Volume 27 (2019)
Shum, Hubert P. H.
Triplet Loss with Channel Attention for Person Re-identification
The triplet loss function has seen extensive use within person re-identification. Most works focus on either improving the mining algorithm or adding new terms to the loss function itself. Our work instead concentrates on two other core components of the triplet loss that have ...
Identification of stereo rig alignment error based on vertical disparity map
Poor quality of 3D video content can lead to headache, blurry vision and overall exhaustive experience for the viewer. To ensure quality and comfortable 3D experience for the end consumer, common production errors must be detected and corrected. Vertical disparity is one of these...
Annotations for Geospatial Decision Support Systems
In virtual 3D environments, it is easy to lose orientation while navigating or changing the view with zooming and panning operations. In the real world, annotated maps are an established tool to orient oneself in large and unknown environments. The use of annotations and landm...
Lykke, Jesper Rask
Olsen, August Birk
Bærentzen, J. Andreas
Frisvad, Jeppe Revall
Accounting for Object Weight in Interaction Design for Virtual Reality
Interaction design for virtual reality (VR) rarely takes the weight of an object – let alone its moment of inertia –into account. This clearly reduces user immersion and could lead to a break-in-presence. In this work, we propose methods for providing a higher fidelity in ...
Hauenstein, Jacob D.
Newman, Timothy S.
Exhibition and Evaluation of Two Schemes for Determining
Advancements in methodologies for determining 3-dimensional manifold (hypersurface) curvature in volumetric data are presented. Such determinations are requisite in certain shape-based visualization and analysis tasks. The methods explored here are convolution-based approaches. In addition to motivating and des...
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