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Dr A. I. Shihab

Senior Lecturer

About

My areas of teaching are Programming Languages (C++ and Java), Data Structures and Algorithms, Web Development (full stack), AI in Games, Agile PM Foundation and Project Management.

My areas of research are Affective Computing, AI and Machine Learning.

I obtained the PhD degree in Pattern Recognition, Department of Computing, Imperial College London.

I welcome applications from PhD students wishing to work in the areas of Affective Computing (systems that are influenced by mood and emotion), AI and Machine Learning (visual surveillance, audio signal analysis, sequence analysis, data clustering, etc).

Qualifications

  • PhD in Pattern Recognition, Department of Computing, Imperial College London

Publications

Number of items: 8.

Article

Hunter, Gordon J., Zienowicz, Krzysztof and Shihab, Ahmed I. (2008) The Use of Mel Cepstral Coefficients and Markov Models for the Automatic Identification, Classification and Sequence Modelling of Salient Sound Events Occurring During Tennis Matches. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA), 123(5), p. 3431. ISSN (print) 0001-4966

Zienowicz, K., Hunter, G. and Shihab, A.I. (2008) The Use of Spectrographic Template Matching to Identify and Classify Salient Sound Events in Tennis Matches. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics (U.K.), 30(2), 171 - 179. ISSN (print) 0309-8117

Remagnino, Paolo, Shihab, A. I. and Jones, G. A. (2004) Distributed intelligence for multi-camera visual surveillance. Pattern Recognition, 37(4), pp. 675-689. ISSN (print) 0031-3203

Conference or Workshop Item

Zienowicz, K., Shihab, A.I. and Hunter, G.J.A. (2008) Detecting, classifying and predicting salient events using acoustic signals and Markov models. In: IET 4th International Conference on Intelligent Environments; 21 July - 22 July 2008, Seattle, U.S.A.. ISSN (print) 0537-9989 ISBN 9780863418945

Hunter, G.J.A., Zienowicz, K. and Shihab, A.I. (2008) The Use of Mel Cepstral Coefficients and Markov Models for the Automatic Identification, Classification and Sequence Modelling of Salient Sound Events Occurring During Tennis Matches. In: Acoustics 08; June 29 - July 4 2008, Paris, France.

Hunter, Gordon, Shihab, Ahmed and Zienowicz, Krzysztof (2007) Modelling Tennis Rallies Using Information from both Video and Audio Signals. In: First International Conference on Mathematical Modelling in Sport; 24 - 26 June 2007, Manchester, U.K..

Shihab, A.I. and Zienowicz, K. (2007) Court-Shot detection in tennis broadcast video. In: Vision, Video and Graphics one day workshop; 14 September 2007, Warwick University, U.K..

Shihab, A.I. and Burger, P. (1998) Tracking the LV in velocity MR images using fuzzy clustering. In: Medical Image Understanding and Analysis; 6 July - 7 July 1998, University of Leeds, U.K..

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