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Our research group was founded by the Associate Prof. of School of Electical and Computer Engineering (NTUA) C. Papaodysseus. The group is formed by several researchers from the faculties of engineering, mathematics and physics.

In general, the research activities of the group are focused on the fields of computer systems design and analysis, pattern recognition, signal processing, image processing, computer based study of mathematical problems, finite precision error study, and biomedicine.

A number of innovative computer systems has been developed by the group and many articles have been published in several scientific journals. More specifically, our research has led to the development of the following:

System for the automatic recognition of musical recordings
Video stream recognition system
System for the virtual reconstrunction of fragmented objects, with application to archaeology
System and methodology for the brushwork/artwork estimation, with application to important archaeological
  findings
System for writer identification, applied to ancient greek inscriptions
A general methodology for the correction of the finite precisison error generated in the execution of computer
  algorithms
System for the automatic recognition of objects on the basis of their microscopic images
System and methodology for measuring the red blood shell aggregation
Application of virtual reality to archaeology

 

 

 

 

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