*9100*
* ***Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 3**

* ***Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision**

* ***CVGIP: Graphical Models and Image Processing**

* ***CVGIP: Image Understanding**

* ***From Pixels to Features, II**

* 3-D Camera Calibration Using Vanishing Point Concept

* 3-D Curve Matching Using Splines

* 3-D Object Recognition from Single Perspective Views

* 3-D Pose Estimation by an Improved Kohonen-Net

* 3-D Structure Inference from Image Sequences

* 3D Medial Surfaces and 3D Skeletons

* 3D Model Recognition from Stereoscopic Cues

* 3D Object Recognition by Integration of Associative and Symbolic Techniques

* 3D Structure Extraction Coding of Image Sequences

* 3D Structure Reconstruction from an Ego Motion Sequence Using Statistical Estimation and Detection Theory

* Active Camera Controlling for Manipulation

* Active Exploration of Robotic Workcell

* Adaptive Contrast Enhancement and De-Enhancement

* Adaptive Estimation of Hysteresis Thresholds

* Adaptive Multi-Scale Approach for Estimating Optical Flow: Computational Theory and Physiological Implementation, An

* Advances in Fingerprint Technology

* Affine Structure from Motion

* Algebraic Feature Extraction of Image for Recognition

* Algebraic Method for Processing Colored Images, An

* Algebraic-Analytic Method for Reconstruction from Image Correspondences, An

* Algorithm for Associating the Features of Two Images, An

* Algorithm for Real-Time Tracking of Non-Rigid Objects, An

* Algorithmic Characterization of Vehicle Trajectories from Image Sequences by Motion Verbs

* Algorithmic Comparison Between Square- and Hexagonal-Based Grids, An

* Analog Computation Structure for Surface Reconstruction

* Analysis of Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders under Perspective Projection

* Analysis of the Properties of Median and Weighted Median Filters Using Threshold Logic and Stack Filter Representation

* Analysis of Video Image Sequences Using Point and Line Correspondences

* Application of a Hybrid Tracking Algorithm to Motion Analysis, The

* Application of Computer Vision to the Removal of Tie-Wires in a Live-Line Maintenance Robotics Manipulation, The

* Application of the Hausdorff Metric in Gray-Scale Mathematical Morphology via Truncated Umbrae

* Applications of Splines to Shape Description

* Approximate Spatial Reasoning: Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Constraints

* Architectural Requirements of Image Understanding with Respect to Parallel Processing

* Articulated Object Recognition, or: How to Generalize the Generalized Hough Transform

* Artificial Vision for Mobile Robots: Stereo Vision and Multisensory Perception

* Automatic Camera and Light-Source Placement Using CAD Models

* Automatic Generation of Object Class Descriptions Using Symbolic Learning Techniques

* Automatic Navigation System for Vision Guided Vehicles Using a Double Heuristic and a Finite State Machine, An

* Automatic Registration of Color Separation Films

* Autonomous Robot Calibration for Hand-Eye Coordination

* Belief Network for the Recognition of 3D Geometric Primitives, A

* Binary Space Partitioning Tree Representation of Images

* BLANCHE: An Experiment in Guidance and Navigation of an Autonomous Robot Vehicle

* Block coding for television at 34 Mbit/s

* CAD-Based Feature Utility Measures for Automatic Vision Programming

* Camera Calibration Including Lens Distortion

* Camera Models Determination Using Multiple Frames

* Camera Stability Problem and Dynamic Stereo Vision, The

* CBCV: A CAD-Based Computer Vision System

* CIPLAN: A Model-Based System with Original Features for Understanding French Plats

* Circle-Detection Algorithm Simulating Wave Propagation, A

* Circular Shape Detection in Remote Sensing Multispectral Images

* Classification of Facial Features for Recognition

* Classifying Character Shapes

* Cognitive Model Of Figure Segregation, A

* Combining Stereo and Monocular Information to Compute Dense Depth Maps That Preserve Depth Discontinuities

* Comments on Grey-Level Thresholding of Images Using a Correlation Criterion

* Comparison Between Fourier-Mellin Descriptors and Moment Based Features for Invariant Object Recognition Using Neural Networks, A

