Category Archives: Feature extraction

Learning Visual Representations of Style

On May 16, 2018 Nanne van Noord defended his PhD thesis on learning visual representations of style at the University of Tilburg. He conducted his PhD research as part of the REVIGO project, prior to joining the SEMIA team. Below, he … Continue reading

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First SEMIA Workshop: objectives and short report

One of the ways in which the SEMIA project team has sought from the start to further develop its key concerns and objectives, is through the organization of a number of workshops involving representatives of the three ‘user groups’ the … Continue reading

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SEMIA’s Objectives: short elaboration

In the SEMIA project, we investigate the affordances of visual analysis and data visualization for exploring large collections of digitized moving images. In doing so, we try to accomplish a number shifts in relation to other Digital Humanities projects of … Continue reading

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