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Welcome to the DCAPI research group.
Our multi-disciplinary research is mainly focused on the analysis and mining of digital contents (Visual; images and videos, and textual). This includes Computer Vision, Image/Video Processing and analysis, Semantic Analysis, annotation, Action recognition, Image/Video Matching and similarity (Copy & Near-Duplicate detection), and many others.
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Three members of the Lincoln School of Computer Science, and the DCAPI group, have attended the Vision & Language (V&L) Network workshop, 13-14th Dec. 2012 in Sheffield, UK.
Amr Ahmed, Amjad Al-tadmri and Deema AbdalHafeth attended the event, where Amjad and Deema delivered 2 oral presentations and 2 posters about their research work:
|1. VisualNet: Semantic Commonsense Knowledgebase for Visual Applications|
|2. Investigating text analysis of user-generated contents for health related applications|
Abstracts are available on ( http://www.vlnet.org.uk/VLW12/VLW-2012-Accepted-Abstracts.html)
Congratulations for all involved.
The event included tutorial sessions (Vision for language people, and language for vision people). We had an increased presence this year.
Last year, we had a good presence in the last year’s workshop (http://amrahmed.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/2011/09/19/vl-network-workshop-brighton/), had good discussions and useful feedback on the presented work.
Looking forward for similar, if not even better, experience this year.
Best wishes for the presentations.
Dr Amr Ahmed attended the Vision & Language Netowork Workshop in Brighton last Thursday 15th September, where 2 posters and oral presentation were presented from the DCAPI group.
Over 40 researchers, from vision and language areas, attended and it was a good opportunity for networking and exchange of contacts and ideas. Posters and sides will be available on the network’s website in the near future
Some nice photos in Brighton,
with some Icereame!