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Inside-Outside Net: Detecting Objects in Context with Skip Pooling and Recurrent Neural Networks
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We present the Inside-Outside Net (ION), an object detector that exploits information both inside and outside the region of interest. Expand
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Intrinsic images in the wild
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We introduce Intrinsic Images in the Wild, a large-scale, public dataset for evaluating intrinsic image decompositions of indoor scenes. Expand
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Learning visual similarity for product design with convolutional neural networks
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We use crowdsourcing to collect matching information between in-situ images and iconic product images to generate the data needed to train deep networks. Expand
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OpenSurfaces: a richly annotated catalog of surface appearance
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We present OpenSurfaces, a rich, labeled database consisting of thousands of examples of surfaces segmented from consumer photographs of interiors, and annotated with material parameters (reflectance, material names), texture information (surface normals, rectified textures), and contextual information (scene category, and object names). Expand
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Shading Annotations in the Wild
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We introduce Shading Annotations in the Wild (SAW), a new large-scale, public dataset of shading annotations in indoor scenes, comprised of multiple forms of shading judgments obtained via crowdsourcing, along with shading annotations automatically generated from RGB-D imagery. Expand
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‘Break a Leg—It’s all in the mind’: Police Officers’ Attitudes towards Colleagues with Mental Health Issues
Much has been written about police officer attitudes and interactions with members of the public experiencing mental health issues. However, little has been written or researched regarding policeExpand
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Using Institutional Resources and Agency to Support Graduate Students’ Success at a Hispanic Serving Institution
There is a growing body of evidence that links increased social capital to minority student success in college. This paper seeks to expand specifically on the graduate experience of underrepresentedExpand
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