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2011 Impact Factor Values

According to the ISI Web of Knowledge, the top 10 journals in the field of “COMPUTER SCIENCE, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE” are: 1.IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PATTERN ANALYSIS AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE 2.SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences 3.MEDICAL IMAGE ANALYSIS… → Read More: 2011 Impact Factor Values

Topology Dictionary for 3D Video Understanding

By Tony Tung and Takashi Matsuyama This paper presents a novel approach that achieves 3D video understanding. 3D video consists of a stream of 3D models of subjects in motion. The acquisition of long sequences requires large storage space (2 GB for 1 m… → Read More: Topology Dictionary for 3D Video Understanding

Janken (rock-paper-scissors) Robot with 100% winning rate

The purpose of this study is to develop a janken (rock-paper-scissors) robot system with 100% winning rate as one example of human-machine cooperation systems.http://www.k2.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/fusion/Janken/index-e.html Recognition of human hand can be… → Read More: Janken (rock-paper-scissors) Robot with 100% winning rate

Predicting events in videos, before they happen. CVPR 2012 Best Paper

Article from http://quantombone.blogspot.gr/2012/06/predicting-events-in-videos-before-they.html Intelligence is all about making inferences given observations, but somewhere in the history of Computer Vision, we (as a community) have put too much emph… → Read More: Predicting events in videos, before they happen. CVPR 2012 Best Paper

Is that smile real or fake?

Do you smile when you’re frustrated? Most people think they don’t — but they actually do, a new study from MIT has found. What’s more, it turns out that computers programmed with the latest information from this research do a better job of different… → Read More: Is that smile real or fake?

Driving without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears

A side mirror that eliminates the dangerous “blind spot” for drivers has now received a U.S. patent. The subtly curved mirror, invented by Drexel University mathematics professor Dr. R. Andrew Hicks,dramatically increases the field of view with min… → Read More: Driving without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears

An Egg-Boiling Fuzzy Logic Robot

  Fuzzy Logic is a Computational Intelligence methodology, suitable for representing knowledge and deciding upon actions. In this video, we present the fundamental aspects of Fuzzy Logic as used in a fictional robotic household appliance. In spec… → Read More: An Egg-Boiling Fuzzy Logic Robot

Playing Card Recognition Using AForge.Net Framework

Article from Codeproject Playing card recognition systems can be coupled with a robotic system which acts like a dealer or a human player in a card game, such as blackjack. Implementing this kind of application is also a good example for learning comp… → Read More: Playing Card Recognition Using AForge.Net Framework

A Virtual Opinion

John R. Smith, “A Virtual Opinion,” IEEE Multimedia, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 2-3, April-June 2012, doi:10.1109/MMUL.2012.18 Social media provides new opportunities for sharing health-related data online. Although crowdsourcing medical diagnoses is not yet … → Read More: A Virtual Opinion

Special Session on "Secure Retrieval and Dissemination of Information (text and image) in Distributed and Wireless specific purpose Environments 2012"

The 16th Panhellenic Conference on Informatics5-7 October, 2012Piraeus, Greece As mobile devices are enhanced continuously with more resources, wireless infrastructures provide support to a growing number of specific purpose environments. Advances on s… → Read More: Special Session on "Secure Retrieval and Dissemination of Information (text and image) in Distributed and Wireless specific purpose Environments 2012"