Tag: curriculum learning

Open Access! Breakthrough Algorithms Uncover 6,000 Potential Archaeological Mounds

A new breakthrough publication presents two algorithms for the large-scale automatic detection and instance segmentation of potential archaeological mounds on historical maps, resulting in the detection of nearly 6,000 mound features across an expansive area of 470,500 square kilometers. This remarkable achievement represents the most extensive application of such an approach to date and offers unprecedented…
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Computational archaeology thesis defence: Iban Berganzo-Besga

As part of the interuniversity doctoral program in Classical Archeology (URV-ICAC-UAB), we are pleased to invite you to the public reading of the doctoral thesis of GIAP researcher Iban Berganzo-Besga, which has been co-directed by Prof. Hèctor A. Orengo (ICREA Research Professor at ICAC) and Felipe Lumbreras (Computer Vision Center of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, CVC-UAB): “New…
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