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Welcome to the Vision, Learning and Control (VLC) research group. We are a highly numerate team covering much of the central theory in Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. We cover a rich spread of technological areas encompassing control, machine learning and computer vision with a sizeable number of academic staff, PhD researchers and postdocs. 

  • 7 February 2018

    Centre for Machine Intelligence launched to...

    Computer science experts discussed the key challenges surrounding emerging AI and blockchain technologies at the Centre for Machine Intelligence launch

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  • 9 January 2018

    Young university innovators unveil future...

    Pioneering research, including an AI-powered video analytics platform, features at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

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  • 16 October 2017

    Professor Dame Wendy Hall calls for UK to...

    A major review of the UK’s burgeoning Artificial Intelligence (AI) industry, co-led by Professor Dame Wendy Hall, has set out proposals for how Government, academia and industry can work together and increase use of AI across the economy.

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  • Publications archive

    Recent VLC publications

    System transformation induced by generalized orthonormal basis functions preserves dissipativity - Paolo Rapisarda and Yoshito Ohta
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018
    Impact of listening behavior on music recommendation - Katayoun Farrahi, Markus Schedl, Andreu Vall, David Hauger and Marko Tkalcic
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2014
    Probabilistic mining of socio-geographic routines from mobile phone data - Katayoun Farrahi and Daniel Gatica-Perez
    Type: Article | 2010 | Item not available on this server.
    Discovering routines from large-scale human locations using probabilistic topic models - Katayoun Farrahi and Daniel Gatica-Perez
    Type: Article | 2011 | Item not available on this server.
    A joint density based rank-score fusion for soft biometric recognition at a distance - Bingchen Guo, Mark Nixon and John Carter
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

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