News about GoDec code and ICML 2011 paper

We recently published a google site for Go Decomposition (GoDec), presented on ICML 2011. Now you can find all the available information and upcoming news about GoDec on

http://sites.google.com/site/godecomposition 

On the new site, there are 3 resources about GoDec we would like to highlight and share with you:

1. Videos for the background modeling experiments on 4 200-frame video sequences, all the sequences are decomposed as X=L+S+G and shown on Youtube.

2. The MatLab code for GoDec algorithm and background modeling. Note this is a beta version, so further revision and modification for acceleration and clear readability can be expected.

3. Video for ICML 2011 presentation can be found here.

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About tianyizhou

Research Assistant at University Washington, Seattle, Working on Machine Learning & Statistics in MODE lab leaded by Prof. Carlos Guestrin, and MELODI lab leaded by Prof. Jeff Bilmes.
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5 Responses to News about GoDec code and ICML 2011 paper

  1. Ximing Ren says:

    well done! I knew your GoDec from Nuit Blanche’s blog!

    Ximing Ren

  2. Ximing Ren says:

    All right. Busy with my ranging and imaging experiment. Cheers. And you?

    • tianyizhou says:

      Also paper and experiments. Are u still working on compressed sensing? There is a compressed sensing group in U Edinburgh, very strong.

      • Ximing Ren says:

        ”Photon-counting compressive sensing laser radar for 3D imaging” by Gregory Howland, Paul Dixon, and John Howell@ University of Rochester. Note that, they used Figueiredo, Nowak, and Wright’s Gradient Projection algorithm and GPSR 6.0. Their idea is a hardware implementation of compressive sensing. Photon-counting laser radar is my PhD topic and i have come up with the similar idea, so I am interested in the paper. But I doubt some points about the Rochester’s idea. These days I are reading some technical content about it as well as recalling compressed sensing.

        As for compressed sensing group in U Edinburgh, I just know a little about them. I am in Heriot-Watt U rather than U Edinburgh, but both have close collaboration.

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