Computer Vision Misc Reading Group
Wednesdays, 4:30 - 6:00, Intel Lab (Top Floor, Collaborative Innovation Center)

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2010 Schedule

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Date Presenter Description
Kate, Gunhee, Jon, Tomasz NIPS overview:
Zero-Shot Learning with Semantic Output Codes
Unsupervised Detection of Regions of Interest Using Iterative Link Analysis
Semi-supervised Learning in Gigantic Image Collections
Group Sparse Coding
Riffled Independence for Ranked Data
Who's Doing What: Joint Modeling of Names and Verbs for Simultaneous Face and Pose Annotation
Learning models of object structure
An Additive Latent Feature Model for Transparent Object Recognition
(An LP View of the M-best MAP problem)
(Learning a Small Mixture of Trees)
(An Online Algorithm for Large Scale Image Similarity Learning)
(Scalable Learning in Computer Vision)

Zero-Shot Learning with Semantic Output Codes

Abhinav Gupta Canceled for Microsoft Technology Spotlight: Harry Shum
Santosh Kumar Divvala Canceled due to weather
Ankur Datta Decomposing a Scene into Geometric and Semantically Consistent Regions,
Stephen Gould, Rick Fulton and Daphne Koller.
In IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), 2009.
Alex Sorokin Image Segmentation with A Bounding Box Prior
Victor Lempitsky, Pushmeet Kohli, Carsten Rother, and Toby Sharp
ICCV 2009
Minh Nguyen Sparse Kernel SVMs via Cutting-plane Training
Joachims, T. and Yu, C.N.J.
Machine Learning 2009
Natasha Kholgade Globally Optimal Bilinear Programming for Computer Vision Applications
Chandraker, M. and Kriegman, D.
CVPR 2008
--- Canceled due to ECCV deadline
Everyone ECCV recap
3/31/2010 Everyone ECCV recap (ctd)
4/7/2010 Pete Barnum Light Field Video Stabilization
Brandon M. Smith, Li Zhang, Hailin Jin, and Aseem Agarwala
ICCV 2009
4/14/2010 Henry Kang Class-Specific Hough Forests for Object Detection
J. Gall and V. Lempitsky
CVPR 2009
4/21/2010 Daniel Munoz Snowbird Learning Workshop overview
4/28/2010 Jon Huang Structured Prediction Cascades
David Weiss and Ben Taskar

Image Webs: Computing and Exploiting Connectivity in Image Collections
Kyle Heath, Natasha Gelfand, Maks Ovsjanikov, Mridul Aanjaneya, Leonidas J. Guibas
CVPR 2010
5/5/2010 Yaser Sheikh A Review of Nonrigid Structure Reconstruction Papers at CVPR 2010

Non-Rigid Structure from Locally-Rigid Motion
Jonathan Taylor, Allan Jepson, Kyros Kutulakos

Model Evolution: An Incremental Approach to Non-Rigid Structure from Motion
Shengqi Zhu, Li Zhang, Brandon Smith

Simultaneous Point Matching and 3D Deformable Surface Reconstruction
Appu Shaji, Aydin Varol, Lorenzo Torresani, Pascal Fua

Simultaneous Pose, Correspondence and Non-Rigid Shape
Jordi Sanchez, Jonas Ostlund, Pascal Fua, Francesc Moreno-Noguer
5/12/2010 David Lee Recovering the Spatial Layout of Cluttered Rooms
Varsha Hedau, Derek Hoiem, David Forsyth
ICCV 2009
9/15/2010 Everyone ECCV 2010 Overview
9/22/2010 Everyone ECCV 2010 Overview
9/29/2010 Everyone ECCV 2010 Overview
10/6/2010 Everyone TBA
10/13/2010 Nuske Balanced Exploration and Exploitation Model Search for Eficient Epipolar Geometry Estimation
Liran Goshen and Ilan Shimshoni
PAMI 2008
10/20/2010 Special VASC Olga Barinova (Moscow State Univ)
Advancing geometric analysis of man-made environments
NSH 1305
10/27/2010 Yuandong On the Consistency of Ranking Algorithms
J. Duchi, L. Mackey and M. Jordan
ICML 2010
11/3/2010 de la Torre TBA
11/10/2010 -- CVPR 2011 deadline
11/17/2010 -- CVPR recap
11/24/2010 -- Thanksgiving
12/1/2010 -- VASC Seminar: Ali Farhadi
Richer descriptions for images: Attributes, Sentences, and Phrases
12/8/2010 -- CVPR recap (ctd)

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1. How is the presenters' order generated?
The presenters' order is generated from the presenters' list in a FIFO manner.

2. Who is responsible if I can not present at the scheduled time?

3. What should I do if I can not present at the scheduled time?
First, let the organizer know your situation, as early as possible. Second, contact other presenters on the list and see if they are willing to swap with you.

4. What happens if a new event takes place and we have to change the schedule?
To minimize disturbance, the conflited slot will be moved to the rear of the list after confirmed with the originally scheduled presenter, while all the other schedules remain unchanged.

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