* Comparison of Algorithms for Standard Median Filtering

* Comparison of Splitting Methods for the Identification of Corner-Points, A

* Computational Methods for Task-Directed Sensor Data Fusion and Planning

* Computational Models of Visual Processing

* Computer Vision for Robust 3D Aircraft Recognition with Fast Library Search

* Computer Vision: Past, Present, and Future

* Computer-Aided Performance Evaluation System for the On-Board Data Compression System in HIRIS

* Computing A Shape's Moments from Its Boundary

* Computing Some Distance Functions Between Polygons

* Connected Component Labeling With Linear Octree

* Constrained Nets for Graph matching and Other Quadratic Assignment Problems

* Constrained Viewpoint from Occluding Contour

* Constraint Networks in Vision

* Constraint Propagation Neural Networks for Huffman-Clowes Scene Labeling

* Context-Constrained Matching of Hierarchical CAD-Based Models for Outdoor Scene Interpretation

* Contour Detection by Using Information Theory of Deterministic Functions

* Contour Estimation Using Global Shape Constraints and Local Forces

* Contour-Based Image Coding Technique with its Texture Information Reconstructed by Polyline Representation, A

* Contour-Oriented Approach to Shape Analysis, A

* Contour-Oriented Approach to Shape Analysis, A

* Correctness and Efficiency of Pattern Matching Algorithms

* Counting Minimal Paths in Digital Geometry

* Curve-Based Stereo: Figural Continuity and Curvature

* Data Structures for Image Processing in C

* Deformable Templates for Face Recognition

* Deformable Templates, Robust Statistics, and Hough Transforms

* Depth Data Segmentation Using Robust Estimation in a Hierarchical Data Structure

* Design of a Neural Network Character Recognizer for a Touch Terminal

* Design of the IMAGINE II Scene Analysis Program, The

* Detecting Clouds and Cloud Shadows on Aerial Photographs

* Detecting Digital Straight Line Segments in O(n^2 )

* Detecting Small, Moving Objects in Image Sequences Using Sequential Hypothesis Testing

* Detection of Generalized Principal Axes in Rotationally Symmetric Shapes

* Determination of Robot Locations by Common Object Shapes

* Determining a Maximum Value Yield of a Log Using an Optical Log Scanner

* Determining Camera Parameters from the Perspective Projection of a Quadrilateral

* Determining Perceptually Significant Points on Noisy Boundary Curves

* Determining Robot Egomotion from Motion Parallax Observed by an Active Camera

* Determining Straight Line Correspondences from Intensity Images

* Differential Invariants of Planar Curves and Recognizing Partially Occluded Shapes

* Differential Properties from Adaptive Thin-Plate Splines

* Digital Coding Techniques for Visual Communications

* Digital Image Processing (Second Edition)

* Digital Image Restoration (Book)

* Digital or Analog Hough Transform

* Direct Computation of Height from Shading, The

* Direct Computation of the Focus of Expansion from Velocity Field Measurements

* Direct Detection of Flow Discontinuities by 3D Curvature Operators

* Direct Estimation of Time-to-Impact from Optical Flow

* Direct Multi-Resolution Estimation of Ego-Motion and Structure from Motion

* Discontinuity Detection and Thresholding: A Stocastic Approach

* Distance Transformation and Skeleton for Shape Feature Analysis

* Distortion-Correction Scheme for Industrial Machine-Vision Applications, A

* Dynamic Edge Warping: An Experimental System for Recovering Disparity Maps in Weakly Constrained Systems

* Dynamic End-to-End Model Testbed for IR Detection Algorithms

* Dynamic Motion Planning of Autonomous Vehicles

* dynamic shape preserving thinning algorithms, A

* Dynamic Stereo in Visual Navigation

* Dynamic System for Object Description and Correspondence, A

* Dynamic Vision for Locomotion Control: An Evolutionary Path to Less-artificial Intelligence

