Corey Engelman

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A mathematical scientist experiments. Today, his test tube and his breadboard are blackboard and paper. He may, it is true, have available a computer, but its role is numerical and its results are delivered not today, not tomorrow, but the day after the final programming bug is corrected. The computer is not present during the most creative phases of the(More)
The number of digital images in use is growing at an increasing rate across a wide array of application domains. That being said, there is an ever-growing need for innovative ways to help endusers gain access to these images quickly and effectively. Moreover, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to manually annotate these images, for example with text(More)
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