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*2008
89EEMinjoon Kouh, Tomaso Poggio: A Canonical Neural Circuit for Cortical Nonlinear Operations. Neural Computation 20(6): 1427-1451 (2008)
2007
88EEHueihan Jhuang, Thomas Serre, Lior Wolf, Tomaso Poggio: A Biologically Inspired System for Action Recognition. ICCV 2007: 1-8
87EEThomas Serre, Lior Wolf, Stanley M. Bileschi, Maximilian Riesenhuber, Tomaso Poggio: Robust Object Recognition with Cortex-Like Mechanisms. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 29(3): 411-426 (2007)
86EEBernd Heisele, Thomas Serre, Tomaso Poggio: A Component-based Framework for Face Detection and Identification. International Journal of Computer Vision 74(2): 167-181 (2007)
2006
85EEJerry Jun Yokono, Tomaso Poggio: A Multiview Face Identification Model With No Geometric Constraints. FG 2006: 493-498
84EETomaso Poggio: Neuroscience: New Insights for AI? ICDM / Web Intelligence / IAT 2006: 3-8
83EEUlf Knoblich, Jake V. Bouvrie, Tomaso Poggio: Biophysical Models of Neural Computation: Max and Tuning Circuits. WImBI 2006: 164-189
82EETomaso Poggio: Neuroscience: New Insights for AI? WImBI 2006: 32-35
81EESayan Mukherjee, Partha Niyogi, Tomaso Poggio, Ryan M. Rifkin: Learning theory: stability is sufficient for generalization and necessary and sufficient for consistency of empirical risk minimization. Adv. Comput. Math. 25(1-3): 161-193 (2006)
2005
80EEThomas Serre, Lior Wolf, Tomaso Poggio: Object Recognition with Features Inspired by Visual Cortex. CVPR (2) 2005: 994-1000
79EERodrigo Sigala, Thomas Serre, Tomaso Poggio, Martin A. Giese: Learning Features of Intermediate Complexity for the Recognition of Biological Motion. ICANN (1) 2005: 241-246
78EELenore Blum, Felipe Cucker, Tomaso Poggio, James Renegar, Michael Shub: Foreword. Foundations of Computational Mathematics 5(4): 349 (2005)
2004
77EETony Ezzat, Gadi Geiger, Tomaso Poggio: Trainable Videorealistic Speech Animation. FGR 2004: 57-66
76EEJerry Jun Yokono, Tomaso Poggio: Oriented Filters for Object Recognition: an Empirical Study. FGR 2004: 755-760
2003
75EEVolker Blanz, Curzio Basso, Tomaso Poggio, Thomas Vetter: Reanimating Faces in Images and Video. Comput. Graph. Forum 22(3): 641-650 (2003)
74EEBernd Heisele, Purdy Ho, Jane Wu, Tomaso Poggio: Face recognition: component-based versus global approaches. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 91(1-2): 6-21 (2003)
73EETheodoros Evgeniou, Massimiliano Pontil, Constantine Papageorgiou, Tomaso Poggio: Image Representations and Feature Selection for Multimedia Database Search. IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng. 15(4): 911-920 (2003)
72EEChikahito Nakajima, Massimiliano Pontil, Bernd Heisele, Tomaso Poggio: Full-body person recognition system. Pattern Recognition 36(9): 1997-2006 (2003)
71EEBernd Heisele, Thomas Serre, Sam Prentice, Tomaso Poggio: Hierarchical classification and feature reduction for fast face detection with support vector machines. Pattern Recognition 36(9): 2007-2017 (2003)
2002
70 Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Seong-Whan Lee, Tomaso Poggio, Christian Wallraven: Biologically Motivated Computer Vision Second International Workshop, BMCV 2002, Tübingen, Germany, November 22-24, 2002, Proceedings Springer 2002
69EEUlf Knoblich, Maximilian Riesenhuber, David J. Freedman, Earl K. Miller, Tomaso Poggio: Visual Categorization: How the Monkey Brain Does It. Biologically Motivated Computer Vision 2002: 273-281
