Monthly Archives: March 2012

MATLAB: Sliding window – easy and painless

When doing advanced stuff such as image processing, it is very wasteful to re-invent a wheel. ┬áThis time this is about a very common operation as a sliding window operation. Imagine that we have an image I and a small … Continue reading

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MATLAB: Simple TF-IDF implementation

Term-Frequency word weighting scheme [WWW] is one of most used in normalization of document-term matrices in text mining and information retrieval. This down-weights the very frequent or called stop-words. The idea is that stop-words are very often non-informative e.g. “and”, … Continue reading

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Place detection in visual lifelogs using 3D

Visual lifelogs tend to grow in size and the visual content presented therein is very complex. This complexity is hard to overcome in application such as localization of the camera wearer using only visual information. More clues about particular place … Continue reading

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Ships and Gods

You want a proof that God exists? Here it is: “Historically any time some moron has made the idiotic comment that “even God couldn’t sink this ship,” they have instantly been proven wrong.” Credits go to a guy in a … Continue reading

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