We are pleased to announce that our paper “Spatio-Chromatic Opponent Features” by Ioannis Alexiou and Anil Bharath has been accepted for ECCV 2014, Zurich. ECCV is the third highest ranked conference in computer vision, with a rejection rate of 75%. The code is now available on BitBucket, and a PDF preprint is available below:
As promised, the Small Hand-held Object Recognition Test has been expanded from 30 to 100 categories, including a wider range of groceries, toiletries and other widely available products. This expansion will allow better generalisations of the evaluated algorithms.
The expansion can be browsed from here under the TRAINING-100 directory.
More uploads will follow over the summer: the evaluation code will finally be released, and a single download link will be created for the dataset.
Congratulations to Jose on starting his internship at The MathWorks, Cambridge ! Jose has secured an internship at the MathWorks in Cambridge, UK. He’ll be back in London from October to finish off his PhD
Our paper “Small Hand-held Object Recognition Test (SHORT)” will appear in WACV2014, an IEEE conference sponsored by PAMI-TC. The paper will be available on this website soon, but in the meantime, you can browse the dataset and the paper where it is described.
The book, Introductory Medical Imaging, written by Anil Bharath, part of the Synthesis Lectures on Biomedical Engineering Series (2008), is the 13th most downloaded book in the Synthesis Lectures series.