Monday, April 05, 2010

Exciting Computer Vision papers from Kristen Grauman's UT-Austin Group

Back in 2005, I remember meeting Kristen Grauman at MIT's accepted PhD student open house.  Back then she was a PhD student under Trevor Darrell (and is known for her work on the Pyramid Match Kernel), but now she has her own vision group at UT-Austin.  She is the the advisor behind many cool vision projects there, and here are a few segmenatation/categorization related papers from the upcoming CVPR2010 conference.  I look forward to checking out these papers because they are relevant to my own research interests.  NOTE: some of the papers links are still not up -- I just used the links from Kristen's webpage.