Publications - 1988


Each item is  coded by one or more of the following topic indicators:   

  Computer Vision
  Object/Motion Recognition
  Active Vision/Binocular robotic heads
Computational Neuroscience
  Computational Complexity of Vision and Behaviour
  Human Experimental Studies of motion perception, attention and behavior
  Mobile Robotics
  Artificial Intelligence
  Applications in Medicine
  Assistive Technology for the Mobility Impaired

Tsotsos, J.K., Artificial Intelligence Techniques in the Analysis of Time-Varying Cardiac Events, PACE (Pacing and Cardiac Electrophysiology) , November 1988.  

Tsotsos, J.K, A `Complexity Level' Analysis of Immediate Vision, International Journal of Computer Vision, Marr Prize Special Issue, Vol. 2, No. 1, p 303 - 320, Sept. 1988.  PDF

Barron, J., Jepson, A., Tsotsos, J., The Feasibility of Motion and Structure Computations, Proc. International Conference on Computer Vision, Tarpon Springs Florida, December 1988, pp. 651 - 657. PDF

Tsotsos, J.K., How Does Human Vision beat the Computational Complexity of Visual Perception?, in Computational Processes in Human Vision: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, ed. by Z. Pylyshyn, Ablex Press, Norwood, NJ, pp. 286 - 338, 1988.  PDF

Jenkin, M. R. M., Jepson, A. D., and Tsotsos, J. K., Integrating Disparity Measurements Over Space and Spatial-frequency, in Image Analysis and Processing II, ed. by V. Cantoni, V. DiGesu and S. Levialdi, pp. 305 - 312,  Plenum Publishing Corp., 1988.  

Tsotsos, J.K., Shibahara, T., Knowledge Organization and its Role in Temporal and Causal Signal Understanding: The ALVEN and CAA Projects, in Expert System Applications, ed. by L. Bolc and M. Coombs, Springer-Verlag, pp. 429 - 468, 1988.  PDF

Tsotsos, J.K., Jepson, A.J., Fleet, D.F.,Towards a Theory of Motion Understanding in Man and Machine, in Motion Understanding: Robot and Human Vision, ed. by W. Martin and J. Aggarwal, Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 353 - 417, 1988.  PDF

Tsotsos, J., Complexity Level Analysis and Pre-Attentive Vision, 1988 AAAI Mini-Symposium on Vision, Stanford March 1988.