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Bitsakos K, Yi L, Fermüller C.  2007.  Combining motion from texture and lines for visual navigation. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2007. IROS 2007. :232-239.
Pless R, Brodsky T, Aloimonos Y.  1999.  Independent motion: the importance of history. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1999. IEEE Computer Society Conference on.. 2:97Vol.2-97Vol.2.
Fermüller C, Pless R, Aloimonos Y.  1999.  Statistical biases in optic flow. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1999. IEEE Computer Society Conference on.. 1:566Vol.1-566Vol.1.
Brodsky T, Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1998.  Self-calibration from image derivatives. Sixth International Conference on Computer Vision, 1998. :83-89.
Yacoob Y, Davis LS.  1996.  Recognizing human facial expressions from long image sequences using optical flow. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. 18(6):636-642.
Fermüller C, Cheong LF, Aloimonos Y.  1995.  3D motion representations in visual servo control. Proceedings of International Symposium on Computer Vision, 1995. :61-66.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1992.  Perceptual computational advantages of tracking. , 11th IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 1992. Vol.I. Conference A: Computer Vision and Applications, Proceedings. :599-602.
Huang L, Aloimonos Y.  1991.  Relative depth from motion using normal flow: an active and purposive solution. Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on Visual Motion, 1991. :196-204.
Spetsakis ME, Aloimonos Y.  1989.  Optimal motion estimation. Workshop on Visual Motion, 1989.,Proceedings. :229-237.
Spetsakis ME, Aloimonos Y.  1988.  Optimal Computing Of Structure From Motion Using Point Correspondences In Two Frames. Proceedings of Second International Conference on Computer Vision. :449-453.
Ito E, Aloimonos Y.  1987.  Determining three dimensional transformation parameters from images: Theory. 1987 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Proceedings. 4:57-61.