Mark Shortis
Mark Shortis
Professor RMIT University
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TitleCited byYear
Comparison of some techniques for the subpixel location of discrete target images
MR Shortis, TA Clarke, T Short
Videometrics III 2350, 239-250, 1994
A system for stereo-video measurement of sub-tidal organisms
E Harvey, M Shortis
Marine technology society journal 29 (4), 10-22, 1995
Estimation of reef fish length by divers and by stereo-video: a first comparison of the accuracy and precision in the field on living fish under operational conditions
E Harvey, D Fletcher, M Shortis
Fisheries Research 57 (3), 255-265, 2002
A comparison of underwater visual distance estimates made by scuba divers and a stereo-video system: implications for underwater visual census of reef fish abundance
E Harvey, D Fletcher, MR Shortis, GA Kendrick
Marine and Freshwater Research 55 (6), 573-580, 2004
A comparison of the precision and accuracy of estimates of reef-fish lengths determined visually by divers with estimates produced by a stereo-video system
E Harvey, D Fletcher, M Shortis
Fishery Bulletin 99 (1), 63-63, 2001
Calibration stability of an underwater stereo-video system: implications for measurement accuracy and precision
ES Harvey, MR Shortis
Marine Technology Society Journal 32 (2), 3-17, 1998
Counting and measuring fish with baited video techniques-an overview
M Cappo, E Harvey, M Shortis
Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop Proceedings 1, 101-114, 2006
The accuracy and precision of underwater measurements of length and maximum body depth of southern bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) with a stereo–video camera system
E Harvey, M Cappo, M Shortis, S Robson, J Buchanan, P Speare
Fisheries Research 63 (3), 315-326, 2003
A comparison of the accuracy and precision of measurements from single and stereo-video systems
E Harvey, M Shortis, M Stadler, M Cappo
Marine Technology Society Journal 36 (2), 38-49, 2002
Improving the statistical power of length estimates of reef fish: a comparison of estimates determined visually by divers with estimates produced by a stereo-video system
E Harvey, D Fletcher, M Shortis
Fishery bulletin-national oceanic and atmospheric administration 99 (1), 72-80, 2001
A comparison of dense matching algorithms for scaled surface reconstruction using stereo camera rigs
AH Ahmadabadian, S Robson, J Boehm, M Shortis, K Wenzel, D Fritsch
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 78, 157-167, 2013
Photogrammetry: A powerful tool for geometric analysis of solar concentrators and their components
K Pottler, E Lu¨ pfert, GHG Johnston, MR Shortis
J. Sol. Energy Eng. 127 (1), 94-101, 2005
A review of underwater stereo-image measurement for marine biology and ecology applications
M Shortis, EHD Abdo
Oceanography and marine biology, 269-304, 2016
Design and calibration of an underwater stereo-video system for the monitoring of marine fauna populations
MR Shortis, ES Harvey
International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 32, 792-799, 1998
Photogrammetry methodology development for gossamer spacecraft structures
R Pappa, T Jones, J Black, A Walford, S Robson, M Shortis
43rd AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials …, 2002
Metric exploitation of still video imagery
CS Fraser, MR Shortis
The Photogrammetric Record 15 (85), 107-122, 1995
Multisensor system self-calibration
CS Fraser, MR Shortis, G Ganci
Videometrics IV 2598, 2-18, 1995
Principal point behaviour and calibration parameter models for Kodak DCS cameras
MR Shortis, S Robson, HA Beyer
The Photogrammetric Record 16 (92), 165-186, 1998
Influence of range, angle of view, image resolution and image compression on underwater stereo-video measurements: high-definition and broadcast-resolution video cameras compared
ES Harvey, J Goetze, B McLaren, T Langlois, MR Shortis
Marine Technology Society Journal 44 (1), 75-85, 2010
Practical testing of the precision and accuracy of target image centering algorithms
MR Shortis, TA Clarke, S Robson
Videometrics IV 2598, 65-76, 1995
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