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Real-world repetition estimation by div, grad and curl
TFH Runia, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
Proceedings of the IEEE conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2018
562018
Cloth in the wind: A case study of physical measurement through simulation
TFH Runia, K Gavrilyuk, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2020
352020
Repetition estimation
TFH Runia, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
International Journal of Computer Vision 127 (9), 1361-1383, 2019
232019
Find it if you can: end-to-end adversarial erasing for weakly-supervised semantic segmentation
E Stammes, TFH Runia, M Hofmann, M Ghafoorian
Thirteenth International Conference on Digital Image Processing (ICDIP 2021 …, 2021
122021
Subitizing with variational autoencoders
R Wever, TFH Runia
Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) Workshops, 0-0, 2018
42018
Video processing using a spectral decomposition layer
TFH Runia, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
US Patent 11,223,782, 2022
32022
Go with the flow: Perception-refined physics simulation
TFH Runia, K Gavrilyuk, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.07861, 2019
22019
High-Speed Object Detection: Design, Study and Implementation of a Detection Framework using Channel Features and Boosting
TFH Runia
22015
Video processing using a spectral decomposition layer
TFH Runia, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
US Patent 11,695,898, 2023
12023
Recurrent motion in vision
T Runia
Tom Runia, 2021
2021
Primitive Motion Types for Learning from Instructional Video
TFH Runia, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
Salt Lake CityCVPR 2018, 2018
2018
Imitation Learning-Based Task Completion with Drones
M van Rijn, TFH Runia
2017
High-Speed Object Detection
TFH Runia
2015
Cloth in the Wind
TFH Runia, K Gavrilyuk, CGM Snoek, AWM Smeulders
The System Design of a High-Speed Object Detector
TFH Runia, R Lukassen, L Zhang, M Loog
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