Month: May 2011

Multiobjective Fuzzy Clustering

Place: Large Lecture Room – CVC Affiliation: Humboldt Fellow, German Cancer Research Center Heidelberg, Germany Dep.of C.S and Engineering, Jadavpur Univ. India   Clustering, a popular exploratory data analysis tool, attempts to partition a given data set into a number of cohesive

Unsupervised STDP-based learning and computer vision applications

Place: Large Lecture Room – CVC Affiliation: Computational Neuroscience Group, ICREA and Univ. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain   Spike Timing-Dependent Plasticity (STDP) is a physiological mechanism of activity-driven synaptic regulation, where an excitatory synapse receiving a spike before a postsynaptic one is emitted is

Improving Web Image Search Results Using Query-Relative Classifiers

Place: Large Lecture Room – CVC Affiliation: INRIA Grenoble, France   With the growth of multimedia content on the web, image web search using text queries has received considerable attention. However, current approaches that use visual information require that relevance model is trained

Actom Sequence Models for Efficient Action Detection

Place: Large Lecture Room – CVC Affiliation: MSR-INRIA, (LEAR team)   This talk will address the problem of detecting actions, such as drinking or opening a door, in hours of challenging video data.  We propose a model based on a sequence of