Brandon RichardWebster
Brandon RichardWebster
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Notre Dame
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Psyphy: A psychophysics driven evaluation framework for visual recognition
B RichardWebster, SE Anthony, WJ Scheirer
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 41 (9), 2280-2286, 2018
Report on the BTAS 2016 video person recognition evaluation
WJ Scheirer, PJ Flynn, C Ding, G Guo, V Struc, M Al Jazaery, K Grm, ...
2016 IEEE 8th International Conference on Biometrics Theory, Applications …, 2016
To frontalize or not to frontalize: Do we really need elaborate pre-processing to improve face recognition?
S Banerjee, J Brogan, J Krizaj, A Bharati, BR Webster, V Struc, PJ Flynn, ...
2018 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), 20-29, 2018
Bridging the gap between computational photography and visual recognition
RG VidalMata, S Banerjee, B RichardWebster, M Albright, P Davalos, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.09482, 2019
Visual psychophysics for making face recognition algorithms more explainable
B RichardWebster, S Yon Kwon, C Clarizio, SE Anthony, WJ Scheirer
Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), 252-270, 2018
A neurobiological evaluation metric for neural network model search
N Blanchard, J Kinnison, B RichardWebster, P Bashivan, WJ Scheirer
Proceedings of the ieee conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2019
Automated detection of latency tracks in microneurography recordings using track correlation
B Turnquist, B RichardWebster, B Namer
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 262, 133-141, 2016
Bridging the Gap Between Computational Photography and Visual Recognition
W Scheirer, R VidalMata, S Banerjee, B RichardWebster, M Albright, ...
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 2020
A Neurobiological Evaluation Metric for Neural Network Model Search: Supplemental Material
N Blanchard, J Kinnison, B RichardWebster, P Bashivan, WJ Scheirer
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