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    Workshops will be held on Tuesday, August, 28th at the Campus Inffeldgasse of TU Graz.

    Computer Vision in Applications Workshop...more

    Tuesday, August 28, 9-18h
    Inffeld Campus, HSi11, Inffeldgasse 16b

    Applications of computer vision slowly make the step towards practical use under demanding real-world conditions. This workshop attempts to bring together scientists, engineers and technical experts working at institutions of academia, government and industry and pursuing task-oriented research in Computer Vision. The goal of this workshop is to bring together international academic, industrial, and government researchers, along with local companies and to combine and exchange personal views and experience on how Computer Vision can be deployed as an operational solution, how the typical multitude of challenging requirements (accuracy, robustness, run-time) can be met and which are the primary requirements of the end-user to consider.

    Csaba Beleznai, Roman Pflugfelder and Branislav Micusik (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Video- and Security Technology)

    New Challenges in Neural Computation (NC2) ...more

    Tuesday, August 28, 9-18h
    Inffeld Campus, HSi12, Inffeldgasse 16b

    Neural computation and biologically inspired data processing systems constitute essential topics in artificial intelligence accompanied by a well established theoretical foundation and numerous successful applications in science and industry. Caused by an increasing complexity of the involved data and underlying tasks, modern information processing continues to pose challenging tasks to the field which are far from being solved. The goal of the workshop is to figure out paradigms, concepts, and models to extend neural systems to these situations and to identify good benchmark scenarios in which to test advanced capacities of model systems.

    Barbara Hammer, University of Bielefed
    Thomas Villmann, University of Applied Science Mittweida