Next deadline: December 15, 2012
Special topic of the Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR) on gesture recognition. The papers will be reprinted as a book in the Challenges in Machine Learning series of Microtome.
November 10, Tsukuba Science Information Center[Accepted demos]
10 am-11 am: Demonstration set up.
11 am-12:00 pm: Preview of the posters and demonstrations by the organizers and the committee.
12:00-1:30 pm: Lunch break
-- publicly open part of the event --1:30 pm-3:30 pm: Talks by the presenters.
3:30 pm-4:30 pm: Review of the posters and demonstrations by the committee and the public.
4:30 pm-5:30 pm: Deliberation of the committee.
7 pm: Dinner invitation for the committee and the demonstrators
November 11, Tsukuba Congress Center
-- Section 1: Review of the quantitative evaluation (ChaLearn gesture challenge hosted by Kaggle) --
9:30 am - Overview of the challenge -- Isabelle Guyon
9:50 am - First place: Motion Signature analyses -- Alfonso Nieto
10:10 am - Second place: One-shot learning gesture recognition using HOG/HOF features -- Jakub Konečný, Michal Hagara, Slovakia
10:30 am - Third place: One-shot-learning gesture recognition using 3D mosift and bag of features -- Jun Wan, Shuang Deng, China
10:50 am - Break
-- Section 2: Review of the qualitative evaluation (demonstration competition taking place Nov. 10) --
11:00 am - Overview of the demonstration competition -- Vassilis Athitsos
11:20 am - First place: Giving a Hand to Kinect -- Nikolaos Kyriazis, Iason Oikonomidis, Antonis A. Argyros, Greece.
11:40 am - Second place: A Kinect NUI for 3D Medical Visualization. Luigi Gallo, Alessio Pierluigi Placitelli, Giuseppe De Pietro, Italy.
12:00 am - Third place:
Multi Hand Pose Recognition System using Kinect Depth Sensor. O. Lopes, M. Pousa, S. Escalera and J. Gonzalez, Spain.
12:20 am - Wrap up
-- Section 3: Posters and demonstrations
12:30 pm - Poster and demonstration viewing
14:00 pm - Ajourn
Posters - Particle-based descriptors -- Wu Shen, Jiang Feng, Pan Wenping, Gao Yang
For other posters, see the demonstration competition.
Isabelle Guyon, Clopinet, Berkeley, California
Vassilis Athitsos, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, USA
Alex Balan, Microsoft, Redmont, WA, USA
Hugo Jair Escalante, IANOE, Puebla, Mexico
Paul Doliotis, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, USA
Jeffrey Margolis, Microsoft, Redmont, WA, USA