- Sketch-based image retrieval @ ACMMM’16 … July 12th, 2016
Dan Xu, Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Jingkuan Song, Elisa Ricci and Nicu Sebe
In the last few years, the query-by-visual-example paradigm gained popularity, specially for content based retrieval systems. As sketches represent a natural way of expressing a synthetic query, recent research efforts focused on developing algorithmic solutions to address the sketch-based image retrieval (SBIR) ...
- Remote heart-rate estimation with self-adaptive ma… June 29th, 2016
Sergey Tulyakov, Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Elisa Ricci, Lijun Yin, Jeffrey Cohn and Nicu Sebe
Recent studies in computer vision have shown that, while practically invisible to a human observer, skin color changes due to blood flow can be captured on face videos and, surprisingly, be used to estimate the heart rate (HR). While considerable progress has been ...
- Presentation of Recurrent Face Aging @ CVPR’… June 28th, 2016
I presented a paper with the title: Recurrent Face Aging at CVPR’16, because Wei and Nicu could not make it to Las Vegas. Someone actually recorded the talk, so while waiting for the official videos, you can get part of the oral presentation here:
- Seminar: Multimodal behavioral analysis in the wil… May 28th, 2016
I will be giving a seminar at Télécom ParisTech on June the 7th the abstract of which reads below.
The automated analysis of human behavior in unstructured scenarios has many potential applications in health care, conflict and people management, sociology, marketing and surveillance. It is therefore unsurprising that many researchers invested efforts into developing computational approaches ...
- Seminar: Matrix completion, a vision-oriented pers… May 15th, 2016
I will be giving a seminar at INRIA, CMU and IRI on computer vision applications of matrix completion.
Matrix completion is a generic framework aiming to recover a matrix from a limited number of (possibly noisy) entries. In this content, low-rank regularizers are often imposed so as to find matrix estimators that are robust to noise ...
- The separation of moving sound sources @ WASPAA … May 14th, 2016
Dionyssos Kounades-Bastian, Laurent Girin, Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Sharon Gannot and Radu Horaud
The separation of moving sound sources is a challenging task mainly because it is extremely complex to devise algorithms that robustly discriminate those signal variations due to the intrinsic variation of the sound source from those signal variations due to the time-varying ...
- Non-Linear Matrix Completion @ CVPR’16 (Las … April 11th, 2016
Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Elisa Ricci, Yan Yan and Nicu Sebe
Advanced computer vision and machine learning techniques tried to automatically categorize the emotions elicited by abstract paintings with limited success. Since the annotation of the emotional content is highly resource-consuming, datasets of abstract paintings are either constrained in size or partially annotated. Consequently, it is natural to ...
- 2.5x @ IEEE CVPR 2016 (Las Vegas) March 10th, 2016
We’ve got two papers accepted at IEEE CVPR 2016:
Remote heart-rate estimation with self-adaptive matrix completion .
Recognize emotions from abstract paintings with non-linear matrix completion
Additionally I presented a paper on Recurrent Face Aging from the group.
- Weighted-data GMM @ IEEE TPAMI January 25th, 2016
Israel-Dejene Gebru, Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Florence Forbes and Radu Horaud
We recently got a paper accepted at TPAMI!
We had this crazy idea of mixture models that are trained with weighted-data. Imagine you want to train a GMM, and each data point comes with a weight denoting the relevance of the data point for the ...
- Low-rank inverse-gamma @ IEEE ICASSP 2016 (Shangai… January 20th, 2016
Dionyssis Kounades-Bastian, Laurent Girin, Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Sharon Gannot and Radu Horaud
Our low-rank parametrization of inverse-gamma distributions for speech modeling has been accepted at IEEE ICASSP 2016. The main idea is to parametrize the power-spectral density with an NMF-like model in which, even if the parameters are low-rank, the PSD is not. Indeed, ...