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- Peter M. Hall, A. David Marshall, Ralph R. Martin
- BMVC
- 1998

Eigenspace models are a convenient way to represent sets of observations with widespread applications, including classification. In this paper we describe a new constructive method for incrementally adding observations to an eigenspace model. Our contribution is to explicitly account for a change in origin as well as a change in the number of eigenvectors… (More)

- Peter M. Hall, A. David Marshall, Ralph R. Martin
- IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.
- 2000

We present new deterministic methods that given two eigenspace models, each representing a set of n-dimensional observations will: (1) merge the models to yield a representation of the union of the sets; (2) split one model from another to represent the difference between the sets; as this is done, we accurately keep track of the mean. These methods are… (More)

- Iain Milne, Micha Bayer, +4 authors A. David Marshall
- Bioinformatics
- 2010

SUMMARY
Tablet is a lightweight, high-performance graphical viewer for next-generation sequence assemblies and alignments. Supporting a range of input assembly formats, Tablet provides high-quality visualizations showing data in packed or stacked views, allowing instant access and navigation to any region of interest, and whole contig overviews and data… (More)

- Iain Milne, Gordon Stephen, +5 authors A. David Marshall
- Briefings in Bioinformatics
- 2013

The advent of second-generation sequencing (2GS) has provided a range of significant new challenges for the visualization of sequence assemblies. These include the large volume of data being generated, short-read lengths and different data types and data formats associated with the diversity of new sequencing technologies. This article illustrates how… (More)

- Peter M. Hall, A. David Marshall, Ralph R. Martin
- Image Vision Comput.
- 2002

This paper provides algorithms for adding and subtracting eigenspaces, thus allowing for incremental updating and downdating of data models. Importantly, and unlike previous work, we keep an accurate track of the mean of the data, which allows our methods to be used in classification applications. The result of adding eigenspaces, each made from a set of… (More)

- Greg D. Parker, A. David Marshall, Paul L. Rosin, N. Drage, Stephen Richmond, D. K. Jones
- NeuroImage
- 2013

Diffusion weighted (DW) MRI facilitates non-invasive quantification of tissue microstructure and, in combination with appropriate signal processing, three-dimensional estimates of fibrous orientation. In recent years, attention has shifted from the diffusion tensor model, which assumes a unimodal Gaussian diffusion displacement profile to recover fibre… (More)

- A. David Marshall, Gábor Lukács, Ralph R. Martin
- IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.
- 2001

ÐThis paper addresses a common problem in the segmentation of range images. We would like to identify and fit surfaces of known type wherever these are a good fit. This paper presents methods for the least-squares fitting of spheres, cylinders, cones, and tori to 3D point data, and their application within a segmentation framework. Least-squares fitting of… (More)

- Malcolm J. Beynon, Darren Cosker, A. David Marshall
- Expert Syst. Appl.
- 2001

- Yulia Hicks, Peter M. Hall, A. David Marshall
- BMVC
- 2000

We propose a novel hierarchical model of human dynamics for view independent tracking of the human body in monocular video sequences. The model is trained using real data from a collection of people. Kinematics are encoded using Hierarchical Principal Component Analysis, and dynamics are encoded using Hidden Markov Models. The top of the hierarchy contains… (More)

This paper considers a problem arising in the reverse engineering of boundary representation solid models from three-dimensional depth maps of scanned objects. In particular, we wish to identify and fit surfaces of known type wherever these are a good fit, and we briefly outline a segmentation strategy for deciding to which surface type the depth points… (More)