Blais G. and Levine M.D. Registering multiview range data to create 3D computer objects. IEEE Trans, Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Oct. 1994. Accepted for publication.
Roth G. and Levine M.D. Geometric primitive extraction using a genetic algorithm. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, pages 901--905, Sept. 1994.
Yamamoto H., Yeshurun Y., and Levine M.D. A vision system with a foveated image sensor. Transactions of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Commucation Engineers (IEICE), J77-D-II(1):119--130, 1994. Translation from the Japanese.
Wu K. and Levine M.D. Recovering parametric geons from multiview range data. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Seattle WA., Jan. 1994. Accepted.
Bolduc M. A foveated sensor for a mobile robot. Master's thesis, McGill University, Dec. 1994.
Bolduc M. and Levine M.D. A foveated retina system for robotic vision. In AI/Vi/GI'94, Banff Alberta, May 16-20 1994. In press.
Kelly M. and Levine M.D. The analysis of shape using annular symmetry operators. In SPIE OE/Aerospace Sensing, Visual Information Processing III, Orlando FL, April 5-8 1994. In press.
Yokoya N. and Levine M.D. Volumetric shapes of solids of revolution from a single-view range image. CVGIP: Image Understanding, 59(1):43--52d, Jan. 1994. Winner of 1989 Best Paper Award.
Shah S. and Levine M.D. A `computer retina' which mimics the biological retina. In SPIE OE/Aerospace Sensing, Visual Information Processing III, Orlando FL, April 5-8 1994. In press.
Baron T., Levine M.D., Hayward V., Bolduc M., and Grant D.A. Biologically-motivated robot eye system. In Proc. of the 8th Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) Conference on Astronautics, pages 231--240, Ottawa Ont., Nov. 7-10 1994. Winner of Best Paper Award.
Baron T., Levine M.D., and Yeshurun Y. Exploring with a foveated robot eye system. In 12th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Jerusalem Israel, Oct. 9-13 1994. In press.