Sudeep Sarkar
Sudeep Sarkar
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, University of South Florida, Tampa
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The humanid gait challenge problem: Data sets, performance, and analysis
S Sarkar, PJ Phillips, Z Liu, IR Vega, P Grother, KW Bowyer
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 27 (2), 162-177, 2005
13462005
Comparison and combination of ear and face images in appearance-based biometrics
K Chang, KW Bowyer, S Sarkar, B Victor
IEEE Transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 25 (9), 1160-1165, 2003
7302003
A robust visual method for assessing the relative performance of edge-detection algorithms
MD Heath, S Sarkar, T Sanocki, KW Bowyer
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 19 (12), 1338 …, 1997
6511997
Comparison of edge detectors: a methodology and initial study
M Heath, S Sarkar, T Sanocki, K Bowyer
Computer vision and image understanding 69 (1), 38-54, 1998
6141998
Improved gait recognition by gait dynamics normalization
Z Liu, S Sarkar
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 28 (6), 863-876, 2006
3752006
Quantitative measures of change based on feature organization: Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
S Sarkar, KL Boyer
Computer vision and image understanding 71 (1), 110-136, 1998
3411998
Simplest representation yet for gait recognition: Averaged silhouette
Z Liu, S Sarkar
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Pattern Recognition …, 2004
3232004
Perceptual organization in computer vision: A review and a proposal for a classificatory structure
S Sarkar, KL Boyer
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics 23 (2), 382-399, 1993
2821993
The gait identification challenge problem: Data sets and baseline algorithm
PJ Phillips, S Sarkar, I Robledo, P Grother, K Bowyer
Object recognition supported by user interaction for service robots 1, 385-388, 2002
2762002
An evaluation of face and ear biometrics
B Victor, K Bowyer, S Sarkar
Object recognition supported by user interaction for service robots 1, 429-432, 2002
2702002
Supervised learning of large perceptual organization: Graph spectral partitioning and learning automata
S Sarkar, P Soundararajan
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 22 (5), 504-525, 2000
2642000
On optimal infinite impulse response edge detection filters
S Sarkar, KL Boyer
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence, 1154-1171, 1991
2101991
Integration, inference, and management of spatial information using bayesian networks: Perceptual organization
S Sarkar, KL Boyer
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 15 (3), 256-274, 1993
1951993
QCAPro-an error-power estimation tool for QCA circuit design
S Srivastava, A Asthana, S Bhanja, S Sarkar
2011 IEEE international symposium of circuits and systems (ISCAS), 2377-2380, 2011
1872011
Baseline results for the challenge problem of HumanID using gait analysis
PJ Phillips, S Sarkar, I Robledo, P Grother, K Bowyer
Proceedings of Fifth IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face Gesture …, 2002
1722002
Macro-and micro-expression spotting in long videos using spatio-temporal strain
M Shreve, S Godavarthy, D Goldgof, S Sarkar
Face and Gesture 2011, 51-56, 2011
1672011
Estimation of upper bound of power dissipation in QCA circuits
S Srivastava, S Sarkar, S Bhanja
IEEE transactions on nanotechnology 8 (1), 116-127, 2008
1452008
Effect of silhouette quality on hard problems in gait recognition
Z Liu, S Sarkar
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B (Cybernetics) 35 …, 2005
1432005
Handling movement epenthesis and hand segmentation ambiguities in continuous sign language recognition using nested dynamic programming
R Yang, S Sarkar, B Loeding
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 32 (3), 462-477, 2009
1402009
Scar assessment: current problems and future solutions
PS Powers, S Sarkar, DB Goldgof, CW Cruse, LV Tsap
The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation 20 (1), 54-60, 1999
1301999
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