· Yansheng Ming, Hongdong Li, Xuming He, Connected Contours: a new contour completion model that respects the closure effect, To appear in CVPR 2012 (ORAL). [acceptance rate is 2.5% , i.e. 48 papers accepted as oral, out of 1933 submissions.]New paper. 2012. (PDF preprint ) ( Yansheng is currently a first-year PhD student at ANU; Congratulations to Yansheng !)

· Yuchao Dai , Hongdong Li, Mingyi He, A simple prior-free method for non rigid structure from motion factorization, To appear in CVPR 2012 (ORAL). [acceptance rate is 2.5% , i.e. 48 papers accepted as oral, out of 1933 submissions.] New paper. 2012. (PDF preprint ) ( Yuchao was a CSC-funded visiting PhD student from China to ANU; Congratulations to Yuchao !); < Sidenote: updated on 29th Jun 2012 : this paper is the winner of “CVPR Best Paper Award”; Free Matlab source code will be released soon. >

· Worapan Kusakunniran, Qiang Wu, Jian Zhang, Hongdong Li, Multiple view transformation based approach to view-invariant human gait recognition, in IEEE-ICPR 2010, Best ICPR Student Paper Award (in Biometrics Track). ( Worapan is a Government funded PhD student with UNSW; Congratulations to Worapan ! ).

· Hongdong Li, Multi-view structure computation without explicitly estimating motion, (CVPR 2010 (ORAL) , acceptance rate is 4.8%, out of over 1500 submissions), IEEE CVPR 2010. (ORAL) < Preprint PDF >

· Worapan Kusakunniran, Q.Wu. J. Zhang, Hongdong Li, Support Vector Regression for View-invariant Gait Identification using View Transformation, IEEE CVPR 2010. (IEEE CVPR poster).

· Hongdong Li , Consensus Set Maximization with guaranteed global optimality for robust geometry estimation (Full paper in PDF), In ICCV 2009, Kyoto, 2009 [ Using global optimization for solving RANSAC-type outlier removal problems];

· Richard Hartley, Hongdong Li, “Five-point algorithm made easy—PAMI version”, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI), IEEE PAMI 2012. New paper. 2012.

· Hongdong Li, Two-view Motion Segmentation from Linear Programming Relaxation , 2007 <full paper in PDF>, in CVPR 2007 (ORAL) (Oral presentation at CVPR 07).

· Hongdong Li, Richard Hartley,The 3D-3D registration problem revisited,<full paper in PDF > , in Proceedings of ICCV 2007. ( This paper gives a branch and bound method for searching the rotation space and permutation space.)

· Hongdong Li, A Practical Algorithm for L-infinity Triangulation with Outliers , <Full in PDF>, in CVPR 2007. ( Revised version: Thanks Carl Olsson and Fredrik Kahl. Btw, personally I like this work @ CVPR 2007 very much ).

· Hongdong Li , Efficient Reduction for solving L_infinity Problems in Multiview Geometry (Full Paper preprint in PDF) . In CVPR 2009 , Miami, 2009. [CVPR09: Decompose a big convex optimization problem into a set of tiny basis sub-problems.]

· Yuchao Dai and Hongdong Li, MinyiHe, Element-wise Factorization for N-view Projective Reconstruction, <Full paper in PDF>. ECCV 2010. ( Yuchao DAI was my PhD student to ANU funded by CSC (Chinese Scholarship Council); well done! ).

· Hongdong Li, A simple solution to the six-point two-view focal-length algorithm, <Source code can be found in the paper PDF>, <full paper PDF>, in ECCV 2006, Graz. (very simple algorithm for an otherwise very complex problem).

· Y.Dai , H. Li, Richard Hartley, Rotation average with application to multi-camera rig calibration, ACCV 2009.

· H. Li, R. Hartley, J. Kim, A linear approach to motion estimation using generalized camera models, (preprint pdf, CVPR08) in IEEE CVPR 2008. [ Two-view motion estimation for Multi-camera rig system, or more general generalized camera models];

· Jae-hak Kim, H. Li, R.Hartley, Motion estimation for a multi-camera system using global optimization, in Proc. IEEE CVPR 2008. (Jae-hak was a PhD student at ANU, under the supervision of Prof. Hartley and me. Congratulations to Jae-hak!)

