Vision and Robotics Seminar 2005

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Dec 29, Guillermo Sapiro (University of Minnesota)
Video inpainting, colorization, and some other special effects.

Dec 22, Daniel Freedman (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - RPI)
Recent results in graph cuts: illumination-invariant tracking and k-pixel interactions.

Dec 15, Ira Kemelmacher
Molding face shapes by example.

Dec 8, Amnon Shashua (HUJI)
Probabilistic and Hard Clustering in Graphs and Hypergraphs
and Symmetric Factorization

Dec 1, Boris Epshtein
Visual classification by a hierarchy of semantic fragments.

Nov 24, Amir A. Handzel
Hearing where things are.
Note unusual time.

Oct 10 at 14:30, Shai Avidan (Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs - MERL)
Security, detection and tracking in surveillance applications.
Note the unusual day and time.

Aug 31, Oren Boiman
Detecting irregularities in images and in video.
Note the unusual day.

Aug 25, Iddo Drori (Stanford University)
Multiscale representations for manifold-valued data.

Aug 4, Sarit Shwartz (Technion)
Blind separation of high dimensional sources.

July 10, Lihi Zelnik-Manor (Caltech)
Decomposition of video data.

June 16, Yadin Dudai (Department of Neurobiology, WIS)
The risk of using memory, or, what happens when associations compete for hegemony .

June 9, Anat Levin (Hebrew University)
Learning to segment and detect objects using Gaussian Conditional Random Fields .

June 2, Tammy Riklin Raviv (Tel-Aviv University)
Prior-based segmentation and shape registration in the presence of perspective distortion.

May 30, 14:30, Andras Ferencz (Berkeley)
Building classification cascades for visual identification from one example.

May 26, Amnon Shashua (Hebrew University)
Non-Negative Tensor Factorization, EM and L2--EM, with applications to statistics and computer vision.

May 19, Alex Rav-Acha (Hebrew University)
Evolving Time Fronts: Spatio-Temporal Video Warping.

May 5, Lior Wolf (MIT)
Challenges in scene understanding.

April 21, Evgeniy Bart
Object recognition and classification from a single training example.

April 14, Eli Shechtman
Space-Time Behavior Based Correlation.

April 7, Ariel Tankus (Tel-Aviv University)
Perspective Shape-from-Shading.

March 31, Aharon Bar Hillel (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Efficient learning of relational object class models.

March 17, Leah Bar (Tel-Aviv University)
Image Deblurring in the Presence of Salt-and-Pepper Noise.

March 10, Leonid Karlinsky
The learning and use of graphical models for image interpretation.

March 3, Yacov Hel-Or (IDC)
The Canonical Correlations of Color Images.

Feb 3, Jacob Goldberger (Bar-Ilan University)
Automatic Visualization and Classification of High Dimensional Datasets.

January 27, No Seminar

January 20, Yotam Abramson (Ecole des Mines de Paris)
Visual object detection for the automotive domain.

January 13, No Seminar

January 6, Frederik Schaffalitzky (Oxford University)
Discriminatively Trained Feature Transforms.