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WEDEKIND, Jan (2012). Efficient implementations of machine vision algorithms using a dynamically typed programming language. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

LOCKWOOD, A. J., WEDEKIND, Jan, GAY, R. S., BOBJI, M. S., AMAVASAI, B., HOWARTH, Martin, MÖBUS, G. and INKSON, B. J. (2010). Advanced transmission electron microscope triboprobe with automated closed-loop nanopositioning. Measurement Science and Technology, 21 (7), 075901.

WEDEKIND, Jan (2009). Computer Vision using Ruby and libJIT. In: RubyConf 2009, San Francisco, California.

WEDEKIND, J., AMAVASAI, B. P., DUTTON, K. and BOISSENIN, M. (2008). A machine vision extension for the Ruby programming language. In: Proceedings of the IEEE 2008 International Conference on Information and Automation, Zhangjiajie, China, 20-23 June 2008. 991-996.

BOISENIN, M, AMAVASAI, B. P., WEDEKIND, Jan and SAATCHI, Reza (2008). Shape information: using state-space to select a discriminative configuration of points. In: Proceedings of British Machine Vision Association and Society for Pattern Recognition Conference on Shape Representation and Perception, London, 5 November 2008. (Unpublished)

WEDEKIND, J., AMAVASAI, B. P. and DUTTON, K. (2007). Steerable filters generated with the hypercomplex dual-tree wavelet transform. In: IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (ICSPC 2007), Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 24-27 November 2007. IEEE, 1291-1294.

BOISSENIN, M., WEDEKIND, J., SELVAN, A. N., AMAVASAI, B. P., CAPARRELLI, F. and TRAVIS, J. R. (2007). Computer vision methods for optical microscopes. Image and Vision Computing, 25 (7), 1107-1116.

WEDEKIND, Jan, BOISSENIN, Manuel, AMAVASAI, Balasundram P., CAPARRELLI, Fabio and TRAVIS, Jon R. (2006). Object recognition and real-time tracking in microscope imaging. In: Proceedings of the 2006 Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference (IMVIP 2006). Dublin, Vision System Group, 164-171.

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