Follow
Edgar F. Roman-Rangel
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Building hierarchical representations for oracle character and sketch recognition
J Guo, C Wang, E Roman-Rangel, H Chao, Y Rui
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 25 (1), 104-118, 2015
692015
Analyzing ancient maya glyph collections with contextual shape descriptors
E Roman-Rangel, C Pallan, JM Odobez, D Gatica-Perez
International Journal of Computer Vision 94, 101-117, 2011
642011
Fig plant segmentation from aerial images using a deep convolutional encoder-decoder network
J Fuentes-Pacheco, J Torres-Olivares, E Roman-Rangel, S Cervantes, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (10), 1157, 2019
452019
Searching the past: an improved shape descriptor to retrieve maya hieroglyphs
E Roman-Rangel, C Pallan Gayol, JM Odobez, D Gatica-Perez
Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Multimedia, 163-172, 2011
282011
Analytically Tuned Simulated Annealing Applied to the Protein Folding Problem
J Frausto-Solis, E Román, D Romero, X Soberon, E Liñán-García
Computational Science–ICCS 2007, 370-377, 2007
282007
Inductive t-SNE via deep learning to visualize multi-label images
E Roman-Rangel, S Marchand-Maillet
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 81, 336-345, 2019
242019
Convolutional neural Network–Component transformation (CNN–CT) for confirmed COVID-19 cases
J Frausto-Solís, LJ Hernández-González, JJ González-Barbosa, ...
Mathematical and Computational Applications 26 (2), 29, 2021
232021
Retrieving ancient maya glyphs with shape context
E Roman-Rangel, C Pallan, JM Odobez, D Gatica-Perez
2009 IEEE 12th International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops, ICCV …, 2009
192009
Classification and retrieval of archaeological potsherds using histograms of spherical orientations
E Roman-Rangel, D Jimenez-Badillo, S Marchand-Maillet
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) 9 (3), 1-23, 2016
172016
Shape-based detection of maya hieroglyphs using weighted bag representations
E Roman-Rangel, S Marchand-Maillet
Pattern Recognition 48 (4), 1161-1173, 2015
152015
Evaluating shape descriptors for detection of maya hieroglyphs
E Roman-Rangel, JM Odobez, D Gatica-Perez
Pattern Recognition: 5th Mexican Conference, MCPR 2013, Querétaro, Mexico …, 2013
132013
Stopwords detection in bag-of-visual-words: The case of retrieving maya hieroglyphs
E Roman-Rangel, S Marchand-Maillet
New Trends in Image Analysis and Processing–ICIAP 2013: ICIAP 2013 …, 2013
112013
Classification of 3D archaeological objects using multi-view curvature structure signatures
M Canul-Ku, R Hasimoto-Beltran, D Jiménez-Badillo, S Ruiz-Correa, ...
IEEE Access 7, 3298-3313, 2018
92018
Categorization of Aztec potsherds using 3D local descriptors
E Roman-Rangel, D Jimenez-Badillo, E Aguayo-Ortiz
Computer Vision-ACCV 2014 Workshops: Singapore, Singapore, November 1-2 …, 2015
92015
Hoosc128: A more robust local shape descriptor
E Roman-Rangel, S Marchand-Maillet
Pattern Recognition: 6th Mexican Conference, MCPR 2014, Cancun, Mexico, June …, 2014
92014
Assessing sparse coding methods for contextual shape indexing of Maya hieroglyphs
E Roman-Rangel, JM Odobez, D Gatica-Perez
Journal of Multimedia 7 (2), 179-192, 2012
92012
Gulcan Can, Stephane Marchand-Maillet, Rui Hu, Carlos Pallan Gayol, Guido Krempel, Jakub Spotak, Jean-Marc Odobez, and Daniel Gatica-Perez. 2016. Transferring Neural …
E Roman-Rangel
ECCV Workshop on Computer Vision for Art Analysis 10, 978-3, 0
8
Incremental learning for property price estimation using location-based services and open data
F Alvarez, E Roman-Rangel, LV Montiel
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 107, 104513, 2022
72022
Indexing Mayan hieroglyphs with neural codes
E Roman-Rangel, S Marchand-Maillet
2016 23rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR), 253-258, 2016
72016
Quantifying the invariance and robustness of permutation-based indexing schemes
S Marchand-Maillet, E Roman-Rangel, H Mohamed, F Nielsen
Similarity Search and Applications: 9th International Conference, SISAP 2016 …, 2016
62016
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20