Pattern Recognition Class Talks - 2005

"It usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech."

Mark Twain

November 21
  • Simon Drouin - Pen Stroke Extraction and Refinement Using Learned Models
  • Christopher Ball - Using Literal and Grammatical Statistics for Authorship Attribution
  • Vincent Chapdelaine-Couture
  • November 23
  • Imad Khoury - An Online Handwritten Music Score Recognition System
  • John Ashley Burgoyne - Exploiting the Tradeoff Between Precision and CPU time to Speed Up Nearest Neaighbor Search
  • Faiyaz Zamal - Visual Recognition of Gestures using Dynamic Naive Bayesian Classifiers
  • November 28
  • John Harrison - Query by Tapping: A New Paradigm for Content-based Music Retrieval from Acoustic Input
  • Pablo Castro - Area Based Results for Mine Detection
  • Course evaluations
  • November 30
  • Tim Kietzmann - Face Recognition with Radial Basis Function Neural Networks
  • Jonathan Lau - Skeleton-Based Shape Matching and Retrieval
  • Jean-Ian Boutin - Multimodality Image Registration by Maximization of Mutual Information
  • December 1
  • Robert Vincent - A Fully Automatic and Robust Brain MRI Tissue Classification

  • method
  • Maxime Boucher - Focal Decline of Cortical Thickness in Alzheimer's Disease Identified by Computational Neuroanatomy
  • Gabriel Menard - A Reliable Method for Classification of Bank Notes Using Artificial Neural Networks

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