* Edge Detection in Multispectral Images

* Edge Extraction by Active Defocusing

* Edge Preserving Filtering by Combining Nonlinear Mean and Median Filters

* Edge-Based Description of Color Images, An

* Edge-Preserving Artifact-Free Smoothing with Image Pyramids

* Effectiveness of Task-Level Parallelism for High-Level Vision, The

* Efficient Serial and Parallel Algorithms for Median Filtering

* Efficient Training of Artificial Neural Networks for Autonomous Navigation

* Efficient Visual Representation and Reconstruction from Generalized Curvature Measures

* Efficiently Using Invariant Theory for Model-Based Matching

* Egomotion from Global Flow Field Data

* Eigenfaces for Recognition

* Elastic, Maximal Matching

* Elliptic Fit of Objects in Two and Three Dimensions by Moment of Inertia Optimization

* Employing Sensor Repositioning to Refine Spatial Reasoning in an Industrial Robotic Environment

* Energy Functions for Regularization Algorithms

* Entropy Scale-Space

* Estimating Curvature by Kalman Filters

* Estimating Three-Dimensional Vehicle Motion in an Outdoor Scene from Monocular and Stereo Image Sequences

* Estimation of Discontinuous Displacement Vector Fields with the Minimum Description Length Criterion

* Estimation of Motion and Structure of Planar Surfaces from a Sequence of Monocular Images

* Estimation of Velocity, Acceleration and Disparity in Time Sequences

* Evaluation of Image Tracker Algorithms

* Exact Euclidean Distance Function by Chain Propagation

* Example of Learning in Knowledge-directed Vision, An

* Experimental Comparison of Optical Binary Phase-Only Filter and High-Pass Matched Filter Correlation

* Experimental Environment for Model Based Document Analysis, An

* Extraction of Accurate Stomach Contour from X-Ray Image of Barium-Filled Stomachs and Its Application to Detect Potential Abnormalities

* Extraction of Stomach Contours from Double Contrast Radiographs Using Predicted Shapes Derived from Barium-Filled Stomach Radiographs

* Extraction of Straight Line Segments Using Rotation Transformation: Generalized Hough Transformation

* Extraction of Surface Orientation Using Gray Level Difference Statistics

* Fast Adaptive Method for Binarization of Document Images, A

* Fast Affine Point Matching: An Output-Sensitive Method

* Fast Algorithm for Encoding the Image Structure by Edge Directions, A

* Fast Boundary Extraction for Industrial Inspection

* Fast Computation of Moment Invariants

* Fast Subspace Methods for Recovering Rigid Motion, A

* Fast Thinning Algorithms for Large Binary Images

* Feature Extraction of the Euclidean Distance Transform

* Feature Matching in 360^o Waveforms for Robot Navigation

* Field Theory Approach for Determining Optical Flow

* Figure/Ground Separation Using Stochastic Pyramid Relinking

* Filling and Analysing Concavities of Digital Patterns Parallelwise

* Finding Junctions Using the Image Gradient

* Finding the kernel of planar shapes

* Finding the Perspective Projection of an Axis of Revolution

* Fingerprint Image Post-Processing: A Combined Statistical and Structural Approach

* Fish Quality Control by Computer Vision

* Flexible Matching for Noisy Structural Descriptions

* Fold Principal Axis: A New Tool for Defining the Orientations of Rotationally Symmetric Shapes

* Forming a Three Dimensional Environment Model Using Multiple Observations

* Forms Structure Form at Ever Higher and Lower Levels

* Frame-Based System for Macro-Typographical Structure Analysis in Scientific Papers

