13.19.3 G.3. Time-Varying Imagery

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Buxton, B.F., Murray, D.W.,
Optic Flow Segmentation As An Ill-Posed And Maximum Likelihood Problem,
IVC(3), 1985, pp. 163-169. BibRef

Ibison, M.C., Zapalowski, L., Harris, C.G.,
Direct Surface Reconstruction From A Moving Sensor,
IVC(3), 1985, pp. 170-176. BibRef

Mitiche, A., Bouthemy, P.,
Tracking Modelled Objects Using Binocular Images,
CVGIP(32), 1985, pp. 384-396. BibRef

Pieroni, G.G., Costabile, M.F.,
A Method For Detecting Correspondences In A Sequence Of Modifying Shapes,
PRL(3), 1985, pp. 403-412. BibRef

Reuman, S.R., Hoffman, D.D.,
Regularities Of Nature: The Interpretation Of Visual Motion,
FPTP(86), pp. 201-226. BibRef

Mitiche, A., Aggarwal, J.K.,
A Computational Analysis Of Time-Varying Images,
HPRIP(86), pp. 311-332. BibRef

Huang, T.S.,
Determining Three-Dimensional Motion And Structure From Perspective Views,
HPRIP(86), pp. 333-354. BibRef

Aggarwal, J.K., Magee, M.J.,
Determining Motion Parameters Using Intensity Guided Range Sensing,
PR(19), 1986, pp. 169-180. BibRef

Jenkin, M., Tsotsos, J.K.,
Applying Temporal Constraints To The Dynamic Stereo Problem,
CVGIP(33), 1986, pp. 16-32. BibRef

Broida, T.J., Chellappa, R.,
Estimation Of Object Motion Parameters From Noisy Images,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 90-99. BibRef

Mitiche, A.,
On Kineopsis And Computation Of Structure And Motion,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 109-112. BibRef

Maybank, S.J.,
Algorithm For Analysing Optical Flow Based On The Least-Squares Method,
IVC(4), 1986, pp. 38-42. BibRef

Murray, D.W., Williams, N.S.,
Detecting The Image Boundaries Between Optical Flow Fields From Several Moving Planar Facets,
PRL(4), 1986, pp. 87-92. BibRef

Schalkoff, R.J.,
Automated Reasoning About Image Motion Using A Rule-Based Deduction System,
ICV(4), 1986, pp. 97-106. BibRef

D'Haeyer, J.,
Determining Motion Of Image Curves From Local Pattern Changes,
CVGIP(34), 1986, pp. 166-188. BibRef

Aggarwal, J.K.,
Motion And Time-Varying Imagery-An Overview,
WMRA(86), pp. 1-6. BibRef

Marimont, D.H.,
Projective Duality And The Analysis Of Image Sequences,
WMRA(86), pp. 7-14. BibRef

Thompson, W.B., Kearney, J.K.,
Inexact Vision,
WMRA(86), pp. 15-21. BibRef

Bandopadhay, A., Chandra, B., Ballard, D.H.,
Active Navigation: Tracking An Environmental Point Considered Beneficial,
WMRA(86), pp. 23-29. BibRef

Waxman, A.M., Duncan, J.H.,
Binocular Image Flows,
WMRA(86), pp. 31-38. BibRef

Sandini, G., Tistarelli, M.,
Recovery Of Depth Information: Camera Motion As An Integration To Stereo,
WMRA(86), pp. 39-43. BibRef

Huang, T.S.,
Motion Detection And Estimation From Stereo Image Sequences: Some Preliminary Experimental Results,
WMRA(86), pp. 45-46. BibRef

Liu, Y., Huang, T.S.,
Estimation Of Rigid Body Motion Using Straight Line Correspondences,
WMRA(86), pp. 47-52. BibRef

Snyder, M.A.,
The Accuracy Of 3d Parameters In Correspondence-Based Techniques: Startup And Updating,
WMRA(86), pp. 53-59. BibRef

Bandopadhay, A., Dutta, R.,
Measuring Image Motion In Dynamic Images,
WMRA(86), pp. 67-72. BibRef

