Article from http://blogs.mathworks.com I’d like to welcome back guest blogger Brett Shoelson for the continuation of his series of posts on implementing image special effects in MATLAB. Brett, a contributor for the File Exchange Pick of the Week blog,… → Read More: Don’t Photoshop it…MATLAB it!
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: – Multimedia content analysis and understanding– Content-based browsing, indexing and retrieval of images, video and audio– Advanced descriptors and similarity metrics for multimedia– Audio an… → Read More: Call for Papers: WIAMIS 2013: The 14th International Workshop on Image and Audio Analysis for Multimedia Interactive Services
I’ve recently started posting on LinkedIn as part of LinkedIn’s thought leadership program. My first two posts as an “influencer” are a bit meta: Influence and the Attention Economy Measuring Influence I’m curious to hear what you think — both of the content and of the platform. I have no immediate intention to migrate the [...] → Read More: Follow Me on LinkedIn!
Gonzalo Ramos and I are the video previews chairs for CHI 2013. Video previews are a new way of promoting and advertising CHI publications before, during, and after the conference.; they will replace the traditional live CHI Madness presentations. We would like to put together a small set of short videos (approx 30 seconds long) [...] → Read More: Ghosts of CHI Madness past
The moment I learned that CIKM 2012 would be held in Maui, I knew I had to be there. Having co-organized the CIKM 2011 industry event, I had enough karma to be invited as part of this year’s industry event, representing LinkedIn. PRE-CONFERENCE: PSEUNAMI WARNING AND A WORKSHOP I arrived in Maui on Sunday, October [...] → Read More: CIKM 2012: Notes from a Conference in Paradise
I was fortunate this year not only to be able to attend the 21st ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2012) in Maui, but also to be invited as part of this year’s industry event, representing LinkedIn.
A… → Read More: Data By The People, For The People
One of the things we did slightly differently in this year’s HCIR Symposium was to introduce full-length, pier reviewed, top-tier conference-quality papers. We received a number of submissions, each of which was read and discussed by three reviewers. We then rejected some of papers, and sent several back for a rewrite-and-resubmit cycle. In the end, [...] → Read More: HCIR 2012 papers published!
Last year, I had the pleasure of co-organizing the CIKM 2011 Industry Event in Glasgow. This year, I’m honored to be part of the CIKM 2012 Industry Event program, along with top industry researchers from Adobe, eBay, Google, Groupon, IBM, Microsoft, Tencent, and Walmart Labs. I’ll be giving a talk on “Data By The People, [...] → Read More: LinkedIn at CIKM 2012
Hi FXPAL blogosphere. Among the odds and ends I do at FXPAL is help people present their works with video. It also falls to me to archive the videos themselves. As I periodically move the video to new storage servers, I tend to look over “the old family album.” Our family is in the business [...] → Read More: Mining the Video Past of Future Research: Is it worth a look?
We regret to inform you that you paper has not been accepted as a PhD student: as a post-doc: as a professor: by Nikolaj We are pleased to inform you that your paper has been accepted As a PhD student: As a post doc: As a professor: by Nikolaj &… → Read More: True story!!