* Fundamentals of Texture Flow Equations in Vision Calculus

* Fuzzy Algorithms to Find Linear and Planar Clusters and Their Application

* Fuzzy Convex Hull Determination in 2-D Space

* Fuzzy Medial Axis Transformation Based on Fuzzy Disks, A

* Generalizing the Aspect Graph Concept to Include Articulated Assemblies

* Generalizing the Generalized Hough Transform

* Generating Contrast Curves for Texture Regularity Analysis

* Geometric Reasoning in a Parallel Network

* Geometric Uncertainties in Polyhedral Object Recognition

* Getting Around the Aperture Problem Using Point and Line Correspondences

* Glossary Of Computer Vision Terms

* Graph Canonization Method For Pattern Recognition, A

* Graph Matching Approach to 3-D Point Correspondences, A

* Grapheme-Based Segmentation Technique for Cursive Script Recognition, A

* Gripping Information for a Robot from Silhouettes

* Grouping Contours by Iterated Pairing Network

* Halftoning Without Dither or Edge Enhancement

* Handwritten Alphanumeric Character Recognition by the Neocognitron

* Handwritten Numerical Recognition Based on Multiple Algorithms

* Hierarchical Evidence Combining Edge Detection, A

* Hierarchical Local Symmetries

* High-Speed Range Estimation Based on Intensity Gradient Analysis

* Histogramic In-Motion Mapping for Mobile Robot Obstacle Avoidance

* How Accurately Can Direct Motion Vision Determine Depth

* Human Face Motion Analysis

* Hyperbf Networks For Real Object Recognition

* Hypothesis Management for Structured Document Recognition

* Iconic Representation of Visual Data and Models

* Identification of Human Faces Based on Isodensity Maps

* Identification of Interreflection in Color Images Using a Physics-Based Reflection Model

* Image Analysis by Morphological Automata

* Image Description of Dynamic Scenes

* Image interpolation based on variational principles

* Image Model, Poisson Distribution and Object Extraction

* Image Representation by Integrating Curvatures and Delaunay Triangulations

* Image Segmentation by Succesive Background Extraction

* Image-Flow Computation: An Estimation-Theoretic Framework, Unification and Integration

* Images, Objects, and Surfaces in Z[N]

* Implementation and Evaluation of Hough Transform Algorithms on a Shared-Memory Multiprocessor

* Improving Edge Measurement on Noisy Images by Hierarchical Neural Networks

* Improving Resolution by Image Registration

* Improving the Translation Parameter Estimation of Linear Algorithms

* Inferring Convex Parts from Slice Data

* Influence of Speckle on Laser Range Finders

* Integrated Vision System for Object Identification and Localization Using 3-D Geometrical Models

* Integrated Visual Language and Software Development Environment, An

* Integration and Interpretation of Incomplete Stereo Scene Data

* Intelligent Image Processing in Prolog

* Interpretation Qualitative Du Mouvement a Partir d'une Sequence d'Images

* Interval-Based Geometric Reasoning in a Parallel Network

* Introductory Computer Vision And Image Processing

* Invariants and Pose Determination

* Isthmus Critical Points for Solving Jigsaw Puzzles in Computer Vision

* It Can Be Done Without Camera Calibration

* Kalman Filtering: With Real-Time Applications

* Knowledge-Based Thinning Algorithm, A

* Label Inspection using the Hough Transform on Transputer Networks

* Layered Network for Correspondence of 3-D Objects, A

* Levels of Knowledge for Object Extraction

* Lie Group Theoretical Approach to the Invariance Problem in Feature Extraction and Object Recognition, A

* Line Detection Using an Optimal IIR Filter

* Line Labeling and Junction Labeling: A Coupled System for Image Interpretation

* Linear Algorithm for Computing the Phase Portraits of Oriented Textures, A

* Local Distances for Distance Transformations in Two and Three Dimensions

* Localized Measurement of Image Fractal Dimension Using Gabor Filters

* Log-Tracker: An Attribute-Based Approach to Tracking Human Body Motion

* Long-Range Spatiotemporal Motion Understanding Using Spatiotemporal Flow Curves

* Low-Level Grouping of Straight Line Segments

* Machine Recognition as representation and search: A Survey

* Machine Vision in the 1990s: Applications and How to Get There

* Machine Vision: Automated Visual Inspection and Robot Vision

* MAP Representations and Coding-Based Priors for Segmentation

* MAP: Multi-Angled Parallelism for Feature Extraction from Topographical Map

* Markov/Gibbs Image Modeling: Temperature and Texture

* Markov/Gibbs Texture Modeling: Aura Matrices and Temperature Effects

* Matching 3-D Smooth Surfaces with Their 2-D Projections Using 3-D Distance Maps

* Mathematical Theories of Shape: Do They Model Perception?

