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Lengyel, A. (author)
Computer vision algorithms are getting more advanced by the day and slowly approach human-like capabilities, such as detecting objects in cluttered scenes and recognizing facial expressions. Yet, computers learn to perform these tasks very differently from humans. Where humans can generalize between different lighting conditions or geometric...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Warchocki, Jan (author)
In temporal action localization, given an input video, the goal is to predict which actions it contains, where they begin and where they end. Training and testing current state-of-the-art, deep learning models is done assuming access to large amounts of data and computational power. Gathering such data is however a challenging task and access to...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Gudi, A.A. (author)
Machines that interact with humans can do so better if they can also visually understand us, but they have limited resources to do so. The main topic of this dissertation is contrasting the use of resources by machine vision systems against the accuracy obtained by them. This thesis focuses on reducing the need for data, memory, and computation...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Saldanha, Nikhil (author)
A structured CNN filter basis allows incorporating priors about natural image statistics and thus require less training examples to learn, saving valuable annotation time. Here, we build on the Gaussian derivative CNN filter basis that learn both the orientation and scale of the filters. However, this Gaussian filter basis definition depends on...
master thesis 2021
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