68EEThomas Serre, Maximilian Riesenhuber, Jennifer Louie, Tomaso Poggio: On the Role of Object-Specific Features for Real World Object Recognition in Biological Vision. Biologically Motivated Computer Vision 2002: 387-397
67EEDirk Walther, Laurent Itti, Maximilian Riesenhuber, Tomaso Poggio, Christof Koch: Attentional Selection for Object Recognition – A Gentle Way. Biologically Motivated Computer Vision 2002: 472-479
66EEVinay P. Kumar, Tomaso Poggio: Recognizing Expressions by Direct Estimation of the Parameters of a Pixel Morphable Model. Biologically Motivated Computer Vision 2002: 519-527
65EETony Ezzat, Gadi Geiger, Tomaso Poggio: Trainable videorealistic speech animation. SIGGRAPH 2002: 388-398
64EETony Ezzat, Gadi Geiger, Tomaso Poggio: Trainable videorealistic speech animation. ACM Trans. Graph. 21(3): 388-398 (2002)
63EEAngela J. Yu, Martin A. Giese, Tomaso Poggio: Biophysiologically Plausible Implementations of the Maximum Operation. Neural Computation 14(12): 2857-2881 (2002)
2001
62EEBernd Heisele, Thomas Serre, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio: Component-based Face Detection. CVPR (1) 2001: 657-662
61EEBernd Heisele, Thomas Serre, Sayan Mukherjee, Tomaso Poggio: Feature Reduction and Hierarchy of Classifiers for Fast Object Detection in Video Images. CVPR (2) 2001: 18-24
60 Bernd Heisele, Purdy Ho, Tomaso Poggio: Face Recognition with Support Vector Machines: Global versus Component-based Approach. ICCV 2001: 688-694
59EEBernd Heisele, Thomas Serre, Massimiliano Pontil, Thomas Vetter, Tomaso Poggio: Categorization by Learning and Combining Object Parts. NIPS 2001: 1239-1245
58EEAnuj Mohan, Constantine Papageorgiou, Tomaso Poggio: Example-Based Object Detection in Images by Components. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 23(4): 349-361 (2001)
2000
57 Seong-Whan Lee, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Tomaso Poggio: Biologically Motivated Computer Vision, First IEEE International Workshop, BMVC 2000, Seoul, Korea, May 15-17, 2000, Proceedings Springer 2000
56EEMaximilian Riesenhuber, Tomaso Poggio: CBF: A New Framework for Object Categorization in Cortex. Biologically Motivated Computer Vision 2000: 1-9
55EEVinay P. Kumar, Tomaso Poggio: Learning-Based Approach to Real Time Tracking and Analysis of Faces. FG 2000: 96-101
54 Theodoros Evgeniou, Luis Pérez-Breva, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio: Bounds on the Generalization Performance of Kernel Machine Ensembles. ICML 2000: 271-278
53EEChikahito Nakajima, Norihiko Itoh, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio: Object Recognition and Detection by a Combination of Support Vector Machine and Rotation Invariant Phase Only Correlation. ICPR 2000: 4787-4790
52EEChikahito Nakajima, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio: People Recognition and Pose Estimation in Image Sequences. IJCNN (4) 2000: 189-196
51 Gert Cauwenberghs, Tomaso Poggio: Incremental and Decremental Support Vector Machine Learning. NIPS 2000: 409-415
50 Jason Weston, Sayan Mukherjee, Olivier Chapelle, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio, Vladimir Vapnik: Feature Selection for SVMs. NIPS 2000: 668-674
49EETheodoros Evgeniou, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio: Regularization Networks and Support Vector Machines. Adv. Comput. Math. 13(1): 1-50 (2000)
