Entries by Rudolf Messner

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A 1-page abstract “Pixel-Based Iris and Pupil Segmentation in Cataract Surgery Videos Using Mask R-CNN” was accepted at the workshop of the International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging

The 1-page abstract “Pixel-Based Iris and Pupil Segmentation in Cataract Surgery Videos Using Mask R-CNN” was accepted at the workshop “Deep Learning for Biomedical Image Reconstruction” of the International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging that will take place in Iowa-City, Iowa, USA, 3-7 April. Authors: Natalia Sokolova, Mario Taschwer, Klaus Schoeffmann Acknowledment: This work was funded […]

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Bitmovin and the University of Klagenfurt Collaborate on Innovative Video Transmission Technology

Bitmovin, a world leader in online video technology, is teaming up with the University of Klagenfurt, Institute of Information Technology (ITEC) and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW) in a multi-million Euro research project to uncover techniques that will enhance the video streaming experiences of the future. The joint project establishes […]

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The Paper “Making simulation results reproducible—Survey, guidelines, and examples based on Gradle and Docker” is published in PeerJ Computer Science

The paper “Making simulation results reproducible—Survey, guidelines, and examples based on Gradle and Docker” has been accepted and published in PeerJ Computer Science. Authors: Wilfried Elmenreich, Philipp Moll, Sebastian Theuermann, Mathias Lux (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt) Abstract: This article addresses two research questions related to reproducibility within the context of research related to computer science. First, a […]

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“Fast Multi-Rate Encoding for Adaptive HTTP Streaming” has been accepted for publication at the “Data Compression Conference”, March 24-27, 2020 @ Lake City, UTAH, USA

Authors: Hadi Amirpour, Ekrem Çetinkaya (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt), Christian Timmerer (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Bitmovin), and Mohammad Ghanbari (University of Tehran, University of Essex) Abstract: Adaptive HTTP streaming is the preferred method to deliver multimedia content on the internet. It provides multiple representations of the same content in different qualities (i.e., bit-rates and resolutions) and allows the client […]

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Einladung zur Eröffnung des Christian Doppler Labors ATHENA (Adaptive Streaming over HTTP and Emerging Networked Multimedia Services)

An der Universität Klagenfurt wird das CD Labor für Adaptive Streaming over HTTP and Emerging Networked Multimedia Services eingerichtet. Die Mission des Labors ist die Erforschung neuer Tools und Methoden für die Codierung, den Transport und die Wiedergabe von Live- und On-Demand-Videos mithilfe des HTTP-Adaptive-Streaming-Verfahrens. In Christian Doppler Labors wird anwendungsorientierte Grundlagenforschung auf hohem Niveau […]

MMM and VBS 2020 in Daejeon (South Korea)

At the 26th International Conference on MultiMedia Modeling (MMM 2020) in Daejeon, Korea, researchers from ITEC have successfully presented several scientific contributions to the multimedia community. First, Natalia Sokolova presented her first paper on “Evaluating the Generalization Performance of Instrument Classification in Cataract Surgery Videos”. Next, Sabrina Kletz presented her work on “Instrument Recognition in […]

ITEC Staff at VBS 2020 in Daejeon (South Korea)

VBS 2020 in Daejeon (South Korea) was an amazing event with a lot of fun! Eleven teams, each consisting of two users (coming from 11 different countries) competed against each other in both a private session for about 5 hours and a public session for almost 3 hours. ITEC did also participate with two teams. […]

200+ excited IT experts at Josef Hammer’s talk on Edge Computing

High-tech meets history. When thousands of international software developers gather at the Vienna Imperial Castle (Hofburg Wien), you can feel that magic is about to happen. Exactly that occurred on November 28 and 29 at this year’s We Are Developers Congress in Vienna. ‘Are you on the Edge? Or still in the Cloud?’ – On […]