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(Update: A faster version of LSWMS is now available. Visit the new post to check it out!) I am happy to announce that I am sharing a little piece of code I’ve been working in for some time. It is … Continue reading
Not so long ago I found myself looking for road sequences in the internet that were “free” for a researcher willing to test his own algorithms of lane tracking or vehicle detection. Although it is quite easy to find webpages … Continue reading
I just received an e-mail from Springer. They open access to “Machine Vision and Applications” for a limited time. It’s a good oportunity to search for those papers you always wanted to read!!
Recently I found that the EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing changed from Hindawi (which still has the journal in their website) to SpringerOpen. The change has two important consequences: The journal is now indexed in the Thomson’s JCR, … Continue reading