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Pedestrian Detection: An Evaluation of the State of the Art
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We put together a large, well-annotated, and realistic monocular pedestrian detection data set and study the statistics of the size, position, and occlusion patterns of pedestrians in urban scenes. Expand
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Fast Feature Pyramids for Object Detection
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A fast feature pyramid approximation of multi-resolution image features at every scale of a finely-sampled image pyramid with negligible loss in detection accuracy. Expand
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Functional identification of an aggression locus in the mouse hypothalamus
Electrical stimulation of certain hypothalamic regions in cats and rodents can elicit attack behaviour, but the exact location of relevant cells within these regions, their requirement for naturallyExpand
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Decoding Ventromedial Hypothalamic Neural Activity during Male Mouse Aggression
The ventromedial hypothalamus, ventrolateral area (VMHvl) was identified recently as a critical locus for inter-male aggression. Optogenetic stimulation of VMHvl in male mice evokes attack towardExpand
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Daily Timed Sexual Interaction Induces Moderate Anticipatory Activity in Mice
Anticipation of resource availability is a vital skill yet it is poorly understood in terms of neuronal circuitry. Rodents display robust anticipatory activity in the several hours preceding timedExpand
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What does it mean to learn in deep networks ? And , how does one detect adversarial attacks ?
The flexibility and high-accuracy of Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) has transformed computer vision. But, the fact that we do not know when a specific DNN will work and when it will fail has resulted inExpand
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Increasing * occlusion * Decreasing * consistency *
Common visual recognition tasks such as classification, object detection, and semantic segmentation are rapidly reaching maturity, and given the recent rate of progress, it is not unreasonable toExpand