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*2009
102EEMassimo Tistarelli, Mark S. Nixon: Advances in Biometrics, Third International Conference, ICB 2009, Alghero, Italy, June 2-5, 2009. Proceedings Springer 2009
101EEImed Bouchrika, Michela Goffredo, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Covariate Analysis for View-Point Independent Gait Recognition. ICB 2009: 990-999
100EEBaofeng Guo, Mark S. Nixon: Gait Feature Subset Selection by Mutual Information. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A 39(1): 36-46 (2009)
2008
99EEMichela Goffredo, Imed Bouchrika, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Performance analysis for gait in camera networks. AREA 2008: 73-80
98EEMark S. Nixon, Cem Direkoglu, Xin U. Liu, David J. Hurley: On Using Physical Analogies for Feature and Shape Extraction in Computer Vision. BCS Int. Acad. Conf. 2008: 163-177
97EEJonathon S. Hare, Sina Samangooei, Paul H. Lewis, Mark S. Nixon: Semantic spaces revisited: investigating the performance of auto-annotation and semantic retrieval using semantic spaces. CIVR 2008: 359-368
96EEImed Bouchrika, Mark S. Nixon: Exploratory factor analysis of gait recognition. FG 2008: 1-6
95EEMichela Goffredo, Richard D. Seely, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Markerless view independent gait analysis with self-camera calibration. FG 2008: 1-6
94EEImed Bouchrika, Mark S. Nixon: Gait recognition by dynamic cues. ICPR 2008: 1-4
93EECem Direkoglu, Mark S. Nixon: Image-Based Multiscale Shape Description Using Gaussian Filter. ICVGIP 2008: 673-678
92EESina Samangooei, Mark S. Nixon: Performing Content-Based Retrieval of Humans Using Gait Biometrics. SAMT 2008: 105-120
2007
91EECem Direkoglu, Mark S. Nixon: Shape Extraction Via Heat Flow Analogy. ACIVS 2007: 553-564
90EEMichela Goffredo, Nicholas Spencer, Daniel Pearce, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Human Perambulation as a Self Calibrating Biometric. AMFG 2007: 139-153
89EEBanafshe Arbab-Zavar, Mark S. Nixon: On Shape-Mediated Enrolment in Ear Biometrics. ISVC (2) 2007: 549-558
88EEXin U. Liu, Mark S. Nixon: Image and Volume Segmentation by Water Flow. ISVC (2) 2007: 62-74
87EEImed Bouchrika, Mark S. Nixon: Model-Based Feature Extraction for Gait Analysis and Recognition. MIRAGE 2007: 150-160
2006
86EEXin U. Liu, Mark S. Nixon: Water Flow Based Complex Feature Extraction. ACIVS 2006: 833-845
85EEGalina V. Veres, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Is Enough Enough? What Is Sufficiency in Biometric Data? ICIAR (2) 2006: 262-273
84EELee Middleton, David K. Wagg, Alex I. Bazin, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Developing a non-intrusive biometric environment. IROS 2006: 723-728
83EEAlex I. Bazin, T. Cole, B. Kett, Mark S. Nixon: An Automated System for Contact Lens Inspection. ISVC (1) 2006: 141-150
82EECem Direkoglu, Mark S. Nixon: Low Level Moving-Feature Extraction Via Heat Flow Analogy. ISVC (1) 2006: 243-252
81EEJang-Hee Yoo, Mark S. Nixon: Feature Extraction and Selection for Recognizing Humans by Their Gait. ISVC (2) 2006: 156-165
80EEJamie D. Shutler, Mark S. Nixon: Zernike velocity moments for sequence-based description of moving features. Image Vision Comput. 24(4): 343-356 (2006)
2005
79EEJang-Hee Yoo, Doosung Hwang, Mark S. Nixon: Gender Classification in Human Gait Using Support Vector Machine. ACIVS 2005: 138-145
78EEDavid J. Hurley, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Ear Biometrics by Force Field Convergence. AVBPA 2005: 386-394
