[Jul 22nd 2020] LabMeeting: Partial Distance Correlation for Exploring Dependence Between Similarity Networks

Federica Baccini (University of Florence) Jul 22, 2020 – 11:00 AM Conference Meeting Description Similarity network fusion is a tool that aggregates the information coming from a multiplex network into a unique layer through a cross diffusion process. However, the process itself does not allow to infer which layer has the major impact in the […]

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[Jul 15th 2020] LabMeeting: Can Domain Knowledge Alleviate Adversarial Attacks in Multi-Label Classifiers?

Gabriele Ciravegna (University of Florence) Jul 15, 2020 – 11:00 AM Conference Meeting Description Adversarial attacks on machine learning-based classifiers, along with defence mechanisms, have been widely studied in the context of single-label classification problems. In this paper, we shift the attention to multi-label classification, where the availability of domain knowledge on the relationships among […]

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SAILenv

SAILenv is a Virtual Environment powered by Unity3D. It includes 3 pre-built scenes with full pixel-wise annotations. SAILenv is capable of generating frames at real-time speed, complete with pixel-wise annotations, optical flow and depth. SAILenv also comes with a Python API, designed to easily integrate with the most common learning frameworks available. Pixel-wise Annotations SAILenv […]

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[July 1st 2020] LabMeeting: Next Segment Prediction

Lisa Graziani (University of Florence) Jul 1, 2020 – 11:00 AM Conference Meeting Description In general sketches are generated using generative adversarial models. We propose a new approach which represents the sketches as sequences of segments. This means that segments are ordered with respect to time, so we organize them considering a predefi ned criterion. We […]

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