48 Constantine Papageorgiou, Tomaso Poggio: A Trainable System for Object Detection. International Journal of Computer Vision 38(1): 15-33 (2000)
47 Tony Ezzat, Tomaso Poggio: Visual Speech Synthesis by Morphing Visemes. International Journal of Computer Vision 38(1): 45-57 (2000)
46 Tomaso Poggio, Alessandro Verri: Introduction: Learning and Vision at CBCL. International Journal of Computer Vision 38(1): 5-7 (2000)
45 Martin A. Giese, Tomaso Poggio: Morphable Models for the Analysis and Synthesis of Complex Motion Patterns. International Journal of Computer Vision 38(1): 59-73 (2000)
44 Theodoros Evgeniou, Massimiliano Pontil, Tomaso Poggio: Statistical Learning Theory: A Primer. International Journal of Computer Vision 38(1): 9-13 (2000)
1999
43EEConstantine Papageorgiou, Tomaso Poggio: A Pattern Classification Approach to Dynamical Object Detection. ICCV 1999: 1223-1228
42 Constantine Papageorgiou, Tomaso Poggio: Trainable Pedestrian Detection. ICIP (4) 1999: 35-39
41 Tomaso Poggio, Christian R. Shelton: Machine Learning, Machine Vision, and the Brain. AI Magazine 20(3): 37-55 (1999)
40EEBenny Rachlevsky-Reich, Israel Ben-Shaul, Nicholas Tung Chan, Andrew W. Lo, Tomaso Poggio: GEM: A Global Electronic Market System. Inf. Syst. 24(6): 495-518 (1999)
1998
39EETony Ezzat, Tomaso Poggio: MikeTalk: A Talking Facial Display Based on Morphing Visemes. CA 1998: 96-102
38EEMichael J. Jones, Tomaso Poggio: Hierarchical Morphable Models. CVPR 1998: 820-826
37 Constantine Papageorgiou, Michael Oren, Tomaso Poggio: A General Framework for Object Detection. ICCV 1998: 555-562
36 Michael J. Jones, Tomaso Poggio: Multidimensional Morphable Models. ICCV 1998: 683-688
35EEKah Kay Sung, Tomaso Poggio: Example-Based Learning for View-Based Human Face Detection. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 20(1): 39-51 (1998)
34EERama Chellappa, Kunihiko Fukushima, Aggelos K. Katsaggelos, Sun-Yuan Kung, Yann LeCun, Nasser M. Nasrabadi, Tomaso Poggio: Guest Editorial Applications Of Artificial Neural Networks To Image Processing. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 7(8): 1093-1096 (1998)
33EEMichael J. Jones, Tomaso Poggio: Multidimensional Morphable Models: A Framework for Representing and Matching Object Classes. International Journal of Computer Vision 29(2): 107-131 (1998)
32 Tomaso Poggio, Federico Girosi: A Sparse Representation For Function Approximation. Neural Computation 10(6): 1445-1454 (1998)
1997
31 Tomaso Poggio: Image Representations for Visual Learning (Invited Paper). AVBPA 1997: 143
30EEMichael Oren, Constantine Papageorgiou, Pawan Sinha, Edgar Osuna, Tomaso Poggio: Pedestrian Detection Using Wavelet Templates. CVPR 1997: 193-
29EEThomas Vetter, Michael J. Jones, Tomaso Poggio: A bootstrapping algorithm for learning linear models of object classes. CVPR 1997: 40-46
28 Maximilian Riesenhuber, Tomaso Poggio: Just One View: Invariances in Inferotemporal Cell Tuning. NIPS 1997
27EEShai Avidan, Theodoros Evgeniou, Amnon Shashua, Tomaso Poggio: Image-based view synthesis by combining trilinear tensors and learning techniques. VRST 1997: 103-110
26EEThomas Vetter, Tomaso Poggio: Linear Object Classes and Image Synthesis From a Single Example Image. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 19(7): 733-742 (1997)
25EERoberto Brunelli, Tomaso Poggio: Template matching: matched spatial filters and beyond. Pattern Recognition 30(5): 751-768 (1997)
1996
