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Davies, A.C., Yin, Jia Hong and Velastin, S.A. (1995) Crowd monitoring using image processing. Electronics & Communication Engineering Journal, 7(1), pp. 37-47. ISSN (print) 0954-0695

Dehmeshki, J., Cole, O.B., Marston, R.E. and Daemi, M.F. (1995) Automatics MRI compression and segmentation using a stochastic model. In: Applications of digital image processing XVIII; 1995, San Diego, CA. (Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering, no. 2564) ISSN (print) 0361-0748 ISBN 0819419230

Dehmeshki, J., Daemi, M.F., Atkin, B.P. and Miles, N.J. (1995) An adaptive estimation and segmentation technique for determination of major maceral groups in coal. In: Third International Computer Science Conference ICSC '95; 11 - 13 Dec 1995, Hong Kong, China.

Dehmeshki, Jamshid, Daemi, Mohammad F., Marston, R.E., Mather, Paul and Sun, Zhen S. (1995) Adaptive segmentation of remotely sensed images based on stochastic models. In: Geographic Information Systems, Photogrammetry, and Geological/Geophysical Remote Sensing; 17 Nov 1995, Paris, France.

Dehmeshki, Jamshid, Daemi, Mohammad F., Miles, N.J., Atkin, B.P. and Marston, R.E. (1995) Determination of major maceral groups in coal by automated image analysis procedures. In: Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIV: Algorithms, Techniques, Active Vision, and Materials Handling; 23 - 26 Oct 1995, Philadelphia, U.S.A.. (Proceedings of SPIE, no. 2588) ISSN (print) 0277-786X


Hadavinia, H., Advani, S.G. and Fenner, R.T. (1995) The evolution of radial viscous fingering in Hele-Shaw cell using C[sup]1 continuous Overhauser boundary element method. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 16(2), pp. 183-195. ISSN (print) 0955-7997

Hadavinia, Homayoun (1995) Boundary element with blending shape functions for potential problems. (PhD thesis), Imperial College London (University of London), .

Hung, T.W.R. and Ellis, T.J. (1995) Spectral adaptation with uncertainty using matching. In: Fifth International Conference on Image Processing and its Applications; 4 July - 6 July 1995, Edinburgh, U.K.. ISBN 0852966423


Jones, G.A. and Giaccone, P.R. (1995) Hierarchical tracking of motion in multiple images. In: IEE Colloquium on Multi-resolution Modelling and Analysis in Image Processing and Computer Vision; 21 Apr 1995, London, U.K..


Kubrick, A. and Ellis, T. (1995) Perceptually based directional classified gain-shape vector quantization. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 5(2), pp. 96-108. ISSN (print) 1051-8215


Lan, Z-D., Mohr, R. and Remagnino, P. (1995) Robust matching by partial correlation. In: British Machine Vision Conference; Sept 1995, Birmingham, U.K..


Pan, X., Ellis, T. and Clarke, T.A. (1995) Robust tracking of circular features. In: 6th British Machine Vision Conference; Sept. 1995, Birmingham, U.K.. ISBN 0952189828


Remagnino, P., Illingworth, J., Kittler, J. and Matas, J. (1995) Intentional control of camera look direction and viewpoint in an active vision system. Image and Vision Computing, 13(2), pp. 79-88. ISSN (print) 0262-8856

Rosin, P.L. and Ellis, T.J. (1995) Image difference threshold strategies and shadow detection. In: British Machine Vision Conference; Sept 1995, Birmingham, U.K..


Teal, M.K. and Ellis, T.J. (1995) Target tracking in open world scenes using motion cues and target dynamics. In: Fifth International Conference on Image Processing and its Applications; 4 July - 6 July 1995, Edinburgh, U.K.. ISBN 0852966423


Xia, F, Velastin, S.A. and Davies, A.C. (1995) Evaluation of the Data Interaction Architecture Demonstrator by means of a multiple mobile robot workspace simulation. Microprocessors and Microsystems, 19(1), pp. 23-33. ISSN (print) 0141-9331

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