*Giblin, P.J.[Peter J.]*
**Co Author Listing** * email: Giblin, P.J.[Peter J.]: pjgiblin AT liv ac uk

* Affine Invariant Medial Axis and Skew Symmetry

* Alternative 2D Shape Representations using the Symmetry Set

* Area-Based Medial Axis of Planar Curves

* Beyond the Hough Transform: Further Properties of the R-Theta Mapping and Their Applications

* Camera Pose Estimation Using First-Order Curve Differential Geometry

* Class Based Reconstruction Techniques using Singular Apparent Contours

* Consistency Conditions on the Medial Axis

* Convex Hulls, Occluding Contours, Aspect Graphs and the Hough Transform

* Epipolar Curves on Surfaces

* Epipolar Fields on Surfaces

* Following Cusps

* Formal Classification of 3D Medial Axis Points and their Local Geometry, A

* From a 2D Shape to a String Structure Using the Symmetry Set

* Generalised Epipolar Constraints

* Geometry of Isophote Curves

* Information Available to a Moving Observer from Specularities, The

* Local Image Features Resulting from 3-Dimensional Geometric Features, Illumination, and Movement: I

* Local Image Features Resulting From 3-Dimensional Geometric Features, Illumination, And Movement: II

* Matching 2D Shapes using their Symmetry Sets

* Motion from the Frontier of Curved Surfaces

* Noise-Resistant Affine Skeletons of Planar Curves

* On the computation of the affine skeletons of planar curves and the detection of skew symmetry

* On the Geometry of a Surface and Its Singular Profiles

* On the Intrinsic Reconstruction of Shape from its Symmetries

* On the Local Form and Transitions of Symmetry Sets, Medial Axes, and Shocks

* Parabolic Curves of Evolving Surfaces

* Reconstructions of Surfaces from Profiles

* Ridges, Crests and Sub-Parabolic Lines of Evolving Surfaces

* Skeletonization Using an Extended Euclidean Distance Transform

* Surface Geometry from Cusps of Apparent Contours

* Towards surface regularization via medial axis transitions

* Transitions of the 3D Medial Axis under a One-Parameter Family of Deformations

* Trifocal Relative Pose From Lines at Points

* TRPLP: Trifocal Relative Pose From Lines at Points

* Visual Motion of Curves and Surfaces

Includes: Giblin, P.J.[Peter J.] Giblin, P.J.

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*Giblin, S.*
**Co Author Listing** * Accuracy of a Low-Cost Novel Computer-Vision Dynamic Movement Assessment: Potential Limitations and Future Directions

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