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Scene Structure Inference through Scene Map Estimation [article]

Moos Hueting, Viorica Patraucean, Maks Ovsjanikov, Niloy J. Mitra
2016 Vision  
Understanding indoor scene structure from a single RGB image is useful for a wide variety of applications ranging from the editing of scenes to the mining of statistics about space utilization. Most efforts in scene understanding focus on extraction of either dense information such as pixel-level depth or semantic labels, or very sparse information such as bounding boxes obtained through object detection. In this paper we propose the concept of a scene map, a coarse scene representation, which
more » ... escribes the locations of the objects present in the scene from a top-down view (i.e., as they are positioned on the floor), as well as a pipeline to extract such a map from a single RGB image. To this end, we use a synthetic rendering pipeline, which supplies an adapted CNN with virtually unlimited training data. We quantitatively evaluate our results, showing that we clearly outperform a dense baseline approach, and argue that scene maps provide a useful representation for abstract indoor scene understanding.
doi:10.2312/vmv.20161341 dblp:conf/vmv/HuetingPOM16 fatcat:epxvoshxq5g2pjcchz7yuy3whi

MCGraph

Moos Hueting, Aron Monszpart, Nicolas Mellado
2014 SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 Indoor Scene Understanding Where Graphics Meets Vision on - SIGGRAPH ASIA '14  
doi:10.1145/2670291.2670292 dblp:conf/siggraph/HuetingMM14 fatcat:x5sd6zp2zjg7tlvw7nb7hm2yxe

SeeThrough: Finding Chairs in Heavily Occluded Indoor Scene Images [article]

Moos Hueting, Pradyumna Reddy, Vladimir Kim, Ersin Yumer, Nathan Carr, Niloy Mitra
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Discovering 3D arrangements of objects from single indoor images is important given its many applications including interior design, content creation, etc. Although heavily researched in the recent years, existing approaches break down under medium or heavy occlusion as the core object detection module starts failing in absence of directly visible cues. Instead, we take into account holistic contextual 3D information, exploiting the fact that objects in indoor scenes co-occur mostly in typical
more » ... ear-regular configurations. First, we use a neural network trained on real indoor annotated images to extract 2D keypoints, and feed them to a 3D candidate object generation stage. Then, we solve a global selection problem among these 3D candidates using pairwise co-occurrence statistics discovered from a large 3D scene database. We iterate the process allowing for candidates with low keypoint response to be incrementally detected based on the location of the already discovered nearby objects. Focusing on chairs, we demonstrate significant performance improvement over combinations of state-of-the-art methods, especially for scenes with moderately to severely occluded objects.
arXiv:1710.10473v2 fatcat:gcoyk2ffivce5ej3fs7oiulx7y

SeeThrough: Finding Objects in Heavily Occluded Indoor Scene Images

Niloy J. Mitra, Vladimir Kim, Ersin Yumer, Moos Hueting, Nathan Carr, Pradyumna Reddy
2018 2018 International Conference on 3D Vision (3DV)  
Discovering 3D arrangements of objects from single indoor images is important given its many applications including interior design, content creation, etc. Although heavily researched in the recent years, existing approaches break down under medium or heavy occlusion as the core object detection module starts failing in absence of directly visible cues. Instead, we take into account holistic contextual 3D information, exploiting the fact that objects in indoor scenes co-occur mostly in typical
more » ... ear-regular configurations. First, we use a neural network trained on real indoor annotated images to extract 2D keypoints, and feed them to a 3D candidate object generation stage. Then, we solve a global selection problem among these 3D candidates using pairwise co-occurrence statistics discovered from a large 3D scene database. We iterate the process allowing for candidates with low keypoint response to be incrementally detected based on the location of the already discovered nearby objects. Focusing on chairs, we demonstrate significant performance improvement over combinations of state-of-the-art methods, especially for scenes with moderately to severely occluded objects.
doi:10.1109/3dv.2018.00039 dblp:conf/3dim/MitraKYHCR18 fatcat:fc7ylnwi6ja5ll2vjp2z5umoxi

Page 554 of London Reader of Literature, Science, Art and General Information Vol. 68, Issue 1768 [page]

1897 London Reader of Literature, Science, Art and General Information  
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Page 523 of Harvard Law Review Vol. 12, Issue 8 [page]

1899 Harvard Law Review  
Huet, (1581) 1 Leon. 238, pl. 317 (cited), Cro. El. 194 (cited) s. c.; Anon., Hutt. ror (cited); Flight v. Crasden, (1625) Cro.  ...  Ab. 28, pl. 54, Moo. 412, S. C.: “ Because speedy payment excuses and prevents labour and expense of suit;” Anon., (1598) 1 Roll. Ab. 27, pl. 53, per Popham, C. J. Johnson z.  ... 