77EEGalina V. Veres, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Modelling the Time-Variant Covariates for Gait Recognition. AVBPA 2005: 597-606
76EELee Middleton, Alex A. Buss, Alex I. Bazin, Mark S. Nixon: A Floor Sensor System for Gait Recognition. AutoID 2005: 171-176
75EEGalina V. Veres, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Model-Based Approaches for Predicting Gait Changes over Time. IWBRS 2005: 213-220
74EEMichael O. Jewell, Lee Middleton, Mark S. Nixon, Adam Prügel-Bennett, Sylvia C. Wong: A Distributed Approach to Musical Composition. KES (3) 2005: 642-648
73EELee Middleton, Sylvia C. Wong, Michael O. Jewell, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Lightweight Agent Framework for Camera Array Applications. KES (4) 2005: 150-156
72EEAlex I. Bazin, Mark S. Nixon: Gait Verification Using Probabilistic Methods. WACV/MOTION 2005: 60-65
71EEDavid J. Hurley, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Force field feature extraction for ear biometrics. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 98(3): 491-512 (2005)
70EEEugenia Montiel, Alberto S. Aguado, Mark S. Nixon: Texture classification via conditional histograms. Pattern Recognition Letters 26(11): 1740-1751 (2005)
2004
69EEGalina V. Veres, L. Gordon, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: What Image Information Is Important in Silhouette-Based Gait Recognition? CVPR (2) 2004: 776-782
68EEStuart D. Mowbray, Mark S. Nixon: Extraction and Recognition of Periodically Deforming Objects by Continuous, Spatio-Temporal Shape Description. CVPR (2) 2004: 895-901
67EEDavid K. Wagg, Mark S. Nixon: On Automated Model-Based Extraction and Analysis of Gait. FGR 2004: 11-16
66EEMark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Advances in Automatic Gait Recognition. FGR 2004: 139-146
65EEAhmad Al-Mazeed, Mark S. Nixon, Steve R. Gunn: Classifiers Combination for Improved Motion Segmentation. ICIAR (2) 2004: 363-371
64EEPeter Myerscough, Mark S. Nixon: Estimating the phase congruency of localised frequencies. ICIP 2004: 275-278
63EEYalin Zheng, Mark S. Nixon, Robert Allen: Automated segmentation of lumbar vertebrae in digital videofluoroscopic images. IEEE Trans. Med. Imaging 23(1): 45-52 (2004)
62EEDavid K. Wagg, Mark S. Nixon: Automated markerless extraction of walking people using deformable contour models. Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation 15(3-4): 399-406 (2004)
61EEChew-Yean Yam, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Automated person recognition by walking and running via model-based approaches. Pattern Recognition 37(5): 1057-1072 (2004)
2003
60 Josef Kittler, Mark S. Nixon: Audio-and Video-Based Biometrie Person Authentication, 4th International Conference, AVBPA 2003, Guildford, UK, June 9-11, 2003 Proceedings Springer 2003
59EEStuart D. Mowbray, Mark S. Nixon: Automatic Gait Recognition via Fourier Descriptors of Deformable Objects. AVBPA 2003: 566-573
58EEStuart P. Prismall, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Novel Temporal Views of Moving Objects for Gait Biometrics. AVBPA 2003: 725-733
57EEDavid Cunado, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Automatic extraction and description of human gait models for recognition purposes. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 90(1): 1-41 (2003)
