The new release of our Annotated Facial Landmarks in the Wild (AFLW) database is available! Check it out here.
We won the best paper award at DAGM 2012 with Synergy-based Learning of Facial Identity (Koestinger, Roth, Bischof)!
Our paper Large Scale Metric Learning from Equivalence Constraints (Koestinger, Hirzer, Wohlhart, Roth, Bischof) has been accepted for CVPR 2012 in Providence / Rhode Island.
Our paper Hough-based Tracking of Non-rigid Objects (Godec, Roth, Bischof) has been accepted for ICCV 2011 in Barcelona.
Sabine Sternig received the 2011 Google Anita Borg Scholarship!
Our paper Improving Classifiers with Unlabeled Weakly-Related Video (Leistner, Godec, Schulter, Saffari, Werlberger, Bischof) has been accepted for CVPR 2011 in Colorado Springs.
Christian Leistner and Amir Saffari finished their thesis and left the group for ETH Zürich and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, London.
Our paper Online Multi-View Forests for Tracking (Leistner, Godec, Saffari, Bischof)has been selected for oral presentation at DAGM 2010 in Darmstadt.
Sabine Sternig won the best paper award for her paper Inverse Multiple Instance Learning for Classifier Grids (Sternig, Roth, Bischof) at ICPR 2010 in Istanbul!
Three papers (On-line Semi-supervised Multiple-Instance Boosting (Zeisl, Leistner, Saffari, Bischof), Online Multi-Class LPBoost (Saffari, Godec, Leistner, Pock, Bischof), and PROST: Parallel Robust Online Simple Tracking (Santner, Leistner, Saffari, Pock, Bischof) ) have been presented at CVPR 2010 main conference, San Francisco. Additionally, we had two workshop papers (TransientBoost: Online Boosting with Transient Data (Sternig, Godec, Roth, Bischof; OLCV), and Context-driven Clustering by Multi-class Classification in an Active Learning Framework (Godec, Sternig, Roth, Bischof; UCVP)).
We got three papers (2 oral, 1 poster) accepted at AVSS 2010, Boston.
Amir Saffari and Christian Leistner will give a tutorial on Semi-Supervised Learning in Vision at CVPR 2010.
Two papers (Inverse Multiple Instance Learning for Classifier Grids (Sternig, Roth, Bischof), and On-Line Random Naive Bayes for Tracking (Godec, Leistner, Saffari, Bischof)) have been accepted at ICPR.
We have demo, oral and poster presentation at CVPR 2009!
Our IMAVIS paper, which was submitted in 2006, was published on-line:
A level set framework using a new incremental, robust Active Shape Model for object segmentation and tracking
Michael Fussenegger, Peter M. Roth, Horst Bischof, Rachid Deriche, and Axel Pinz
Our demo Deja Vu has been accepted for the CVPR 2009 demo session!
Sabine Sternig and Martin Godec are going to ICVSS 2009.
March 17, 2009
LRS Website on-line!
March 11, 2009
Two papers have been accepted for CVPR 2009:
Classifier Grids for Robust Adaptive Object Detection
Peter M. Roth, Sabine Sternig, Helmut Grabner, and Horst Bischof
Regularized Multi-Class Semi-Supervised Boosting
Amir R. Saffari, Christian Leistner, and Horst Bischof