* Measurement of Non-Rigid Motion Using Contour Shape Descriptors

* Mechanisms for Isolating Component Patterns in the Sequential Analysis of Multiple Motion

* Medial Axis Representation and Encoding of Scanned Documents

* Minimal Match Graph and its Use to Speed Identification of Maximal Cliques, The

* Minimizing the Cost of Errors with a Markov Random Field

* Mobile Robot Location by Tracking Geometric Beacons

* Mobile Robot Navigation by an Active Control of the Vision System

* Mobile Robots

* Model Based Layout Understanding Method for the Document Recognition System, A

* Model Based Recognition Using Pruned Correspondence Search

* Model-Based Morphology: Simple and Complex Shapes

* Model-Based Object Recognition Using Probabilistic Logic and Maximum Entropy

* Model-based Tracking

* Model-Group Indexing for Recognition

* Modeling a Three-Dimensional Shape from a Silhouette by Detecting Symmetry

* Modeling and Animating Faces Using Scanned Data

* Modeling Generic Polyhedral Objects with Constraints

* Modeling Spaces for Toleranced Objects

* Modelling Solids of Revolution by Monocular Vision

* Modified Beta Density Function as a Model for Synthetic Aperature Radar Clutter Statistics, The

* Morphological Hit-or-Miss Transformation for Shape Recognition

* Morphological shape and region description

* Morphological transformations of binary images with arbitrary structuring elements

* Morphometric Tools for Landmark Data: Geometry and Biology

* Motion Analysis and Epicardial Deformation Estimation from Angiography Data

* Motion Analysis and Modeling of Epicardial Surfaces from Point and Line Correspondences

* Motion Analysis of a Homogeneously Deformable Object Using Subset Correspondences

* Motion Analysis of Multiple Moving Objects Using Hartley Transform

* Motion Analysis Using the Novelty Filter

* Motion and Structure from Long Stereo Image Sequences

* Motion and Structure in rigid Multi-Surfaced Stationary Environments Using Time-Varying Image Velocity: Linear Solutions

* Multi-Channel Filtering Approach to Texture Segmentation, A

* Multi-Dimensional Robust Edge Detection

* Multiscale Approach for Recognizing Complex Annotations in Engineering Documents, A

* Multiscale Texture Element Detection

* Multisensor Fusion Methodologies Compared

* Natural Object Recognition: A Theoretical Framework and Its Implementation

* Nearest Neighbor (NN) Norms: NN Pattern Classification Techniques

* neural Network Approach to Labelling of Line Drawings, A

* Neural Network Approach to the Labeling of Line Drawings, A

* Neural Network-Based On-Line Chinese Character Recognition System, A

* Neural networks for ATR parameters adaptation

* New Approach to Polygonal Approximation, A

* New Contour Generation Thinning Algorithm, A

* new image compression method using dynamic predictor based on current context, A

* New Method for Sensor Data Fusion in Machine Vision

* New Method of Analysis for Discrete Straight Lines, A

* New Miscibility Measure Explains the Behavior of Grayscale Texture Synthesized By Gibbs Random Fields

* Non-Linear Alignment of Neural Net Outputs for Partial Shape Classification

* Non-Parametric Dominant Point Detection

* Non-Rigid Motion and Structure from Contour

* Note on Efficient Parallel Algorithms for the Computation of Two-Dimensional Image Moments, A

* Note on Minimum Error Thresholding, A

* Note on the Orthonormal Discriminant Vector Method for Feature Extraction, A

* Object Detection Using Contrast Based Scale-Space

* Object Extraction from Laser Radar Imagery

* Object Recognition by a Hopfield Neural Network

* Object Recognition: A Survey of the Literature

* Object Structure and Action Requirements: A Compatibility Model for Functional Recognition

