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T. Cootes, C. Beeston, G. J. Edwards, and C. Taylor.
A unified framework for atlas matching using active appearance models.
In 16th Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging, page (Submitted), 1999.

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T. Cootes, G. J. Edwards, and C. J. Taylor.
Active appearance models.
In H.Burkhardt and B. Neumann, editors, 5th European Conference on Computer Vision, volume 2, pages 484-498. Springer, 1998.

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T. Cootes, G. J. Edwards, and C. J. Taylor.
A comparative evaluation of active appearance model algorithms.
In P. Lewis and M. Nixon, editors, 9th British Machine Vison Conference, volume 2, pages 680-689, Southampton, UK, Sept. 1998. BMVA Press.

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T. Cootes and C. Taylor.
A mixture model for representing shape variation.
Image and Vision Computing, page to Appear.

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G. Edwards, C. J. Taylor, and T. F. Cootes.
Interpreting face images using active appearance models.
In 3rd International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition 1998, pages 300-305, Japan, 1998.

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G. Edwards, C. J. Taylor, and T. F. Cootes.
Learning to identify and track faces in image sequences.
In 3rd International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition 1998, pages 260-265, Japan, 1998.

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G. J. Edwards, C. J. Taylor, and T. Cootes.
Face recognition using the active appearance model.
In H.Burkhardt and B. Neumann, editors, 5th European Conference on Computer Vision, volume 2, pages 581-695. Springer, 1998.

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K. N. Walker, T. Cootes, , and C. J. Taylor.
Locating salient object features.
In P. Lewis and M. Nixon, editors, 9th British Machine Vison Conference, volume 2, pages 557-566, Southampton, UK, Sept. 1998. BMVA Press.

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K. N. Walker, T. F. Cootes, and C. J. Taylor.
Locating salient facial features using image invariants.
In 3rd International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition 1998, pages 242-247, Japan, 1998.



Tim Cootes
12/22/1998