Browsing by Subject "Wearable cameras"
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(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020)
Open AccessActivity recognition from wearable photo-cameras is crucial for lifestyle characterization and health monitoring. However, to enable its wide-spreading use in real-world applications, a high level of generalization needs ...
(Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2018-06-25)
Covenantee: Dublin City UniversityThis thesis consists on developing an interactive lifelog search engine for the LSC 2018 search challenge at ACM ICMR 2018. This search engine is created in order to browse for images from a given lifelog dataset and display ...
(Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2018)
Open AccessIn this work, we describe an interactive lifelog search engine developed for the LSC 2018 search challenge at ACM ICMR 2018. The paper introduces the four-step process required to support lifelog search engines and describes ...
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Open AccessSemantic image retrieval from large amounts of egocentric visual data requires to leverage powerful techniques for filling in the semantic gap. This paper introduces LEMoRe, a Lifelog Engine for Moments Retrieval, developed ...
Restricted access - publisher's policyWith the rapid increase of users of wearable cameras in recent years and of the amount of data they produce, there is a strong need for automatic retrieval and summarization techniques. This work addresses the problem of ...
(Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2016)
Restricted access - publisher's policyThis work presents a retrieval pipeline and evaluation scheme for the problem of finding the last appearance of personal objects in a large dataset of images captured from a wearable camera. Each personal object is modelled ...