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Epitomic representation of natural signals

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Many natural signals such as images, audio and genetic sequences have repeating fragments that can be compactly expressed using, what we call as, an epitome. An epitome of a signal is its compact representation that is learned using overlapping segments or patches of various sizes from the signal. In this talk, I will explain a generative model for images using epitomes. When the epitomic representation is used in a hierarchical generative model of image formation, appropriate inference algorithms can be derived to extract epitomes from a single image or a collection of images and simultaneously perform various tasks such as image segmentation, motion estimation, super-resolution and image denoising. Time permitting, I will preview recent work by colleagues on extending this to videos.

Joint work with Nebojsa Jojic (Microsoft Research) and Brendan Frey (University of Toronto)

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