterns on the Homogeneous Multiprocessor

* Skeletons and Perceptual Graphs

* Small Leakage Model for Diffusion Smoothing of Image Data, A

* Some Experiments in Applying Inductive Inference Principles to Surface Reconstruction

* Spatial Knowledge Representation

* Spatial Understanding: The Successor System

* Special Issue on Sensor Data Fusion

* Special Issue on Sensor-Based Planning and Control in Robotics

* Spectre: An Improved Phantom Edge Finder

* Statistical Pattern Matching

* Stereo Vision In Multi-Resolution

* String Matching for Stereo Vision

* Structure-from-Motion by Tracking Occlusion Boundaries

* Structured Edge Map of Curved Objects in a Range Image

* Subject-Object Discrimination in 4D-Dynamic Scene Interpretation for Machine Vision

* Survey of the Statistical Theory of Shape, A

* Systematic Approach for Designing 2-Subcycle and Pseudo 1-Subcycle Parallel Thinning Algorithms, A

* Systolic Pyramid Automata, Cellular Automata and Array Languages

* Techniques for Real-Time Generation of Range Images

* Thinning of 3-D Images Using the Safe Point Thinning Algorithm (SPTA)

* Three-Dimensional Interpretation of Quadrilaterals

* Towards Autonomous Mobile Robot Navigation

* Towards Dynamic Vision

* Tracking a Maneuvering Target Using Input Estimation Versus the Interacting Multiple Model Algorithm

* Tracking Feature Points in Time-Varying Images Using an Opportunistic Selection Approach

* Tracking Objects with Eye Movements

* Tracking Points and Line Segments in Image Sequences

* Trajectory Primal Sketch: A Multi-Scale Scheme for Representing Motion Characteristics, The

* Truncated Subband Coding of Images

* Two-Dimensional Three-Way Array Grammars and Their Acceptors

* Uncertainty Estimates for Polyhedral Object Recognition

* Unifying Shading and Texture Through an Active Observer

* USC Image Understanding Research: 1988-89

* Using Generic Knowledge in Analysis of Aerial Scenes: A Case Study

* Using Line Correspondence Stereo to Measure Surface Orientation

* Verification of Recognition and Alignment Hypotheses by Means of Edge Verification Statistics

* Visual Estimation of 3-D Line Segments from Motion: A Mobile Robot Vision System

* Visual Re-Acquisition of Geographic Locations

* Visual Recognition Using Concurrent and Layered Parameter Networks

* Visual Terrain Matching for a Mars Rover

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