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Amir Sadeghian
founder/ceo Astrocade AI, PhD Stanford University
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Generalized intersection over union: A metric and a loss for bounding box regression
H Rezatofighi, N Tsoi, JY Gwak, A Sadeghian, I Reid, S Savarese
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2019
47812019
Sophie: An attentive gan for predicting paths compliant to social and physical constraints
A Sadeghian, V Kosaraju, A Sadeghian, N Hirose, H Rezatofighi, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2019
9992019
Learning Social Etiquette: Human Trajectory Understanding In Crowded Scenes
A Robicquet, A Sadeghian, A Alahi, S Savarese
European Conference on Computer Vision, 549-565, 2016
8692016
Tracking the untrackable: Learning to track multiple cues with long-term dependencies
A Sadeghian, A Alahi, S Savarese
International Conference on Computer Vision, {ICCV} 2017, Venice, Italy …, 2017
6742017
Social-bigat: Multimodal trajectory forecasting using bicycle-gan and graph attention networks
A Sadeghian, V Kosaraju, R Martín-Martín, I Reid, SH Rezatofighi, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.03395, 2019
648*2019
CAR-Net: Clairvoyant Attentive Recurrent Network
A Sadeghian, F Legros, M Voisin, R Vesel, A Alahi, S Savarese
European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2018, 2017
1572017
Jrdb: A dataset and benchmark of egocentric robot visual perception of humans in built environments
R Martin-Martin, M Patel, H Rezatofighi, A Shenoi, JY Gwak, E Frankel, ...
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 45 (6), 6748-6765, 2021
112*2021
Deep visual mpc-policy learning for navigation
N Hirose, F Xia, R Martín-Martín, A Sadeghian, S Savarese
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (4), 3184-3191, 2019
922019
Jrmot: A real-time 3d multi-object tracker and a new large-scale dataset
A Shenoi, M Patel, JY Gwak, P Goebel, A Sadeghian, H Rezatofighi, ...
2020 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2020
872020
Learning social etiquette: Human trajectory prediction in crowded scenes
A Robicquet, A Sadeghian, A Alahi, S Savarese
European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2 (4), 5, 2016
742016
Deep local trajectory replanning and control for robot navigation
A Pokle, R Martín-Martín, P Goebel, V Chow, HM Ewald, J Yang, Z Wang, ...
2019 international conference on robotics and automation (ICRA), 5815-5822, 2019
712019
Trajnet: Towards a benchmark for human trajectory prediction
A Sadeghian, V Kosaraju, A Gupta, S Savarese, A Alahi
arXiv preprint, 2018
712018
GONet: A Semi-Supervised Deep Learning Approach For Traversability Estimation
N Hirose, A Sadeghian, M Vázquez, P Goebel, S Savarese
International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2018, 2018
682018
Learning to predict human behavior in crowded scenes
A Alahi, V Ramanathan, K Goel, A Robicquet, AA Sadeghian, L Fei-Fei, ...
Group and Crowd Behavior for Computer Vision, 183-207, 2017
632017
Feature engineering for knowledge base construction
C Ré, AA Sadeghian, Z Shan, J Shin, F Wang, S Wu, C Zhang
IEEE Data Eng. Bull – 2014, 2014
612014
Re-imagine the negative prompt algorithm: Transform 2d diffusion into 3d, alleviate janus problem and beyond
M Armandpour, A Sadeghian, H Zheng, A Sadeghian, M Zhou
arXiv preprint arXiv:2304.04968, 2023
592023
Vunet: Dynamic scene view synthesis for traversability estimation using an rgb camera
N Hirose, A Sadeghian, F Xia, R Martín-Martín, S Savarese
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (2), 2062-2069, 2019
352019
Forecasting social navigation in crowded complex scenes
A Robicquet, A Alahi, A Sadeghian, B Anenberg, J Doherty, E Wu, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1601.00998, 2016
272016
To go or not to go? A near unsupervised learning approach for robot navigation
N Hirose, A Sadeghian, P Goebel, S Savarese
arXiv preprint arXiv:1709.05439, 2017
242017
Bag of words meets bags of popcorn
A Sadeghian, AR Sharafat
CS224N Proj, 4-9, 2015
122015
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