Perception, Cognition and Interaction: Part I

Talk 1 Speaker Onur Tasar (TITANE) Title POLYGONIZATION OF BINARY BUILDING CLASSIFICATION MAPS USING MESH APPROXIMATION WITH RIGHT ANGLE REGULARITY Abstract One of the most popular and challenging tasks in remote sensing applications is the generation of digitized representations of Earth’s objects from satellite images. A common approach to tackle…

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Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing: Part VII

Talk 1 Speaker Andrea Segalini (SIGNET / i3s) Title Towards Massive Consolidation in Data Centers with SEaMLESS Abstract In Data Centers (DCs), an abundance of virtual machines (VMs) remain idle due to network services awaiting for incoming connections, or due to established-and-idling sessions. These VMs lead to wastage of RAM…

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Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing: Part VI

Talk 1 Speaker Fernando I. Ireta Muñoz (i3s) Title Life-long Navigation and Mapping for dynamic environments Abstract In this thesis a novel registration method called Point-to-hyperplane will be described, analyzed, compared and applied for pose estimation processes. The objective of this thesis is to investigate this general problem of visual…

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PhD Seminars Special Edition – Network’s Adventures in Softwar’land

Speaker Damien Saucez (DIANA) Abstract After decades of configuration and lack of flexibility, computer networks are progressively entering in the era of programmability and virtualisation. This radical change of paradigm implies to rethink the way networks are conceived and the tools that are used to manage them. In this talk,…

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