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About 2.8 millions of new luminal GI cancers (esophagus, stomach, colorectal) are detected yearly in the world, and the mortality is about 65%. In addition to these cancers, numerous other chronic diseases affect the human GI tract. The most common ones include gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer disease, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease and chronic infections. All have a significant

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Dolphin interviewed in EECatalog

Dolphin has veen interviewed in Embedded Systems Engineering, which is part of EECatalog about the future of PCI Express as a high speed interconnect. The Media group is collaborating with Dolphin in the Unified PCI Express IO project where the focus is sharing of IO devices in a PCI Express network. http://eecatalog.com/pcie/2016/08/09/expressing-pcie-confidence-qa-with-dolphin-interconnect-solutions/  

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LADIO project will follow up on POPART

The Horizon 2020 project proposal LADIO: Live Action Data Input and Output has been accepted. Like POPART before, LADIO is an innovation action of 18 months. This time, we focus on maximizing the collection of metadata on film sets in order to simplify the collaboration of post-production facilities. The project will have a strong vision aspect, especially since the Technical

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ACM Multimedia papers accepted

We can report another two accepted papers in the two most competitive tracks for the ACM Multimedia Conference 2016. Multimedia and Medicine: Teammates for Better Disease Detection and Survival Michael Riegler, Mathias Lux, Carsten Griwodz, Concetto Spampinato, Thomas de Lange, Sigrun L. Eskeland, Konstantin Pogorelov, Wallapak Tavanapong, Peter T. Schmidt, Cathal Gurrin, Dag Johansen, Håvard Johansen, Pål Halvorsen OpenVQ – A Video Quality Assessment

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Vamsidhar Reddy Gaddam defended his PhD

  On Thursday 2 June, Vamsidhar Reddy Gaddam defended his PhD thesis “Next Generation Broadcasting System for Arena Sports: A Football Stadium Scenario”. Vamsi has worked on the Bagadus system which is used at the Alfheim and Ullevaal stadiums. Read more info from the university and from Simula. The PhD thesis can be found here. Vamsi is currently an engineer

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Papers accepted at CBMI 2016

We can report another three accepted papers for CBMI 2016. Crowdsourcing as Self Fulfilling Prophecy: Influence of Discarding Workers in Subjective Assessment Tasks. Michael Riegler, Vamsidhar Reddy Gaddam, Martha Larson, Ragnhild Eg, Pål Halvorsen and Carsten Griwodz Explorative Hyperbolic-Tree-Based Clustering Tool for Unsupervised Knowledge Discovery. Michael Riegler, Konstantin Pogorelov, Mathias Lux, Pål Halvorsen, Carsten Griwodz, Thomas de Lange and Sigrun Losada Eskeland

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Papers accepted at MMSys and associated workshops

With the final notification deadlines past, we can report that MPG is going to return to MMSys with a nice number of papers, datasets and demos. MMSys A High-Precision, Hybrid GPU, CPU and RAM Power Model for Generic Multimedia Workloads Kristoffer Robin Stokke, Håkon Kvale Stensland, Carsten Griwodz, Pål Halvorsen NOSSDAV Device Lending in PCI Express Networks Lars Bjørlykke Kristiansen,

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C2Tag, a robust and accurate fiducial marker system for image-based localization from challenging images

Our papers on C2Tags has been accepted for publication in CVPR 2016. C2Tags are a new approach to visual marker tracking that has been designed for localization in challenging environments, such as the film sets in our H2020 project POPART. Like a few earlier papers, C2Tags consist of concentric rings, whose position in space has been reconstructed before tracking occurs. The

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