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Mechanisms for propagating surface information in 3-D reconstruction. In Computer Vision: From Surfaces to 3D Objects. Chapman and Hall/CRC Press.. (2011).
The Manhattan world assumption: Regularities in scene statistics which enable Bayesian inference. In NIPS (pp. 845–851).. (2000).
Manhattan world: Compass direction from a single image by bayesian inference. In Computer Vision, 1999. The Proceedings of the Seventh IEEE International Conference on (Vol. 2, pp. 941–947). IEEE.. (1999).
A mobile phone application enabling visually impaired users to find and read product barcodes. Computers Helping People with Special Needs. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.. (2010).
Manhattan world: Orientation and outlier detection by bayesian inference. Neural Computation, 15, 1063–1088.. (2003).
Mind your crossings: Mining GIS imagery for crosswalk localization. Acm Transactions On Accessible Computing (Taccess), 9(4). http://doi.org/10.1145/3046790. (2017).
A mobile phone system to find crosswalks for visually impaired pedestrians. Technology And Disability, 20, 217–224.. (2008).
A mobile phone wayfinding system for visually impaired users. Assistive Technology Research Series, 25, 849.. (2009).
Modeling eye movements in a shape discrimination task. Journal Of Vision, 5, 921–921.. (2005).