56EEAndrew J. Tatem, Hugh G. Lewis, Peter M. Atkinson, Mark S. Nixon: Increasing the spatial resolution of agricultural land cover maps using a Hopfield neural network. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 17(7): 647-672 (2003)
55EEJames B. Hayfron-Acquah, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Automatic gait recognition by symmetry analysis. Pattern Recognition Letters 24(13): 2175-2183 (2003)
54EEJeff P. Foster, Mark S. Nixon, Adam Prügel-Bennett: Automatic gait recognition using area-based metric. Pattern Recognition Letters 24(14): 2489-2497 (2003)
2002
53EEKarl J. Sharman, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Extraction and Description of 3D (Articulated) Moving Objects. 3DPVT 2002: 664-667
52EEStuart P. Prismall, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: On Moving Object Reconstruction By Moments. BMVC 2002
51 Jang-Hee Yoo, Mark S. Nixon, Chris J. Harris: Extraction and Description of Moving Human Body by Periodic Motion Analysis. Computers and Their Applications 2002: 110-113
50 Jang-Hee Yoo, Mark S. Nixon, Chris J. Harris: Model-driven statistical analysis of human gait motion. ICIP (1) 2002: 285-288
49EEChew-Yean Yam, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: On the Relationship of Human Walking and Running: Automatic Person Identification by Gait. ICPR (1) 2002: 287-290
48EEJames B. Hayfron-Acquah, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Human Identification by Spatio-Temporal Symmetry. ICPR (1) 2002: 632-635
47EEChew-Yean Yam, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Performance Analysis on New Biometric Gait Motion Model. SSIAI 2002: 31-34
46EEJang-Hee Yoo, Mark S. Nixon, Chris J. Harris: Extracting Human Gait Signatures by Body Segment Properties. SSIAI 2002: 35-39
45EEDavid J. Hurley, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Force field energy functionals for image feature extraction. Image Vision Comput. 20(5-6): 311-317 (2002)
44EEAlberto S. Aguado, Eugenia Montiel, Mark S. Nixon: Invariant characterisation of the Hough transform for pose estimation of arbitrary shapes. Pattern Recognition 35(5): 1083-1097 (2002)
43EEMichael G. Grant, Mark S. Nixon, Paul H. Lewis: Extracting moving shapes by evidence gathering. Pattern Recognition 35(5): 1099-1114 (2002)
2001
42EEJames B. Hayfron-Acquah, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Automatic Gait Recognition by Symmetry Analysis. AVBPA 2001: 272-277
41EEChew-Yean Yam, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Extended Model-Based Automatic Gait Recognition of Walking and Running. AVBPA 2001: 278-283
40EEJeff P. Foster, Mark S. Nixon, Adam Prügel-Bennett: New Area Based Metrics for Gait Recognition. AVBPA 2001: 312-317
39EEJeff P. Foster, Mark S. Nixon, Adam Prügel-Bennett: New Area Based Metrics for Automatic Gait Recognition. BMVC 2001
38EEJamie D. Shutler, Mark S. Nixon: Zernike Velocity Moments for Description and Recognition of Moving Shapes. BMVC 2001
37EEJames B. Hayfron-Acquah, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Recognising human and animal movement by symmetry. ICIP (3) 2001: 290-293
36EEJun L. Chen, Steve R. Gunn, Mark S. Nixon, Roger N. Gunn: Markov Random Field Models for Segmentation of PET Images. IPMI 2001: 468-474
35 Eugenia Montiel, Alberto S. Aguado, Mark S. Nixon: Improving the Hough Transform gathering process for affine transformations. Pattern Recognition Letters 22(9): 959-969 (2001)
2000
