Master's Theses & Technical Reports - Trevor Darrell

5th Year M.S. | M.S.

5th Year M.S.

Group Probability-Weighted Tree Sums for Interpretable Modeling of Heterogeneous Data
Keyan Abou-Nasseri [2022]

Object-Level Representation Learning for Natural and Medical Images
Akash Gokul [2022]

Vision and Language for Digital Forensics
Grace Luo [2022]

A Curiosity-Driven Approach for Generating Textual Descriptions of Environments
Xinyun Zhang [2021]

Approaching the Issue of Limited Annotation for Instance Segmentation
Vishnu Doppalapudi [2021]

Comparing Human and AI Behavior in 3D Navigation Environments
Jeffrey Liu [2021]

Language Guided Out-of-Distribution Detection
William Gan [2021]

A Scalable Synchronous System for Robust Real Time Human-Machine Collaboration
Christopher Powers [2020]

AI for HADR: Progress and Opportunities
Ross Luo [2020]

Addressing and Understanding Shortcomings in Vision and Language
Kaylee Burns [2019]

Combined Detection and Tracking Impacts on Vehicle Specific Data
David Zhang [2019]

The BDD-Nexar Collective: A Large-Scale, Crowsourced, Dataset of Driving Scenes
Vashisht Madhavan [2017]


Continual Learning with Neural Networks
Sayna Ebrahimi [2020]

Program Synthesis for Autonomous Driving Decisions
Yiteng Zhang [2020]

Learning to Segment Every Thing
Ronghang Hu [2019]

Applications of Machine Learning to Support Dementia Care through Commercially Available Off-the-Shelf Sensing
George Netscher [2016]

Visual Grasp Affordances From Appearance-Based Cues
Hyun Oh Song [2013]

The Berkeley 3D Object Dataset
Allison Janoch [2012]