Publications of J. Yang

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Academic Journals

  1. J. Yang, MW Park, P.A. Vela, M. Golparvar-Fard. Construction Performance Monitoring via Still Images, Time-Lapse Photos, and Video Streams: Now, Tomorrow, and the Future. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 29(2):211-224, 2015. (more) doi
  2. J. Yang, P.A. Vela, J. Teizer, Z. Shi. Vision-Based Tower Crane Tracking for Understanding Construction Activity. ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 28(1):103-112, 2012. (more) doi pdf
  3. J. Yang, T. Cheng, P.A. Vela, J. Teizer, Z. Shi. A Performance Evaluation of Vision and Radio Frequency Tracking Methods for Interacting Workforce. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 25(4):736-747, 2011. (more) doi pdf
  4. J. Yang, O. Arif, P.A. Vela, J. Teizer, Z. Shi. Tracking Multiple Workers on Construction Situes Using Video Cameras. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 24(4):428-34, 2010. (more) doi pdf

International Conferences

  1. J. Yang, P.A. Vela, J. Teizer, Z. Shi. Vision-Based Crane Tracking for Understanding Construction Activity. In ASCE International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, Pages 258-265, 2011. (more) doi pdf
  2. J. Yang, Z.K. Shi, P.A. Vela. Person Reidentification by Kernel PCA Based Appearance Learning. In Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision, Pages 227-233, 2011. (more) download pdf
  3. A. Makhmalbaf, M.W. Park, J. Yang, I. Brilakis, P.A. Vela. 2D Vision Tracking Methods' Performance Comparison for 3D Tracking of Construction Resources. In Construction Research Congress, Pages 459-469, 2010. (more) doi pdf
  4. O. Arif, J. Yang, J. Teizer, P.A. Vela. Visual Monitoring of Airport Ground Operations. In Proceedings of the Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Orlando, FL, 2009. (more) doi pdf
  5. J. Yang, P.A. Vela, Z.K. Shi, J. Teizer. Probabilistic Multiple People Tracking through Complex Situatiions. In International Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Tracking and Surveillance (PETS), Pages 86-94, 2009. (more) pdf

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