Hilary J. Holz, D.Sc.|
- D.Sc., The George Washington University, May 1999, Major: Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision, Minors: Statistics and Cognitive Psychology
- MS, The George Washington University, February 1989, Major: Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)
- B.S., Dickinson College, May 1984, Double major: Mathematics & Computer Science
- R. Grzeszczuk, S. Chin, R. Fahrig, H. Abbasi, H. Holz, D. Kim, J. Adler, R. Shahidi, "A Fluoroscopic X-ray Registration Process for Three-Dimensional Surgical Navigation," MICCAI 2000, S. Delp, A. DiGioia, B. Jaramaz, eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 551-556, 2000.
- H.J. Holz and M.H. Loew, "Design Choices and Theoretical Issues for Relative Feature Importance, a Metric for Nonparametric Discriminatory Power," Advances in Pattern Recognition, F.J Ferri, J. Inesta, A. Amin, and P. Pudil, eds, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 696-705, 2000.
- H.J. Holz and M.H. Loew, "Validation of Relative Feature Importance Using a Natural Data Set," 15th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Barcelona, Spain, September 2000.
- H.J. Holz and M.H. Loew, "On the preservation of information in nonparametric discriminant analysis," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence.
- H.J. Holz, "Classifier-Independent Feature Analysis," Doctoral dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, The George Washington University, 1999.
- H.J. Holz and M.H. Loew, "Multi-class classifier-independent feature analysis," Pattern Recognition Letters, vol. 18, No. 11-13, pp. 1219-1224, 1997.