Advanced Topics in Computer Vision (048921)
Instructor: Lihi Zelnik-Manor
Time: Monday 14:30-16:30
Location: Meyer 351
Office hours: Thu. 14:00-15:00
Welcome to the seminar on "Advanced Topics in Computer Vision". In this course, every week we will study a different topic, presented by one or two students. Each participant in the course is required to present one or two topics as a seminar. Additionally, every week all students are expected to read one of the relevant papers and submit a one-paragraph summary, prior to the seminar.
The topics we will cover include some of latest work in this area of research.
About the class
Since this is a seminar, attending the class is obligatory. If you cannot attend a certain lecture, please send me an email in advance.
The final grade will be based on:
The quality of your presentation
2) Sending it to me in time (Sunday morning, the week before your talk)
4) Sending me a one-paragraph summary every week
By Saturday November 3rd, send me a list of your preferred topics (with priorities). The topics will be allocated to students on the first-come-first-serve strategy (the site will be continuously updated).
You may also suggest a topic of interest to you.
You should wait for my formal confirmation before starting to work on a topic.
The presentation of a topic should include:
When evaluating a paper you should discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the presented approaches by considering the following aspects: