AWARD  |  MERL researcher wins Best Visualization Note Award at PacificVis2019 Conference

Date released: May 1, 2019


  •  AWARD   MERL researcher wins Best Visualization Note Award at PacificVis2019 Conference
  • Date:

    April 23, 2019

  • Awarded to:

    Teng-yok Lee

  • Description:

    MERL researcher Teng-yok Lee has won the Best Visualization Note Award at the PacificVis 2019 conference held in Bangkok Thailand, from April 23-26, 2019. The paper entitled "Space-Time Slicing: Visualizing Object Detector Performance in Driving Video Sequences" presents a visualization method called Space-Time Slicing to assist a human developer in the development of object detectors for driving applications without requiring labeled data. Space-Time Slicing reveals patterns in the detection data that can suggest the presence of false positives and false negatives.

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  • External Link:

    http://research.cbs.chula.ac.th/pvis2019/awards.aspx

  • Research Areas:

    Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Data Analytics, Machine Learning