[2017-01-20] Présentation et matériel pour mon workshop à l'incoyable conf Mixit 2017 : Deep Learning pour la Reconnaissance de Chatons.
[2017-03-02] Our new paper on arxiv “L³-SVMs: Landmarks-based Linear Local Support Vectors Machines”, on my publication page.
[2017-01-20] Presentation: Version control with Git.
[2017-01-04] Presentation: Likelihood-based and Likelihood-free Unsupervised Learning.
[2016-12-13] Presentation: A Tour of Probabilistic and Deep Approaches for Unsupervised Learning.
[2016-12-12] We presented our paper at NIPS last week.
[2016-09-01] Presentation: Introduction to Version Control using Git and Gitlab
[2016-05-29] Added my presentation on Learning to Learning, that I gave at Web En Vert. See my research home page or on on github.
[2016-05-14] Added some 2016 publications. See my publication list.
[2016-02-12] Added my presentations on Sparsity, that I gave at a workshop in laboratoire Hubert Curien. See my research home page that had been enriched with other presentations (on deep learning and on transfer learning).
[2015-10-01] Added my presentation on Machine Learning that I gave at Web En Vert. See my research home page or on on github.
[2015-08-05] Added a debriefing of my second software carpentry workshop in CERN for summer students and the Webfest.
[2015-06-25] Added a debriefing of the LHCb software carpentry workshop in which I instructed three weeks ago.
[2015-05-25] (FR/EN) Added a post on changing EXIF dates for your holiday pictures. Poste sur changer les dates EXIF dans vos photos de vacances.
[2015-04-30] Added slides of today's presentation on dirichlet processes research page.
[2015-04-28] For clarity, I separated my research page from my publication list.
[2015-04-02] We are opening two PhD thesis positions in Saint Etienne: one on distributed optimization with belief propogation and one on extraction of subtle cues and events in videos.
[2015-03-27] My first FirefoxOs app! Time tracking with sync. BusyBox
[2014-12-29] (FR/EN) Galette time!: cut a Galette without hitting the bean. Couper la galette sans toucher la fève.
[2014-11-27] Paper Clickers! Yeah!
I just got a ZTE Open C, so I made a comparision of the GPS recording of my Nexus 4 and my Open C.
I just posted a debriefing of the sprint for the Mozilla Science Lab that took place in July.
It is only used in the examples for now, but I worked on a theme family for deck.js. The family contains black/white backgrounds, two possible fonts, and 6 possible main colors. Feedback's welcome. Currently the demos only feature a green theme on a black background. Any example is ok, such as the clone example, or the clone example with a draft font.
I've updated the page about my deck.js extensions. It contains new extensions and demos. The zip bundle is available.
I've updated the page about my deck.js extensions. It contains new extensions and demos. The bundle will come soon (need to make a new template).
Now updated my extension page for Deck.js 1.0: page about my deck.js extensions. Deck.js 1.0 has been officially released now!
Now updated my extension page for deck.js 1.0: page about my deck.js extensions.
Better late than never, I added some descriptions and link to the page about my deck.js extensions.
I made my website somewhat responsive: at least it is readable on smaller screens (the menu used to take a lot of space). At the occasion I discovered how we can adapt to display density using CSS (ppi, dpi) and made a small test page about display density.
I updated my CV with my new position and added a commenting system (livefyre) on my pages. Visitors can now comment on the pages.
I updated the Zip bundle for deck.js and extensions. It contains the new “includedeck” for easy and less verbose inclusion of extensions (gain around 50 lines in your html file). It also rewrites SVG files when they get included so they can be styled using CSS (even if they come from inkscape that uses the "style" attribute).
I encountered a unexpected error, code 1100, corrupted memory?. It seems to be a very uncommon error so I report it here.
I updated the Zip bundle for deck.js and extensions. It contains improvements to the SmartSyntax and the SVG extensions. It also introduces a lot of small improvements currently in an “incubator” extension (mathjax, comments on the slides, event logger and timer, clock, indicator for loading in progress, …).
After a difficult month, I added some travel time maps for Times Square, New York, Manhattan.
After one round of major revision in TPAMI, I got an "accept" and thus updated my publications.
I updated the Zip bundle for deck.js and extensions. Mainly it solves a slight problem with loading SVG created by newest inkscape but it also includes all the latest changes.
