*CACM( Vol No. )*
* ***Communications of the ACM**

*CACM(10)*
* Computer Representation of Planar Regions by Their Skeletons

* On Computing the Fast Fourier Transform

*CACM(11)*
* Algol Procedure for the Fast Fourier Transform with Arbitrary Factors, Algorithm 339, An

* Algol Procedures for the Fast Fourier Transform, Algorithm 338

*CACM(12)*
* Automated Contour Map, The

* Comments on a Line Thinning Scheme

* Concepts of Use in Contour Map Processing

*CACM(13)*
* Further Comments on a Line Thinning Scheme

* Note on Minimal Length Polygonal Approximations to a Digitized Contour, A

* Representations for Space Planning

*CACM(14)*
* Applications of Game Tree Searching Techniques to Sequential Pattern Recognition

* On the Optimal Detection of Curves in Noisy Pictures

* Put-That-There: Voice and gesture at the graphics interface

* Reconstruction of Pictures from their Projections

*CACM(15)*
* Experimental Laboratory for Pattern Recognition and Signal Processing, An

* New Approach to Automatic Scanning of Contour Maps, A

* On Shrinking Binary Pictures

* Thinning Algorithms on Rectangular, Hexagonal, and Triangular Arrays

* Use of the Hough Transform to Detect Lines and Curves in Pictures

*CACM(16)*
* Algorithm 457: Finding All Cliques in an Undirected Graph (H)

* Region Coloring Technique for Scene Analysis, A

* Representation of Contours and Regions for Efficient Computer Search

*CACM(17)*
* Cell Organized Raster Display for Line Drawings, A

* Scan Conversion Algorithms for a Cell Organized Raster Display

*CACM(18)*
* Determining the Minimum-Area Encasing Rectangle for an Arbitrary Curve

* Efficient String Matching: An Aid to Bibliographic Search

* Finding Circles by an Array of Accumulators

* Linear Space Algorithm for Computing Maximal Common Subsequences, A

* Multidimensional Binary Search Trees Used for Associative Searching

* Syntactic Algorithm for Peak Detection in Waveforms with Applications to Cardiography, A

*CACM(19)*
* Application of Heuristic Search Methods to Edge and Contour Detection, An

* Hierarchical Geometric Models for Visible Surface Algorithms

*CACM(20)*
* Convex Hulls of Finite Sets of Points in Two and Three Dimensions

* Editing of Picture Segmentations Using Local Analysis of Graphs, The

* Equivalence of Hough Curve Detection to Template Matching

* Fast String Searching Algorithm, A

* Optimal Surface Reconstructions from Planar Contours

* Representation of Many-Sided Polygons and Polygonal Lines for Rapid Processing

*CACM(21)*
* Some New Methods of Detecting Step Edges in Digital Pictures

* Synthesizing Constraint Expressions

* Using Synthetic Images to Register Real Surfaces with Surface Models

*CACM(22)*
* Approximation of polygonal maps by cellular maps

* Breaking Substitution Ciphers Using a Relaxation Algorithm

* Computing Connected Components on Parallel Computers

* Cyclic Order Property of Vertices as an Aid in Scene Analysis, The

* Detection of Three-Dimensional patterns of Atoms in chemical Structures

* Interference Detection among Solids and Surfaces

* On Improving the Worst Case Running Time of the Boyer-Moore String Matching Algorithm

* Optimal Real-Time Algorithm for Planar Convex Hulls, An

8 for CACM(22)

*CACM(23)*
* Deletion in Two-Dimensional Quad Trees

* Learning and Reasoning by Analogy

* Region Representation: Boundary Codes from Quadtrees

* Region Representation: Quadtrees from Boundary Codes

*CACM(24)*
* On-Line Algorithm for Fitting Straight Lines Between Data Ranges, An

* Random Sample Consensus: A Paradigm for Model Fitting with Applications to Image Analysis and Automated Cartography

* Strip Trees: A Hierarchical Representation for Curves

*CACM(25)*
* Algorithms for Computing the Volume and Other Integral Properties of Solids

* Approximation Algorithms for Convex Hulls

* Comment on Computer Rendering of Stochastic Models

* Computer Rendering of Stochastic Models

* Effective Way to Represent Quadtrees, An

* Strip Trees: A Hierarchical Representation for Curves

*CACM(26)*
* Hierarchical Data Structure for Multidimensional Digital Images, A

* Maintaining Knowledge About Time Temporal Intervals

* Quadtree Medial Axis Transform, A

*CACM(27)*
* Comment on Quad- and Octtrees

* Efficient Nesting Of Congruent Convex Figures

* Fast Parallel Algorithm for Thinning Digital Patterns, A

* Quadtree Medial Axis Transform, A

* Virtual Memory System for Picture Processing, A

* Weighted Median Filter, The

*CACM(28)*
* Data Compression Using Static Huffman Code-Decode Tables

* Data Structures for Quadtree Approximation and Compression

* P(2) Algorithm for Dynamic Calculation of Quantiles and Histograms without Storing Observations, The

*CACM(29)*
* Comment on A Fast Parallel Algorithm for Thinning Digital Patterns, A

* Locally Adaptive Data Compression Scheme, A

* Planar Point Location Using Persistent Search Trees

* TID: A Translation Invariant Data Structure for Storing Images

*CACM(30)*
* Adjacency Detection Using Quadcodes

* Arithmetic coding for data compression

* Computing Multi-Colored Polygonal Masks in Pipeline Architectures and Its Application to Automated Visual Inspection

