Ben Kröse combines Computer vision and Computer graphics (images) in his research. Ben Kröse integrates Computer graphics (images) and Computer vision in his research. His Artificial intelligence study typically links adjacent topics like Iterative reconstruction. Many of his studies on Iterative reconstruction involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Artificial intelligence. His research on Topology (electrical circuits) frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Combinatorics. Many of his studies on Combinatorics apply to Topology (electrical circuits) as well. His Set (abstract data type) research extends to the thematically linked field of Programming language. His work in Set (abstract data type) is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Programming language. He integrates Stereoscopy and Stereopsis in his studies.
Set (abstract data type) and Semantics (computer science) are all intertwined in Programming language research. Many of his studies on Set (abstract data type) apply to Programming language as well. His study on Machine learning is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Activity recognition, Margin (machine learning) and Structured prediction. His Margin (machine learning) study frequently links to related topics such as Machine learning. There are a combination of areas like Office automation and Human–computer interaction integrated together with his Operating system study. Ben Kröse combines Office automation and Operating system in his studies. In his work, Ben Kröse performs multidisciplinary research in Human–computer interaction and Ubiquitous computing. Ben Kröse performs multidisciplinary studies into Ubiquitous computing and Home automation in his work. His Gerontology research is intertwined with Independent living and Assisted living.
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An introduction to Neural Networks
Ben Kröse;Patrick van der Smagt.
Published in <b>1996</b> by University of Amsterdam (1996)
Accurate activity recognition in a home setting
Tim van Kasteren;Athanasios Noulas;Gwenn Englebienne;Ben Kröse.
ubiquitous computing (2008)
Assessing Acceptance of Assistive Social Agent Technology by Older Adults: the Almere Model
Marcel Heerink;Ben J. A. Kröse;Vanessa Evers;Bob J. Wielinga.
International Journal of Social Robotics (2010)
Efficient greedy learning of Gaussian mixture models
J. J. Verbeek;N. Vlassis;B. Kröse.
Neural Computation (2003)
An EM-like algorithm for color-histogram-based object tracking
Z. Zivkovic;B. Krose.
computer vision and pattern recognition (2004)
An activity monitoring system for elderly care using generative and discriminative models
T. L. Kasteren;G. Englebienne;B. J. Kröse.
ubiquitous computing (2010)
The control and speed of shifts of attention.
Ben J.A. Kröse;Bela Julesz.
Vision Research (1989)
Distributed adaptive control : the self-organization of structured behavior
Paul F.M.J. Verschure;Ben J.A. Kröse;Rolf Pfeifer.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (1992)
Measuring acceptance of an assistive social robot: a suggested toolkit
Marcel Heerink;Ben Krose;Vanessa Evers;Bob Wielinga.
robot and human interactive communication (2009)
Human activity recognition from wireless sensor network data: benchmark and software
T. L. M. van Kasteren;G. Englebienne;B. J. A. Kröse.
Atlantis ambient and pervasive intelligence (2011)
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