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Practical Image & Video Processing Using MATLAB

The Chinese version of the textbook “Practical Image & Video Processing Using MATLAB” (Tsinghua Univ Press) is now available http://www.tup.tsinghua.edu.cn/book/list_cs.asp?csbh=10 → Read More: Practical Image & Video Processing Using MATLAB

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

12th International Content Based Multimedia Indexing Workshop – Demo submission

Authors are invited to submit demo papers of 4 pages maximum. All peer-reviewed, accepted and registered papers will be published in the CBMI 2014 workshop proceedings  to be indexed and distributed by the IEEE Xplore. The demos will be presented … → Read More: 12th International Content Based Multimedia Indexing Workshop – Demo submission

Say hello to Project Tango!

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CBMI 2014 – Full paper submission deadline: February 28, 2014

Following the eleven successful previous events of CBMI (Toulouse 1999, Brescia 2001, Rennes 2003, Riga 2005, Bordeaux 2007, London 2008, Chania 2009, Grenoble 2010, Madrid 2011, Annecy 2012, and Veszprem 2013), the 12th International Content Based Mul… → Read More: CBMI 2014 – Full paper submission deadline: February 28, 2014

Video Friday: Shadow Hand, Table Tennis Death Match, and Happy Valentine’s Day

Today is Valentine’s Day in many countries around the world. For Valentine’s Day, we’re posting robot videos, because we love robots. And we know you love robots too, at least a little bit, or you wouldn’t be here, right? RIGHT! Also, you should all… → Read More: Video Friday: Shadow Hand, Table Tennis Death Match, and Happy Valentine’s Day

Secret Ties in Google’s "Open" Android

Google claims that its Android mobile operating system is “open” and “open source”–hence a benefit to competition. Little-known contract restrictions reveal otherwise: In order to obtain key mobile apps, including Google’s own Search, Maps, and You… → Read More: Secret Ties in Google’s "Open" Android

Secret Ties in Google’s "Open" Android

Google claims that its Android mobile operating system is “open” and “open source”–hence a benefit to competition. Little-known contract restrictions reveal otherwise: In order to obtain key mobile apps, including Google’s own Search, Maps, and You… → Read More: Secret Ties in Google’s "Open" Android

GRire New Version 0.06

The GRire library is a light-weight but complete framework for implementing CBIR (Content Based Image Retrieval) methods. It contains various image feature extractors, descriptors, classifiers, databases and other necessary tools. Currently, the main o… → Read More: GRire New Version 0.06

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