Recent Submissions

  • Computational Models of Miscommunication Phenomena 

    PURVER, MRJ; HOUGH, J; HOWES, C (Wiley, 2018-03)
    Miscommunication phenomena such as repair in dialogue are important indicators of the quality of communication. Automatic detection is therefore a key step toward tools that can characterize communication quality and thus ...
  • Deep globally constrained MRFs for Human Pose Estimation 

    MARRAS, I; PALASEK, P; PATRAS, I; IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) (IEEE, 2017-12)
    This work introduces a novel Convolutional Network architecture (ConvNet) for the task of human pose estimation, that is the localization of body joints in a single static image. We propose a coarse to fine architecture ...
  • Perception of objects that move in depth: using ecologically valid audio cues .pdf 

    STOCKMAN, AG (Elsevier, 2018-01)
    Objects that move in depth (looming) are ubiquitous in the real and virtual worlds. How humans interact and respond to these approaching objects may affect their continued survival, and is dependent on the individuals ...
  • Reactive Desorption of CO Hydrogenation Products under Cold Pre-stellar Core Conditions 

    Chuang, K-J; Fedoseev, G; Qasim, D; Ioppolo, S; van Dishoeck, EF; Linnartz, H (IOP Publishing, 2018-01)
    The astronomical gas-phase detection of simple species and small organic molecules in cold pre-stellar cores, with abundances as high as ~10−8–10−9 n H, contradicts the generally accepted idea that at 10 K, such species ...
  • Pseudo-determined blind source separation for ad-hoc microphone networks 

    WANG, L; CAVALLARO, A (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018-02)
    We propose a pseudo-determined blind source separation framework that exploits the information from a large number of microphones in an ad-hoc network to extract and enhance sound sources in a reverberant scenario. After ...
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