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Brian J. Stankiewicz

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Object Recognition, Bayesian Modeling
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John E. Hummel grad student 1991-1997 Psychology UCLA
Dan Kersten post-doc 1997-2001 UMN
Gordon E. Legge post-doc 1997-2001 UMN
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Schumacher JF, Hillis JM, Shannon RW, et al. (2014) Cultural Analysis of Digital Display Preference Journal of Vision. 14: 1000-1000
Schumacher JF, Van Derlofske J, Stankiewicz B, et al. (2013) PQM: A quantitative tool for evaluating decisions in display design Information Display. 29: 36-41
Stankiewicz BJ, Anderson NJ, Moore RJ. (2011) Using performance efficiency for testing and optimization of Visual Attention Models Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 7867
Hamid SN, Stankiewicz B, Hayhoe M. (2010) Gaze patterns in navigation: encoding information in large-scale environments Journal of Vision. 10: 28
Stankiewicz BJ, Pitts J. (2010) Using a Bayesian Model to measure the benefit of visual landmarks and layout topology on human navigation efficiencies Journal of Vision. 7: 120-120
Stankiewicz BJ, Kalia AA. (2007) Acquisition of structural versus object landmark knowledge. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 33: 378-90
Eastman K, Stankiewicz B, Huk A. (2007) Optimal weighting of speed and accuracy in a sequential decision-making task Journal of Vision. 7: 428-428
Stankiewicz BJ, Legge GE, Mansfield JS, et al. (2006) Lost in virtual space: studies in human and ideal spatial navigation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 32: 688-704
Stankiewicz BJ, McCabe M, Legge GE. (2004) Studying human spatial navigation processes using POMDPs Aaai Workshop - Technical Report. 97-102
Stankiewicz BJ. (2003) Just another view. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 7: 526
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