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Computer Vision platform using Python.

SimpleCV is an open source framework for building computer vision applications. With it, you get access to several high-powered computer vision libraries such as OpenCV – without having to first learn about bit depths, file formats, color spaces, buf… → Read More: Computer Vision platform using Python.

What is the maximum recall in re Biomet?

There has been a flurry of interest the past couple of days over Judge Miller’s order in re Biomet. In their e-discovery process, the defendants employed a keyword filter to reduce the size of the collection, and input only the post-filtering documents to their vendor’s predictive coding system, which seems to be a frequent practice […] → Read More: What is the maximum recall in re Biomet?

Client-side search

When we rolled out the CHI 2013 previews site, we got a couple of requests for being able to search the site with keywords. Of course interfaces for search are one of my core research interests, so that request got me thinking. How could we do search on this site? The problem with the conventional […] → Read More: Client-side search

Open Source Software Competition

ACM Multimedia 2013October 21-25, 2013, Barcelona, Catalunya, Spainhttp://www.acmmm13.org/Open Source Software Competition ProgramImportant Dates    Submission deadline: May 13, 2013 at 11:59pm PST (UTC-8)    Notification … → Read More: Open Source Software Competition

Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions

What problems do Yahoo!, Microsoft, Huawei, Technicolor, NHK and Videolectures see in the future of multimedia? Try to address them by working with some of the largest multimedia collections available, including: hundred’s of thousands of training im… → Read More: Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions

CHI 2013 Video Previews are live!

You might remember a while ago, we solicited some examples of videos for the Video Preview program for CHI 2013. Well, it took a while, but the CHI 2013 Video Previews web site is now live. The Video Previews are a new feature for the CHI Conference series, replacing the long-running CHI Madness daily plenary […] → Read More: CHI 2013 Video Previews are live!

Facial expressions changes using different lighting angles, lenses, etc

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Web based LIRE demo now online

Article from http://www.semanticmetadata.net/ A new web based LIRE demo is online. Within this demo you are able to search in an index of 300.000 images from the MIRFLICKR data set. Currently online queries from within the index are allowed, so no cust… → Read More: Web based LIRE demo now online

Stratified sampling in e-discovery evaluation

Point- and lower-bound confidence estimates on the completeness (or recall) of an e-discovery production are calculated by sampling documents, from both the production and the remainder of the collection (the null set). The most straightforward way to draw this sample is as a simple random sample (SRS) across the whole collection, produced and unproduced. However, [...] → Read More: Stratified sampling in e-discovery evaluation

Pyramid Histogram of Oriented Gradients (PHOG) implemented in LIRE

Article from: http://www.semanticmetadata.net/2013/04/07/pyramid-histogram-of-oriented-gradients-phog-implemented-in-lire/ Yesterday I checked in the latest LIRE revision featuring the PHOG descriptor. I basically goes along image edge lines (using the… → Read More: Pyramid Histogram of Oriented Gradients (PHOG) implemented in LIRE

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