I am a graduate student in Computer Science at
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park,
Pennsylvania. I joined the Laboratory for Perception, Action,
and Cognition as an undergrad in the summer of 2008. I've
also been a member and 3D programmer at Penn State's
Visualization Lab. My research interests include lattice
detection and evaluation, as well as both 2D and 3D graphics,
in particular inpainting and texture synthesis.
Park, Brocklehurst, Collins, and Liu, Deformed Lattice Detection
in Real-World Images using Mean-Shift Belief Propagation, IEEE Transaction on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI). Special Issue on Probabilistic Graphical Models, Volume 31, Number 10, October 2009. Acceptance rate = 15%.
Park, Brocklehurst, Collins, and Liu, Image De-fencing Revisited, The 10th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV). November 2010. Acceptance rate = 29.1%.
Park, Brocklehurst, Collins, and Liu, Translation-Symmetry-based Perceptual Grouping with Applications to Urban Scenes, The 10th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV). November 2010. Acceptance rate = 29.1%.
User Interface for Lattice Creation
Thin-Plate Spline Warper
View-Dependent Selective Mesh Refinement for Fast Rendering
Deformable Contour Tracking using Hidden Markov Models
Particle Filtering for Face Tracking
CMPSC 458: the graphics course I help to teach.