* Objective and Subjective Evaluation of Edge Detection Methods in Images, An

* Occlusions and Perspective in an Image Sequence

* On Detecting Dominant Points

* On modeling the focus blur in image restoration

* On Representation of a Shape's Skeleton

* On Similarity Between Finite Sets in Plane

* On Surface Orientation Detection in 3-D

* On the Analysis of Linear Textures

* On the Error Analysis of Geometric Hashing

* On the Morphological Representation of Binary Images in a Noisy Environment

* On the Recognition of Digital Planes in Three-Dimensional Space

* On the Structure of Aura and Co-Occurrence Matrices for the Gibbs Texture Model

* On The Use of Time Varying Shading and Surface Rim Irradiance

* On Unified Optical Flow Field

* On-Line Run-On Character Recognizer: Design and Performance

* Optical Character Recognition: A Survey

* Optimal Algorithm to Find the Degrees of Connectedness in an Undirected Edge-Weighted Graph, An

* Optimal Algorithms for Extracting Spatial Regularity in Images

* Optimal Contour Approximation by Deformable Piecewise Cubic Splines

* Optimal Matching of Planar Models in 3D Scenes

* Optimal Parallel Algorithms for Region Labeling and Medial Axis Transform of Binary Images

* Optimization Framework for Feature Extraction, An

* Orthogonal Zig-Zag: An Efficient Method for Extracting Straight Lines from Engineering Drawings

* Page Segmentation by White Streams

* Parallel (PRAM EREW) Algorithms for Contour-Based 2D Shape Recognition

* Parallel Algorithm for Decomposition of Binary Objects Through Skeletonization, A

* Parallel Algorithm for Detection of Linear Structures in Satellite Images, A

* Parallel Algorithm for Incremental Stereo Matching on SIMD Machines, A

* Parallel Algorithms for Testing if a Point is Inside a Closed Curve

* Parallel Architecture for Fast 3-D Machine Vision

* Parallel Calculation of 3-D Pose of a Known Object in a Single View

* Parallel Computable Contour Based Feature Strings for 2-D Shape Recognition

* Parallel Greytone Thinning Algorithm, A

* Parametric Analysis of Target/Decoy Performance

* Pattern Recognition With Moment Invariants: A Comparative Study and New Results

* Pel-Recursive Motion Field Estimation from Image Sequences

* Perception Multisensorielle et Interpretation de Scenes

* Performance Analysis of Total Least Squares Methods in Three-Dimensional Motion Estimation

* Physically Based and Probabilistic Models for Computer Vision

* Picture Algebra for Spatial Reasoning of Iconic Images Represented in 2D C-String

* Piecewise Linear Approximation Method Preserving Visual Feature Points of Original Figures, A

* Piecewise Surface Flattening for Non-Distorted Texture Mapping

* Pixel labelling for 3-D scenes based on Markov mesh models

* Plenoptic Function and the Elements of Early Vision, The

* Polygonal Shape Recognition Using String-Matching Techniques

* Polyhedral Object Recognition Using View Density

* Pose Clustering on Constraints for Object Recognition

* Pose Verification as an Optimal Assignment Problem

* Postal Check Reading System, A

* Practical Image Processing in C

* PREMIO: An Overview

* Primary Set of Characteristic Views for 3-D Objects

* Primitive-Based Shape Modeling and Recognition

* Probabilistic Hough Transform, A

* Probability Distributions of Optical Flow

* Processing Images of Faces

* Product Label Inspection Using Transputers

* Properties of Space-Time Sampling and the Extraction of the Optical Flow: The Effects of Motion Uncertainty, The

* Pseudo One Pass Thinning Algorithm

* Puzzle Grammars And Context-Free Array Grammars

* Pyramid Cluster Detection and Delineation by Consensus

* pyramid image coder using classified transform vector quantization, A

* Qualitative Motion Analysis Using a Spatio-Temporal Approach

* Qualitative Shape: Some Computational Aspects

* Quantitative Approach to Camera Fixation, A

* Quantitative Interpretation of Image Velocities in Real Time

* Range Image Analysis by Using Morphological Signal Decomposition

* Range imaging for autonomous navigation of robotic land vehicles

* Real-Time Generation of Environmental Map and Obstacle Avoidance Using Omnidirectional Image Sensor with Conic Mirror

