*8200*
* ***Computer Vision Graphics and Image Processing**

* ***Progress in Pattern Recognition I**

* 3D Adaptive Predictive Coding of Moving Images by Block Segmentaiton

* Advances in Software Engineering and Their Relations to Pattern Recognition and Image Processing

* Algorithms for Computing the Volume and Other Integral Properties of Solids

* Algorithms for Graphics and Image Processing

* Analysis and Synthesis of Image Patterns by Spatial Interaction Models

* Ancient Hebraic Handwriting Identification with Run-Length Histograms

* Applications of Pattern Recognition

* Approximation of Waveforms and Contours by One-Dimensional Pyramid Linking

* Automated Visual Inspection Techniques and Applications: A Bibliography

* Automatic Adjustment Procedure for Rational Splines, An

* Automatic Generation of Depth maps from Stereo Images

* Automatic Registration of Landsat MSS Images to Digital Elevation Models

* Border Extraction Using Linked Pyramids

* Characteristic Views as a Basis for Three-Dimensional Object Recognition

* Clustering of Collinear Line Segments

* Color Image Quantization for Frame Buffer Display

* Color image quantization for frame buffer display

* Color Science: Concepts and Methods, Quantitative Data and Formulas

* Columnar Architecture and Computational Anatomy in Primate Visual Cortex: Segmentation and Feature Extraction via Spatial Frequence Coded Difference Mapping

* Comment on Computer Rendering of Stochastic Models

* Comments on Design of Absolutely Optimal Quantizers for a Wide Class of Distortion Measures

* Comparative Study of Texture Classification Using Spectral Features, A

* Comparison between DPCM and Hadamard Transform Coding in the Composite Coding of the NTSC Color TV Signal

* Complete Set of Fourier Descriptors for Two-Dimensional Shapes, A

* Computational Model of Binocular Depth Derception, A

* Computational Paradigm for Deriving Local Surface Orientation from Local Textural Properties, A

* Computational Theory of Visual Surface Interpolation, A

* Computer Rendering of Stochastic Models

* Computer Vision

* Computer Vision System for 3-D Measurement and Recognition of Flexible Wire Using Cross-Stripe Light, A

* Computing Motions of Planar Surfaces from Spatio-Temporal Changes in Image Brightness

* Computing Point Enclosures

* Concept Maps

* Conditional Run-Length Coding for Multilevel Graphics Image

* Connectionist Models and Their Properties

* Consistent Piecewise Linear Approximation

* Constant-Time Parallel Algorithm for Computing Convex Hulls, A

* Constraint Interaction in Shape-from-Shading Algorithms

* Contextual Classification Method for Recognizing Land Use Patterns in High Resolution Remotely Sensed Data, A

* Contour Tracing of Grey-Scale Images Based on 2-D Histograms

* Conversion and Parsing of Tree Transducers for Syntactic Pattern Analysis

* Corner Finding Algorithm for Image Analysis and Registration, A

* Curve Fitting as a Pattern Recognition Problem

* Curved Surface Measurement for Robot Vision

* DARPA/DMA Image Understanding Testbed, The

* Database Representations in Hierarchical Scene Analysis

* DCT/DPCM Processing of NTSC Composite Video Signal

* Derivation for the Discrete Cosine Transform, A

* Description and Classification of 3-D Objects

* Design of 2D Recursive Filters Using Singular Value Decomposition Techniques

* Detecting the Edges of Lung Tumors by Classification Techniques

* Detection of Errors in Match Disparities

* Determining Surface Type from Surface Normals

* Development of an Optical Distance Sensor for Robots

* Development System for Machine Vision, A

* Digital and Cellular Convexity

* Digital Image Processing of Remotely Sensed Data

* Digital Image Processing: A Systems Approach

* Digital Picture Processing

* Distance Transformations and Skeletons of Digitized Pictures with Applications

* Drawing Straight Lines with a Pyramid Cellular Automaton

* Edge Based Texture Measures

* Edge Detection using the Marr-Hildrith Operator with Different Sizes

* Efficient Run-Lenght Encodings

* Estimation of Context for Statistical Classification of Multispectral Image Data

* Estimation of Location and Orientation of 3-D Surfaces Using a Single 2-D Image

