We are inviting IDEALS users, both people looking for materials in IDEALS and those who want to deposit their work, to give us feedback on improving this service through an interview. Participants will receive a $20 VISA gift card. Please sign up via https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/4069811 # Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Title • (2013-08-22) This thesis presents an investigation of the Collection of Parts Model for object categorization. Multiclass categorization is performed using the Collections of Parts model. Results using Support Vector Machines, L1 ... application/pdf PDF (934kB) • (2017-07-11) Object localization algorithms aim at finding out what objects exist in an image and where each object is. Object localization is fundamental to many computer vision problems. Simply knowing what is in the image is not ... application/pdf PDF (93MB) • (2005) Modelling by example has arisen as a powerful paradigm for reducing the artistic skill required for computer graphics. Instead of relying on the user's own modelling skills, a system that models by example allows users to ... application/pdf PDF (7MB) • (2005-05) Modelling by example has arisen as a powerful paradigm for reducing the artistic skill required for computer graphics. Instead of relying on the user's own modelling skills, a system that models by example allows users to ... application/pdf PDF (79MB) • (2010-08-20) As the web evolves, increasing quantities of structured information is embedded in web pages in disparate formats. For example, a digital camera’s description may include its price and megapixels whereas a professor’s ... application/pdf PDF (567kB) • (1995) This thesis defines an extensible transaction model and shows that an extensible and customizable transaction system based on the model can be built using an object-oriented framework. application/pdf PDF (5MB) • (1992) File systems are essential components of general purpose operating systems and are highly visible to computer users. To satisfy the growing diversity of persistent storage needs presented by application and system programs, ... application/pdf PDF (7MB) • (1992) Protection is the mechanism employed by operating systems to control access to resources. Object encapsulation in object-based systems requires control of access to every object. The incremental definition of objects through ... application/pdf PDF (6MB) • (1991) This thesis describes an experiment to use object-oriented programming and design techniques to design and implement an operating system. This experiment uses object-oriented techniques to address problems of operating ... application/pdf PDF (8MB) • (1991) The large size and inherent complexity of modern software products have made it difficult to use strictly manual techniques for the management of software production. In this thesis, object-oriented techniques are used to ... application/pdf PDF (5MB) • (2011-04) application/pdf PDF (867kB) • (2015-12-09) 3D Tele-immersion (3DTI) technology allows full-body, multi-modal content delivery among geographically dispersed users. In 3DTI, user’s 3D model will be captured by multiple RGB-D (color plus depth) cameras surround- ing ... application/pdf PDF (996kB) • (2015) 3D video is a new form of video featuring omni-view and immersive properties that are beneficial to many applications like telediagnosis, remote physiotherapy and e-learning. In these applications, the data are always ... application/pdf PDF (345kB) • (2012-04-25) This paper addresses the problem of collection and delivery of a representative subset of pictures, in participatory camera networks, to maximize coverage when a significant portion of the pictures may be redundant or ... application/pdf PDF (504kB) • (2004-04) In this paper, we examine the problem of large-volume data dissemination via overlay networks. A natural way to maximize the throughput of an overlay multicast session is to split the traffic and feed them into multiple ... application/pdf PDF (953kB) • (2018-08-23) Graph cut algorithms are an important tool for solving optimization problems in a variety of areas in computer science. Of particular importance is the min$s$-$t\$ cut problem and an efficient (polynomial time) algorithm ...

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The images of an object may look very different under different illumination conditions or viewing directions. This thesis considers the problem of clustering images of various objects into disjoint subsets according to ...

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When the lighting and pose variation occurs simultaneously, we do not have a reasonably good clustering algorithm yet. A few candidate algorithms are tested and the result are given in this thesis. Finding an effective ...

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Robots must complete their tasks in spite of unreliable actuators and limited, noisy sensing. In this paper, we consider the information requirements of such tasks. What sensing and actuation abilities are needed to complete ...

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This paper describes a completely automated method for generating efficient and competitive interpreters from formal semantics expressed in Rewriting Logic. The semantics are compiled into OCaml code, which then acts as ...

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