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Interaction-aware Spatio-temporal Pyramid Attention Networks for Action Classification 会议论文
Procedings of European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV2018), Munich, Germany, 2018-09-08---2018-09-14
Authors:  Du Y(杜杨);  Chunfeng Yuan;  Bing Li;  Lili Zhao;  Yangxi Li;  Weiming Hu
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Biologically Inspired Model for Visual Cognition Achieving Unsupervised Episodic and Semantic Feature Learning 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2016, 卷号: 46, 期号: 10, 页码: 2335-2347
Authors:  Qiao, Hong;  Li, Yinlin;  Li, Fengfu;  Xi, Xuanyang;  Wu, Wei
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A biologically inspired model mimicking the memory and two distinct pathways of face perception 期刊论文
NEUROCOMPUTING, 2016, 期号: 205, 页码: 349-359
Authors:  Xi, Xuanyang;  Yin, Peijie;  Qiao, Hong;  Li, Yinlin;  Feng, Wensen
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Grasp type understanding - classification, localization and clustering 会议论文
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2016 12TH WORLD CONGRESS ON INTELLIGENT CONTROL AND AUTOMATION (WCICA), Guilin, PEOPLES R CHINA, JUN 12-15, 2016
Authors:  Li, Yinlin;  Zhang, Yuren;  Qiao, Hong;  Chen, Ken;  Xi, Xuanyang;  Li, YL
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Biologically Inspired Visual Model With Preliminary Cognition and Active Attention Adjustment 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2015, 卷号: 45, 期号: 11, 页码: 2612-2624
Authors:  Qiao, Hong;  Xi, Xuanyang;  Li, Yinlin;  Wu, Wei;  Li, Fengfu
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Active Attention Adjustment  Association  Biologically Inspired Visual Model  Memory  Object Recognition