IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks

Articles de revue 2012
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S. Clémençon, S. Robbiano and N. Vayatis, Ranking Multi-Class Data: Optimality and Pairwise Aggregation, Machine Learning, December 2012 [DOI 10.1007/s10994-012-5325-4].

J.-M. Thiery, J. Tierny and T. Boubekeur, CageR: Cage-based Reverse Engineering of Animated 3D Shapes, Computer Graphics Forum, December 2012 [PDF].

J. Tierny and V. Pascucci, Generalized Topological Simplification of Scalar Fields on Surfaces, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, December 2012 [PDF].

M. Tepper, P. Musé and A. Almansa, On the Role of Contrast and Regularity in Perceptual Boundary Saliency, JMIV, December 2012 [PDF] [DOI 10.1007/s10851-012-0411-6].

M. Schröder, E. Bevacqua, R. Cowie, F. Eyben, H. Gunes, D. Heylen, M. ter Maat, G. McKeown, S. Pammi, M. Pantic, C. Pelachaud, B. Schüller, E. de Sevin and M. Valstar, Building Autonomous Sensitive Artificial Listeners, IEEE Transactions of Affective Computing, December 2012, vol. 3, n° 2, pp. 165−183 .

M. McRorie, I. Sneddon, G. McKeown, E. Bevacqua, E. de Sevin et C. Pelachaud, Evaluation of Four Designed Virtual Agent Personalities, IEEE Transactions of Affective Computing, Décembre 2012, vol. 3, n° 3, pp. 311-322.

F. Yuan, G.-S. Xia, H. Sahbi and V. Prinet, Mid-level Features and Spatio-temporal Context for Activity Recognition, Pattern Recognition, December 2012, vol. 45, n° 12.

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