My preferred tools for writing in LaTeX

LaTeX is great. And there are a plethora of latex editors with different features supported, just check this wiki page or this stackexhange discussion for comparisons. Over the years I have tried most of them, and has been a while since I settled for the following tools that I use depending on the situation. In … Continue reading My preferred tools for writing in LaTeX

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A Little Book of Python for Multivariate Analysis

An excellent resource on multivariate analysis that I stumbled upon was called "A little book of R for multivariate analysis" by Avril Coghlan. I liked it for its clarity and its good use of examples in explaining how to use and interpret PCA and LDA, as well as how to perform some typical and basic … Continue reading A Little Book of Python for Multivariate Analysis

Unsupervised Grounding of Textual Descriptions of Object Features and Actions in Video

Our paper titled "Unsupervised Grounding of Textual Descriptions of Object Features and Actions in Video" has been accepted for publication in Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR 2016). Abstract We propose a novel method for learning visual concepts and their correspondence to the words of a natural language. The concepts and correspondences are jointly … Continue reading Unsupervised Grounding of Textual Descriptions of Object Features and Actions in Video

Unsupervised Learning of Qualitative Motion Behaviours by a Mobile Robot

Our paper titled "Unsupervised Learning of Qualitative Motion Behaviours by a Mobile Robot" got accepted in the main track of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2016), taking place in Singapore. Abstract The success of mobile robots, in daily living environments, depends on their capabilities to understand human movements and interact in a safe manner. … Continue reading Unsupervised Learning of Qualitative Motion Behaviours by a Mobile Robot