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Recognizing 50 Human Action Categories of Web Videos

Most state-of-the-art methods developed for action recognition are tested on datasets like KTH, IXMAS, and Hollywood (HOHA)...

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Learning Semantic Visual Vocabularies Using Diffusion Distance

Bag of features (BOF) is receiving increasing attention due to its...

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Modeling Traffic Patterns for Vision based Surveillance Applications

With the proliferation of wide area video sensor networks, video ...

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Classifying Web Videos using a Global Video Descriptor

Computing descriptors for videos is a crucial task in computer vision. In this work, we propose a global video descriptor for classification of realistic videos...

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Audio source localization and audio-visual synchronization using CCA

We propose a novel method that exploits correlation between audio-visual dynamics...

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Simultaneous Video Stabilization and Moving Object Detection in Turbulence

Turbulence mitigation refers to the stabilization of videos...

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Motion Analysis on CLIF Dataset

The problem that this project deals with is that of detection and tracking of large number of objects in Wide Area Surveillance (or WAS) data. WAS is aerial...

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New Book - Robust Subspace Estimation Using Low-Rank Optimization
CVPR Paper highlighted on front page of ACM SIGGRAPH website
Seven papers accepted in CVPR 2014
Volume 25, Issue 2 of Machine Vision and Applications Journal is now available
Final Examination of Amir Roshan Zamir
Final Examination of Enrique Ortiz
Apply for 2014 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Computer Vision
Special Issue of Machine Vision and Applications Journal on Multimedia Event Detection is now available
CAP 6412 - Advanced Computer Vision, Spring 2014
IEEE TPAMI paper on "Image Geo-localization Based on Multiple Nearest Neighbor Feature Matching Using Generalized Graphs"
IVC paper on "Tracking in dense crowds using prominence and neighborhood motion concurrence" published
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia Paper on "Classification of Cinematographic Shots using Lie Algebra and its Application to Complex Event Recognition" to appear
New Book - Modeling, Simulation and Visual Analysis of Crowds
IVC paper on "Multi-agent event recognition by preservation of spatiotemporal relationships between probabilistic models" published
CVIU paper on "Face Recognition for Web-Scale Dataests" published
IEEE PAMI paper on "Visual Tracking: an Experimental Survey" accepted
Dr. Mubarak Shah was recognized and celebrated as a UCF Millionaire and Innovator
Dr. Mubarak Shah gives a keynote talk at the Sixth ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Computational Trasportation Science
Dr. Mubarak Shah gives a keynote talk at IEEE Workshop on Visual Object Tracking Challenge
2nd Place Award for NHK Where is beauty? Grand Challenge
Final Examination of Yang Yang
Final Examination of Berkan Solmaz
Final Examination of Subhabrata Bhattacharya
NGA Best Research Poster at NARP Symposium
THUMOS'13: ICCV 2013 Workshop on Action Recognition with Large Number of Classes (Deadline extended to November 7)
PEGASUS Article, Worldview: Computer vision turns complexity into performance
Alan Wright selected for Honorable Mention in the CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award 2013.
IJCV Paper on "Multiframe Many-Many Point Correspondence for Vehicle Tracking in High Density Wide Area Aerial Videos" Accepted
Patent Granted: Systems and Methods for Modeling Three-Dimensional Objects from Two-Dimensional Images
Final Examination of Omar Oreifej
Faculty Positions at the UCF Center for Research in Computer Vision
Seven papers accepted in CVPR 2013
CVPR 2013 Workshop on Visual Analysis and Geo-Localization of Large-Scale Imagery
CAP 6412 Advanced Computer Vision Spring 2013

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