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Action Recognition, Temporal Localization And Detection in Trimmed And Untrimmed Video

Action Recognition, Temporal Localization And Detection in Trimmed And Untrimmed Video

HEC 103, 4328 Scorpius Street
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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Final Examination of Rui Hou for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science This dissertation addresses the problem of action understanding in videos, which includes action recognition in trimmed video, temporal action localization in untrimmed video, spatial-temporal action detection and video object/action segmentation. For action recognition, we propose a method for learning discriminative […]

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26 June 2019
Coupled-Instances Domain Adaptation for Cross-Spectrum Face Recognition

Coupled-Instances Domain Adaptation for Cross-Spectrum Face Recognition

HEC 101, 4328 Scorpius Street, HEC 245F
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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Speaker: Joel Douglas From: Systems & Technology Research Abstract State-of-the-art performance for object detection, object classification and activity recognition requires curation of large datasets which are necessary to make deep networks with tens of millions of parameters able to generalize. However, data of this scale is not available for many applications, especially in the infrared […]

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09 May 2019
VoxelMorph: Unsupervised learning for fast probabilistic diffeomorphic registration

VoxelMorph: Unsupervised learning for fast probabilistic diffeomorphic registration

HEC 101, 4328 Scorpius Street, HEC 245F
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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Speaker: Mert R. Sabuncu From: Cornell University Abstract In this talk, I will present VoxelMorph - a fast learning-based framework for deformable, pairwise image registration. Traditional registration methods optimize an objective function for each pair of images, which can be time-consuming for large datasets and/or with rich deformation models. In contrast to this approach, and building on recent learning-based methods, we […]

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26 April 2019
A Navigational Approach to Health

A Navigational Approach to Health

Research I – 101, 4353 Scorpius Street
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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Speaker: Ramesh Jain From: Institute for Future Health, Department of Computer Science, University of California Abstract What if an app could guide you to better health, similar to how GPS navigation directs you to your desired destination?   Advances in sensors, mobile computing, artificial intelligence, data management, cloud computing, biology, and medicine allow approaching human health […]

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22 February 2019