Tag Archives: open set recognition

Talk: The brave new world of open-set recognition

Being part of a series of four talks that will be given at NTU Singapore, in this fourth talk Prof. Anderson Rocha (RECOD) explored the research field of Open-set Recognition. The talk comprises four parts, each of which lasting approximately … Continue reading

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Nearest neighbors distance ratio open-set classifier

We are very glad to announce that our paper entitled “Nearest neighbors distance ratio open-set classifier” has been accepted in the very prestigious Springer Machine Learning journal. In this work, the authors propose a novel multiclass classifier for open-set recognition … Continue reading

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Tutorial: The Open Set Recognition Problem in Information Forensics and Security

Despite the great science progress we have seen in automated methods for information forensics and security, this tutorial presented at WIFS2015 by Prof. Anderson Rocha of RECOD/Unicamp and Prof. Walter Scheirer of University of Notre Dame, focuses on the major … Continue reading

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Prof. Rocha has an article published in PAMI

Prof. Anderson Rocha, in cooperation with his colleagues Dr. Walter J. Scheirer, Ph.D. candidate Archana Sapkota, and Prof. Terrance E. Boult (all from University of Colorado, Colorado Springs), had an article accepted for publication in the prestigious journal IEEE  Transactions on Pattern Analysis … Continue reading

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