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Plop: Learning without forgetting for continual semantic segmentation
A Douillard, Y Chen, A Dapogny, M Cord
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2021
2022021
Decafa: Deep convolutional cascade for face alignment in the wild
A Dapogny, K Bailly, M Cord
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision …, 2019
962019
Confidence-weighted local expression predictions for occlusion handling in expression recognition and action unit detection
A Dapogny, K Bailly, S Dubuisson
International Journal of Computer Vision 126, 255-271, 2018
822018
Pairwise conditional random forests for facial expression recognition
A Dapogny, K Bailly, S Dubuisson
Proceedings of the IEEE international conference on computer vision, 3783-3791, 2015
792015
Children facial expression production: influence of age, gender, emotion subtype, elicitation condition and culture
C Grossard, L Chaby, S Hun, H Pellerin, J Bourgeois, A Dapogny, H Ding, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 446, 2018
532018
Dynamic pose-robust facial expression recognition by multi-view pairwise conditional random forests
K Bailly, S Dubuisson
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 10 (2), 167-181, 2017
522017
Children with autism spectrum disorder produce more ambiguous and less socially meaningful facial expressions: an experimental study using random forest classifiers
C Grossard, A Dapogny, D Cohen, S Bernheim, E Juillet, F Hamel, S Hun, ...
Molecular Autism 11, 1-14, 2020
352020
JEMImE: a serious game to teach children with ASD how to adequately produce facial expressions
A Dapogny, C Grossard, S Hun, S Serret, J Bourgeois, H Jean-Marie, ...
2018 13th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face & Gesture …, 2018
332018
SEMEDA: Enhancing segmentation precision with semantic edge aware loss
Y Chen, A Dapogny, M Cord
Pattern Recognition 108, 107557, 2020
292020
Dynamic facial expression recognition by joint static and multi-time gap transition classification
A Dapogny, K Bailly, S Dubuisson
2015 11th IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Automatic Face and …, 2015
292015
Thin: Throwable information networks and application for facial expression recognition in the wild
E Arnaud, A Dapogny, K Bailly
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2022
232022
Red: Looking for redundancies for data-freestructured compression of deep neural networks
E Yvinec, A Dapogny, M Cord, K Bailly
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 34, 20863-20873, 2021
232021
Spiq: Data-free per-channel static input quantization
E Yvinec, A Dapogny, M Cord, K Bailly
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Winter Conference on Applications of Computer …, 2023
192023
Tackling catastrophic forgetting and background shift in continual semantic segmentation
A Douillard, Y Chen, A Dapogny, M Cord
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.15287, 2021
192021
Red++: Data-free pruning of deep neural networks via input splitting and output merging
E Yvinec, A Dapogny, M Cord, K Bailly
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 45 (3), 3664-3676, 2022
172022
Teaching facial expression production in autism: The serious game jemime
C Grossard, S Hun, A Dapogny, E Juillet, F Hamel, H Jean-Marie, ...
Creative Education 10 (11), 2347, 2019
162019
Multi-order networks for action unit detection
G Tallec, A Dapogny, K Bailly
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2022
142022
Powerquant: Automorphism search for non-uniform quantization
E Yvinec, A Dapogny, M Cord, K Bailly
arXiv preprint arXiv:2301.09858, 2023
132023
Tree-gated deep mixture-of-experts for pose-robust face alignment
E Arnaud, A Dapogny, K Bailly
IEEE Transactions on Biometrics, Behavior, and Identity Science 2 (2), 122-132, 2019
132019
Investigating deep neural forests for facial expression recognition
A Dapogny, K Bailly
2018 13th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face & Gesture …, 2018
132018
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