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ECCV
2010
Springer
9 years 17 days ago
Recursive Coarse-to-Fine Localization for fast Object Detection
Cascading techniques are commonly used to speed-up the scan of an image for object detection. However, cascades of detectors are slow to train due to the high number of detectors a...
Marco Pedersoli, Jordi Gonzàlez, Andrew D. Bagdan...
ICPR
2006
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Object Localization Using Input/Output Recursive Neural Networks
Localizing objects in images is a difficult task and represents the first step to the solution of the object recognition problem. This paper presents a novel approach to the local...
Lorenzo Sarti, Marco Maggini, Monica Bianchini
ACCV
2010
Springer
8 years 4 months ago
Saliency Density Maximization for Object Detection and Localization
Accurate localization of the salient object from an image is a difficult problem when the saliency map is noisy and incomplete. A fast approach to detect salient objects from image...
Ye Luo, Junsong Yuan, Ping Xue, Qi Tian
SSIAI
2002
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Geometry-Based Automatic Object Localization and 3-D Pose Detection
Given the image of a real-world scene and a polygonal 3-D model of a depicted object, its apparent size, image coordinates, and 3-D orientation are autonomously detected. Based on...
Marcus A. Magnor
ICRA
2005
IEEE
258views Robotics» more  ICRA 2005»
9 years 2 months ago
Fast Line, Arc/Circle and Leg Detection from Laser Scan Data in a Player Driver
— A feature detection system has been developed for real-time identification of lines, circles and people legs from laser range data. A new method suitable for arc/circle detect...
João Xavier, Marco Pacheco, Daniel Castro, ...
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