* Experiments with Histogram Guided Image Smoothing

* Expert System for Reconstruction of Mechanical Objects from Projections, An

* Fast Algorithms for the 2D Discrete Cosine Transform

* Finding Edges in Natural Textures

* Finding the Convex Hull of a Simple Polygon

* Functional Size Invariant is not Provided by the Cortical Magnification Factor

* General Purpose Hands for Bin-Picking Robots

* General Scheme for Constructing Skeleton Models, A

* Goal Directed Segmentation

* Graph Theoretical Clustering Based on Limited Neighbourhood Sets

* Gray Level Pyramid Linking as an Aid in Texture Analysis

* Hand-Written Numeral Recognition : The Organization Degree Measurement

* Hierarchical Generalized Hough Transforms and Line-Segment Based Generalized Hough Transforms

* How a Digital Computer Can Tell Whether a Line is Straight

* Image Analysis and Mathematical Morphology

* Image Analysis System for Industrial Applications, An

* Image Processing on MPP:1

* Image Sampling, Reconstruction, and the Effect of Sample-Scene Phasing

* Image Segmentation by Iterative Method

* Image Segmentation in Pyramids

* Image Smoothing and Segmentation by Cost Minimization

* Improved Reconstruction of DPCM-Coded Pictures

* Insert and Delete Algorithms for Maintaining Dynamic Delaunay Triangulations

* Intensity-Based Edge Classification

* Interframe DPCM with Adaptive Quantization and Entropy Coding

* Interpretation of Biological Motion, The

* Interpreting Time-Varying Image: The Planatary Assumption

* Invariant Features of Contrast Detection: An Explanation in Terms of Self-Similar Detector Arrays

* Investigation of Second Order Greyvalue Variations to Estimate Corner Point Displacements

* Invitation to Shape Theory, An

* Iterative Region Segmentation

* Least Squares Quantization in PCM

* Local Analysis of the Image limitations and Uses of Shading

* Local Computation of Shape

* Local Correlation Measures for Motion Analysis: A Comparative Study

* Longest Common Subsequence Algorithm Suitable for Similar Text Strings, A

* Machine Perception

* Machine recognition of handwritten Arabic word by the IRAC II system

* Machine recognition of cursive Arabic words

* Machine vision applied to vehicle guidance and safety

* Matching of Deformed Images

* Mean Curvature, the Laplacian, and Soap Bubbles

* Meaning and Use of the Area under a Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curve, The

* Measurement of Circularity and ellipticity on a Digital Grid, The

* Medium Level Vision

* Model Based Vision System for Recognition of Machine Parts, A

* Modeling and Using Physical Constraints in Scene Analysis

* Motion Analysis via Local Translational Processing

* Motion Compensated Component Color Coding

* Multispectral Texture

* Nearest Neighbor Problem in an Abstract Metric Space, The

* Neural Model for Category Learning, A

* New Definition of Shape Similarity, A

* New General Triangulation Method for Planar Contours, A

* New Hierarchy of Two-Dimensional Array Languages, A

* New Method for Segmenting 3-D Scenes into Primitives, A

* New Recursive Method to Detect Moving Objects in a Sequence of Images, A

* Noise Filtering in Binary Pictures by Combinatorial Techniques

* Normalization of Discrete Planar Objects

* Object Isolation in FLIR Images using Fisher's Linear Discriminant

* Object-Centered Three-Dimensional Model Builder, An

* On a Class of Linear Maps for Data Compression

* On A Convex Hull Algorithm for Polygons and Its Application to Triangulation Problems

* On Change Detection and Displacement Vector Estimation in Image Sequences

* On Combining Range and Intensity Data

* On K-Nearest Neighbor Voronoi Diagrams in the Plane

* On the Existence of Optimal Quantizers

* On the Geometric Precision of Digital Correlation

* On the Implementation of a Block Truncation Coding Algorithm

* On-Line Algorithm for Polygonal Approximation of Digitized Plane Curves, An

* On-Line Recognition of Hand-Printed Korean Characters

* On-Line Recognition of Handwritten Characters by Approximating Each Stroke with Several Points

* On-Line Signature Verification Based on Shape, Motion, and Writing Pressure

* Optical Pattern Recognition Using Circular Harmonic Expansion

* Paradigms for Control of Vision Using Inference in Networks

* Parallel Processing Approaches to Image Correlation

* Pattern Recognition: A Statistical Approach

* Perceptual Grouping and Attention in Visual Search for Features and Objects

* Performance Analysis of Compaction Techniques for Map Representations in Geographic databases