Page 36 of Notes and Queries Vol. 168, Issue 3 [page]

1935 Notes and Queries  
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Correspondenz

Ludwig Vágner
1871 Plant Systematics and Evolution  
Sp. 20--525. ft. 1.24~36.45, Thlr. 0.24--2i.0 ~ Tommasini, Petter, MoO alior, pl. Dalmatiae, ][striae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae. S. 50--635. ft. 3.30--44.27, Thlr. 2.0~25.0..~  ...  --Huet du Pavilion pl. m. . Cauvet pl. Tolosanae et m. Pyrenaeorum vicinorum. Sp. 410. ft. 28.42, Thlr. 16.14. --Jordan, Kralik, Grenier aliorumque pl. Galliae, impr. australis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01626572 fatcat:wrizqe6wnfglfcr6dvnezz6bwi

Page 851 of Russian Laws Vol. , Issue 16 [page]

1762 Russian Laws  
TOpa3sz0 XOpomio BbI30- AOTeHELIMH, Kh HUM NopTynen AOCHHNLIA, WINpO- 10 Bb OARHD Cb YETEEPTLIO BepwoKs, oOwu- ThA CBEPXY 3OAOTLIMB NMO3YMeNTOMS Y30POMb, BaKb Ha YeNpakaxh, KB ThMb Ke NOpPTyneams MPARKU HUET  ...  a Obepr-Ochuyepams Cb MHPOKUMS TOAYHOMS Bb BEPIOKS M Cb Ta- KOW ab OaxpaMow; ua BCbXS «Ke YeNpdRAXt ¥ YYWIKAXS BbLIXAALIBATL SOAOTOMD Y3KUMb TOAY- noma Tocygapckie Ben3seau noas koponamp, Ha uylIkaxB moO  ... 

Page 1026 of Russian Laws Vol. , Issue [page]

1802 Russian Laws  
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Page 110 of National Union Catalog Vol. 13, Issue [page]

1942 National Union Catalog  
Fragment de Moos. mn.  ...  TT7; with fragments of the ite rom on which the prose ¥ is based. rork by Gédéon Huet, who Mage undertook the edition. ConTents.—t. 1. Introduction. Le roment t. 2. Le roment con d’Aberystwyth.  ... 

Motivation to seek help and help efficiency in students who failed in an initial task

Nathalie Huet, Ladislav Moták, Jean Christophe Sakdavong
2016 Computers in Human Behavior  
(Tessler & Schwartz, 1972) , these results not only indicate that self-efficacy may be the motivational factor that contributes to different help-seeking behaviors and to self-regulation in general (Moos  ...  evidence concerning the related changes in motivational variables is rather scarce, whether it concerns the actual process of help seeking (Puustinen & Winnykamen, 1998) or the SRL process in general (Moos  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2016.05.059 fatcat:bdjarwf2ineydoar6iuj3qh7i4

Page 613 of Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge Vol. , Issue [page]

1804 Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge  
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Correspondenz

R. F. Hohenacker
1871 Plant Systematics and Evolution  
--Huet du Pavilion pl. m. Pyrenaeorum or. et centr, et Pedemontii. Sp. 200--220. ft. 23.20--25.54 Thlr. 13.10--14.24. Cauvet pl. Tolosanae et m. Pyrenaeorum vicinorum.  ...  Sp. 20--525. ft. 1.24~36.45, Thlr. 0.24--2i.0 ~ Tommasini, Petter, MoO alior, pl. Dalmatiae, ][striae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae. S. 50--635. ft. 3.30--44.27, Thlr. 2.0~25.0..~ PI. mont. Cenisii et m.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01626573 fatcat:yz43mrwddvbd3d5s3ls6dtgsem

Oligandrin. A Proteinaceous Molecule Produced by the MycoparasitePythium oligandrumInduces Resistance toPhytophthora parasiticaInfection in Tomato Plants

Karine Picard, Michel Ponchet, Jean-Pierre Blein, Patrice Rey, Yves Tirilly, Nicole Benhamou
2000 Plant Physiology  
(Huet et al., 1994 (Huet et al., , 1995 Panabières et al., 1997; Ponchet et al., 1999) .  ...  Dre-a, Acidic drechslerin from P. drechsleri (Huet et al., 1992) . Meg-a, Acidic megaspermin from P. megasperma (Huet and Pernollet, 1993) .  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.124.1.379 pmid:10982451 pmcid:PMC59151 fatcat:l53zlj4yt5h3rbtn3de32r7nki
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