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ATL Cairo is requesting graduation projects proposal submissions in the area of “Computer Vision”, “Natural Language Processing & Social Analytics” and “Speech”. While encouraging submissions in the general area of all mentioned tracks, we encourage submitting proposals addressing the following project ideas:
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Labs: ATL Cairo
Kyungmin Lee, David Chu, Eduardo Cuervo, Johannes Kopf, Sergey Grizan, Alec Wolman, and Jason Flinn

Gaming is very popular. Cloud gaming – where remote servers perform game execution and rendering on behalf of thin clients that simply send input and display output frames – promises any device the ability to play any game any time. Unfortunately, the reality is that wide-area network latencies are often prohibitive; cellular, Wi-Fi and even wired residential end host round trip times (RTTs) can exceed 100ms, a threshold above which many gamers tend to deem responsiveness unacceptable.

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Date: 21 August 2014
Type: Technical report
Publisher: Microsoft Research
Number: MSR-TR-2014-115
Kyungmin Lee, David Chu, Eduardo Cuervo, Johannes Kopf, Sergey Grizan, Alec Wolman, and Jason Flinn

Gaming is very popular. Cloud gaming – where remote servers perform game execution and rendering on behalf of thin clients that simply send input and display output frames – promises any device the ability to play any game any time. Unfortunately, the reality is that wide-area network latencies are often prohibitive; cellular, Wi-Fi and even wired residential end host round trip times (RTTs) can exceed 100ms, a threshold above which many gamers tend to deem responsiveness unacceptable.

In this...

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Date: 21 August 2014
Type: Technical report
Publisher: Microsoft Research
Number: MSR-TR-2014-115
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Labs: Redmond
an overhead-constraint logging system
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Labs: Asia
Rong Jin
Recovering Optimal Solution by Dual Random ProjectionRandom projection has been widely used in data classification. It maps high-dimensional data into a low dimensional space in order to reduce the computational cost in solving the related optimization problem. While previous studies are focused on analyzing the classification performance of using random projection, in this work, we consider the recovery problem, i.e., how to accurately recover the solution to the optimization problem in the original high dimensional space based on the solution learned from...
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Date: 5 August 2014
Duration: 01:16:54
Collection: MSR Talk Series
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We are looking for participants to engage in a personalised online shopping experience. You will receive a £40 shopping voucher for your participation and get the opportunity to purchase a book at 90% discount. The experiment involves a session of online shopping during which we will measure your eye movements and bodily responses. The shopping session is followed by an interview and we will ask you to fill out a final questionnaire to give us feedback on the study.
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Labs: Cambridge
CityNoise is a project led by Dr. Yu Zheng in Microsoft Research. The project aims to diagnose a city's noise pollution with crowdsensing and ubiquitous data. It reveals the fine-grained noise situation throughout a city and analyzes the composition of noises in a particular location, by using 311 complaint data together with road network data, points of interests, and social media.
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Labs: Asia | New York
Ricardo Perez-TrugliaPOST DOC RESEARCHER
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Animated computer graphics are projected onto the base of a fiber optic tree to create a sparse 3D display within the tree. This was done as an entry into Microsoft Research's MakeFest and demonstrated on 1/10/2014 to the MSRMakeFest community.
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Labs: Redmond
OSLO is a .NET and Silverlight class library for the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations (ODEs). The library enables numerical integration to be performed in C#, F# and Silverlight applications. OSLO implements Runge-Kutta and back differentiation formulae (BDF) for non-stiff and stiff initial value problems.
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Labs: Cambridge
We present a machine learning technique for estimating absolute, per-pixel depth using any conventional monocular 2D camera, with minor hardware modifications. Our approach targets close-range human capture and interaction where dense 3D estimation of hands and faces is desired. We use hybrid classification-regression forests to learn how to map from near infrared intensity images to absolute, metric depth in real-time. We demonstrate a variety of human computer interaction scenarios.
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Gautam RaoPOST DOC RESEARCHER
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Project focussed on quantifying the economic and environmental, trade-offs and synergies that arise under land use change.
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Labs: Cambridge
Climatology gives you climate information for anywhere on Earth: temperature, rain and sunniness. Whether finding where are the warm, dry places to go on holiday in December, or avoiding rain for your wedding, to finding out what the climate is like in Kazakhstan in April, Climatology allows you to discover the information you want.
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Labs: Cambridge
Microsoft research developed a tool in collaboration with IUCN, SSC and UAL, to allow the rapid mapping and assessment of species, threats to species and conservation interventions. it is hoped that this tool will improve bottom up conservation monitoring.
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Labs: Cambridge
Na Yang
Software Listens In: Emotional Intelligence Through Affective Computing and Mobile SensingAs an essential approach to understanding human interactions, emotion classification is a vital component in behavioral studies and health care, as well as in the design of context-aware systems. Speech contains rich information about emotion, but the classification performance is still short of what is desired for the algorithms to be used in real systems. Also, the impact of noise is not well studied, especially for emotion sensing in noisy mobile environments. In this talk, I will present an emotion...
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Date: 8 July 2014
Duration: 00:52:28
Collection: Candidate Talk
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Microsoft Research is looking for 20 high school students to participate in a study exploring existing and potentially new uses of social media and communication technologies to stay connected with friends and share experiences.
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Embedding professional services in productivity tools
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Labs: FUSE Labs
Website for the CIKM2014 tutorial on Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing: Theory and Practice (more content to be added)
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Fast removal of general multipath for time-of-flight sensors.
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JavaScript cryptographic algorithm implementations suitable for use in all cloud services
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