34EEAlberto S. Aguado, Eugenia Montiel, Mark S. Nixon: Invariant Characterization of the Hough Transform for Pose Estimation of Arbitrary Shapes. BMVC 2000
33EEEugenia Montiel, Alberto S. Aguado, Mark S. Nixon: On Resolving Ambiguities in Arbitrary-Shape extraction by the HT. BMVC 2000
32EEMichael G. Grant, Mark S. Nixon, Paul H. Lewis: Parameterised Moving Shape Extraction. BMVC 2000
31 David J. Hurley, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: A new Force Field Transform for Ear and Face Recognition. ICIP 2000
30EEKarl J. Sharman, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Non-Invasive 3D Dynamic Object Analysis. SSIAI 2000: 214-218
29EEJamie D. Shutler, Mark S. Nixon, Chris J. Harris: Statistical Gait Description via Temporal Moments. SSIAI 2000: 291-295
28EEMark S. Nixon: British Machine Vision Conference 1998. Image Vision Comput. 18(9): 645 (2000)
1999
27EEMichael G. Grant, Mark S. Nixon, Paul H. Lewis: Finding Moving Shapes by Continuous-Model Evidence Gathering. BMVC 1999
26EEDavid J. Hurley, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Force Field Energy Functionals for Image Feature Extraction. BMVC 1999
25EEPing S. Huang, Chris J. Harris, Mark S. Nixon: Recognising humans by gait via parametric canonical space. AI in Engineering 13(4): 359-366 (1999)
1998
24 John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 1998, BMVC 1998, Southampton, UK, 1998 British Machine Vision Association 1998
23EEPing S. Huang, Chris J. Harris, Mark S. Nixon: Comparing Different Template Features for Recognizing People by their Gait. BMVC 1998
22EEJason M. Nash, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Extraction of Moving Articulated-Objects by Evidence Gathering. BMVC 1998
21 Ping S. Huang, Chris J. Harris, Mark S. Nixon: A Statistical Approach for Recognizing Humans by Gait using Spatial-Temporal Templates. ICIP (3) 1998: 178-182
20 Mark S. Toller, Paul H. Lewis, Mark S. Nixon: Video Segmentation Using Combined Cues. Storage and Retrieval for Image and Video Databases (SPIE) 1998: 414-425
19EEAlberto S. Aguado, Mark S. Nixon, Eugenia Montiel: Parameterizing Arbitrary Shapes via Fourier Descriptors for Evidence-Gathering Extraction. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 69(2): 202-221 (1998)
18 C. J. Davies, Mark S. Nixon: A Hough transform for detecting the location and orientation of three-dimensional surfaces via color encoded spots. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B 28(1): 90-95 (1998)
17EESteve R. Gunn, Mark S. Nixon: Global and Local Active Contours for Head Boundary Extraction. International Journal of Computer Vision 30(1): 43-54 (1998)
1997
16 David E. Benn, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Robust Eye Centre Extraction Using the Hough Transform. AVBPA 1997: 3-9
15 David Cunado, Mark S. Nixon, John N. Carter: Using Gait as a Biometric, via Phase-weighted Magnitude Spectra. AVBPA 1997: 95-102
14EEJason M. Nash, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: The Velocity Hough Transform: A New Technique for Dynamic Feature Extraction. ICIP (2) 1997: 386-389
13EESteve R. Gunn, Mark S. Nixon: A Robust Snake Implementation; A Dual Active Contour. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 19(1): 63-68 (1997)
12EEYan Qiu Chen, Mark S. Nixon, David W. Thomas: On texture classification. Int. J. Systems Science 28(7): 669-682 (1997)
11EEJason M. Nash, John N. Carter, Mark S. Nixon: Dynamic feature extraction via the velocity Hough transform. Pattern Recognition Letters 18(10): 1035-1047 (1997)
