Paper of the Week
When possible, weekly CCG meetings will involve discussing a
paper related to the topics we care about (wearable or ubiquitous
computing, computer vision, pattern recognition, augmented reality,
etc.). Our Fall 2004 meetings are being held Wednesdays at 12 pm.
- 6/6/06 Mobile Phones and Paper Documents:
Evaluating A New Approach for Capturing Microfinance Data in Rural
- 6/8/05 Media Content and Type Selection from Always-on Wearable Video
- 9/29/04 Everything you know about Dynamic Time Warping is Wrong
- 9/8/04 Social Serendipity: Proximity and Cueing
- 9/1/04 Modeling Face-to-Face Communication using the Sociometer
- 8/25/04 Going Wireless: Behavior & Practice of New Mobile Phone Users
- 7/22/04: Detecting Unusual Activity in Video
Zhong, Shi, and Visontai
Unsupervised, Dynamic Identification of Physiological and Activity Context in Wearable Computing
Krause, Siewiorek, Smailagic, and Farringdon
- 7/15/04: PERUSE: An Unsupervised Algorithm for Finding Recurring Patterns in Time Series Tim Oates
- 5/17/04: Speech Acts excerpt from Voice Communication with Computers Christopher Schmandt
- 3/3/04: Prediction and Conversational Momentum in an Arugmentative Communication System Alm, Arnott, Newell
- 2/25: Informal workplace communication: what is it like and how might we support it? Whittaker, Frohlich, and Daly-Jones. For bonus points: Requirements for Interpersonal Information Management Frohlich
- 02/18: SUEDE: A Wizard of Oz Prototyping Tool for Speech User Interfaces
- 02/11: Unsupervised Analysis of Human Gestures
- 01/14: Rapid Object Detection using
Boosted Cascade of Simple Features
- 12/9: An Inertial Measurement
Framework for Gesture Recognition and Applications
- 12/2: A Global Geometric Framework for Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction by Tenenbaum, de Silva, and Langford
- 3/11: Guest Speaker PsychoLinguist Dr. Danielle Ross The Development of Language from Non-native linguistic Input Ross and Newport, notes
- 2/3/03: SCANMail: a voicemail interface that makes speech browsable, readable and searchable Steve Whittaker et al. CHI02.
- 1/28/03: Direct Manipulation vs Interface Agents Ben Shneiderman and Pattie Maes. Interactions Magazine Nov/Dec 97.
- Discussion on perplexity and entropy.
- Middleware for Real-Time Distributed
Simulations by Thom McLean, Richard Fujimoto, and Brad Fitzgibbons
- 3D Object Recognition from Range Images using Local Feature Histograms
Guenter Hetzel, Bastian Leibe, Paul Levi, and Bernt Schiele, To
appear in: "International Conference on Computer Vision and
Pattern Recognition CVPR 2001, Kauai Island, Hawaii, December 2001"
- S. Greenberg. Context as a Dynamic Construct (draft). Context-Aware Computing : A Special Triple Issue of Human-Computer Interaction, vol 16, nos 2-4, December 2001.
- IOHMMs were derived from HMMs by
Bengio to have
input-sensitive neural networks at each state.... Two papers,
each of mediocre quality, will help make them obvious. The first
paper is a journal survey that compares and contrasts HMM/IOHMM frameworks.
The second is a nice application and is easier to read, but has a jaded
Yoshua Bengio. Markovian models for sequential data. Neural Computing Surveys. Volume 2. 1999.
Yan Li and Heung-Yeung Shum. Learning dynamic audio-visual
mapping with input-output hidden Markov models.ACCV2002. To Appear
- L.R. Rabiner A Tutorial on Hidden Markov
Models and Selected Applications in Speech Recognition Proceedings of
the IEEE, 77, no. 2, February 1989, pp. 257-285
- Mark Weiser. (DRAFT!) The Computer for the 21st Century. Scientific American, September 1991, pp. 94-104.
Copies of the real paper are
outside Thad's office.
- C. Stauffer, E.L. Grimson. Learning Patterns of Activity Using Real-Time Tracking. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol 22, no 8, pp. 747-757, August 2000.
- Englebart, D. C. Augmenting human intellect: A conceptual framework. T.R. AFOSR-3233. October, 1962.
- Satayanarayanan, M. Pervasive Computing: Vision and Challenges.
IEEE Personal Computing. August, 2001. pp 10-17. Comments: He goes
by "Satya". This paper was assigned before, but we never got a chance to