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October 2019

Research Seminar – David Noble (Aventus Ai) – TBC

October 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N311, Sir Ian Wood Building

TBC

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Research Seminar – Thanh Nguyen – Multi-label Classification on Data Stream

October 30 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N105, Sir Ian Wood Building

Many batch learning algorithms have been introduced for offline multi-label classification (MLC) over the years. However, the increasing data volume in many applications such as social networks, sensor networks, and traffic monitoring has posed many challenges to batch MLC learning. For example, it is often expensive to re-train the model with the newly arrived samples, or it is impractical to learn on the large volume of data at once. The research on incremental learning is therefore applicable to a large…

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November 2019

Research Seminar – James Littlejohn (Dsensor.org) – The DIY HealthScience Toolkit, Mobile and Peer-to-Peer Network

November 6 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N336, Sir Ian Wood Building

The talk will demo the DIY HealthScience toolkit based on real data from wearable and Luftdaten air quality sensors. The rest of the talk will introduce the technology used to design the user experience, perform the data science and the use of cryptography to create the KBLedger (knowledge Bundle Ledger) that guarantees data interoperability and computational compatibility.

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Research Seminar – Tom Inns (cofink Ltd) – TBC

November 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N336, Sir Ian Wood Building

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Research Discussion

November 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N310, Sir Ian Wood Building

Internal school discussion about upcoming research opportunities .

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Research Seminar – Anjana Wijekoon – Reasoning with Multi-modal for Personalising Human Activity Recognition

November 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N336, Sir Ian Wood Building

In my research I look at reasoning with multi-modal sensor data to improve personalisation in human activity recognition, where I look at different facets such as preference of sensors and preference of activities. This work is done together with School of Health Sciences where above methods will help patients with Musculoskeletal Disorders to self-manage their exercises.

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December 2019

Research Seminar – Hubert Shum (Northumbria University) – Human Motion Understanding for Visual Computing

December 4 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N336, Sir Ian Wood Building

Due to the advancement in human motion capturing technology and the availability of public human motion database, human motion understanding has become a core component of many research problems in multiple research domains. In computer graphics, a good representation of human motion facilitates characters with realistic movement, intuitive ways of crowd controls, and the real-time processing of captured motion data. In computer vision, modelling human motion is a key process for effective action classification and gait analysis. The core problem…

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