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  Vehicle surveillance with a generic, adaptive, 3D vehicle model
Leotta M., Mundy J.  IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 33(7): 1457-1469, 2011. Type: Article

The real world and the virtual world are generally considered to be two separate worlds. Leotta and Mundy, however, have changed that. In their paper, they present an approach to track vehicles in surveillance videos based on a virtual computer-ai...

Dec 1 2011
  An eye localization, tracking and blink pattern recognition system: algorithm and evaluation
Wu J., Trivedi M.  ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications 6(2): 1-23, 2010. Type: Article

The identification of blink patterns can be applied in several cases, such as determining a subject’s attentiveness, drowsiness, and consciousness. Several approaches have been proposed for this purpose. They involve three key steps: eye loc...

Jul 6 2010
  On the foundations of vision modeling III. Noncommutative monoids of occlusive preimages
Shen J.  Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision 24(1): 5-17, 2006. Type: Article

Successful navigation in a three-dimensional (3D) world requires that two-dimensional (2D) retinal images be interpreted to represent a 3D space. This paper introduces a formalism for modeling the occlusion mechanism by which such 2D images are in...

Jan 3 2007
  Interactive 3D reconstruction from multiple images: a primitive-based approach
Park J.  Pattern Recognition Letters 26(16): 2558-2571, 2005. Type: Article

Park proposes a fast and stable image-based modeling method that generates three-dimensional (3D) models with high-quality face textures in a semi-automatic way. This means that the algorithm needs a user’s help. The modeler guides untrained...

Aug 23 2006
  Protocols from perceptual observations
Needham C., Ferreira L., Magee D., Devin V., Hogg D., Cohn A.  Artificial Intelligence 167(1-2): 103-136, 2005. Type: Article

This is a very interesting paper on the integration of sub-symbolic and symbolic systems. One of the main features of the described system is its ability to learn, both under unsupervised and supervised training. The authors have achieved an impor...

May 8 2006
  Accurate optical flow computation under non-uniform brightness variations
Teng C., Lai S., Chen Y., Hsu W.  Computer Vision and Image Understanding 97(3): 315-346, 2005. Type: Article

In this paper, the authors revise a former approach from Horn and Schunck’s and Lai and Vemuri’s framework to compute optical flow. Horn and Schunck’s regularization gradient-based method’s drawbacks relate mainly to the sp...

Jun 10 2005
  Human motion analysis for biomechanics and biomedicine
Dariush B.  Machine Vision and Applications 14(4): 202-205, 2003. Type: Article

A unified computational model for human motion planning is discussed in this paper. The model is based on the principle of inverse dynamics with feedback from the environment....

Apr 7 2004
  Temporal scenario modelling and recognition based on possibilistic logic
Grabisch M.  Artificial Intelligence 148(1-2): 261-289, 2003. Type: Article

This paper presents a method for modeling temporal scenarios, and for recognizing them from observations. Three formal models are developed: the logical dependencies, defined in possibilistic logic; the temporal constraints between events, managed...

Dec 15 2003
  Self-consistency and MDL: a paradigm for evaluating point-correspondence algorithms, and its application to detecting changes in surface elevation
Leclerc Y., Luong Q., Fua P.  International Journal of Computer Vision 51(1): 63-83, 2003. Type: Article

The self-consistency methodology, a new paradigm for evaluating certain vision problems without relying extensively on ground truth, is introduced in this paper. The idea is inspired by a remarkable property of the human visual system: given a sta...

Nov 17 2003
  Griz: experience with remote visualization over an optical grid
Renambot L., van der Schaaf T., Bal H., Germans D., Spoelder H.  Future Generation Computer Systems 19(6): 871-881, 2003. Type: Article

Experiments in remote rendering over an intercontinental optical network are discussed in this paper. The experiments took place during the iGrid2002 Conference (, held in Amsterdam in 2002....

Nov 13 2003
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