Dirk B. Walther
Dirk B. Walther
Department of Psychology, University of Toronto
Verified email at psych.utoronto.ca - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Modeling attention to salient proto-objects
D Walther, C Koch
Neural networks 19 (9), 1395-1407, 2006
13302006
Is bottom-up attention useful for object recognition?
U Rutishauser, D Walther, C Koch, P Perona
Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision …, 2004
6262004
Attentional selection for object recognition—a gentle way
D Walther, L Itti, M Riesenhuber, T Poggio, C Koch
International workshop on biologically motivated computer vision, 472-479, 2002
3042002
Natural scene categories revealed in distributed patterns of activity in the human brain
DB Walther, E Caddigan, L Fei-Fei, DM Beck
Journal of neuroscience 29 (34), 10573-10581, 2009
3002009
Selective visual attention enables learning and recognition of multiple objects in cluttered scenes
D Walther, U Rutishauser, C Koch, P Perona
Computer Vision and Image Understanding 100 (1-2), 41-63, 2005
2722005
Simple line drawings suffice for functional MRI decoding of natural scene categories
DB Walther, B Chai, E Caddigan, DM Beck, L Fei-Fei
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (23), 9661-9666, 2011
1662011
Interactions of visual attention and object recognition: computational modeling, algorithms, and psychophysics
D Walther
California Institute of Technology, 2006
1472006
Detection and tracking of objects in underwater video
D Walther, DR Edgington, C Koch
Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision …, 2004
1422004
On the usefulness of attention for object recognition
D Walther, U Rutishauser, C Koch, P Perona
Workshop on Attention and Performance in Computational Vision at ECCV, 96-103, 2004
952004
Attention in hierarchical models of object recognition
DB Walther, C Koch
Progress in brain research 165, 57-78, 2007
802007
System and method for attentional selection
U Rutishauser, D Walther, C Koch, P Perona
US Patent App. 10/866,311, 2005
762005
Exploring functional connectivities of the human brain using multivariate information analysis
B Chai, D Walther, D Beck, L Fei-Fei
Advances in neural information processing systems, 270-278, 2009
752009
Automated event detection in underwater video
DR Edgington, KA Salamy, M Risi, RE Sherlock, D Walther, C Koch
Oceans 2003. Celebrating the Past... Teaming Toward the Future (IEEE Cat. No …, 2003
682003
Hierarchical space-time model enabling efficient search for human actions
H Ning, TX Han, DB Walther, M Liu, TS Huang
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology 19 (6), 808-820, 2009
632009
Detecting, tracking and classifying animals in underwater video
DR Edgington, DE Cline, D Davis, I Kerkez, J Mariette
OCEANS 2006, 1-5, 2006
542006
Contribution of malocclusion and female facial attractiveness to smile esthetics evaluated by eye tracking
MR Richards, HW Fields Jr, FM Beck, AR Firestone, DB Walther, ...
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 147 (4), 472-482, 2015
462015
Predicting individuals' learning success from patterns of pre-learning MRI activity
LTK Vo, DB Walther, AF Kramer, KI Erickson, WR Boot, MW Voss, ...
PLoS One 6 (1), e16093, 2011
452011
Nonaccidental properties underlie human categorization of complex natural scenes
DB Walther, D Shen
Psychological science 25 (4), 851-860, 2014
392014
Good exemplars of natural scene categories elicit clearer patterns than bad exemplars but not greater BOLD activity
A Torralbo, DB Walther, B Chai, E Caddigan, L Fei-Fei, DM Beck
PloS one 8 (3), e58594, 2013
272013
Contour junctions underlie neural representations of scene categories in high-level human visual cortex
H Choo, DB Walther
NeuroImage 135, 32-44, 2016
252016
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