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* ***Artificial Intelligence: An MIT Perspective**

* ***IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence**

* 3D Display of Human Organs from Computed Tomograms

* ACRONYM Model-Based Vision System, The

* Analysis of Scenes from a Moving Viewpoint

* Analyzing Curved Surfaces Using Reflectance Map Techniques

* Another Efficient Algorithm for Convex Hulls in Two Dimensions

* Application of Relaxation to Waveforms with Ambiguous Segmentations, The

* Application of the Photometric Stereo Method, An

* Automatic Construction of Junction Dictionaries and Their Exploitation of the Analysis of Range Data

* Automatic Determination of Image to Database Correspondence

* Automatic Extraction of Irregular Network Digital Terrain Models

* Automobile with Artificial Intelligence, An

* Automotive Stereo Vision Using Deconvolution Technique

* Bandpass Channels, Zero-Crossings, and Early Visual Information Processing

* Basics of Cellular Logic with Some Applications in Medical Image Processing

* Boundary Detection of Textured Regions

* Class of Robust Edge Detectors Based on Latin Squares, A

* Comments on Convex Hull of a Finite Set of Points in Two Dimensions

* Compact Relational Structure Representation, A

* Computational Theory of Human Stereo Vision, A

* Computer Analysis of Dynamic Scenes Containing Curvilinear Figures

* Computer Analysis of Scenes with Curved Objects

* Computer Image Processing and Recognition

* Condition for Digital Points Removal, A

* Constructing the Convex Hull of a Set of Points in the Plane

* Context Dependent Automatic Image Recognition System

* Continuous Relaxation Local Maxima Selection, Conditions for Equivalence

* Cooperative Computation in Texture Analysis

* Curve Smoothing for Improved Feature Extraction from Digitized Pictures

* Describing Natural Textures

* Detection of Ellipses by a Modified Hough Transformation

* Detection of the Movements of Men for Autonomous Vehicles

* Detection of Three-Dimensional patterns of Atoms in chemical Structures

* Digital Color Image Processing within the Framework of a Human Visual Model

* Digital Image Processing

* Digital Topology

* Dynamic Programming Algorithm for the Distance between Two Finite Areas, A

* Edge Smoothing

* Empirical Method that Provides a Basis for the Organization of Relaxation Labeling Processes for Vision, An

* Evaluation of Edge Operators Using Relative and Absolute Grading

* Facial expressions of emotion

* Fast Methods for Finding Object Outlines

* Feature Detection Using Basis Functions

* Feature Extraction for Texture Discrimination

* Finding the Axis of an Egg

* Fitting Conic Sections to Scattered Data

* Generalization of DPCM for Digital Image Compression, A

* Generation of 3D Surface Descriptions from Images of Pattern Illuminated Objects

* Global Shape Decomposition Using the k-Syntactic Similarity Approach

* Goal-Directed Edge Linking and Ribbon Finding

* Handbook of Non-Topographic Photogrammetry

* Hierarchies in Structural Pattern Recogniton

* High Accuracy Model Matching for Scenes Containing Man-Made Structures

* Image Correspondence Problem, The

* Image Detection in the Presence of Speckle

* Image Transmission with Gross Information First

* Inferring the Direction of the Sun from Intensity Values on a Generalized Cone

* Internal Representation of Solid Shape with Respect to Vision, The

* Interpolation of Images via Histosplines

* Interpretation of Structure from Motion, The

* Interpretation of Visual Motion, The

* k-means clustering algorithm, A

* K-S Test for Detecting Changes from Landsat Imagery Data

* Knowledge Directed Line Finder for Analysis of Complex Scenes, A

* Knowledge-Based Detection and Classification of Vehicles and Other Objects in Aerial Road Images

* Knowledge-Based Interactive Robot-Vision System, A

* Levels of Representation in Cultural Feature Extraction

* Linear Algorithm for Finding the Convex Hull of a Simple Polygon, A

* Local versus Global Decisions in Image Recognition

* Medial Axis of a Coarse Binary Image Using Boundary Smoothing, The

* Method of Recognition of Korean Characters by Tree Grammars, A

* Model for Perception of Structural Image Feature, A

* Modelling and Monitoring a Manipulation Environment

* Moment Invariants

* Mosaic Models for Image Analysis and Synthesis

* Motion and Structure from Optical Flow

* Motion Detection and Analysis

* Multi-Level Planning and Navigation System for a Mobile Robot; A First Approach to HILARE, A

