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feng, Clio (author)
Recently, while gaze estimation has gained a substantial improvement by using deep learning models, research had shown that neural networks are weak against adversarial attacks. Despite researchers has been done numerous on adversarial training, there are little to no studies on adversarial training in gaze estimation. Therefore, the objective...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Nguyen, Tan (author)
Gaze estimation holds significant importance in various applications. Pioneering research has demonstrated state-of-the-art performance in gaze estimation models by utilizing deep Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) and incorporating full facial images as input, instead of or in addition to solely using one or both eye images. Facial images...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Dijk, Jorn (author)
This study aims to provide insights in applying different data augmentation techniques to the input data of a convolutional neural network that estimates gaze. Gaze is used in numerous research domains for understanding and predicting emotions and actions from humans. Data augmentations consists of techniques to increase the size, variance and...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Penning, Thijs (author)
Gaze estimation is an important area of research used in a wide range of applications. However, existing models trained for gaze estimation often suffer from high computational costs. In this study, frequency domain channel selection techniques were explored to decrease these costs by reducing the size of the input data. The main research...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Reda, Yuji (author)
Badnets are a type of backdoor attack that aims at manipulating the behavior of Convolutional Neural Networks. The training is modified such that when certain triggers appear in the inputs the CNN is going to behave accordingly. In this paper, we apply this type of backdoor attack to a regression task on gaze estimation. We examine different...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Li, Xin (author)
Visual context plays a key role in many computer vision tasks, and performance of eye/gaze-tracking methods also benefit from it. However, the size of contextual information (e.g. full face image) is very large w.r.t the primary input i.e. cropped image of the eye. This adds large computational costs to the algorithm and makes it inefficient,...
master thesis 2019
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