Publications

Papers

For a complete list of RCVLab papers, see Michael Greenspan’s Google Scholar profile.

Theses

[30] Hardik Uppal, “Attention and Depth Hallucination for RGB-D Face Recognition with Deep Learning”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 127 pages, May 2021.[29] Ghani O Lawal, “ProCam Calibration using Single Pose of 2D Planar Target”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 122 pages, December 2020.

[28] Iqbal Singh, “Observation Points based Multi-modal Fusion Systems for Skeleton Action Recognition”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 99 pages, December 2020.

[27] Joy Mazumder, “A Deep Learning Network for Validation of 3D Point Cloud Surface Registration”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 122 pages, September 2020.[26] Kevin Huang, “A One Shot Method For Estimating The Two Parameter Division Model Of Lens Radial Distortion Based On The Direct Linear Transformation”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 93 pages, September 2020.

[25] Avery Cole,¬†“Imperceptible Structured Light Projection Mapping for Augmented Reality”,¬†MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, October 2019.

[24] Yubo Qiu, “Efficient Structured Light Pattern Using Inverse Rectification”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, September 2019.

[23] Ian Maquignaz, Imperceptible Pattern Embedding: Structured Light Steganography For Augmented Reality Applications”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 252 pages, May 2019.

[22] Mustafa Muhammad, “New Algorithms for 3D Registration Using Raw Point Techniques”, PhD Thesis, School of Computing, Queen’s University, 127 pages, May 2018.

[21] Alexandra Wiseman,3D Object Recognition and Registration Using Minimalist Descriptors”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 88 pages, January 2018.

[20] Mirza Tahir Ahmed, “Virtual Interest Points”, PhD Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, February 2017.

[19] Edith Deretey, “Visual Localization in Underground Mines and Indoor Environments Using PnP”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 125 pages, January 2016.

[18] Joseph Lam, “Object Recognition by Registration of Repeatable 3D Interest Segments”, PhD Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 158 pages,  February 2015.

[17] Salar Sarwar Awan, “Object Class Recognition Using Global Shape Descriptors in 3D”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 79 pages, July 2014.

[16] Dwaipayan Sinha, “Image Retrieval Using Landmark Indexing for Indoor Navigation”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 100 pages, April 2014.

[15] Kevin Hughes, “Subspace Bootstrapping and Learning for Background Subtraction”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 98 pages, August 2013.

[14] Vivek Panwar, “Interest Point Sampling for Range Data Registration in Visual Odometry”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 136 pages, November 2011.

[13] Hong Li, “Model Based Segmentation and Recognition of Continuous Gestures”, PhD Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 101 pages,  September 2010.

[12] Sam Jordan, “Projector-Camera Calibration Using Gray Code Patterns”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 117 pages, June 2010.

[11] Yani Ioanou, “Automatic Urban Modelling Using Mobile Urban LIDAR Data”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 166 pages, February 2010.

[10] Limin Shang, “Real-Time Object Recognition in Sparse Range Images Using Error Surface Embedding”, PhD Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 121 pages,  January 2010.

[9] Michael Sweeney Belshaw, “A high-speed Iterative Closest Point tracker on an FPGA  platform”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 134 pages, July 2008.

[8] Joseph Lam, “Eye-in-Hand Visual Servoing to Improve Accuracy in Pool Robotics”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, 107 pages, Fall 2007.

[7] Will Leckie, “Continuous Domain Stochastic Search for Computational and Robotic Pool”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, Summer 2006.

[6] Eric Long, “Techniques for Planar Metric Rectification”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, Spring 2005.

[5] Shaobo Zhang, “A Variable Homography for Image Mosaicing”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, Winter 2005.

[4] Limin Shang, “Efficient Tracking in Sparse Range Data with the Bounded Hough Transform”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, Fall 2004.

[3] Ian Fraser, “Colour Indexing with Nonparametric Statistics”, MSc Thesis, School of Computing, Queen’s University, Fall 2004.

[2] Ingrid Wang, “Reconstruction of 3d Bone Data from CT Data”, MSc Thesis, School of Computing, Queen’s University, Spring 2004.

[1] Babak Taati, “A Dynamic Load Balancing Parallel Search for Enumerative Robot Motion Planning”, MASc Thesis, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Simon Fraser University, Fall 2002.