University of Bristol

VILSS: Human Action Recognition and Detection from Noisy 3D Skeleton Data

Mohamed Hussein, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology Human action recognition and human action detection are two closely related problems. In human action recogniton, the purpose is to determine the class of an action performed by…

VILSS: Global description of images. Application to robot mapping and localisation

VILab Seminar with speaker Luis Payá from Miguel Hernández University, Spain

VILSS: Joint Tracking and Event Analysis for Carried Object Detection

Aryana Tavanai, University of Leeds Tracking and Event Analysis are areas of video analysis which have great importance in robotics applications and automated surveillance. Although they have been greatly studied individually, there has been little work…

VILSS: Ultrasound imaging and inverse problems

Denis Kouame, Universite Paul Sabatier Toulouse Among all the medical imaging modalities, ultrasound imaging is the most widely used, due to its safety, cost-effectiveness, flexibility and real-time nature. However, compared to other medical imaging modalities such…

VILSS: Ortho-diffusion decompositions of graph-based representations of images

Adrian Bors, University of York In this presentation I introduce the ortho-diffusion operator. I consider graph-based data representations where full data interconnectivity is modelled using probability transition matrices. Multi-scale dimensionality reduction at different scales is used…

VILSS: Transductive Transfer Learning for Computer Vision

Teo de Campos, University of Surrey One of the ultimate goals of the open ended learning systems is to take advantage of previous experience in dealing with future problems. We focus on classification problems where labelled…

VILSS: 2D Pairwise Geometry for Robust and Scalable Place Recognition

Edward Jones, Dyson Research Lab, Imperial College London In this talk, I will present an overview of my PhD research on extending recent trends in visual place recognition to offer robustness and scalability. The underlying theme…

VILSS: Wirewax – engineering vision algorithms for the wild

John Greenall, Wirewax, London Wirewax is a platform for turning your videos into rich interactive experiences. Backing the website is a powerful suite of computer vision algorithms that run on a scalable cloud architecture. This talk…

VILSS: Are Cars Just 3D Boxes? Jointly Estimating the 3D Shape of Multiple Objects

Zeeshan Zia, Imperial College London Current systems for scene understanding typically represent objects as 2D or 3D bounding boxes. While these representations have proven robust in a variety of applications, they provide only coarse approximations to…

VILSS: Intelligent signal processing and learning in imaging

Panagiotis Tsakalides, University of Crete Modern technologies, including the proliferation of high performance sensors and network connectivity, have revolutionized imaging systems used in applications ranging from medical and astronomical imaging to consumer photography. These applications demand…

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