The CVPR 2019 paper Spherical Regression: Learning Viewpoints, Surface Normals and 3D Rotations on n-Spheres by Shuai Liao, Stratis Gavves and Cees Snoek is now available. Many computer vision challenges require continuous outputs, but tend to be solved by discrete … Continue reading
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The CVPR 2019 paper Dance with Flow: Two-in-One Stream Action Detection by Jiaojiao Zhao and Cees Snoek is now available. The goal of this paper is to detect the spatio-temporal extent of an action. The two-stream detection network based on … Continue reading
The paper “Pointly-Supervised Action Localization” by Pascal Mettes and Cees Snoek has been published in the International Journal of Computer Vision. The paper strives for spatio-temporal localization of human actions in videos. In the literature, the consensus is to achieve … Continue reading
This summer Qualcomm, the world-leader in mobile chip-design, and the University of Amsterdam, a world-leading computer science department, have started a joint research lab in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as a great opportunity to join the best of academic and industrial … Continue reading
This week, Barcelona hosts the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision. Judging from the paper titles, the focus will be on learning to recognize objects in images.
We make video search engines. With these search engines we participate in international competitions, often with excellent results. While good progress has been achieved over the past years, the video search engines are not precise enough, yet. We have been … Continue reading
Our Pinkpop video search engine is generating some media attention, including coverage in national news papers and television. It is likely that more concert footage will be added in the coming weeks, so stay tuned at: http://www.hollandsglorieoppinkpop.nl/. I am quite … Continue reading