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Computational Vision & Active Perception Laboratory (»Add to Infobox)

Numerical Analysis and Computing Science
School of Computer Science and Communication
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology


Internet:  http://www.nada.kth.se/cvap/


Capturing and visualising large scale human action - ACTVIS

Free-viewpoint immersive networked experience - FINE

Scale-space theory for invariant and covariant visual receptive fields

Sketching Audio Technologies using Vocalizations and Gestures

Time-causal receptive fields for computer vision and computational modelling of biological vision

Wearable Visual Information Systems (VINST)


Action based content classification of video sequences

Image descriptors and scale-space theory for spatial and spatio-temporal recognition

Interaction forms



Pattern analysis, statistical modelling and computational learning - PASCAL

Robot learning from demonstration

Scale-Space theory with applications

VISCOS - Vision in cognitive systems

Vision in cognitive systems

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Professor Stefan Carlsson (Research Leader / Computational Vision & Active Perception Laboratory)
Professor Tony Lindeberg (Research Leader / Computational Biology)
Josephine Sullivan (Research Leader / Computational Vision & Active Perception Laboratory)
Hedvig Kjellström (Research Leader / Computational Vision & Active Perception Laboratory)
Mårten Björkman
Staffan Ekvall
Eric Hayman
Frank Hoffmann
Ivan Laptev
Gareth Loy
Alireza Tavakoli
Lars Bretzner
Oskar Linde


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