James Pritts
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Research interests

modeling repeated content in images with an emphasis on minimal sovlers for single-view geometry and robust multi-model estimation.

Selected Publications

Invited Talks


Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning AE4B33RPZ


Mr. Pritts currently works in the Visual Recognition Group at the Center for Machine Perception at Czech Technical University, where he is responsible for conducting novel research in computer vision and machine learning. He is pursuing his Ph.D. in computer science under the supervision of Dr. Ondrej Chum. Mr. Pritts's research focuses on modeling repeated content in images, and he is published at the leading research conferences for computer vision. Prior to joining the Visual Recognition Group, Mr. Pritts had an industry career in computer vision: He was a lead engineer at BAE Systems, where he contributed to several US Department of Defense (DARPA) computer-vision research efforts, and at NASA he created gesture-recognition software. Mr. Pritts received his B.Sc. in Mathematics at The University of North Texas and his M.Sc. in Computer Science from Czech Technical University.