The newly-formed Vision & Language Group conducts novel theoretical and applied research in the following main areas:
Context-Oriented Visual Object Recognition
o Measuring and exploiting the compatibility of visual confusion and contextual separability
o Subsampling effects on learning object classes
Psychology, Well-being and Nature
o Neural and statistical modelling of directed attention fatigue
o Modelling the restorative potential of visual scenes
o Comparing human phenomenological interpretation and machine analysis of corpora
o Automatic extraction of memorable structures in unstructured material (visual and text).
o Automatic generation of mnemonics.
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
a) AMOR: An Adaptive, Multimodal Architecture for Visual Object Recognition (2012-present).
RM 192,000 eScience grant.
Senior (Academic Staff)
a.Dr James Mountstephens
MSc and PhD Students
a.Toh Chia Ming
b.Choong Mei Yeen
James Mountstephens (Ph.D)
School of Engineering and Information Technology
Universiti Malaysia Sabah,
88400, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Tel: +6088-320000 ext:3198