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Seminar on Intermittent Control in Man and Machine, 30th April, at 2pm, F121

Henrik Gollee from the School of Engineering will talk about Intermittent Control in Man and Machine Title: Intermittent Control in Man and Machine Abstract: An intermittent controller generates a sequence of (continuous-time) parametrised trajectories whose parameters are adjusted intermittently, based … Continue reading

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Seminar: Imaging without cameras, Matthew Edgar

Title: Imaging without cameras, March 5th, 2015, 2pm. Dr Matthew Edgar, School of Physics, University of Glasgow Abstract: Conventional cameras rely upon a pixelated sensor to provide spatial resolution. An alternative approach replaces the sensor with a pixelated transmission mask encoded … Continue reading

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Two talks – “Behavioural Biometrics for Mobile Touchscreen Devices” and “Interactive Visualisation of Big Music Data”

Behavioural Biometrics for Mobile Touchscreen Devices Speaker: Daniel Buschek Date: 22 August, 2014 Time: 15:00 – 15:30 Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 423 Seminar Room Interactive Visualisation of Big Music Data. Speaker: Beatrix Vad Date: 22 August, 2014 Time: 15:30 – 16:00 Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 423 … Continue reading

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Carl Rasmussen Seminar, Inference in non‐linear dynamical systems – a machine learning perspective, Tuesday 8th July, 14:00, SAWB 422

Inference in non‐linear dynamical systems – a machine learning perspective Carl E. Rasmussen University of Cambridge, Dept of Engineering. Inference in discrete-time non-linear dynamical systems is often done using the Extended Kalman Filtering and Smoothing (EKF) algorithm, which provides a … Continue reading

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