* Phenomenal Coherence of Moving Visual Patterns

* Picture Decomposition Algorithm Using a Pictoral Information Measure, A

* Predictive Searching for Chain Encoding by Computers

* Procedure for Recognition of Connected Handwritten Numerals, A

* Properties of Minimum Mean Squared Error Block Quantizers

* Quadtree Grammars for Picture Languages

* Radial Sweep Algorithm for Constructing Triangulated Irregular Networks, The

* RAPIDbus, Architecture and Realization

* Raster Scanning for Operational Digitizing of Graphical Data

* Reading Machines

* Reasoning between Structure and Function

* Recognition of Curvilinear Objects by Matching Relational Structures

* Recognition of Stereo-Image Cross-Correlation Errors

* Recognition of Surfaces in three-Dimensional Digital Imgaes

* Recognizing and Locating Partially Visible Objects: The Local-Feature-Focus Method

* Recursive Region Segmentation by Analysis of Histograms

* Relaxation Labeling and Evidence Gathering

* Remarks on the Differential Method for the Estimation of Movement in Television Images

* Report on the 1982 IEEE Computer Vision Workshop, A

* Representation and Traversal of Images in the Hexagonal Field

* Representation for Visual Information, A

* Representing Smooth Plane Curves for Recognition: Implications for Figure-Ground Reversal

* Robot System Which Acquires Cylindrical Workpieces from Bins, A

* Robust Memoryless Quantization for Minimum Signal Distortion

* Role of Eye Position Information in Algorithms for Stereoscopic Matching, The

* Rotation-Invariant Digital Pattern Recognition Using Circular Harmonic Expansion

* Rough Sets

* Segmentation and Abstract Interpretation in an Image Understanding System

* Segmentation in Acronym

* Segmentation of Images Into Regions Using Edge Information

* Segmentation of Moving Observer Frame Sequences

* Segmentation of Pictures into Regions with a Tile-by-Tile Method

* Sequential Convolution Techniques for Image Filtering

* Shape Approximation Using Quadtrees

* Shape Description Using Surface Triangularization

* Shape of Smooth Objects and the Way Contours End, The

* Signal Reconstruction for the Output Magnitudes of Two-Dimensional Filters

* Signal Reconstruction from Cosine Transform Magnitude

* Simple O(n log n) Algorithm for Finding the Maximum Distance between Two Finite Planar Sets, A

* Simple Proof of Pach's Extremal Theorem for Convex Polygons, A

* simplified neuron model as a principal component analyzer, A

* Smoothed Local Symmetries and Local Frame Propagation

* Some Properties of Hueckel-Type Edge Operators

* Some Results on Fuzzy (Digital) Convexity

* Spatial Reasoning to Determine Stream Network from LANDSAT Imagery

* Special Computer Architectures for Pattern Processing

* Split-and-Link Algorithms for Image Segmentation

* Stability Conditions fro DPCM Coders

* Steuerung dynamischer Systeme aufgrund bildhafter Informationen

* Stochastic Method for Texture Synthesis

* Structural Texture Analysis Applications

* Supervised Pixel Relaxation Labeling as a Means for Utilizing Ancillary Information in the Classification of Remote Sensing Image Data

* Survey and Evaluation of FLIR Target Detection/Segmentation Algorithms, A

* Survey of Model-Based Image Analysis Systems

* Survey: Representation Methods in Three-Dimensional Objects

* Symbolic Matching of Images and Scene Models

* System for Automated Stereo Mapping, A

* Systematic Approach to Continuous Graph Labeling with Application to Computer Vision, A

* Template-Matching Operator for Edge-Points Detection in Digital Pictures, A

* Temporal Constraints for Estimating Optic Flow

* Texture Recognition via Autoregression

* Theoretical Performance of Entropy-Encoded DPCM

* Thinning and Stroke Segmentation for Handwritten Chinese Character Recognition

* Three Dimensional Edge-Region Operator for Range Pictures, A

* Three-Dimensional Surface Shape Recognition by Approximating Image Intensity Functions with Quadric Polynomials

* Three-Point Seed Method for the Extraction of Planar Faces from Range Data

* Tree Translation and Its Application to a Time-Varying Image Analysis Problem

* Two Remarks on Multidimensional Texture Analysis

* Understanding Maps

* Unsupervised Learning Approach to Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation

* Use of an Evidential Based Model for Representing Knowledge and Reasoning about Images in the VISIONS System, The

* Using Rough Relational Models for Geometric Reasoning

* Using String Languages to Describe Picture Languages

* Vector Quantizatizers and Predictive Quantizers for Gauss-Markov Sources

* Visibility of Movement Gradients

* Vision-Based Predictive Robotic Tracking of a Moving Target

* Vision: A Computational Investigation into the Human Representation and Processing of Visual Information

* VISIONS Image Operating System, The

* Volumetric Descriptions from Dynamic Scenes

* Watersheds of Functions and Picture Segmentation

* Why Perspective Is Difficult: How Two Algorithms Fail

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