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Industry and Academic Research in Computer Vision

  title={Industry and Academic Research in Computer Vision},
  author={Iuliia Kotseruba},
This work aims to study the dynamic between research in the industry and academia in computer vision. The results are demonstrated on a set of top-5 vision conferences that are representative of the field. Since data for such analysis was not readily available, significant effort was spent on gathering and processing meta-data from the original publications. First, this study quantifies the share of industry-sponsored research. Specifically, it shows that the proportion of papers published by… Expand

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