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MMM 2014 – The 20th Anniversary International Conference on MultiMedia Modeling Dublin, Ireland

Now in its 20th year, MMM is a leading international conference for researchers and industry practitioners for sharing new ideas, original research results and practical development experiences from all MMM related areas. The conference calls for full … → Read More: MMM 2014 – The 20th Anniversary International Conference on MultiMedia Modeling Dublin, Ireland

PhD POSITION on TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

Vienna University of Technology, AustriaDo you want to be an expert on information retrieval – the technology battle field between IT giants? Do you want to understand what it means to answer a user’s request for information? What it means to answer it… → Read More: PhD POSITION on TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

[CVPR 2013] Three Trending Computer Vision Research Areas

http://quantombone.blogspot.com/ As I walked through the large poster-filled hall at CVPR 2013, I asked myself, “Quo vadis Computer Vision?” (Where are you going, computer vision?)  I see lots of papers which exploit last year’s ideas, copious… → Read More: [CVPR 2013] Three Trending Computer Vision Research Areas

PhD student in Computer Vision and Machine Learning

Faculty of Science – Informatics Institute http://www.uva.nl/over-de-uva/werken-bij-de-uva/vacatures/item/13-205.html The Faculty of Science occupies a leading position internationally in its fields of research and participates in a large number of coo… → Read More: PhD student in Computer Vision and Machine Learning

LIRE 0.9.4 beta released

Article from http://www.semanticmetadata.net/2013/07/07/lire-0-9-4-beta-released/ I’ve just uploaded LIRE 0.9.4 beta to the Google Code downloads page. This is an intermediate release that reflects several changes within the SVN trunk. Basically I pu… → Read More: LIRE 0.9.4 beta released

Looking ahead

It is reasonably well-known that people who examine search results often don’t go past the first few hits, perhaps stopping at the “fold” or at the end of the first page. It’s a habit we’ve acquired due to high-quality results to precision-oriented information needs. Google has trained us well. But this habit may not always […] → Read More: Looking ahead