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Brian Price

Senior Research Scientist

Adobe Research


As a research scientist at Adobe, I research Computer Vision, develop new technologies, transfer them to Adobe products, and work with universities and PhD students through collaborations and internships.   (See full bio here)


Research Interests:  Computer Vision, Graphics, and Machine Learning,  especially interactive video segmentation and matting, image synthesis, and document understanding.


Latest News

Oct 28, 2019


I'm at ICCV this week.  We will be presenting two papers.  Go to my Papers page to check them out.

Oct 14, 2019

Pacific Graphics

​My collaborator Naoto Inuoe is presenting our papers at Pacific Graphics 2019 this week.

Sep 23, 2019


​My collaborators are presenting three papers that I am on at ICDAR 2019 this week.

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Recent Publications

Deep Splitting and Merging for Table Structure Decomposition

Christopher Tensmeyer, Vlad Morariu, Brian Price, Scott Cohen, Tony Martinez

ICDAR 2019.

Deep Visual Template-Free Form Parsing Distributions

Brian Davis, Bryan Morse, Scott Cohen, Brian Price, Chris Tensmeyer

ICDAR 2019.

Multi-label Connectionist Temporal Classification

Curtis Wigington, Brian Price, Scott Cohen

ICDAR 2019

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Recent Patents

Image Recoloring for Color Consistency in a Digital Medium Environment

Brian Price, Scott Cohen

US Patent 10430973. Oct 1, 2019.

Structured Knowledge Modeling, Extraction and Localization from Images

Scott Cohen, Walter Chang, Brian Price, Mohamed Elhoseiny.

GB Patent 2544379.  Sep 11, 2019.

Image Cropping Suggestion Using Multiple Saliency Maps

Zhe Lin, Radomir Mech, Xiaohui Shen, Brian Price, Jianming Zhang, Anant Gilra, Jeff Chien.

US Patent 10346951.  Jul 9, 2019.

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Technologies Highlights

Handwriting Recognition

The Adobe Research blog posted a story about some handwriting recognition I helped develop with collaborators from Brigham Young University.  You can read the story at the Adobe Research website here.