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The Price of Diversity: HDB Flats

In Singapore, the Housing Development Board imposes an ethnic quota on public housing flats to ensure that there is an equal number of families from the country’s four major ethnic groups. Does this ethnic quota affect home buyers from getting their dream home, and if so, how much of an impact does it create? NUS Computing researcher Assistant Professor Yair Zick shares his research insights on this topic.

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CS professors present research at CVPR 2019

Our brain can easily estimate the 3D position and the orientation of the objects we see. This task, however, is non-trivial for computers and robots. Computer scientists have been working on the problem of recovering the 3D position and orientation of objects in data captured from image sensors for years. This problem, formulated as the ‘pose estimation’ problem, is important because recovering the position and orientation of objects in a scene is often a necessary step to understanding the scene.

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What Bayesian Optimisation can teach us about baking better cookies and more

Mention “Bayesian Optimisation” to Professor Bryan Low Kian Hsiang and he begins to talk about baking cookies. That’s because to the uninitiated, concepts such as “distributed batch Gaussian process optimisation” and “decentralised high-dimensional Bayesian optimisation” can sound either downright intimidating or like pure gobbledygook.

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Trust in Robots

Trust is crucial in shaping human interactions with one another and with robots. We are currently exploring how humans develop trust in robots and how we can use predictive models of trust to enable better human-robot collaboration.

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Souping up parity games

For many years, the best algorithms mathematicians could come up with for the time required to solve parity games was exponential time. In other words, the time required is of the form of k^n , where k is a constant and n is the size of the problem. In the case of parity games, n would be the number of nodes in the graph.

“Many have tried for 20 to 30 years…and n to the square root n was the best that they could do,” says Stephan. “But it’s important that the time which you need to solve a parity game is not too big.”

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