Author Archives: Alexandre Ferreira

Talk: Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies: Challenges and Research Opportunities

Next Friday, on October 20th, Prof. Ricardo Torres will talk about Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies: Challenges and Research Opportunities at the Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Earth Observation in conjunction with the SIBGRAPI 2017 – Conference on … Continue reading

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Graph-based Bag-of-Words for Classification

This paper, entitled Graph-based Bag-of-Words for Classification, introduces the Bag of Graphs (BoG), a Bag-of-Words model that encodes in graphs the local structures of a digital object. It presents a formal definition, introducing concepts and rules that make this model … Continue reading

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Talk: Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies

Tomorrow, on Oct 6th 2017 at 14h IC/Unicamp auditorium, Prof. Ricardo Torres will give a talk about Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies. The talk is part of the Institute of Computing weekly seminars series of 2017. Title: Remote … Continue reading

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Two Ph.D. thesis defense: Hilario Seibel and Danille Rodrigues

The RECODists Hilario Seibel Jr. and Daniele Rodrigues have earned their Ph.D. degrees last Friday September 29th at IC/Unicamp. The details are shown below: Ph.D. candidate: Hilario Seibel Title: Super-resolution in low-quality videos for forensics, surveillance, and mobile applications Supervisor: … Continue reading

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FAPESP Thematic Projects at RECOD

RECOD Lab. has been awarded two Fapesp Thematic Projects recently. This is an AMAZING achievement for our lab. and for IC/Unicamp, especially during this tough financial moment in our country. The two projects, entitled “DéjàVu: Feature-space-time coherence from heterogeneous data for … Continue reading

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Kuaa: A unified framework for design, deployment, execution, and recommendation of ML experiments

Several libraries and machine-learning frameworks have been proposed in the literature to support users in the process of defining the most appropriate methods for their applications. However, many frameworks have limitations including the lack of flexibility to include novel proposed … Continue reading

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RECOD on the news

An article published at Correio Braziliense (in Portuguese), which is an important vehicle of communication in Brazil, highlights that 40% of doctored images are not perceived by people. This conclusion was reached by researchers at Warwick University through several experiments. … Continue reading

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RECOD amasses (for the second time) two awards at the Google Research Awards for Latin America 2017

As a good déjà vu of what happened in 2016, two RECOD projects coordinated by Prof. Anderson Rocha and Prof. Eduardo Valle will keep receiving their scholarships from Google LARA (Latin American Research Awards) for the next 12 months. This … Continue reading

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Your PLOS ONE Article is in the Top 25% Most Cited

The research paper entitled “Advancing Bag-of-Visual-Words Representations for Lesion Classification in Retinal Images” is among the top 25% most cited articles at PLOS ONE journal. This article inaugurates RECOD’s policy on improving the reproducibility of our published results, by making … Continue reading

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User-Centric Coordinates for Applications Leveraging 3-Axis Accelerometer Data

Mobile devices are becoming ubiquitous and, sometimes, even extensions of ourselves. These devices are growing fast in terms of delivered computational power, storage capacity, battery duration, and built-in sensors. Time and again, we see headlines advertising new unforeseen applications leveraging … Continue reading

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