Andrew Zisserman
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Description

Professor Andrew Zisserman leads the Visual Geometry Group at the University of Oxford, UK. Andrew's research interests include visual recognition, image retrieval, multi-view geometry, and other aspects of computer vision. Some of Andrew's papers are amongst the most highly cited works in the field. His contributions received multiple awards at the top computer vision conferences including three Marr prizes at the International Conferences on Computer Vision. He has published several books including "Visual Reconstruction" (with Andrew Blake) and "Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision" (with Richard Hartley). He is a fellow of the Royal Society.


Lectures:

keynote
flag Towards On-the-fly Large Scale Video Search
as author at  British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), Bristol 2013,
223 views
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flag Trainable visual models for object classification
as author at  Workshop on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning in Computer Vision, Grenoble 2004,
2144 views
lecture
flag Automated Character Annotation in Multimedia
as author at  MUSCLE Conference joint with VITALAS Conference,
847 views
  lecture
flag 101 Visual object classes - Introduction
as author at  PASCAL First Challenges Workshop, Southampton 2005,
655 views