* Real-time holography using the high-resolution LCTV-SLM

* Real-Time Vision Feedback for Servoing Robotic Manipulator with Self-Tuning Controller

* Realistic Image Synthesis of a Deformable Living Thing Based on Motion Understanding

* Realizing Active Vision by a Mobile Robot

* Reasoning Visually about Spatial Interactions

* Recognition and Localization of Objects with Curved Surfaces

* Recognition and Positioning of Partially Occluded 3-D Objects

* Recognition and Positioning of Rigid Objects Using Algebraic Moment Invariants

* Recognition and Semi-Differential Invariants

* Recognition of Cursive Script Words in a Small Lexicon

* Recognition of Distorted Patterns by Invariance Kernels

* Recognition of Facial Expression from Optical Flow

* Recognition of Handwritten Digits Using Template and Model Matching

* Recognition of Partially Occluded Objects Using B-Spline Representation

* Recognition with Second-Order Topographic Surface Features

* Recognizing and Locating a Known Object from Multiple Images

* Recognizing Human Eyes

* Reconstructing Partially Occluded Object Boundaries

* Recovery of 3D Motion of a Single Particle

* Recursive Estimation of Ego-Motion and Scene Structure from a Moving Platform

* Recursive Tracking of Image Points Using Labelled Graph Matching

* Region Based Stereo Matching Oriented Image Processing

* Relative 3-D-state Estimation for Autonomous Visual Guidance of Road Vehicles

* Relative Positioning from Geometric Invariants

* Relaxation Using Models from Quantum Mechanics

* Retraction Method for Learned Navigation in Unknown Terrains for a Circular Robot, A

* Retrieval of Similar Pictures on Pictorial Databases

* Reversible Skeletonization by (5,7,11)-Erosion

* Road Extraction from Multi-Temporal Satellite Images by an Evidential Reasoning Approach

* Robust Computation of Image-Motion and Scene Depth

* Robust Estimation of a Multi-Layered Motion Representation

* Robustness by Consensus

* Robustness of Structure from Binocular Known Motion

* Sampling and Reconstruction with Adaptive Meshes

* Scale- and Orientation-Invariant Generalized Hough Transform: A New Approach

* Scale-Space Features for Object Detection

* Screw Motion Approach to Uniqueness Analysis of Head-Eye Geometry, A

* Search and Replace of 2-D Objects in Digital Images

* Segmentation and Grouping of Object Boundaries Using Energy Minimization

* Segmentation of People in Motion

* Self-Organizing Multiple-View Representation of 3D objects, A

* Sensitivity Analysis for Matching and Pose Computation Using Dihedral Junctions

* Sensor-Driven Intelligent Robotics

* Separating Handwritten Text from Non-Textual Interference

* Sequences, Structure, and Active Vision

* Shading-Based Two-View Matching

* Shape Adaptation for Modelling of 3D Objects in Natural Scenes

* Shape Classification by Using Associative Memories

* Shape Decomposition Using Structured Light Vision

* Shape Description Using Geons as 3D Primitives

* Shape Detection with Limited Memory

* Shape from Occluding Contours: A Regularization Method

* Shape From Rotation

* Shape Recognition Scheme Based on Relative Distances of Feature Points from the Centroid, A

* Shape Recognition under Affine Distortions

* Shape Splitting from Medial Lines Using the 3-4 Chamfer Distance

* Simple and Fast Computation of Moments

* Simultaneous Estimation of 3D Shape and Motion of Objects by Computer Vision

* Singularity Detection and Processing with Wavelets

* Skeletonization of Arabic Characters Using Clustering Based Skeletonization Algorithm (CBSA)

* Some Results Concerning Connected Fuzzy Digital Pictures

* Some Shape Definitions in Fuzzy Geometry of Space

* Sources from Shading

* Spatial Distributions from Contour Lines: An Efficient Methodology Based on Distance Transformations

* Statistical Model for Signature Verification, A

* Stereopsis and Image Registration from Extended Edge Features in the Absence of Camera Pose Information

