Browsing by Author "Woodland, Alan"

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  • Woodland, Alan (Aberystwyth UniversityComputer Science, 2010-03)
    Images of objects (e.g. a rotating teapot, views from a camera mounted on a robot, an actor illuminated from different positions on a hemisphere, etc.) which vary between them by some controlled parameter tend not to be ...
  • Woodland, Alan; Labrosse, Frederic (Eurographics Association, 2005)
    Many computer vision and graphics related techniques rely upon illumination invariance of images to derive meaning from images of an object under varying lighting conditions. This is all the appearance-based methods. In ...
  • Woodland, Alan; Labrosse, Frédéric (2007-11-15)
    Many computer vision and graphics related techniques rely upon illumination invariance of images to derive meaning from images of an object under varying lighting conditions. This is all the appearance-based methods. In ...
  • Woodland, Alan; Ugail, Hassan; Labrosse, Frederic (BMVA, 2007-09)
    This paper presents a method to extend PDE surfaces to high dimensional spaces. We review a common existing analytic solution, and show how it can be used straightforwardly to increase the dimension of the space the surface ...
  • Woodland, Alan; Labrosse, Frédéric; Ugail, Hassan (BMVA, 2009-09-28)
    This paper presents a method to extend PDE surfaces to high dimensional spaces. We review a common existing analytic solution, and show how it can be used straightforwardly to increase the dimension of the space the surface ...
  • Ashford, Isabella; Woodland, Alan (Nuffield Foundation, 2011-11-23)
  • Woodland, Alan; Labrosse, Frederic (2008-06)
    Building computer representations of real objects, which could be archaeological artifacts or planned buildings, is a very active research area. Typically objects are represented in computer memory as a collection of ...
  • Woodland, Alan; Labrosse, Frédéric (2009-09-28)
    Building computer representations of real objects, which could be archaeological artifacts or planned buildings, is a very active research area. Typically objects are represented in computer memory as a collection of ...