T.W. Calvert and S.H. Mah, " Choreographers as Animators: Systems to support composition of dance", in Interactive Computer Animation, N. Magnenat-Thalmann and D. Thalmann (eds), pp: 100-126, Prentice-Hall, 1996.

K. Amaya, A. Bruderlin and T. Calvert, "Emotion from Motion", Proc. Graphics Interface 96, 1996.

A. Bruderlin and T. Calvert, Knowledge Driven Interactive Animation of Human Running, Proc. Graphics Interface 96, 1996.

L. Harasim and T. Calvert, (1995). The Virtual University and continuing education for engineers. Proc. 6th World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education, Brazil.

Sang Mah, Tom Calvert and Peter Wavish, Building Behaviour-Based Animation Tools, Proc. 1995 IJCAI Conference, Montreal, 1995.

T. W. Calvert, and A.E. Chapman, "Analysis and Synthesis of Human Movement", in Handbook on Computer Vision, Vol. 2, T.Y. Young (ed), Academic Press, pp. 432-472, 1994 .S.H. Mah, T.W. Calvert and W. Havens, "A constraint-based reasoning framework for behavioural animation", Computer Graphics Forum, Vol(13), No. 5, pp. 315-324, 1994.

A. Bruderlin, C.G. Teo and T.W. Calvert, "Procedural movement for articulated figure animation", Computers and Graphics, 18:4, pp. 453-461, 1994.

L. Teles, L. Harasim and T. Calvert, (1994). "VIEW: An educational tool for the Information Highway". Ed-Media 94 Conference, Vancouver, June 1994.

A. Bruderlin and T. W. Calvert. Interactive animation of personalized human locomotion. In Proc. Graphics Interface 93, pages 17-23. Canadian Inf. Process. Soc., 1993.

T. Calvert, A. Bruderlin, S. Mah, T. Schiphorst, and C. Welman. The evolution of an interface for choreographers. In Proc. InterCHI Conference, pages 115-122, April 1993.

T.W. Calvert, A. Bruderlin, J.C. Dill T. Schiphorst and C. Welman, "Desktop animation of multiple human figures", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, May 1993.

J.S. Shieh and T.W. Calvert, "View and Route Planning for Patrol and Exploring Robots" Advanced Robotics, vol. 6, No. 4, 1992.

T.W. Calvert, C. Welman, S. Gaudet, T. Schiphorst and C. Lee, "Composition of Multiple Figure Sequences for Dance and Animation", The Visual Computer, vol. 7, pp 114-121, 1991.

A. Bruderlin and T.W. Calvert, "Animation of Human Gait", in Adaptability of Human Gait: Implications for the Control of Locomotion, (Advances in Psychology Series), A.E. Patla (ed), Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 305-330, 1991.

J. Chapman, T. W. Calvert, and J. Dill. Spatio-temporal coherence in ray tracing. In Proc. Graphics Interface 91, pages 101-108. Canadian Inf. Process. Soc., June 1991.

T.W. Calvert, "Composition of Realistic Animation Sequences for Multiple Human Figures", in Making them Move: Mechanics, Control and Animation of Articulated Figures, B. Barsky, N. Badler and D. Zeltzer (eds), Morgan and Kaufmann, pp. 35-50,1990.

T. Schiphorst, T. Calvert, C. Lee, C. Welman, and S. Gaudet. Tools for interaction with the creative process of composition. In Proc. CHI 90, pages 167-174, Seattle, April 1990.

C. L. Morawetz and T. Calvert. A framework for goal-directed human animation with secondary movement. In Proc. Graphics Interface 90, pages 60-67. Canadian Inf. Process. Soc., May 1990.

A. Bruderlin and T. Calvert. Goal-directed dynamic animation of human walking. Computer Graphics, 23(3):233-242, 1989. (from Proc. ACM SIGGRAPH 89).

S. Gaudet, R. Hobson, P. Chilka, , and T. Calvert. A cost effective VLSI machine model for high speed ray tracing. ACM Trans. on Graphics, 7(2):151-179,July 1988.

S-E. Xie and T. Calvert. CSG-EESI: A new solid representation scheme and a conversion expert system. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 10:221-234, 1988.

T. Calvert. Towards a computer based language for human movement. Computers and the Humanities, 20(2):35-43, 1986.

T. Calvert, C. Lee, G. Ridsdale, S. Hewitt, and V. Tso. The interactive composition of scores for dance. Dance Notation Journal, 4(2):35-40, 1986.

A. E. Patla, T. Calvert, and R. B. Stein. A model of a pattern generator for locomotion in mammals. American Journal of Physiology, 248:R484-R494, 1985.

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