Publications

Computer Vision

  • A. Kubo, K. Meshgi, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Adaptive Correlation Filters for Visual Tracking via Reinforcement Learning,” in Proc. of ECCV’18, Munich, Germany, Sep 2018.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Oba, “Information-Maximizing Sampling to Promote Tracking-by-Detection,” in Proc. of ICIP’18, IEEE, Athens, Greece, Oct 2018.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Efficient Diverse Ensemble for Discriminative Co-Tracking,” in Proc. of CVPR’18, IEEE, Salt Lake City, USA, Jun 2018.
  • K. Meshgi and S. Oba “Active Collaboration of Classifiers for Visual Tracking,” in G. Anbarjafari and S. Escalera (Eds) Human-Robot Interaction - Theory and Application, InTech Publication, ISBN 978-953-51-5611-6, 2018.
  • K. Meshgi, S.i. Maeda, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Constructing a Meta-Tracker using Dropout to Imitate the Behavior of an Arbitrary Black-box Tracker,” Journal of Neural Networks vol. 87, pp. 132-148, Elsevier, 2017.
  • K. Meshgi, M. S. Mirzaei, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Efficient Asymmetric Co-Tracking using Uncertainty Sampling,” in Proc. of ICSIPA’17, IEEE, Kuching, Malaysia, Sep 2017. (Best paper award)
  • K. Meshgi, M. S. Mirzaei, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Active Collaborative Ensemble Tracking,” in Proc. of AVSS’17, IEEE, Lecce, Italy, Aug 2017.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Adversarial Sampling to Robustify Active Discriminative Co-Tracking,” in Proc. of MIRU’17, Hiroshima, Japan, Aug 2017.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Efficient Version-Space Reduction for Visual Tracking,” in Proc. of CRV’17, IEEE, Vancouver, Canada, May 2017.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Active Discriminative Tracking using Collective Memory,” in Proc. of MVA’17, IEEE, Tokyo, Japan, May 2017.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Oba, and S. Ishii, “Robust Discriminative Tracking via Query-by-Bagging,” in Proc. of AVSS’16, Colorado Springs, USA, Aug 2016.
  • K. Meshgi, S.i. Maeda, S. Oba, H. Skibbe, Y.Z. Li, S. Ishii, “Occlusion Aware Particle Filter Tracker to Handle Complex and Persistent Occlusions,” Journal of Computer Vision and Image Understanding (CVIU), vol. 150, pp. 81-94, Elsevier 2016.
  • K. Meshgi, S.i. Maeda, S. Oba, and S. Ishii, “Data-driven Probabilistic Occlusion Mask to Promote Visual Tracking,” in Proc. of CRV’16, IEEE, British Columbia, Canada, Jun 2016.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Ishii, “The State-of-the-Art in Handling Occlusions for Visual Object Tracking,” IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems, vol. E98-D, no. 7, pp. 1260-1274, IEICE 2015.
  • K. Meshgi, and S. Ishii, “Expanding Histogram of Colors with Gridding to Improve Tracking Accuracy,” in Proc. of MVA’15, IEEE, Tokyo, Japan, May 2015.
  • K. Meshgi, S. Maeda, S. Oba, S. Ishii, “Fusion of Multiple Cues from Color and Depth Domains using Occlusion Aware Bayesian Tracker, ” in IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 113, no. 500, NC2014-22, pp. 127-132, Mar 2014.
  • K. Meshgi, Y.Z. Li, S. Oba, S. Maeda, S. Ishii, “Enhancing Probabilistic Appearance-Based Object Tracking with Depth Information: Object Tracking under Occlusion,” in IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 113, no. 197, IBISML2013-22, pp. 85-91, Sep 2013.
  • K. Meshgi, “Particle Filter-based Tracking to Handle Persistent and Complex Occlusions and Imitate Arbitrary Black-box Trackers,” Ph.D. Dissertation, Kyoto University, Sep 2015.

Computational Linguistics

  • K. Meshgi, M. S. Mirzaei, “A Data-driven Approach to Generate Partial and Synchronized Caption for Second Language Listeners,” in Proc. of WorldCALL’18, Concepcion, Chile, Nov 2018.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, “Automatic Scaffolding for L2 Listeners by Leveraging Natural Language Processing,” in Proc. of EuroCALL’18, Jyväskylä, Finland, Aug 2018.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, T. Kawahara, “Exploiting Automatic Speech Recognition Errors to Enhance Partial and Synchronized Caption for Facilitating Second Language Listening,” Computer Speech and Language Journal, vol. 49, pp. 17-36, Elsevier 2018.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, Y. Akita, T. Kawahara, “Partial and synchronized captioning: A new tool to assist learners in developing second language listening skill,” ReCALL Journal, vol. 29(2), pp. 178-199, Cambridge University Press 2017.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, T. Kawahara, “Detecting listening difficulty for second language learners using Automatic Speech Recognition errors,” in Proc. of SLaTE’17, Stockholm, Sweden, Aug 2017.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, T. Kawahara, “Listening Difficulty Detection to Foster Second Language Listening with Partial and Synchronized Caption,” in Proc. of EuroCALL’17, Southampton, England, Aug 2017.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, T. Kawahara, “Leveraging automatic speech recognition errors to detect challenging speech segments in TED talks,” in Proc. of EuroCALL’16, Limassol, Cyprus, Aug 2016.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, T. Kawahara, “Automatic speech recognition errors as a predictor of L2 listening difficulties,” in Proc. of Coling’16 (CL4LC Workshop), Osaka, Japan, Nov 2016.
  • M. S. Mirzaei, K. Meshgi, Y. Akita, T. Kawahara, “Errors in Automatic Speech Recognition versus Difficulties in Second Language Listening, ” in Proc. of EuroCALL’15, Padova, Italy, Aug 2015.

