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In this thesis we examine the problem of Object Discovery, the autonomous acquisition of object models, using a combination of shape, appearance and motion. We propose a new technique for detecting rigidly moving objects and constructing models of their appearance and shape called the ODMAS (Object .Discovery through Motion, Appearance and Shape) system. Our technique is a multi-stage approach. First, a stereo camera is used to find a sequence of images and shape maps of a given scene. Then thedoi:10.14288/1.0051717 fatcat:fsbt6avvbzctdc3zeoewjvfcji