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At Georgia Tech, CPL is affiliated with the Center for Robotics and Machine Intelligence (RIM@GT), and the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center (GVU)
At Georgia Tech, CPL is affiliated with the Center for Robotics and Machine Intelligence (RIM@GT), and the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center (GVU)

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CPL has loads going on at #ECCV2014. Two papers in the main conference. Two invited workshop talks, 1 demo, 1 organized workshop. Etc. Etc. 

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CPL will be again having a busy CVPR 2014 in Columbus, OH. USA (http://www.pamitc.org/cvpr14/). Were have 4 papers in the main conference. 2 Tutorials, 2 workshop papers and lot more. 

+ Steven Hickson, Irfan Essa, Henrik Christensen, Stan Birchfield "Efficient Hierarchical Graph-Based Segmentation of RBGD Videos” 

+ Nam Vo and Aaron Bobick. “From Stochastic Grammar to Bayes Network: Probabilistic Parsing of Complex Activity”

+ Ahmad Humayun, Fuxin Li, and James M. Rehg. RIGOR: Recycling Inference in Graph Cuts for generating Object Regions  (PDF) -   6/24/2014 Poster 1A (10:00-12:00)

+ Yin Li, Xiaodi Hou, Christof Koch, James M. Rehg,  Alan L. Yuille. “The Secrets of Salient Object Segmentation”. 

CPL will have a very busy CVPR. 3 papers in the main conference. 3 Workshops invited talks, 1 Demo, 1 Doctoral Consortium and 1 co-organized workshop.  See you all at CVPR in Providence.

+ K. Kim, D. Lee, and I. Essa (2012), “Detecting Regions of Interest in Dynamic Scenes with Camera Motions,”
+ A. Fathi, J. K. Hodgins and J. M. Rehg, “Social Interactions: A First-Person Perspective”
+ L. Wang, Y. Li, J. Jia, J. Sun, D.P. Wipf and J.M. Rehg, “Learning Sparse Covariance Patterns for Natural Scenes”

+ Irfan Essa, Invited Talk in CVPR Workshop 2012: Large-Scale Video Search and Mining on Thursday
+Alireza Fathi, Co-Chair of 2nd IEEE Workshop on Egocentric (First-Person) Vision
+ Aaron Bobick, Invited talk at Looking at People Workshop
+ Thad Starner, Invited talk at the  Gesture recognition and Kinect demonstration competition 

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