Bharwani, S., Riseman, E., Hanson, A.,
Refinement Of Environmental Depth Maps Over Multiple Frames,
WMRA(86), pp. 73-80. BibRef

Enkelmann, W.,
Investigation Of Multigrid Algorithms For The Estimation Of Optical Flow Fields In Image Sequences,
WMRA(86), pp. 81-87. BibRef

Schunck, B.G.,
Image Flow Continuity Equations For Motion And Density,
WMRA(86), pp. 89-94. BibRef

Broida, T.J., Chellappa, R.,
Kinematics And Structure Of A Rigid Object From A Sequence Of Noisy Images,
WMRA(86), pp. 95-100. BibRef

Kories, R., Zimmermann, G.,
A Variable Method For The Estimation Of Displacement Vector Fields From Image Sequences,
WMRA(86), pp. 101-106. BibRef

Engel, S.A., Rubin, J.M.,
Detecting Visual Motion Boundaries,
WMRA(86), pp. 107-111. BibRef

Kanatani, K.,
Transformation Of Optical Flow By Camera Rotation,
WMRA(86), pp. 113-118. BibRef

Shariat, H., Price, K.E.,
How To Use More Than Two Frames To Estimate Motion,
WMRA(86), pp. 119-124. BibRef

Huang, T.S., Weng, J., Ahuja, N.,
3-D Motion From Image Sequences: Modeling, Understanding, And Prediction,
WMRA(86), pp. 125-130. BibRef

Hildreth, E.C., Grzywacz, N.M.,
The Incremental Recovery Of Structure From Motion: Position Vs. Velocity Based Formalutions,
WMRA(86), pp. 137-143. BibRef

Lee, C.H., Rosenfeld, A.,
Structure And Motion Of A Rigid Object Having Unknown Constant Motion,
WMRA(86), pp. 145-150. BibRef

Adelson, E.H., Bergen, J.R.,
The Extraction Of Spatio-Temporal Energy In Human And Machine Vision,
WMRA(86), pp. 151-155. BibRef

Subbarao, M.,
Interpretation Of Image Motion Fields: A Spatio-Temporal Approach,
WMRA(86), pp. 157-165. BibRef

Aloimonos, J.(Y., Rigoutsos, I.,
Determining The 3-D Motion Of A Rigid Planar Patch Without Correspondence, Under Perspective Projection,
WMRA(86), pp. 167-174. BibRef

Mitiche, A., Seida, S., Aggarwal, J.K.,
Line-Based Computation Of Structure And Motion Using Angular Invariance,
WMRA(86), pp. 175-180. BibRef

Westphal, H., Nagel, H.H.,
Toward The Derivation Of Three-Dimensional Descriptions From Image Sequences For Nonconvex Moving Objects,
CVGIP(34), 1986, pp. 302-320. BibRef

Haralick, R.M., Zhuang, X.,
A Note On ``Rigid Body Motion From Depth And Optical Flow'',
CVGIP(34), 1986, pp. 372-387. BibRef

Broida, T.J., Chellappa, R.,
Kinematics Of A Rigid Object From A Sequence Of Noisy Images: A Batch Approach,
CVPR(86), pp. 176-182. BibRef

Mutch, K.M., Heiny, L.C.,
Calculating Object Size From Stereoscopic Motion,
CVPR(86), pp. 183-187. BibRef

Jain, R., Bartlett, S.L., O'Brien, N.,
Motion Stereo Using Ego-Motion Complex Logarithmic Mapping,
CVPR(86), pp. 188-193. BibRef

Lin, Z.C., Huang, T.S., Blostein, S.D., Lee, H., Margerum, E.A.,
Motion Estimation From 3-D Point Sets With And Without Correspondences,
CVPR(86), pp. 194-201. BibRef

Shariat, H., Price, K.L.,
Motion Estimation: The Proper Formulation For When 3 Or 4 Frames Are Available,
CVPR(86), pp. 396-399. BibRef

