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Jacobs DW, Weinshall D, Gdalyahu Y.  2000.  Classification with nonmetric distances: image retrieval and class representation. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on. 22(6):583-600.
Jacobs DW, Lindenbaum M, August J, Zucker SW, Ben-Shahar O, Zucker SW, Tuytelaars T, Turina A, Van Gool L, Mahamud S.  2003.  Special section on perceptual organization in computer vision.
Jacobs DW, Basri R.  1997.  3-D to 2-D recognition with regions. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1997. Proceedings., 1997 IEEE Computer Society Conference on. :547-553.
Jacobs DW.  2003.  BAYESIAN AND STATISTICAL APPROACHES TO VISION-Natural Image Statistics and Perceptual Inference-What makes viewpoint-invariant properties perceptually salient? Journal of the Optical Society of America-A-Optics Image Science and Vision. 20(7):1304-1320.
Jacobs DW.  2003.  Perceptual Completion and Memory. Perceptual organization in vision: behavioral and neural perspectivesPerceptual organization in vision: behavioral and neural perspectives. :403-403.
Jacobs DW, Weinshall D, Gdalyahu Y.  2000.  Class representation and image retrieval with non-metric distances. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI). 22(583-600):1-1.
Jacobs DW.  1996.  The space requirements of indexing under perspective projections. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on. 18(3):330-333.
Jacobs DW.  1993.  Recognizing 3-D objects using 2-D images.
Jacobs DW.  1997.  Linear fitting with missing data: applications to structure-from-motion and to characterizing intensity images. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1997. Proceedings., 1997 IEEE Computer Society Conference on. :206-212.
Jacobs DW.  2003.  What makes viewpoint-invariant properties perceptually salient? Journal of the Optical Society of America A. 20(7):1304-1320.

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