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Hybrid method based on topography for robust detection of iris center and eye corners
A multistage procedure to detect eye features is presented. Multiresolution and topographic classification are used to detect the iris center. The eye corner is calculated combining valley detectionExpand
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A novel 2D/3D database with automatic face annotation for head tracking and pose estimation
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A new public database of videos for head tracking and pose estimation is presented in this paper with the goal of establishing a new framework for algorithm validation, replacing out of date frameworks. Expand
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A fully on-line adaptive BCI
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A viable fully on-line adaptive brain computer interface (BCI) is introduced. Expand
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A Novel Gaze Estimation System With One Calibration Point
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This paper demonstrates the minimal number of cameras, light sources, and user calibration points needed to solve for gaze estimation and proposes a model based on a single calibration point. Expand
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Taxonomic study of polynomial regressions applied to the calibration of video-oculographic systems
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We study the calibration process of gaze tracking systems based on general purpose mapping methods and evaluate the validity of several conventional assumptions. Expand
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Models for Gaze Tracking Systems
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We explore the elements of a video-oculographic system, that is, eye, camera, lighting, and so forth, from a purely mathematical and geometrical point of view. Expand
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Near Real-Time Stereo Matching Using Geodesic Diffusion
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In this paper, we present a novel aggregation method inspired by the anisotropic diffusion technique used in image filtering. Expand
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Linear stereo matching
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This paper proposes a novel cost aggregation step with complexity independent of the window size (i.e. O(1)) that outperforms state-of-the-art stereo matching algorithms. Expand
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Evaluation of pupil center-eye corner vector for gaze estimation using a web cam
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In this paper, a thorough study has been carried out to evaluate pupil (iris) center-eye corner vector as feature for gaze estimation based on interpolation methods in low cost eye tracking, as it is partially equivalent to the pupil center-corneal reflection (PC-CR) vector. Expand
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Gaze Estimation Interpolation Methods Based on Binocular Data
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A study of how binocular information can improve a gaze tracking system's accuracy and tolerance to user head movements is carried out. Expand
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