Monthly Archives: May 2016

Patent: “Método Multimodal e em Tempo Real para Filtragem de Conteúdo Sensível”

The partnership between Unicamp/RECOD and SAMSUNG already resulted in many published scientific papers. However, this is not the only way to demonstrate the good results that have been achieved so far. In this post we are very happy to announce … Continue reading

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PSQP – Puzzle Solving by Quadratic Programming

The traditional Jigsaw Puzzle is the problem of assembling several non-overlapping puzzle pieces that can be combined in order to obtain a single image. Despite that fact it is a NP-complete problem, much effort has been devoted to solve the … Continue reading

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Tutorial at ICIP’16: The Open Set Recognition Problem and Its Implications and Opportunities in Visual Computing, Forensics and Security

We are very glad to announce that Prof. Anderson Rocha (from University of Campinas and Recod) and Prof. Walter Scheirer (from University of Notre Dame) will present a tutorial at the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) in … Continue reading

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Toward an Automated Identification of Anastrepha Fruit Flies in the fraterculus group (Diptera, Tephritidae)

In a multi-disciplinary research work between computer science and biology, this paper assesses image analysis techniques as automatic identifiers of three Anastrepha species of quarantine importance, Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann), Anastrepha obliqua (Macquart), and Anastrepha sororcula Zucchi, based on wing and … Continue reading

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Low false positive learning with support vector machines

In automated computer-based diagnosis systems, falsely determining that a case is normal is much more serious than falsely determining that the case is abnormal, especially if the system is being used for triage of patients. This is an example where … Continue reading

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MIT App Inventor is now available in Brazilian Portuguese!

Professor Eduardo Valle has completed the translating process of MIT App Inventor to Brazilian Portuguese. According to him, there were around 12 thousands words to translate and only one third was already translated. MIT App Inventor facilitates the development of … Continue reading

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