I developed a little my work on travel time maps / isochrone maps. New maps with the 4 french cities where I might end up + walking to Lausanne train station.
I release a new version of the GSP Framework for modules in Java and C++, now also with python support. Still no dedicated page on my site... The tutorial is operational/up-to-date but it is still not illustrating the python feature.
Fixed missing images for the Duck Game. Small updates all around in the website.
For the exercise and some syntactic sugar, I made a scala implementation of the PushBorderLayout.
Some things got improved/added in the last month: interactive filter for publication, pdf version of cv and publications, content updates, typo and broken link fixes.
I quickly added a new page on how to clear your grooveshark queue in one click.
I updated the github repo, the Zip bundle and demo pages for deck.js and extensions. They now feature major improvements on animations. No notable problem persists: you can now play animations, undo them, jump to an arbitrary slide, refresh or load the page on any slide… all without a problem. The “smartsyntax” demo now features also an example of animation the viewbox of svg images (zooming in and out).
Updated Zip bundle and demos for deck.js and extensions: fix/improvements on undoing animations.
Added a new page with isochrone maps: fancy maps for a quick overview of the travel time from a place (Grenoble and Martigny).
Added a downloadable zip bundle on the deck.js page.
My pages on using libgdx with Netbeans were quite old. It is solved now. Bonus: it is much simpler now :).
Added a "clone" demo on the deck.js page. With "clone", you can have a view on your laptop and another view on the video projector.
Added a smartsyntax demo on the deck.js page. Now everything is there. Also polished the demos (still more to do).
Added an SVG demo on the deck.js page. Still not polished but it works great.
Created a new deck.js page for the reimplemented/new extensions. The "fit" extension that properly re-sizes slides at will is there and demoed. Also demoed: math equations, simple animations (no SVG).
Updated the deck.js page with a link to a zip bundle.
Updated the deck.js page with 2 new features: math equations and smart syntax (similar to a wiki syntax).
Added a simple page on deck.js and SVG animations.
Before re-implementing anything, I listed the features I expect from a html-based presentation system. Also, I try to list what “deck.js”, “presentazion” and my own system have and lack.
I added my AMBIENT 2011 and its associated bibtex and page.
All publications are now showing the associated bibtex.
I posted an update about an incoming project for DNS-SD on Android on my android dnssd post.
I added a paragraph of instructions for the “duck” game.
The audio support from Zarvox was integrated in libfreenect, I updated the instructions to record audio from kinect.
For some audio experiments in my research, I tried to record the multiple microphones of the Kinect. Hopefully there is an available driver for that. I share here the instructions to record audio from kinect.
I (re)discovered MathJax to do rendering of latex equations in a browser so I updated my live equation editor page with an option to use it.
I got an accepted paper :) and thus updated my CV page.
Tutorial on how to make libgdx-helloworld works with Netbeans only, without Eclipse. Now you can even use Netbeans to run the app on your phone. Note that you can use this for dual development (some team members under Netbeans, some under Eclipse).
The web server hosting this home.heeere.com has been migrated. Please update your bookmarks if you were using some "idiap.ch" urls. You can find the new website at the same address home.heeere.com.
Explaining how to use jmdns on Android on this page of my site (for dnssd/zeroconf/bonjour service discovery). With this update, your project does not require to have a copy of jmdns sources anymore.
Explaining how to use jmdns on Android on this page of my site (for dnssd/zeroconf/bonjour service discovery).
Happy new year! Explaining step by step how to use Netbeans for libgdx applications on this page of my site.
My first attempt with Omiscid on Android on this page of my site.
I did a git presentation at IDIAP. You can access it, together with some links, on this page of my site.
Finally, I have a twitter account. You can follow me at http://twitter.com/remiemonet.
I was fed up of recompiling latex equations so I quickly created an interactive equation editor usable in modern browsers. You can access it on this page of my site.
My first article on “dzone” exposes an approach to improve modularity in your graphical user interfaces. It is done by decoupling actions and “action enabling strategies”. It is illustrated with the Lookup API from Netbeans. You can access it through the “tech corner” of this site.
I finished and released a layout for Java GUI applications. In functionality, it is equivalent to the nesting of multiple JPanels with BorderLayout.
A section dedicated to technological tricks has been added. It already contains macros for generating C++ accessors.
This website gets created and put online!
Created the new project for the new website. Heeere we go.