1. I.Overington and A.E.Ritz (1984), “Simple fragmentary feature coding in primate vision.” 7th European conference on visual perception, Cambridge, England. 31st August – 3rd September.

2. A.E.Ritz, G.D.Sullivan and K.D.Baker (1988), “Model-Based Vision using a planar representation of viewpoint.” Proceedings of the ALVEY Vision Conference.

3. C.Angelikaki, A.E.Ritz and D.Mason (1990). “Finding reliable edges in remotely sensed images”. NERC 1989 Airborne Campaign Workshop, pp 35-43, November 1990.

4. J.Zbigniew, J.Kowalik, A.Wrobel, and A.E.Ritz (1996), “Why does the brain need to be a non-linear system?”. Commentary on Wright and Liley: “Dynamics of the brain at global and microscopic scales”. In Behavioural and Brain Sciences 19:2.

5. A.E.Ritz, (1999), “Deformable Convolution Kernels – A computational Framework for the Extraction of High Resolution Pattern and Form.” VI Symposium in audio techniques, Warsaw, Poland.

6. W.Klonowski, W.Jernajczyk, K.Niedzielska, A.E.Ritz, and R.Stêpieñ, (1999). “Quantitative measure of complexity of EEG signal dynamics.” Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 59, pp315-321.

7. A.E.Ritz, (2000), “The Application of Viewpoint Reasoning to Computational Vision.” Proceedings of the conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia – STM2000. Lodz, Poland.

8. A.E.Ritz, (2000), “The Differential Geometry of Images – A computational approach based on deformable derivative filters”. Proceedings of the Conference on Multimedia Techniques in Audio and Video. Warsaw, Poland

9. A.E. Ritz (2001). “The extraction of Geometric Structure with Deformable Derivative Filters”. Proceedings of the 8th symposium on new techniques in audio and video, Warsaw, Poland.
Internal Reports

9. A.E.Ritz. “IMEX, An Experimental Image Understanding System.” BAe., Filton, report no. JS 10029.

10. J.B.Bell and A.E.Ritz, “SRC Final report to RSRE on Image Processing Methods”. British Aerospace Filton.

11. A.E.Ritz and I.Overington. “Fragmentary feature information as a basis for form perception.” British Aerospace, Filton, JS 10234.

12. C.Angelikaki and A.E.Ritz. “Initial Experiments on shape description in outdoor scenes.” ALVEY Report: TR/RDGU/011288, Dept of Computer Science, Reading University, Dec. 1988.

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