Flora Ponjou Tasse
Flora Ponjou Tasse
CTO, Selerio
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TitleCited byYear
Cluster-based point set saliency
FP Tasse, J Kosinka, NA Dodgson
ICCV (to appear), 2015
Enhanced texture‐based terrain synthesis on graphics hardware
FP Tasse, J Gain, P Marais
Computer Graphics Forum 31 (6), 1959-1972, 2012
First person sketch-based terrain editing
FP Tasse, A Emilien, MP Cani, S Hahmann, A Bernhardt
Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2014, 217-224, 2014
Shape2vec: semantic-based descriptors for 3d shapes, sketches and images
FP Tasse, N Dodgson
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 35 (6), 1-12, 2016
Feature-based terrain editing from complex sketches
FP Tasse, A Emilien, MP Cani, S Hahmann, N Dodgson
Computers & graphics 45, 101-115, 2014
Quantitative analysis of saliency models
FP Tasse, J Kosinka, NA Dodgson
SIGGRAPH ASIA 2016 Technical Briefs, 1-4, 2016
Simulating crowd phenomena in african markets
FP Tasse, K Glass, S Bangay
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computer Graphics …, 2009
Shading Curves: Vector-Based Drawing With Explicit Gradient Control
H Lieng, F Tasse, J Kosinka, NA Dodgson
Computer Graphics Forum, 2015
Crowd simulation of pedestrians in a virtual city
FP Tasse, K Glass
CS Honours thesis, Rhodes University, 2008
How well do saliency-based features perform for shape retrieval?
FP Tasse, J Kosinka, N Dodgson
Computers & Graphics 59, 57-67, 2016
3D Scene Generation From Real-world Images
FP Tasse, PK Kamaraju, GT Fouodji
CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality, 2019
Multi-modal image search
FP Tasse, GT Fouodji
GB Patent App. PCT/GB2018/050,574, 2018
An Evaluation of Local Feature Encodings for Shape Retrieval.
FP Tasse, J Kosinka, NA Dodgson
3DOR, 2016
Quantitative Analysis of Saliency Models
F Ponjou Tasse, J Kosinka, NA Dodgson
arXiv preprint arXiv:1605.09451, 2016
Texture-based terrain synthesis on Graphics hardware (CUDA)
FP Tasse
Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2011
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