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Akhtar, Sheikh, Rehman, Saad, Akthar, Mahmood, Kahn, Muazzam, Riaz, Farhan, Chaudry, Qaiser and Young, Rupert (2016) Improving the robustness of neural networks using K-support norm based adversarial training. IEEE Access, 4 (2016). pp. 9501-9511. ISSN 2169-3536

Birch, Philip, Mitra, Bhargav, Bangalore, Nagachetan M, Rehman, Saad, Young, Rupert and Chatwin, Chris (2010) Approximate bandpass and frequency response models of the difference of Gaussian filter. Optics Communications, 283 (24). pp. 4942-4948. ISSN 0030-4018

Rehman, Saad, Young, Rupert, Chatwin, Chris and Birch, Phil (2009) An FPGA based generic framework for high speed sum of absolute difference implementation. European Journal of Scientific Research, 33 (1). pp. 6-29. ISSN 1450-216X

Rehman, Saad, Bone, Peter, Young, Rupert and Chatwin, Chris (2007) Object Detection and Recognition in Cluttered Scenes Using Fully Scale and In-Plane Invariant Synthetic Discriminant Function Filters. Journal of Computer and Information Sciences, 1 (1).

Rehman, Saad, Birch, Phil, Young, Rupert and Chatwin, Chris (2007) Design of a Verilog cross-compiler for image recognition using a Sum of Absolute Differences Processor. Journal of Computer and Information Sciences, 2 (2). ISSN 1995-5391

Book Section

Tehsin, Sara, Rehman, Saad, Awan, Ahmad, Chaudry, Qaiser, Abbas, Muhammad, Young, Rupert and Asif, Asia (2016) Improved maximum average correlation height filter with adaptive log base selection for object recognition. In: Optical Pattern Recognition XXVII. Proceedings SPIE, 9845 (9845). SPIE, p. 984506.

Tehsin, Sara, Rehman, Saad, Awan, Ahmad, Chaudry, Qaiser, Abbas, Muhammad, Young, Rupert and Asif, Asia (2016) Improved maximum average correlation height filter with adaptive log base selection for object recognition. In: Optical Pattern Recognition XXVII. Proceedings SPIE, 9845 (9845). SPIE, p. 984506.

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