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Computer Vision ... (Published 1992)

Simulated Human Vision..... Ian Overington

Location: Eastbourne. UK
ianoverington@simulatedvision.co.uk ............ www.simulatedvision.co.uk

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analysing local optical flow’, Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 596, 145.
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coding', Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 594, p.158.
[30]. Overington I. and Greenway P. (1986), 'Accurate local form and motion extraction by a
composite 1st and 2nd difference processor based on an interpretation of human vision', Proc. of
the SPIE, Vol. 726, 188.
[31]. Overington I. and Greenway P. (1986), 'Theoretical and practical super-resolution
performance in simple processing of local form, motion and stereo disparity', Proc. of the SPIE.
Vol. 728, 10.
[32]. Overington I. (1987), 'Combined modelling of colour response and visibility', Proc. of the
21st Session of the CIE, Venice, June 1987, p. 86.
[33]. Overington I. (1987), 'Simple analysis of random-dot stereograms and kinematograms',
Proc. of the SPIE, Vol.804, 144.
[34]. Overington I. (1987), 'Gradient-based flow segmentation and localisation of the focus of
expansion', Proc. of ALV87, 169.
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sub-pixel accuracy', Image and Vis. Comp.,
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radiographic images', in 'Technical and Physical Parameters for Quality Assessment in Medical
Diagnostic Radiology', BIR Report 18, CEC, p. 129.