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BMVC
2010
12 years 1 months ago
Local Gaussian Processes for Pose Recognition from Noisy Inputs
Gaussian processes have been widely used as a method for inferring the pose of articulated bodies directly from image data. While able to model complex non-linear functions, they ...
Martin Fergie, Aphrodite Galata
ICCV
1999
IEEE
12 years 7 months ago
Robust Estimation of Curvature Information from Noisy 3D Data for Shape Description
We describe an effective and novel approach to infer sign and direction of principal curvatures at each input site from noisy 3D data. Unlike most previous approaches, no local su...
Chi-Keung Tang, Gérard G. Medioni
NIPS
1992
12 years 4 months ago
Some Solutions to the Missing Feature Problem in Vision
In visual processing the ability to deal with missing and noisy information is crucial. Occlusions and unreliable feature detectors often lead to situations where little or no dir...
Subutai Ahmad, Volker Tresp
3DIM
2005
IEEE
12 years 9 months ago
Unsupervised 3D Object Recognition and Reconstruction in Unordered Datasets
This paper presents a system for fully automatic recognition and reconstruction of 3D objects in image databases. We pose the object recognition problem as one of ļ¬nding consist...
Matthew Brown, David G. Lowe
INTERSPEECH
2010
11 years 10 months ago
VAD-measure-embedded decoder with online model adaptation
We previously proposed a decoding method for automatic speech recognition utilizing hypothesis scores weighted by voice activity detection (VAD)-measures. This method uses two Gau...
Tasuku Oonishi, Koji Iwano, Sadaoki Furui
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