24EEThomas Vetter, Tomaso Poggio: Image Synthesis from a Single Example Image. ECCV (1) 1996: 652-659
23EETony Ezzat, Tomaso Poggio: Facial Analysis and Synthesis Using Image-Based Models. FG 1996: 116-121
22EEEmanuela Bricolo, Tomaso Poggio, Nikos Logothetis: 3D Object Recognition: A Model of View-Tuned Neurons. NIPS 1996: 41-47
1995
21 Tomaso Poggio, Kah Kay Sung: Finding Human Faces with a Gaussian Mixture Distribution-Based Face Model. ACCV 1995: 437-446
20 Kah Kay Sung, Tomaso Poggio: Learning Human Face Detection in Cluttered Scenes. CAIP 1995: 432-439
19EEDavid Beymer, Tomaso Poggio: Face Recognition from One Example View. ICCV 1995: 500-507
18EEMichael J. Jones, Tomaso Poggio: Model-Based Matching of Line Drawings by Linear Combinations of Prototypes. ICCV 1995: 531-536
17EENicola Ancona, Tomaso Poggio: Optical flow from 1-D correlation: Application to a simple time-to-crash detector. International Journal of Computer Vision 14(2): 131-146 (1995)
1994
16EEBir Bhanu, Tomaso Poggio: Introduction to the Special Section on Learning in Computer Vision. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 16(9): 865 (1994)
1993
15EEBenjamin W. Wah, Thomas S. Huang, Aravind K. Joshi, Dan I. Moldovan, Yiannis Aloimonos, Ruzena Bajcsy, Dana H. Ballard, Doug DeGroot, Kenneth DeJong, Charles R. Dyer, Scott E. Fahlman, Ralph Grishman, Lynette Hirschman, Richard E. Korf, Stephen E. Levinson, Daniel P. Miranker, N. H. Morgan, Sergei Nirenburg, Tomaso Poggio, Edward M. Riseman, Craig Stanfil, Salvatore J. Stolfo, Steven L. Tanimoto, Charles C. Weems: Report on Workshop on High Performance Computing and Communications for Grand Challenge Applications: Computer Vision, Speech and Natural Language Processing, and Artificial Intelligence. IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng. 5(1): 138-154 (1993)
14EERoberto Brunelli, Tomaso Poggio: Face Recognition: Features Versus Templates. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 15(10): 1042-1052 (1993)
1992
13EERoberto Brunelli, Tomaso Poggio: Face Recognition through Geometrical Features. ECCV 1992: 792-800
12 Shimon Edelman, Tomaso Poggio: Bringing the Grandmother back into the Picture: A Memory-Based View of Object Recognition. IJPRAI 6(1): 37-61 (1992)
11EEJohn L. Wyatt, Craig Keast, Mark Seidel, David Standley, Berthold K. P. Horn, Tom Knight, Charles Sodini, Hae-Seung Lee, Tomaso Poggio: Analog VLSI systems for image acquisition and fast early vision processing. International Journal of Computer Vision 8(3): 217-230 (1992)
1991
10 Roberto Brunelli, Tomaso Poggio: HyperBF Networks for Real Object Recognition. IJCAI 1991: 1278-1285
9EECharles C. Weems, Christopher M. Brown, Jon A. Webb, Tomaso Poggio, John R. Kender: Parallel Processing in the DARPA Strategic Computing Vision Program. IEEE Expert 6(5): 23-38 (1991)
1990
8EEFederico Girosi, Tomaso Poggio, Bruno Caprile: Extensions of a Theory of Networks for Approximation and Learning. NIPS 1990: 750-756
1989
7EEAlessandro Verri, Tomaso Poggio: Motion Field and Optical Flow: Qualitative Properties. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 11(5): 490-498 (1989)
1988
6EEAnya C. Hurlbert, Tomaso Poggio: A Network for Image Segmentation Using Color. NIPS 1988: 297-304
5EETomaso Poggio, Harry Voorhees, Alan L. Yuille: A regularized solution to edge detection. J. Complexity 4(2): 106-123 (1988)
1987
4 Davi Geiger, Tomaso Poggio: An Optimal Scale for Edge Detection. IJCAI 1987: 745-748
