15.1.6 Active Vision: Gaze Control

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Tracking. Active Vision, Gaze. Gaze Control. See also General Stereo Discussion: Human and Computer. See also Eye Tracking, Pupil Tracking.

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And:
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Francisco, A., Uhlin, T., and Eklundh, J.O.,
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Brunnström, K., Eklundh, J.O., and Uhlin, T.[Tomas],
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Brunnström, K., Lindeberg, T., and Eklundh, J.O.,
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Brunnström, K.[Kjell], Eklundh, J.O.[Jan-Olof],
Active Fixation for Junction Classification,
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Brunnström, K.,
Active Exploration of Static Scenes,
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Pahlavan, K., Uhlin, T., and Eklundh, J.O.,
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And:
Dynamic Fixation,
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Christensen, H.I.,
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Earlier:
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Brown, C.M.[Christopher M.],
Gaze Controls Cooperating Through Prediction,
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Brown, C.M.[Christopher M.],
Gaze Controls with Interactions and Delays,
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Earlier: DARPA89(200-218). BibRef

Brown, C.M.,
Kinematic and 3D Motion Prediction for Gaze Control,
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Fermüller, C., and Aloimonos, Y.,
The Role of Fixation in Visual-Motion Analysis,
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Fermüller, C.,
Passive Navigation as a Pattern-Recognition Problem,
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Fermüller, C., Cheong, L.F.[Loong Fah], Aloimonos, Y.,
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Cheong, L.F.[Loong Fah], Fermüller, C., Aloimonos, Y.,
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ECCV96(I:671-684).
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Fermüller, C., Aloimonos, Y.,
Perceptual Computational Advantages of Tracking,
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Fermüller, C.[Cornelia],
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Fermüller, C.[Cornelia], and Aloimonos, Y.[Yiannis],
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Fermüller, C., Aloimonos, Y.,
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Bradshaw, K.J.[Kevin J.], McLauchlan, P.F.[Philip F.], Reid, I.D.[Ian D.], Murray, D.W.[David W.],
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Elsevier DOI
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See also Modular Head/Eye Platform for Real-Time Reactive Vision, A. See also Driving Saccade to Pursuit Using Image Motion. BibRef

McLauchlan, P.F., Reid, I.D., Murray, D.W.,
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Krotkov, E.P.,
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Exploratory Visual Sensing for Determining Spatial Layout with an Agile Stereo Camera System,
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Yuille, A.L., and Geiger, D.,
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And: A2, A1:
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Marapane, S.B., Trivedi, M.M.,
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Theimer, W.M.[Wolfgang M.], Mallot, H.A.[Hanspeter A.],
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Murray, D.W., Basu, A.,
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Reid, I.D., and Murray, D.W.,
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Hayman, E.[Eric], Thórhallsson, T.[Torfi], Murray, D.W.[David W.],
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Hayman, E., Reid, I.D., and Murray, D.W.,
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Hayman, E.[Eric],
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Hayman, E., Murray, D.W.,
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PAMI(25), No. 8, August 2003, pp. 1015-1020.
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E.g. cameras mounted on pan/tilt heads do not translate. But the rotation center is not the optic center. Show that the approximation of rotation is sufficient in many cases. BibRef

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