David Hall

About

I am a PhD Student at Caltech in Pietro Perona's Computational Vision Group .

Before coming to Caltech I completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) and a Bachelor of Science majoring in Physics and Mathematics at the University of Melbourne.

My current research interests are in object detection, person re-identification, pose estimation and fine-grained categorisation.

Projects

RegisTree

Online, Real-Time Tracking using a Category-to-Individual Detector

From Categories to Individuals in Real Time

Merging Pose Estimates Across Space and Time

Mechanisms of Seizure Propagation in 2-Dimensional Centre-Surround Recurrent Networks

Datasets

CRP - Caltech Roadside Pedestrians

Code


Publications

2016

Cataloging Public Objects Using Aerial and Street-Level Images-Urban Trees
JD. Wegner, S. Branson, D. Hall, K. Schindler and P. Perona
CVPR 2016, Las Vegas, USA.
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2015

Fine-Grained Classification of Pedestrians in Video: Benchmark and State of the Art
D. Hall and P. Perona
CVPR 2015, Boston, USA.
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2014

Online, Real-Time Tracking using a Category-to-Individual Detector
D. Hall and P. Perona
ECCV 2014, Zurich, Switzerland.
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From Categories to Individuals in Real Time — A Unified Boosting Approach
D. Hall and P. Perona
CVPR 2014, Columbus, USA.
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2013

Merging Pose Estimates Across Space and Time
X. P. Burgos-Artizzu, D. Hall, P. Perona and P. Dollar
BMVC 2013, Bristol, UK.
PDF Supp Mat

Mechanisms of Seizure Propagation in 2-Dimensional Centre-Surround Recurrent Networks
D. Hall, L. Kuhlmann
PLoS ONE 8(8) 2013
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Contact

dhall [at] caltech [dot] edu