Random sample consensus: a paradigm for model fitting with applications to image analysis and automated cartography
New results are derived on the minimum number of landmarks needed to obtain a solution, and algorithms are presented for computing these minimum-landmark solutions in closed form that provide the basis for an automatic system that can solve the Location Determination Problem under difficult viewing.
Contextual control of the extinction of conditioned fear
Epipolar-plane image analysis: An approach to determining structure from motion
- R. Bolles, H. Baker, D. Marimont
- Computer ScienceInternational Journal of Computer Vision
- 1 March 1987
This article describes the application of a technique for building a three-dimensional description of a static scene from a dense sequence of images, and shows how projective duality is used to extend the analysis to a wider class of camera motions and object types that include curved and moving objects.
Parametric Correspondence and Chamfer Matching: Two New Techniques for Image Matching
- H. Barrow, J. Tenenbaum, R. Bolles, H. C. Wolf
- Computer ScienceInternational Joint Conference on Artificial…
- 22 August 1977
The matching of image and map features is performed rapidly by a new technique, called "chamfer matching", that compares the shapes of two collections of shape fragments, at a cost proportional to linear dimension, rather than area.
A RANSAC-Based Approach to Model Fitting and Its Application to Finding Cylinders in Range Data
The technique is specifically designed to filter out gross errors before applying a smoothing procedure to compute a precise model in order to solve the problem of locating cylinders in range data.
Reinforcement, expectancy, and learning.
- R. Bolles
- 1 September 1972
Role of conditioned contextual stimuli in reinstatement of extinguished fear.
The results do not support the hypothesis that reinstatement results from an increment in the strength of a memory of the US that has been weakened during extinction, and problems inherent in controlling and detecting levels of context conditioning that may influence behavior toward nominal CSs are discussed.
A perceptual-defensive-recuperative model of fear and pain
A model of fear and pain is presented in which the two are assumed to activate totally different classes of behavior, and it is assumed that fear triggers the endorphin mechanism, thereby inhibiting pain motivation and recuperative behaviors that might compete with effective defensive behavior.
Species-specific defense reactions and avoidance learning.
- R. Bolles
The prevailing theories of avoidance learning and the procedures that are usually used to study it seem to be totally out of touch with what is known about how animals defend themselves in nature.…
A nonassociative aspect of overshadowing
A light overshadowed a noise in a conditioned fear paradigm and a high level of fear to the noise was found in rats that subsequently underwent extinction of the fear conditioned to the light.