1996
10EEAlberto S. Aguado, Eugenia Montiel, Mark S. Nixon: On using directional information for parameter space decomposition in ellipse detection. Pattern Recognition 29(3): 369-381 (1996)
1995
9 Steve R. Gunn, Mark S. Nixon: Improving snake performance via a dual active contour. CAIP 1995: 600-605
8EEXiaoguang Jia, Mark S. Nixon: Extending the Feature Vector for Automatic Face Recognition. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 17(12): 1167-1176 (1995)
7EEYan Qiu Chen, Mark S. Nixon, David W. Thomas: Statistical geometrical features for texture classification. Pattern Recognition 28(4): 537-552 (1995)
1994
6 Yan Qiu Chen, Mark S. Nixon, David W. Thomas: Texture Classification Using Statistical Geometrical Features. ICIP (3) 1994: 446-450
5EEMark R. Dobie, Paul H. Lewis, Mark S. Nixon: Curvilinear Network Extraction from Remotely Sensed Images. MVA 1994: 123-126
4EEYan Qiu Chen, David W. Thomas, Mark S. Nixon: Generating-shrinking algorithm for learning arbitrary classification. Neural Networks 7(9): 1471-1489 (1994)
3EEXiaoguang Jia, Mark S. Nixon: Analysing front view face profiles for face recognition via the Walsh transform. Pattern Recognition Letters 15(6): 551-558 (1994)
1993
2 Mark S. Nixon: Circle Extraction via Least Squares and the Kalman Filter. CAIP 1993: 199-207
1 Adrian N. Evans, Mark S. Nixon: Temporal Speckle Reduction for Feature Extraction in Ultrasound Images. CAIP 1993: 65-73

Coauthor Index

1Alberto S. Aguado [10] [19] [33] [34] [35] [44] [70]
2Ahmad Al-Mazeed [65]
3Robert Allen [63]
4Banafshe Arbab-Zavar [89]
5Peter M. Atkinson [56]
6Alex I. Bazin [72] [76] [83] [84]
7David E. Benn [16]
8Imed Bouchrika [87] [94] [96] [99] [101]
9Alex A. Buss [76]
10John N. Carter [11] [14] [15] [16] [22] [24] [26] [30] [31] [37] [41] [42] [45] [47] [48] [49] [52] [53] [55] [57] [58] [61] [66] [69] [71] [73] [75] [77] [78] [84] [85] [90] [95] [99] [101]
11Jun L. Chen [36]
12Yan Qiu Chen [4] [6] [7] [12]
13T. Cole [83]
14David Cunado [15] [57]
15C. J. Davies [18]
16Cem Direkoglu [82] [91] [93] [98]
17Mark R. Dobie [5]
18Adrian N. Evans [1]
19Jeff P. Foster [39] [40] [54]
20Michela Goffredo [90] [95] [99] [101]
21L. Gordon [69]
22Michael G. Grant [27] [32] [43]
23Roger N. Gunn [36]
24Steve R. Gunn [9] [13] [17] [36] [65]
25Baofeng Guo [100]
26Jonathon S. Hare [97]
27Chris J. Harris [21] [23] [25] [29] [46] [50] [51]
28James B. Hayfron-Acquah [37] [42] [48] [55]
29Ping S. Huang [21] [23] [25]
30David J. Hurley [26] [31] [45] [71] [78] [98]
31Doosung Hwang [79]
32Michael O. Jewell [73] [74]
33Xiaoguang Jia [3] [8]
34B. Kett [83]
35Josef Kittler [60]
36Hugh G. Lewis [56]
37Paul H. Lewis [5] [20] [27] [32] [43] [97]
38Xin U. Liu [86] [88] [98]
39Lee Middleton [73] [74] [76] [84]
40Eugenia Montiel [10] [19] [33] [34] [35] [44] [70]
41Stuart D. Mowbray [59] [68]
42Peter Myerscough [64]
43Jason M. Nash [11] [14] [22]
44Daniel Pearce [90]
45Stuart P. Prismall [52] [58]
46Adam Prügel-Bennett [39] [40] [54] [74]
47Sina Samangooei [92] [97]
48Richard D. Seely [95]
49Karl J. Sharman [30] [53]
50Jamie D. Shutler [29] [38] [80]
51Nicholas Spencer [90]
52Andrew J. Tatem [56]
53David W. Thomas [4] [6] [7] [12]
54Massimo Tistarelli [102]
55Mark S. Toller [20]
56Galina V. Veres [69] [75] [77] [85]
57David K. Wagg [62] [67] [84]
58Sylvia C. Wong [73] [74]
59Chew-Yean Yam [41] [47] [49] [61]
60Jang-Hee Yoo [46] [50] [51] [79] [81]
61Yalin Zheng [63]

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