* Improved Parallel Thinning Algorithm, An

* Quadcode and Its Arithmetic, The

* Systolic Algorithms to Examine All Pairs of Elements

*CACM(31)*
* Computing with Structured Connectionist Networks

* Connectionist Expert Systems

* Equivalence of the Subregion Representation and the Wall Representation for a Certain Class of Rectangular Dissections, The

* Thinning Algorithm by Contour Generation, A

*CACM(32)*
* Fast Parallel Thinning Algorithms: Parallel Speed and Connectivity Preservation

* Parallel Thinning with Two-Subiteration Algorithms

* Technique for Two-Dimensional Pattern Matching, A

*CACM(33)*
* Very Fast Substring Search Algorithm, A

*CACM(34)*
* JPEG Still Picture Compression Standard, The

* MPEG: A Video Compression Standard for Multimedia Applications

* NeXTstep: Putting JPEG to Multiple Uses

* Overview of the pX64 kbit/s Video Coding Standard

*CACM(35)*
* Dimensioning Analysis, Toward Automatic Understanding of Engineering Drawings

*CACM(36)*
* Charade: Remote Control of Objects Using Free-Hand Gestures

*CACM(37)*
* Computer Vision Applications

* New Technologies and Applications in Robotics

*CACM(39)*
* Rapid Design and Prototyping of Customized Rehabilitation Aids

*CACM(4)*
* On the Approximation of Curves by Line Segments Using Dynamic Programming

*CACM(40)*
* In Search of Information in Visual Media

* Managing Multimedia: Information In Database Systems

* Retrieving and Visualizing Video

* Video Abstracting

* Visual Information Management

* Visual Information Retrieval

* Visual Information Retrieval from Large Distributed Online Repositories

7 for CACM(40)

*CACM(41)*
* Digital Watermarking Introduction

* How Watermarking Adds Value to Digital Content

* In Business Today and Tomorrow

* Opportunities for Watermarking Standards

* Protecting Digital Media Content

* Technical Trials and Legal Tribulations

*CACM(42)*
* framework for realistic image synthesis, A

* Sampling, synthesis, and input devices

*CACM(43)*
* Affective Perception

* Complementary video and audio analysis for broadcast news archives

* KidsRoom, The

* Look Ma, No Mouse!: Simplifying Human-Computer Interaction by Using Hand Gestures

* Machine learning of event segmentation for news on demand

* MAESTRO: Conductor of Multimedia Analysis Technologies

* Perceptual Intelligence

* Things That See

* Transcribing broadcast news for audio and video indexing

9 for CACM(43)

*CACM(5)*
* Algorithm 112: Position of point relative to polygon

* Certification of Algorithm 112: Position of point relative to polygon

*CACM(51)*
* Scene Completion using Millions of Photographs

*CACM(52)*
* Face recognition breakthrough

*CACM(53)*
* Eyes Have It, The

* Faster Dimension Reduction

* Future of Digital Imaging, The

* Looking Beyond Stereoscopic 3D's Revival

* Making Sense of Real-Time Behavior

* Not Seeing the Crime for the Cameras?

* Toward Robotic Cars

7 for CACM(53)

*CACM(54)*
* 10 Scientific Problems in Virtual Reality

* Automotive Autonomy

* Building Rome in a Day

* I, Domestic Robot

* Improving Brain-Computer Interfaces

* PatchMatch Randomized Matching Algorithm for Image Manipulation, The

* Seeing is Not Enough

* Self-Similarity-based Image Denoising

* Sorting Through Photos

* Technical Perspective: Images Everywhere Looking for Models

* Technical Perspective: Visual Reconstruction

* Vision-Based Hand-Gesture Applications

* Visual Crowd Surveillance Through a Hydrodynamics Lens

13 for CACM(54)

*CACM(55)*
* Computer) Vision Without Sight

* DARPA Shredder Challenge Solved

* Frankencamera: An Experimental Platform for Computational Photography, The

* Interactive Dynamics for Visual Analysis

* Modeling People and Places with Internet Photo Collections

* Questioning Naturalism in 3D User Interfaces

* Real-Time Computer Vision with OpenCV

* Smarter Photography

* Talking to Machines

* Technical Perspective: Where Do People Draw Lines?

* Where Do People Draw Lines?

* Word-Gesture Keyboard: Reimagining Keyboard Interaction, The

12 for CACM(55)

*CACM(56)*
* Adaptation of Audiovisual Contents and Their Delivery Means

* Bounded Biharmonic Weights for Real-Time Deformation

* Collaboration With a Robotic Scrub Nurse

* Diffusion Curves: A Vector Representation for Smooth-Shaded Images

* Discriminative Learning with Latent Variables for Cluttered Indoor Scene Understanding

* Illustrating How Mechanical Assemblies Work

* More than a Mouse

* Real-Time Human Pose Recognition in Parts from Single Depth Images

* Security and Privacy for Augmented Reality Systems

* Seeing the Big Picture

* Technical Perspective: Progress in Visual Categorization

* Technical Perspective: Understanding Pictures of Rooms

* Technical Perspective: Video Quality Assessment in the Age of Internet Video

* Trends in Steganography

* Understanding the Impact of Video Quality on User Engagement

* Visual Object Detection with Deformable Part Models

16 for CACM(56)

*CACM(57)*
* Computational Photography Comes into Focus

* Historical Perspective of Speech Recognition, A

*CACM(9)*
* BUGSYS: A Programming System for Picture Processing -- Not for Debugging

* Syntax-Directed Interpretation of Classes of Pictures

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