3EETomaso Poggio, Anya C. Hurlbert: Learning a Color Algorithm from Examples. NIPS 1987: 622-631
1985
2EETomaso Poggio: Early vision: From computational structure to algorithms and parallel hardware. Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing 31(2): 139-155 (1985)
1984
1 Alan L. Yuille, Tomaso Poggio: Fingerprints Theorems. AAAI 1984: 362-365

Coauthor Index

1Yiannis Aloimonos [15]
2Nicola Ancona [17]
3Shai Avidan [27]
4Ruzena Bajcsy [15]
5Dana H. Ballard [15]
6Curzio Basso [75]
7Israel Ben-Shaul [40]
8David Beymer [19]
9Bir Bhanu [16]
10Stanley M. Bileschi [87]
11Volker Blanz [75]
12Lenore Blum [78]
13Jake V. Bouvrie [83]
14Emanuela Bricolo [22]
15Christopher M. Brown [9]
16Roberto Brunelli [10] [13] [14] [25]
17Heinrich H. Bülthoff [57] [70]
18Bruno Caprile [8]
19Gert Cauwenberghs [51]
20Nicholas Tung Chan [40]
21Olivier Chapelle [50]
22Rama Chellappa [34]
23Felipe Cucker [78]
24Doug DeGroot [15]
25Kenneth DeJong [15]
26Charles R. Dyer [15]
27Shimon Edelman [12]
28Theodoros Evgeniou [27] [44] [49] [54] [73]
29Tony Ezzat [23] [39] [47] [64] [65] [77]
30Scott E. Fahlman [15]
31David J. Freedman [69]
32Kunihiko Fukushima [34]
33Davi Geiger [4]
34Gadi Geiger [64] [65] [77]
35Martin A. Giese [45] [63] [79]
36Federico Girosi [8] [32]
37Ralph Grishman [15]
38Bernd Heisele [59] [60] [61] [62] [71] [72] [74] [86]
39Lynette Hirschman [15]
40Purdy Ho [60] [74]
41Berthold K. P. Horn [11]
42Thomas S. Huang [15]
43Anya C. Hurlbert [3] [6]
44Norihiko Itoh [53]
45Laurent Itti [67]
46Hueihan Jhuang [88]
47Michael J. Jones [18] [29] [33] [36] [38]
48Aravind K. Joshi [15]
49Aggelos K. Katsaggelos [34]
50Craig Keast [11]
51John R. Kender [9]
52Tom Knight [11]
53Ulf Knoblich [69] [83]
54Christof Koch [67]
55Richard E. Korf [15]
56Minjoon Kouh [89]
57Vinay P. Kumar [55] [66]
58Sun-Yuan Kung [34]
59Yann LeCun [34]
60Hae-Seung Lee [11]
61Seong-Whan Lee [57] [70]
62Stephen E. Levinson [15]
63Andrew W. Lo [40]
64Nikos Logothetis [22]
65Jennifer Louie [68]
66Earl K. Miller [69]
67Daniel P. Miranker (Dan Miranker) [15]
68Anuj Mohan [58]
69Dan I. Moldovan [15]
70N. H. Morgan [15]
71Sayan Mukherjee [50] [61] [81]
72Chikahito Nakajima [52] [53] [72]
73Nasser M. Nasrabadi [34]
74Sergei Nirenburg [15]
75Partha Niyogi [81]
76Michael Oren [30] [37]
77Edgar Osuna [30]
78Constantine Papageorgiou [30] [37] [42] [43] [48] [58] [73]
79Luis Pérez-Breva [54]
80Massimiliano Pontil [44] [49] [50] [52] [53] [54] [59] [62] [72] [73]
81Sam Prentice [71]
82Benny Rachlevsky-Reich [40]
83James Renegar [78]
84Maximilian Riesenhuber [28] [56] [67] [68] [69] [87]
85Ryan M. Rifkin [81]
86Edward M. Riseman [15]
87Mark Seidel [11]
88Thomas Serre [59] [61] [62] [68] [71] [79] [80] [86] [87] [88]
89Amnon Shashua [27]
90Christian R. Shelton [41]
91Mike Shub (Michael Shub) [78]
92Rodrigo Sigala [79]
93Pawan Sinha [30]
94Charles Sodini [11]
95David Standley [11]
96Craig Stanfil [15]
97Salvatore J. Stolfo [15]
98Kah Kay Sung [20] [21] [35]
99Steven L. Tanimoto [15]
100Vladimir Vapnik [50]
101Alessandro Verri [7] [46]
102Thomas Vetter [24] [26] [29] [59] [75]
103Harry Voorhees [5]
104Benjamin W. Wah [15]
105Christian Wallraven [70]
106Dirk Walther [67]
107Jon A. Webb [9]
108Charles C. Weems [9] [15]
109Jason Weston [50]
110Lior Wolf [80] [87] [88]
111Jane Wu [74]
112John L. Wyatt [11]
113Jerry Jun Yokono [76] [85]
114Angela J. Yu [63]
115Alan L. Yuille [1] [5]

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