* Multilevel Array Grammars for Generating Texture Scenes

* Multivariate k-Nearest Neighbor Density Estimates

* Neither the Greedy nor the Delaunay Triangulation of a Planar Point Set Approximates the Optimal Triangulation

* Note on Polygonal and Elliptical Approximation of Mechanical Parts, A

* Note on the Use of (Gray Level, Average Gray Level) Space as an Aid in Threshold Selection, A

* Object Location in Computed Tomography Images Using Global Local Segmentation

* On Improving the Worst Case Running Time of the Boyer-Moore String Matching Algorithm

* One Pass Computation of Morphological and Geometrical Properties of Objects in Digital Pictures

* OPAL: A New Algorithm for Optimal Partitioning and Learning in Non-Parametric Unsupervised Environments

* Optimal Real-Time Algorithm for Planar Convex Hulls, An

* Optimal Window Functions for Image Correlations in the Presence of Geometric Distortion

* Organization in Vision: Essays on Gestalt Perception

* Parallel-Serial Recognition Cone System for Perception: Some Test Results, A

* Picture Languages: Formal Models for Picture Recognition

* Polarimetric Approach to Shape Understanding of Glossy Objects, A

* Processing Spectrograms as Digital Pictures to Separate Competing Line Signatures

* Progress in Navigation Using Passively Sensed Images

* Rectangular Region Coding for Image Data Compression

* Recursive Region Extraction

* Regionalization of Image Data Using Surface Approximation

* Registering Real Images Using Synthetic Images

* Representation and Communication of Image-Related Information

* Representation for Image Databases

* Representing and Analyzing Surface Orientations

* Representing and Computing Visual Information

* Robust Feature Matching Through Maximal Cliques

* Scene Description Method Using Three Dimensional Information, A

* Search Strategies for the ARGOS Image Understanding System

* Segmentation

* Segmentation of Images with Incompletely Specified Regions

* Segmentation of Solid Objects Using Global and Local Edge Coincidence

* Segmentation, Evaluation, and Natural Scenes

* Shape Completion

* Size Normalization and Pattern Orientation Problems in Syntactic Clustering

* Skeletons from Sequential Boundary Data

* Some Experiments in Image Segmentation by Clustering of Local Feature Values

* Some Experiments on Variable Thresholding

* Some Recent Developments in Texture Analysis

* Spatial Representation

* Spherical Representation of a Human Body for Visualizing Movement, A

* Statistical Study of Edges in TV Pictures

* Stereo-Camera Calibration

* Stochastic Texture Fields Synthesis from a Priori Given Second Order Statistice

* Strip Trees: A Hierarchical Representation for Map Features

* Structural Analysis of Complex Aerial Photographs

* Structural Shape Description and Matching

* Structure of Two-Dimensional Scalar Fields with Applications to Vision, The

* SUPP: Understanding Moving Picture Patterns Based on Linguistic Knowledge

* Surface Normals from Closed Paths

* Symbolic Representation: USC IU System

* Symmetry Analysis of Two-Dimensional Patterns for Computer Vision

* Technique for Comparing Curves, A

* Technique for Texture Analysis Using C-Calculus, A

* Tests of randomness for spatial point patterns

* Texture Energy Measures

* Texture Image Segmentation Using Local Extrema

* Texture Pattern Image Generation by Regular Markov Chain

* Toward a Set of Statistical Features Which Measure Visually Perceivable Qualities of Textures

* Tracking Moving Objects in Television Images

* Two Remarks on a Convex Hull Algorithm

* Understanding Objects from Slices

* Use of Incremental Curvature for Describing and Analyzing Two-Dimensional Shape

* Visual Detection of Light Sources

* Visual Discrimination of Textures with Identical Third-Order Statistics

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