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Daniel P. Lopresti:  Talks




2015
“Key Issues in Performance Evaluation for Document Analysis Systems,” invited keynote talk, Seventh Mexican Conference on Pattern Recognition (MCPR2015), Mexico City, Mexico, June 25, 2015.  (PDF 5,922 kbytes)


2012
“Adapting the Turing Test for Declaring Document Analysis Problems Solved” (with G. Nagy), Tenth IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems, Gold Coast, Australia, March 27, 2012.  (PDF 839 kbytes)


2011
“When is a Problem Solved?” (with G. Nagy), Eleventh International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, Beijing, China, September 19, 2011.  (PDF 323 kbytes)

“Working with George (a tribute to George Nagy on the occasion of his retirement from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute),” Troy, NY, June 18.  (PDF 1,673 kbytes)


2010
“A New Paradigm for Experimental Pattern Recognition Research,” (with  B. Lamiroy), Brigham Young University invited seminar, Provo, UT, September 16.  (PDF 3,621 kbytes)

“Document Analysis Issues in Reading Optical Scan Ballots,” (with  G. Nagy and E. Barney Smith), Nineth International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems, Boston, MA, June 10.  (PDF 3,559 kbytes)


2008
“Making Every E-Vote Count,” Friends of the Lehigh Libraries invited talk, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, October 23.  (PDF 3,622 kbytes)

“A Document Analysis System for Supporting Electronic Voting Research,” (with  G. Nagy and E. Barney Smith), Eighth International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems, Nara, Japan, September 19.  (PDF 1,706 kbytes)


2007
“Electronic Voting: Problems & Solutions,” Rotary Club presentation, Bethlehem, PA, May 2.  (PDF 943 kbytes)

“A Brief Introduction to Bioinformatics,” Bioengineering 002 Intro, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, February 19.  (PDF 1,737 kbytes)

“Computer Science & Engineering @ Lehigh,” department recruiting talk held in Bethlehem, PA, February 19.  (PDF 1,889 kbytes)


2006
“Evaluating Biometric Security: Understanding the Impact of Wolves in Sheep's Clothing,” invited keynote talk, First Korea-Japan Joint Workshop on Pattern Recognition, Jeju Island, Korea, November 23.  (PDF 2,773 kbytes)

“Symbolic Indirect Correlation: A New Paradigm for Pattern Recognition,” invited talk, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan, November 20.  (PDF 2,405 kbytes)

“Electronic Voting Systems,” Lehigh Engineering 005 class project proposal, Bethlehem, PA, September 1.  (PDF 506 kbytes)

“The E-voting Controversy:  What are the Risks?,” panel session held in Bethlehem, PA, April 20.  (PDF 910 kbytes)

“Life @ Lehigh,” Lehigh Life Days event held in Bethlehem, PA, April 12.  (PDF 1,658 kbytes)

“Match Graph Generation for Symbolic Indirect Correlation” (with  G. Nagy and A. Joshi), Document Recognition and Retrieval XIII (IS&T/SPIE International Symposium on Electronic Imaging), San Jose, CA, January 18.  (PDF 855 kbytes)


2005
“Protecting Our Legacy Document Infrastructure:  Threats and Opportunities,” testimony given before the The Pennsylvania House of Representatives Committee on Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, Bethlehem, PA, December 1.  (PDF 86 kbytes)

“Protecting Our Legacy Document Infrastructure:  Threats and Opportunities,” handout for the The Pennsylvania House of Representatives Committee on Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, Bethlehem, PA, December 1.  (PDF 128 kbytes)

“Mobile Interactive Support System for Time-Critical Document Exploitation” (with G. Nagy), Symposium on Document Image Understanding Technology, College Park, MD, November 2.  (PDF 3,221 kbytes)

“Attacks on Online Handwriting Biometrics,” invited talk, Fourth IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies (AutoID), Buffalo, NY, October 17.  (PDF 995 kbytes)

“Web Document Analysis:  the Case of the Missing Dimension(s),” invited talk, Third International Workshop on Web Document Analysis, Seoul, South Korea, August 28.  (PDF 3,678 kbytes)

“The Effectiveness of Generative Attacks on a Handwriting Biometric,” Conference on Research Development Partnerships in Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Boston, MA, April 27.  (PDF 1,016 kbytes)

“Performance Evaluation for Text Processing of Noisy Inputs,” 20th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (Document Engineering Track), Santa Fe, NM, March 17.  (PDF 517 kbytes)

“A View of Computer Science & Engineering,” Engineering 005 Intro, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, February 21.  (PDF 1,395 kbytes)


2004
“Quantifying Information Leakage in Document Redaction,” First ACM Hardcopy Document Processing Workshop (co-located with CIKM 2004), Arlington, VA, November 12.  (PDF 1,392 kbytes)

“Worldwide Threats:  Converging Dangers in a Post 9/11 World,” panel session at the Campaign for Lehigh Kick-Off Event, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, October 16.  (PDF 492 kbytes)

“A View of Computer Science & Engineering,” Engineering 005 Intro, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, August 30.  (PDF 1,265 kbytes)

“Chipless ID for Everyday Documents,” International Conference on
Chipless Identification Technologies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, June 23.  (PDF 1,235 kbytes)

“Inside Lehigh:  Computer Science in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science,” Inside Lehigh Program held in Denver, CO and Santa Monica, CA, June 17 & 19.  (PDF 469 kbytes)

“Going Digital:  What Do We Lose?,” panel session at International Workshop on Document Image Analysis for Libraries (DIAL04), Palo Alto, CA, January 23.  (PDF 175 kbytes)


2003
“Some Practical Applications of Pattern Recognition Research,” CSE Department Kick-Off Event, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, October 28.  (PDF 485 kbytes)



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