IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence

The IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI) is a monthly journal published by the IEEE Computer Society. It presents the most important research results in areas including all traditional areas of computer vision and image understanding, all traditional areas of pattern analysis and recognition, and selected areas of machine intelligence. Areas of such machine learning, search techniques, document and handwriting analysis, medical image analysis, video and image sequence analysis, content-based retrieval of image and video, face and gesture recognition and relevant specialized hardware and/or software architectures are also covered. It is widely considered to be one of the leading journals in the area.

Publisher
IEEE Computer Society
History
1979–present
Website
http://www.computer.org/portal/web/tpami
Impact factor
4.908 (2011)
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Machine learning & AI

Researchers use AI to unlock the secrets of ancient texts

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Computer Sciences

Researchers fine-tune control over AI image generation

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Computer Sciences

Key task in computer vision and graphics gets a boost

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Computer Sciences

Best way to detect 'deepfake' videos? Check for the pulse

With video editing software becoming increasingly sophisticated, it's sometimes difficult to believe our own eyes. Did that actor really appear in that movie? Did that politician really say that offensive thing?

Engineering

Significant developments in gamut mapping for the film industry

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Computer Sciences

Aging faces could increase security risks

Images of our faces exist in numerous important databases - driver's license, passport, law enforcement, employment—all to accurately identify us. But can these images continue to identify us as we age?