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Dr. Kenneth Dawson-Howe

Assistant Professor (Computer Science)


  Augmented Reality   Computer Vision   Computer vision and robotics   IMAGE ANALYSIS   Image Processing   SURVEILLANCE
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Conference chair of IMVIP 2015 August 2015
Jack Fitzsimons and Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Abandoned, Removed and Moved object classification, International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence, 30, (1), 2016, Journal Article, ACCEPTED  DOI
Rozenn Dahyot, Gerard Lacey, Kenneth Dawson-Howe, François Pitié, David Moloney (Editors), IRISH MACHINE VISION & IMAGE PROCESSING Conference proceedings 2015, Irish Pattern Recognition & Classification Society (ISBN 978-0-9934207-0-2), 2015, 1 - 139pp, Notes: [http://hdl.handle.net/2262/74714], Book, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  Handle  Other
Darren Caulfield and Kenneth Dawson-Howe, An Extensive Evaluation of Mean-Shift Tracking for Surveillance, International Journal of Imaging and Robotics, 15, (2), 2015, p1 - 21, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Rozenn Dahyout, Gerard Lacey, Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Francois Pitie, David Moloney(ed.), Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference (IMVIP 2015), Dublin, Ireland, 26-28 August 2015, 2015, 1-127 p, Proceedings of a Conference, IN_PRESS  URL
Kenneth Dawson-Howe, A Practical Introduction to Computer Vision with OpenCV, 1st, Wiley, 2014, 1 - 217pp, Book, PUBLISHED  URL  URL
Ian Beatty-Orr, and Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Frontal Detection of Backpacks in Surveillance Videos, Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference (IMVIP), Derry-Londonderry, 27-29 August 2014, edited by Sonya Coleman, Bryan Gardiner, Dermot Kerr , 2014, pp116 - 121, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  URL
Atul Nautiyal, Eamonn Kenny, Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Video Adaptation for the creation of advanced intelligent content for Conferences., Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference (IMVIP), Derry-Londonderry, 27-29 August 2014, edited by Sonya Coleman, Bryan Gardiner, Dermot Kerr , 2014, pp122 - 127, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  URL
Robert B. Fisher, Toby P. Breckon, Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Andrew Fitzgibbon, Craig Robertson, Emanuele Trucco, Christopher K. I. Williams, Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing, 2nd edition, Chicester, United Kingdom, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2013, Book, PUBLISHED
Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Differential local edge detection using the DH operator, International Journal of Tomography and Simulation, 21, (3), 2012, p1 - 17, Notes: [ISSN 2319-3336], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Darren Caulfield and Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Track validation using gradient-based normalised cross-correlation, British Machine Vision Conference, Dundee, Scotland., 29/8/2011 - 2/9/2011, edited by Jesse Hoey, Stephen McKenna and Emanuele Trucco , BMVA Press, 2011, pp70.1 - 70.11, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
  

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Tomos G. Williams and Kenneth M. Dawson-Howe, Automated Force Sensed Probing for Buried Landmine Detection, Trinity College, Dublin, Dept. of Computer Science, 1997, Report, PUBLISHED
Tomos G. Williams and Kenneth M. Dawson-Howe, Hand-Held Force Probing Experiment, Trinity College, Dublin, Dept. of Computer Science, 1997, Report, PUBLISHED
Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Active Surveillance using Dynamic Background Subtraction, 1996, (TCD-CS-96-06), Report, PUBLISHED
Gerard Lacey, Kenneth M. Dawson-Howe and David Vernon, Personal Autonomous Mobility Aid for the frail and elderly blind, Trinity College Dublin, 1995, (TCD-CS-95-18), Report, PUBLISHED

  

I'm a member of the GRAPHICS, VISION and VISUALIZATION (GV2) research group. This group is the result of a merger between Computer Vision and Robotics research group (established in 1983) and the Graphics research group. The Computer Vision and Robotics research group has pursued excellence in both academic and industrial research. We have provided engineering solutions to problems which require sensing and physical interaction. The aim of the group is to advance the state of the art in the fields of computer vision and robotics. This has been achieved through research and its validation in practical applications, many of which assume an industrial nature. We're currently doing research in areas such as industrial inspection, visual surveillance, blackjack monitoring, and mobile robotics.