研究室紹介

Human Interface

Department of Advanced Information Technology, Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

Department of Advanced Information Technology, Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, School of Engineering

Pattern recognition is a research field that focuses on the artificial realization of the human cognitive system. It is still difficult even though computers are highly developed today. For example, we humans can easily recognize a car at a glance as “That is a car.” However, there are numerous models in cars, and appearance will change depending on a point of view even if we look at the same model. The easiest way to handle this issue is to classify the input based on the similarity to patterns stored in a computer in advance, but challenges remain such as the definition of similarity. The key point is how to handle variety in patterns that causes difficulty. In this laboratory, we develop pattern recognition techniques and the related applications such as image processing/recognition, bioimage informatics, machine learning, and character engineering/science. We are challenging these attractive problems with our unique techniques and competing against the world.

Human Interface

Staff

Prof. Seiichi Uchida
Assoc.Prof. Ryoma Bise
Assoc.Prof. Brian Iwana
Asst.Prof. Daiki Suehiro
Asst.Prof. Hideaki Hayashi

The Main Research Topics

  • Pattern recognition
  • Machine learning
  • Image processing/recognition
  • Bioimage informatics
  • Character engineering/science
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