Le Guilloux, Y.,
Structure From Motion, Acceleration And Taylor Series,
CVPR(86), pp. 400-402. BibRef

Chen, S.S., Penna, M.,
Recognizing Deformations Of Nonrigid Bodies,
CVPR(86), pp. 452-455. BibRef

Bandopadhay, A., Chandra, B., Ballard, D.H.,
Egomotion Using Active Vision,
CVPR(86), pp. 498-503. BibRef

Scott, G.L.,
Smoothing The Optic Flow Field Under Perspective Projection,
CVPR(86), pp. 504-509. BibRef

Aloimonos, J., Brown, C.M.,
Perception Of Structure From Motion: I: Optic Flow Vs. Discrete Displacements. Ii: Lower Bound Results.,
CVPR(86), pp. 510-517. BibRef

Aloimonos, J.(Y., Basu, A.,
Shape And 3-D Motion From Contour Without Point To Point Correspondences: General Principles,
CVPR(86), pp. 518-527. BibRef

Schunck, B.G.,
The Image Flow Constraint Equation,
CVGIP(35), 1986, pp. 20-46. BibRef

Waxman, A.M., Sinha, S.S.,
Dynamic Stereo: Passive Ranging To Moving Objects From Relative Image Flows,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 406-412. BibRef

Yasumoto, Y., Medioni, G.,
Robust Estimation Of Three-Dimensional Motion Parameters From A Sequence Of Image Frames Using Regularization,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 464-471. BibRef

Kanatani, K.,
Structure And Motion From Optical Flow Under Orthographic Projection,
CVGIP(35), 1986, pp. 181-199. BibRef

Heeger, D.J.,
Depth And Flow From Motion Energy,
AAAI(XX), 1986, pp. 657-663. BibRef

Wohn, K., Wu, J.,
3-D Motion Recovery From Time-Varying Optical Flows,
AAAI(XX), 1986, pp. 670-675. BibRef

Aloimonos, J.(Y., Rigoutsos, I.,
Determining The 3-D Motion Of A Rigid Surface Patch Without Correspondence Under Perspective Projection: I. Planar Surfaces. Ii. Curved Surfaces.,
AAAI(XX), 1986, pp. 681-688. BibRef

Maybank, S.J.,
Optical Flow And The Taylor Expansion,
PRL(4), 1986, pp. 243-246. BibRef

Radford, C.J.,
Optical Flow Fields In Hough Transform Space,
PRL(4), 1986, pp. 293-303. BibRef

Nagel, H.H., Enkelmann, W.,
An Investigation Of Smoothness Constraints For The Estimation Of Displacement Vector Fields From Image Sequences,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 565-593. BibRef

Faugeras, O.D., Lustman, F.,
Identifying Planes For The Construction Of The World Model Of A Mobile Robot,
ICPR(86), pp. 162-164. BibRef

Tsukiyama, T., Huang, T.S.,
Motion Stereo For Navigation Of Autonomous Vehicles In Man-Made Environments,
ICPR(86), pp. 165-168. BibRef

Lin, Z.C., Lee, H., Huang, T.S.,
Finding 3-D Point Correspondences In Motion Estimation,
ICPR(86), pp. 303-305. BibRef

Liu, Y., Huang, T.S.,
Estimation Of Rigid Body Motion Using Straight Line Correspondences: Further Results,
ICPR(86), pp. 306-309. BibRef

Lee, C.H.,
Structure Of A Rigid Smooth Space Curve,
ICPR(86), pp. 310-312. BibRef

Costabile, M.F., Pieroni, G.G.,
Detecting Shape Correspondences By Using The Generalized Hough Transform,
ICPR(86), pp. 589-591. BibRef

Bouthemy, P.,
A Method Of Integrating Motion Information Along Contours Including Segmentation,
ICPR(86), pp. 651-653. BibRef

Werkhoven, P., Toet, A.,
The Estimation Of Displacement Vector Fields By Means Of Adaptive Affine Transformations,
ICPR(86), pp. 798-800. BibRef

Zimmermann, G., Kories, R.,
Image Sequence Processing As An Aid For Three-Dimensional Display,
ICPR(86), pp. 821-824. BibRef