* Strategies of Robust Object Recognition for Automatic Identification of Human Faces

* Structural Image Restoration through Deformable Templates

* Structure and Motion from Uniform 3D Acceleration

* Structure and Motion in Two Dimensions from Multiple Images: A Least Squares Approach

* Structure from Motion: A Critical Analysis of Methods

* Study on Using Structured Lighting to Analyze Time Varying Image Sequences, A

* Surface and Volumetric Segmentation of Complex 3D Objects Using Parametric Shape Models

* Surface Extraction from Line Drawings of a Polyhedron

* Surface Profile Measurement Using Color Fringe Projection

* Surface Reconstruction from Stereoscopy and Shape from Shading in SEM Images

* Symmetry Analysis of Line Drawings Using the Hough Transform

* Symmetry-Based Recognition of Vehicle Rears

* System for the Interpretation of 3-D Moving Scenes from 2-D Image Sequences, A

* Technique for Ground/Image Truthing Using a Digital Map to Reduce the Number of Required Measurements

* Techniques for Segmenting Image Curves into Meaningful Descriptions

* Temporal Analysis of Stereo Image Sequences of Traffic Scenes

* Temporal Slice Analysis of Image Sequences

* Temporal Surface Reconstruction

* Textural Analysis of Range Images

* Texture and Shape Generation by Neural Network Creation Paradigm

* Texture Features Based on Gabor Phase

* Texture Features Based On Texture Spectrum

* Texture Segregation and Orientation Gradient

* Thinning Methodologies, a Comprehensive Study

* Three-Dimensional Gauging with Stereo Computer Vision

* Three-Dimensional Reconstruction Using Homocentric Spherical Spatiotemporal Image Analysis

* Three-Dimensional Surface Reconstruction Using Delaunay Triangulation in the Image Plane

* Top-down Document Analysis Method for Logical Structure Recognition, A

* Towards Infrared Image Understanding

* Towards Structure from Motion for Linear Features Through Reference Points

* Tracking Lines in a Stereo Image Sequence

* Tracking Lines Using a Rigid Motion Assumption

* Trainable Gesture Recognizer, A

* Trajectories and Events

* Transition Region Determination Based Thresholding

* Two Convergence Theorems on Deterministic Properties of Median Filters

* Two-Dimensional Object Detection in Correlated Noise

* Two-Dimensional Object Recognition Using a Two-Dimensional Polar Transform

* Two-Dimensional Pattern Matching with K Mismatches

* Two-Step String Matching Procedure, A

* Two-Way String-Matching

* Uber die Stetige Abbildung einer Linie auf ein Flachenstck

* Ultrasonic Holography Techniques for Localizing and Imaging Solid Objects

* Uncertainty Update and Dynamic Search Window for Model-Based Object Recognition

* Understanding Handwritten Text in a Structured Environment

* Unification Scheme for 3D Surface Reconstruction Using Physically Based Models

* Unified Computational Theory for Motion Transparency and Motion Boundaries Based on Eigenenergy Analysis, A

* Unsupervised Texture Segmentation Using Gabor Filters

* use of eye movements in human-computer interaction techniques: What you look at is what you get, The

* Use of Perceptual Organization in the Prediction of Geometric Structures, The

* Using a Finite Element Method for Active Contour Models and 3-D Reconstruction from Cross Sections

* Using Stereomotion to Track Binocular Targets

* Variable-Resolution Character Thinning

* Variations on a Theme in Binary Mathematical Morphology

* Vector Field Histogram: Fast Obstacle Avoidance for Mobile Robots, The

* Very Fast VLSI Rangefinder, A

* View Angle Transformations

* View-Class Representation and Matching of 3D Objects

* Vision, Instruction and Action

* Vision-Based Automatic Theodolite for Robot Calibration

* VISIT: An Efficient Computational Model of Human Visual Attention

* Visual Tracking with Deformation Models

* VLSI Architecture for a Half-Edge-Based Corner Detector, A

* Weighted Selection of Image Features for Resolved Rate Visual Feedback Control

* WPFM: The Workspace Prediction and Fast Matching System

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