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Welcome to Yang Ran's Home Page! Computer Vision, OpenCV Code ...
Jan 26, 2005 ... Welcome to Yang Ran's Home! My name is Yang Ran, or, in Chinese, the Rising Sun. I have obtained the Ph.D. degree in Dept. of Electrical and ...
Hao Wu's webpage
Hao Wu, Xiaoming liu, Gianfranco Doretto, “Face Alignment via Boosted Ranking Models”, IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern ...
Mohamed Hussein, Wael Abd-Almageed, Yang Ran and Larry Davis, “A Real-Time System for Human Detection, Tracking and Verification from a Moving Camera,” IEEE ...
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US Mail: Dr. Yaser Yacoob: Institute for Advanced Computer Studies - UMIACS: University of Maryland: College Park, MD 20742: o. Phone: (301) 405-6720 ...
Midterm CMSC426 October, 30, 2003 Figure 1: Image patch
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Figure 1: Image patch. (1) (10 pts) (a) For the image patch in Figure 1 at the pixel at the center (that is the pixel marked by the black square) apply the ...
A Method for Converting a Smiling Face to a Neutral Face with ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML We used the images in the FERET database that were in the frontal pose and with uniform illu- mination. The database contains neutral and smiling faces ...
Polydioptric Camera Design :: Influence of Field of View
The field of view of a camera determines how robustly we can estimate the 3D Motion of this camera. For example, the estimation for a small FOV camera is ...
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Azriel Rosenfeld
Azriel Rosenfeld on Sunday, February 22, 2004. Azriel's love of knowledge, his dedication to his research, students and the University, and the generosity ...
Human Motion Analysis
We present a compact characterization for human gait and activity subspace. Traditionally, activities are studied as signals in X-Y domain (images) or X-Y-t ...
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