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BRISK: Binary Robust Invariant Scalable Keypoints

Stefan Leutenegger, Margarita Chli and Roland Siegwart, "BRISK: Binary Robust Invariant Scalable Keypoints", Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) 2011. Effective and efficient generation of keypoints … → Read More: BRISK: Binary Robust Invariant Scalable Keypoints

Recognition Using Visual Phrases

CVPR 2011 Award Paper Ali Farhadi (UIUC); Mohammad Amin Sadeghi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Abstract In this paper we introduce visual phrases, complex visual composites like “a person riding a horse”. Visual phrases often dis… → Read More: Recognition Using Visual Phrases

Lire Demo 0.9 alpha 2 just released

Article from http://www.semanticmetadata.net/   Finally I found some time to go through Lire and fix several of the — for me — most annoying bugs. While this is still work in progress I have a preview with the demo uploaded to sf.net. New fe… → Read More: Lire Demo 0.9 alpha 2 just released

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Retiring a Great Interview Problem

Interviewing software engineers is hard. Jeff Atwood bemoans how difficult it is to find candidates who can write code. The tech press sporadically publishes “best” interview questions that make me cringe — though I love the IKEA question. Startups like Codility and Interview Street see this challenge as an opportunity, offering hiring managers the prospect of outsourcing their coding […] → Read More: Retiring a Great Interview Problem