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mahir faik Karaaba
mahir faik Karaaba
Institute of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Engineering
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Recognition of handwritten characters using local gradient feature descriptors
O Surinta, MF Karaaba, LRB Schomaker, MA Wiering
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 45, 405-414, 2015
1152015
Deep convolutional neural networks and support vector machines for gender recognition
J van de Wolfshaar, MF Karaaba, MA Wiering
2015 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, 188-195, 2015
1072015
Robust face recognition by computing distances from multiple histograms of oriented gradients
M Karaaba, O Surinta, L Schomaker, MA Wiering
2015 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, 203-209, 2015
382015
A* Path Planning for Line Segmentation of Handwritten Documents
MW Olarik Surinta, Michiel Holtkamp, Faik Karaaba, Jean-Paul van Oosten ...
International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR-2014 …, 2014
37*2014
Recognizing handwritten characters with local descriptors and bags of visual words
O Surinta, MF Karaaba, TK Mishra, LRB Schomaker, MA Wiering
Engineering Applications of Neural Networks: 16th International Conference …, 2015
152015
Robust face identification with small sample sizes using bag of words and histogram of oriented gradients
MF Karaaba, O Surinta, LRB Schomaker, MA Wiering
International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications 5, 582-589, 2016
122016
Machine learning for multi-view eye-pair detection
MF Karaaba, L Schomaker, M Wiering
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 33, 69-79, 2014
122014
In-plane Rotational Alignment of Faces by Eye and Eye-pair Detection.
MF Karaaba, O Surinta, LRB Schomaker, MA Wiering
VISAPP (2), 392-399, 2015
62015
Face recognition in low-resolution images under small sample conditions with face-part detection and alignment
MF Karaaba
2016
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