Tag Archives: image phylogeny

Image Provenance Analysis at Scale

In this article, the authors present a fully automated large-scale end-to-end pipeline that starts with the step of provenance image filtering (over millions of images) and ends up with the provenance graphs. The most immediate application of provenance image filtering … Continue reading

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Two more talks by Prof. Rocha in Singapore

Prof. Anderson Rocha is currently in Singapore, where he is offering a cycle of talks. Here’s the schedule of two additional ones — From one to many: Discovering relationships within sets of multimedia objects Abstract : Currently, multimedia objects can … Continue reading

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Video showcases new results on image/video phylogeny

Image and video phylogeny is the task of reconstructing the “genealogical tree” of derivative works in a corpus (i.e. finding which videos/images derive from which). The video below showcases new results obtained by RECOD, in a collaboration between the University … Continue reading

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Prof. Rocha, Prof. Goldenstein have an article at Forensic Science International Journal

Prof. Anderson Rocha and Prof. Siome Goldenstein, together with their colleague Prof. Zanoni Dias, had an article accepted for the upcoming September issue of the Forensic Science International, “Toward image phylogeny forests: Automatically recovering semantically similar image relationships”. Here’s the … Continue reading

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