Pieroni, G.G.,
Analyzing The Movement Of A Wave Field By Computer,
ICPR(86), pp. 903-906. BibRef

Samy, R.A., Bozzo, C.A.,
Matching Images Uisng Motion Features,
ICPR(86), pp. 978-980. BibRef

Pan, F., Gu, W.K., Jing, R.J.,
A Back Tracking Algorithm For Matching Two Line Drawings Of A 3-D Moving Object,
ICPR(86), pp. 1096-1098. BibRef

Diehl, N., Burkhardt, H.,
Planar Motion Estimation With A Fast Converging Algorithm,
ICPR(86), pp. 1099-1102. BibRef

Tsuji, S., Yagi, Y., Asada, M.,
Finding Of Objects Moving In A Pathway By A Moving Observer,
ICPR(86), pp. 1103-1106. BibRef

Weng, J., Ahuja, N., Huang, T.S.,
Motion Modeling And Prediction,
ICPR(86), pp. 1107-1109. BibRef

Mitiche, A., Seida, S., Aggarwal, J.K.,
Interpretation Of Structure And Motion From Line Correspondences,
ICPR(86), pp. 1110-1112. BibRef

Nagel, H.H.,
Image Sequences-Ten (Octal) Years-From Phenomenology Towards A Theoretical Foundation,
ICPR(86), pp. 1174-1185. BibRef

Deguchi, K.,
Registration Techniques For Partially Covered Image Sequence,
ICPR(86), pp. 1186-1189. BibRef

Le Guilloux, Y.,
A Matching Algorithm For Horizontal Motion. Application To Tracking.,
ICPR(86), pp. 1190-1192. BibRef

Kories, R., Hecker, G., Zimmermann, G.,
On The Precision Of A Feature Based Displacement Measurement,
ICPR(86), pp. 1193-1196. BibRef

Dengler, J.,
Local Motion Estimation With The Dynamic Pyramid,
ICPR(86), pp. 1289-1292. BibRef

Waxman, A.M., Duncan, J.H.,
Binocular Image Flows: Steps Toward Stereo-Motion Fusion,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 715-729. BibRef

Mutch, K.M.,
Determining Object Translation Information Using Stereoscopic Motion,
T-PAMI(8), 1986, pp. 750-755. BibRef

Tan, C.L., Martin, W.N.,
A Distributed System For Analyzing Time-Varying Multiresolution Imagery,
CVGIP(36), 1986, pp. 162-174. BibRef

Chen, S.S., Penna, M.,
Shape And Motion Of Nonrigid Bodies,
CVGIP(36), 1986, pp. 175-207. BibRef

Subbarao, M., Waxman, A.M.,
Closed Form Solutions To Image Flow Equations For Planar Surfaces In Motion,
CVGIP(36), 1986, pp. 208-228. BibRef

Potter, J.L.,
Disparity Based Scene Analysis,
CASDD(86), pp. 203-221. BibRef

Maciejewski, A.A., Klein, C.A.,
Sam-Animation Software For Simulating Articulated Motion,
C&G(9), 1985, pp. 383-391. BibRef

Kabuka, M.R., McVey, E.S.,
Input-Output Characteristics For Imaged Transducers,
J-RA(2), 1986, pp. 106-110. BibRef

Proceedings-Workshop On Motion: Representation And Analysis (Charleston, Sc, May 7-9,
1986), IEEE Publ. 86CH2322-6.

Second International Workshop On Time-Varying Image Processing And Moving Object Recognition (Florence, Italy,
SEPTEMBER 8-9, 1986).

Badler, N.I., Tsotsos, J.K.,
Motion: Representation And Perception (Toronto, Canada, April 4-6, 1983), North-Holland,
AMSTERDAM, 1986. BibRef

Cutting, J.E.,
Perception With An Eye For Motion, Mit Press, Cambridge,
MA(86), pp. 1986. BibRef

Chapter on Rosenfeld Bibliography for 1986 continues in
H. Shape and Pattern .

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