· Hongdong Li, Richard Hartley, A Non-iterative Method for Correcting Lens Distortion from Nine Point Correspondences, <full paper in PDF>, in Proc. OmniVis-05 (workshop in conjunction with ICCV-05 ), Beijing, 2005.

· Jae-Hak, Hongdong Li, Richard Hartley, Motion Estimation for Non-overlapping Multicamera Rigs: Linear Algebraic and L-infinity Geometric Solutions, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI), 2010. (IEEE T-PAMI is the most premier journal in computer science with impact factor of 5.96 last year.)

· John Lim, Nick Barnes, Hongdong Li, Estimating relative camera motion from the antipodal epipolar constraint, to appear on IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI) 2011, accept date: 21 Sep 2009. (IEEE T-PAMI is the most premier journal in computer science, with impact factor of 5.96 last year.)

· Di Yang, H .Li, Learning variable dimension RBF model for non-rigid shape modelling, ICCV Workshop, 2009 , Kyoto.

· Shen, Chunhua, Li, Hongdong, and Brooks, Michael J., Supervised Dimensionality Reduction via Sequential Semi-definite Programming<PDF>, Pattern Recognition, Elsevier,2008.

· Hongdong Li and Richard Hartley, Inverse Tensor Transfer with Applications to Novel View Synthesis and Multi-baseline Stereo, Signal Processing (Image Communication), Elsevier Publisher, Nov. 2006. doi:10.1016/j.image.2006.07.004

· Hongdong Li and Richard Hartley, A New conformal spherical Representations for 3D shapes, Pattern Recognition, an International Journal, Elsevier Publisher, 2007. DOI Bookmark: 10.1016/j.patcog.2007.01.021 (5-Year Impact Factor: 3.725).

· Hongdong Li and Chunhua Shen. Interactive color image segmentation with linear programming, Journal of Machine Vision and Applications (MVA), 2010 [Accepted: 15 September 2008, Published online: 24 October 2008].

· Wen, Z.Y.; Fraser, D.; Lambert, A.; Hongdong Li, Reconstruction of Underwater Image by Bispectrum., Image Processing, 2007. ICIP 2007. IEEE International Conference.

· H.Li and R.Hartley, Five-Point Motion Estimation Made Easy, <full paper in PDF>, IEEE-ICPR-2006. (describes a very simple five-point camera relative orientation algorithm.) <Matlab Source Code for the five-point solver is available here: MATLAB source code · 5-point and 6-point Essential matrix estimation (fast version) – based on a PAMI paper by Richard Hartley and Hongdong Li. It runs at a speed of 35--75 microseconds per frame on an Intel Core Duo 2.5Ghz laptop. ( Note: not millisecond but microseconds)> <If you are looking for my very old Matlab-Maple based implementation, please use the following link: 5-point- source-code-old- and- slow-version. Note: tested on Matlab 7.1 with Maple 8.0 installed>.

· An excellent webpage about minimal solvers in multi-view geometry can be found here at:

· Hongdong Li and RichardHartley, Plane-Based Calibration and Auto-calibration of a Fish-Eye Camera , Proc ACCV 2006, PDF (207.0 KB)

· Y.Zhang, L. Wang. R.Hartley, H.Li, Where is the WeetBix , <Online Demo System, NEW !> in Proc. ACCV 2007, Japan, 2007.

· Hongdong Li and Richard Hartley, A New conformal spherical Representations for 3D shapes, Pattern Recognition, vol-40, pp 2742-2753, 2007, Elsevier Publisher. <Full Version in PDF > (with some typos corrected, we wish to thank Keith Forbes for pointing out the typos).

· Hongdong Li, Chunhua Shen, An LMI Approach for Reliable PTZ Camera self-calibration, <full paper in PDF >, IEEE-AVSS'06. (This work was done in 2005. We submitted it in May 2007, and got acceptance notification in September 2006.)

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