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PsyPhy: A Psychophysics Driven Evaluation Framework for Visual Recognition

Brandon RichardWebster, Samuel Anthony, Walter Scheirer
2018 IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence  
In this article, we introduce a comprehensive evaluation framework for visual recognition models that is underpinned by this methodology.  ...  The vision sciences at large make use of a very different evaluation regime known as Visual Psychophysics to study visual perception.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank Lucas Parzianello for helping import Blendswap models into PsyPhy and Brian Turnquist for providing feedback on an early draft of this work. Funding was  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpami.2018.2849989 pmid:29994469 fatcat:vgqiqk43enhb7ke2nwjudelri4

Fair SA: Sensitivity Analysis for Fairness in Face Recognition [article]

Aparna R. Joshi, Xavier Suau, Nivedha Sivakumar, Luca Zappella, Nicholas Apostoloff
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we propose a new fairness evaluation based on robustness in the form of a generic framework that extends VPSA.  ...  With this framework, we can analyze the ability of a model to perform fairly for different subgroups of a population affected by perturbations, and pinpoint the exact failure modes for a subgroup by measuring  ...  Psyphy [11] is a comprehensive evaluation framework for object recognition models based on psychophysics and item-response theory.  ... 
arXiv:2202.03586v2 fatcat:z3mjhsevhzdlndrlbmtsmp2ite

Fair SA: Sensitivity Analysis for Fairness in Face Recognition [article]

Aparna R. Joshi, Xavier Suau, Nivedha Sivakumar, Luca Zappella, Nicholas Apostoloff
2022
In this paper, we propose a new fairness evaluation based on robustness in the form of a generic framework that extends VPSA.  ...  With this framework, we can analyze the ability of a model to perform fairly for different subgroups of a population affected by perturbations, and pinpoint the exact failure modes for a subgroup by measuring  ...  Psyphy [11] is a comprehensive evaluation framework for object recognition models based on psychophysics and item-response theory.  ... 
doi:10.48550/arxiv.2202.03586 fatcat:7y2qka2vzfdrtazctyyokxx27y

Sensitivity to gaze-contingent contrast increments in naturalistic movies: An exploratory report and model comparison

Thomas S. A. Wallis, Michael Dorr, Peter J. Bex
2015 Journal of Vision  
Sensitivity to luminance contrast is a prerequisite for all but the simplest visual systems.  ...  To examine contrast increment detection performance in a way that approximates the natural environmental input of the human visual system, we presented contrast increments gaze-contingently within naturalistic  ...  Introduction The visual system's encoding of image contrast has been a central focus of vision science for the past 80 years, and much is known about the topic both psychophysically and electrophysiologically  ... 
doi:10.1167/15.8.3 pmid:26057546 pmcid:PMC4461895 fatcat:shmahbxlzrappoyz6unyiabvyi