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Object recognition through reasoning about functionality
Bowyer, K., Sutton, M., & Stark, L. (2009). Object recognition through reasoning about functionality: A survey of related work. Object Categorization: Computer and Human Perspectives, 129-147.
Function-based generic recognition for multiple object categories
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1993). Function-based generic recognition for multiple object categories. Three Dimensional Object Recognition Systems Volume 1, 447-470.
Engaging faculty in the assessment process at the University of West Florida
El-Sheikh, E. M., Mbizo, J., Stanny, C. J., Stewart, G. L., Sutton, M. A., White, L. J., & Williams, M. H. (2010). Engaging faculty in the assessment process at the University of West Florida. Coming to Terms With Student Outcomes Assessment : Faculty and administrators’ Journeys to Integrating Assessment in Their Work and Institutional Culture, 178-190.
Image segmentation by fuzzy clustering
Sutton, M. A. (2009). Image segmentation by fuzzy clustering: Methods and Issues. Handbook of Medical Image Processing and Analysis, Second Edition, 91-111.
Imaging and communication in medical and public health infomatics
Sutton, M. A., Mbizo, J., Yoshihashi, A., & Hoyt, R. E. (2009). Imaging and communication in medical and public health infomatics: Current issues and emerging trends. Handbook of Medical Image Processing and Analysis, 895-907.
Exploiting context in function-based reasoning
Sutton, M. A., Stark, L., & Hughes, K. (2002). Exploiting context in function-based reasoning. Sensor Based Intelligent Robots, 357-373.
Function-based reasoning for goal-oriented image segmentation
Sutton, M. A., & Stark, L. (2008). Function-based reasoning for goal-oriented image segmentation. Towards Affordance-Based Robot Control, 159-172.
Image Processing in Medicine
Bezdek, J. C., & Sutton, M. A. (1999). Image Processing in Medicine. Practical Applications of Fuzzy Technologies, 363-416.
Chapter II: Related work
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1996). Chapter II: Related work. Generic Object Recognition Using Form & Function, 7-16.
Integrative and complementary medicine use in adults with chronic lower back pain, neck pain, and arthritis/musculoskeletal diseases
Mbizo, J., Okafor, A., Sutton, M. A., & Stone, L. M. (2019). Integrative and complementary medicine use in adults with chronic lower back pain, neck pain, and arthritis/musculoskeletal diseases. Bioactive Food As Dietary Interventions for Arthritis and Related Inflammatory Diseases, 37-49. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-813820-5.00003-9
Representing and reasoning about object functionality
Sutton, M. A., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. W. (1997). Representing and reasoning about object functionality: Towards an integrated approach. Intelligent Robots: Sensing, Modeling, and Planning, 180-197.
Chapter VI: The function-based analogy process
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1996). Chapter VI: The function-based analogy process. Generic Object Recognition Using Form & Function, 41-59.
Chapter VII: Recognition results for complete 3-D shapres
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1996). Chapter VII: Recognition results for complete 3-D shapres. Generic Object Recognition Using Form & Function, 61-66.
Chapter IV: The functional properties
Bennett, N., Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1996). Chapter IV: The functional properties. Generic Object Recognition Using Form & Function, 27-32.
Chapter V: The "Category Definition Tree"
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1996). Chapter V: The "Category Definition Tree". Generic Object Recognition Using Form & Function, 33-39.
Chapter III: The "Knowledge Primitives"
Sutton, M., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. (1996). Chapter III: The "Knowledge Primitives". Generic Object Recognition Using Form & Function, 17-26.