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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Graduate Seminar Guest Speaker Prof. Andreas Savakis Department of Computer Engineering Rochester Institute of Technology Intelligent Vision Algorithms for Interactive Display Applications Friday, February 12, 2010 2pm – 109 KNOX ABSTRACT Interactive displays offer a wealth of opportunities for applications dealing with human computer interaction, content delivery, entertainment, education, customer service and smart spaces. This talk discusses intelligent vision algorithms developed at RIT’s Real Time Vision Lab under the umbrella of interactive display applications. We explore new methodologies for face detection, pose estimation, facial tracking, expression recognition and activity recognition. A variety of approaches are considered ranging from shape models to dimensionality reduction using random projections or manifold learning. The shape context descriptor and active shape models are useful for activity and expression recognition.
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