Conference Papers

MIL-CAM ACCEPTED TO ECCV 2020 WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER VISION PROBLEMS IN PLANT PHENOTYPING!

Congratulations to our labmates and collaborators: Guohao Yu, Alina Zare, Weihuang Xu, Roser Matamala, Joel Reyes-Cabrera, Felix B. Fritschi and Thomas E. Juenger!  Their paper, “Weakly Supervised Minirhizotron Image Segmentation with MIL-CAM” was recently accepted to the 16th European Conference… Read More

STATE ESTIMATOR AND MACHINE LEARNING ANALYSIS OF RESIDUAL DIFFERENCES TO DETECT AND IDENTIFY FDI AND PARAMETER ERRORS IN SMART GRIDS

Abstract: In the modern Smart Grid (SG), cyber-security is an increasingly important topic of research. An attacker can mislead the State Estimation (SE) process through a False Data Injection (FDI) on real-time measurement values or they can attack the parameters… Read More

OUTLIER DETECTION THROUGH NULL SPACE ANALYSIS OF NEURAL NETWORKS

Abstract: Many machine learning classification systems lack competency awareness. Specifically, many systems lack the ability to identify when outliers (e.g., samples that are distinct from and not represented in the training data distribution) are being presented to the system. The… Read More

Du Accepted to The 2019 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI 2019)

Congratulations to Gatorsense alumna, Xiaoxiao Du!  Her paper, titled “Multiple Instance Choquet Integral with Binary Fuzzy Measures for Remote Sensing Classifier Fusion with Imprecise Labels”, was recently accepted for publication with The 2019 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE… Read More

Multiple Instance Choquet Integral with Binary Fuzzy Measures for Remote Sensing Classifier Fusion with Imprecise Labels

Abstract: Classifier fusion methods integrate complementary information from multiple classifiers or detectors and can aid remote sensing applications such as target detection and hyperspectral image analysis. The Choquet integral (CI), parameterized by fuzzy measures (FMs), has been widely used in… Read More

Evaluation of image features for discriminating targets from false positives in synthetic aperture sonar imagery

Abstract: With the increasing popularity of using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to gather large quantities of Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) seafloor imagery, the burden on human operators to identify targets in these seafloor images has increased significantly. Existing methods of… Read More

Deep convolutional neural network target classification for underwater synthetic aperture sonar imagery

Abstract: In underwater synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) imagery, there is a need for accurate target recognition algorithms. Automated detection of underwater objects has many applications, not the least of which being the safe extraction of dangerous explosives. In this paper,… Read More

Developing Spectral Libraries Using Multiple Target Multiple Instance Adaptive Cosine/Coherence Estimator

Abstract: Traditional methods of developing spectral libraries for unmixing hyperspectral images tend to require domain knowledge of the study area and the material’s spectra. In this paper, we propose using the Multiple Target Multiple Instance Adaptive Cosine/Coherence Estimator (Multi-Target MI-ACE)… Read More