Machine Learning

  • S. Ebrahimi, K. Meshgi, S. Khadivi, S.E. Shiri Ahmad Abady, “Meta-level Statistical Machine Translation," in Proc. of 6th Int’l Joint Conf. on NLP (IJCNLP'13), Nagoya, Japan, Oct 2013.
  • S. MasoumZadeh, K. Meshgi, S. Shiry, G. Taghizadeh, “FQL-RED: An Adaptive Scalable Schema for Active Queue Management,” Int'l. J. of Network Mgmt (IJNM), vol. 21, pp.157-167 Wiley, 2011.
  • S. MasoumZadeh, G. Taghizadeh, K. Meshgi, S. Shiry, “Deep Blue: A Fuzzy Q-Learning Enhanced Active Queue Management Scheme,” in Proc. of Int'l. Conf. on Adaptive and Intelligent Systems (ICAIS'09), Klagenfurt, Austria, 2009.
  • S. MasoumZadeh, K. Meshgi, S. Shiry, “Adaptive Mutation in Evolution Strategy using Fuzzy Q-Learning,” in Proc. of 13th Iran Computer Association Conf. (ICCSC2008), Kish, Iran, 2008.
  • K. Meshgi, “Brain Inspired Face Detection,” M.Sc. Dissertation, Tehran PolyTechnic, Oct 2010.

Robotics

  • S. Soleimanpour, S. Shiry, K. Meshgi, “Sensor Fusion in Robot Localization using DS-Evidence Theory with Conflict Detection using Mahalanobis Distance,” Proc. of 7th IEEE Int'l. Conf. on Cybernetic Intelligent Systems (CIS'2008), United Kingdom, 2008.
  • Nemesis 2010 Team Description, RobuCup 2010.


Legend: Peer-reviewed, Not peer-reviewed, Under review/publication, Thesis

Activities

Honors

  • Won ICT Innovation Award for PSC, Kyoto University, 2017.
  • Awarded as Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Prize for Winning NEDO Project, as a part of R&D Team, 3D MEDiA Co. Ltd., 2015.
  • Received Japan Government Monbokagakusho (MEXT) Scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Government of Japan, 2011-2014.
  • Achieved 3rd Place of Int'l. RoboCup 2005 Competitions, Soccer Coach Simulation League, Member of Kasra Team, Osaka, Japan, 2005.
  • Recognized as an Exceptional Talent during Master's Program by Amirkabir University of Technology, 2010 (Ranked 1st in Fall 2008 & 2nd in Spring 2008 semesters in Artificial Intelligence Dept.)

Affilitions

Services

Projects

DEDT

Efficient Diverse Ensemble for Discriminative Co-Tracking (DEDT)

An active co-tracker with self-organizing committee of classifiers, considering diversity for model update

ACET

Adversarial Ensemble Co-Tracker (ACET)

An active self-correcting committee of classifiers to perform collaborative tracking

DQCF

Deep Q-Learning for Correlation Filter Tracking (DQCF)

A correlation filter tracker with reinforcement-learning-tuned learning rate

QBST

Query-by-Boosting Tracker (QBST)

a committee of weak classifiers in a Boosting framework

CMT

Collective Memory Tracker (CMT)

a committee of classifiers with the same data but different memory spans

QBT

Query-by-Bagging Tracker (QBT)

a committee of classifiers with partial knowledge

Mimic Tracker (MIMIC)

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IMST

Information-Maximizing Sampling Tracker (IMST)

A novel sampling technique to provide most informative samples for the classifiers to learn the target/non-target ever-changing boundary

OCCMASK

Data-Driven Probabilistic Occlusion Mask (OccMask)

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HOCX

Expanding Histogram of Colors with Gridding (HOCx)

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OAPFT

Occlusion Aware Particle Filter Tracker (OAPFT)

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ASCT

Adversarial Sampling Co-Tracker (ASCT)

An active co-tracker in which the main classifier is robustified against its adversarial examples by the assistance of the auxiliary detector

OCCSURVAY

The State-of-the-Art in Handling Occlusions for Visual Object tracking (OccSurvey)

A report on trending literature of occlusion handling in online visual tracking including solutions, datasets, benchmarks, and criteria.

PSC

Partial and Synchronized Caption (PSC)

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Brain Inspired Face Detection (B-FD)

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Fuzzy Q-Learning (FQL)

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Virtual Reality Conversation Envinsioner (VRCE)

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