*Vieville, T.[Thierry]*
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* email: Vieville, T.[Thierry]: vthierry AT sophia inria fr

* Action Recognition Using a Bio-Inspired Feedforward Spiking Network

* Autocalibration of Visual Sensor Parameters on a Robotic Head

* Biologically plausible regularization mechanisms

* Canonic Representations for the Geometries of Multiple Projective Views

* Canonical Representations for the Geometries of Multiple Projective Views

* Computation of Ego Motion Using the Vertical Cue

* Computation of Ego-Motion and Structure from Visual an Inertial Sensor Using the Vertical Cue

* Computing Motion and Structure in Image Sequences without Calibration

* Could early visual processes be sufficient to label motions?

* Dynamic Foveal 3D Sensing Using Affine Models

* Estimation of 3D-Motion and Structure from Tracking 2D-Lines in a Sequence of Images

* Experimental self-calibration from four views

* Experimenting 3d Vision On A Robotic Head

* Feed-Forward Recovery of Motion and Structure from a Series of 2D-Lines Matches

* First-Order Expansion of Motion Equations in the Uncalibrated Case, The

* Implementing a Multi-Model Estimation Method

* Inverse EEG and MEG Problems: The Adjoint State Approach I: The Continuous Case, The

* Motion Analysis with a Camera with Unknown, and Possibly Varying Intrinsic Parameters

* Motion Of Points And Lines In The Uncalibrated Case

* Real-Time Gaze Control

* Recovering Motion and Structure from a Set of Planar Patches in an Uncalibrated Image Sequence

* Robust and Fast Computation of Edge Characteristics in Image Sequences

* Robust and fast computation of unbiased intensity derivatives in images

* Segment-Based Detection of Moving Objects in a Sequence of Images

* Self-Calibration from Four Views with Possibly Varying Intrinsic Parameters

* unbiased implementation of regularization mechanisms, An

* use of super-resolution techniques to reduce slice thickness in functional MRI, The

* Using Collineations to Compute Motion and Structure in an Uncalibrated Image Sequence

* Using Singular Displacements for Uncalibrated Monocular Visual Systems

* Using Specific Displacements to Analyze Motion without Calibration

* Zooming on Planar Structures

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