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Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1992.  Tracking facilitates 3-D motion estimation. Biological Cybernetics. 67(3):259-268.
Fermüller C, Brodsky T, Aloimonos Y.  1999.  Motion Segmentation: A Synergistic Approach. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, IEEE Computer Society Conference on. 2:2226-2226.
Fermüller C, Kropatsch W.  1994.  A syntactic approach to scale-space-based corner description. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. 16(7):748-751.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  2001.  Geometry of Eye Design: Biology and Technology. Multi-Image Analysis. 2032:22-38.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1998.  On the geometry of visual correspondence. Technical Reports of the Computer Science Department.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  2001.  Statistics Explains Geometrical Optical Illusions. Foundations of Image UnderstandingFoundations of Image Understanding. 628:409-445.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1995.  Global rigidity constraints in image displacement fields. Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Computer Vision, 1995. :245-250.
Fermüller C.  1993.  Global 3D motion estimation. , 1993 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1993. Proceedings CVPR '93. :415-421.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1998.  Ambiguity in Structure from Motion: Sphere versus Plane. International Journal of Computer Vision. 28(2):137-154.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y, Baker P, Pless R, Neumann J, Stuart B.  2000.  Multi-camera networks: eyes from eyes. IEEE Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, 2000. Proceedings. :11-18.
Fermüller C.  1995.  Perception of 3D Motion through Patterns of Visual Motion..
Fermüller C, Pless R, Aloimonos Y.  2000.  The Ouchi illusion as an artifact of biased flow estimation. Vision Research. 40(1):77-95.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  2000.  The statistics of optical flow: implications for the process of correspondence in vision. 15th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 2000. Proceedings. 1:119-126vol.1-119-126vol.1.
Fermüller C, Cheong LF, Aloimonos Y.  1995.  3D motion representations in visual servo control. Proceedings of International Symposium on Computer Vision, 1995. :61-66.
Fermüller C, Cheong LF, Aloimonos Y.  1998.  3D motion and shape representations in visual servo control. The International Journal of Robotics Research. 17(1):4-4.
Fermüller C, Pless R, Aloimonos Y.  1997.  Families of Stationary Patterns Producing Illusory Movement: Insights into the Visual System. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological SciencesProc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 264(1383):795-806.
Fermüller C, Ji H.  2005.  On the Anisotropy in the Perception of Stereoscopic Slant. Journal of VisionJ Vis. 5(8):516-516.
Fermüller C.  2003.  Statistical Bias Predicts Many Illusions. Journal of VisionJ Vis. 3(9):636-636.
Fermüller C, Pless R, Aloimonos Y.  1999.  Statistical biases in optic flow. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1999. IEEE Computer Society Conference on.. 1:566Vol.1-566Vol.1.
Fermüller C, Ji H, Kitaoka A.  2010.  Illusory motion due to causal time filtering. Vision research. 50(3):315-329.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1998.  What is computed by structure from motion algorithms? Computer Vision — ECCV'98. 1406:359-375.
Fermüller C.  1996.  Algorithm-Independent Stability Analysis of Structure from Motion..
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y, Cheong L.  1996.  Interaction between 3D Shape and Motion: Theory and Applications.
Fermüller C.  1995.  Passive navigation as a pattern recognition problem. International Journal of Computer Vision. 14(2):147-158.
Fermüller C, Aloimonos Y.  1993.  The role of fixation in visual motion analysis. International Journal of Computer Vision. 11(2):165-186.