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June 20th, 2013

By: Mykhaylo Andriluka

Multiple People Detection in Real-World Scenes

Finding and following people is a key technology for many applications such as robotics and automotive safety, human-computer interaction scenarios, or for indexing images and videos from the web or surveillance cameras. At the same time it is one of the most challenging problems in computer vision and remains a scientific challenge for realistic scenes.

June 19th, 2013

By: Uwe Waldmann

Automated Deduction

Human mathematicians prove a theorem by combining individual computation steps. This is a rather trivial task for a computer program once the necessary steps are known. For automatized processes, however, choosing which steps to execute is similar to looking for a needle in an infinitely large haystack. The research group "Automation of Logic" is one of the world leaders in developing efficient automated theorem provers.

May 8th, 2013

By: Felipe Albrecht and Fabian Müller

EpiExplorer and RnBeads: Integrative Analysis of Epigenomic Data

The packing of the DNA in a cell's nucleus determines if and to what degree genes encoded in the DNA can be translated and regulated. Software tools developed at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics facilitate the analysis and interpretation of this epigenetic information.

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