Friday, January 13, 2017
Today we met together and had a walkthrough of making a lobule classifier. Morgan made a lot of progress and is now dividing her samples between narrow and wide lobules.
Howard University is holding for a research week event and our mentor, Dr. Washington advised us to apply and present our findings. We plan on showing the results of our work and the motivation behind the project. (An ear scheme that could recognize everyone (different groups/ races)
examining different data sets (Asian ears, black ears )
The submission requires an abstract and the deadline is February 26, 2017.
We are going to set up another meeting next Wednesday to start drafting our abstract. In the mean time Dr. Washington is having Morgan and I write a few paragraphs about our work at this point so we have somewhere to start our draft. We each have a responsibility to write 200 words for next meeting.
In addition, for next meeting I have to increase my image sample size from 20 to 100 samples to improve the accuracy of the helix classifier. As well as start on creating a classifier for the Tragus. Morgan plans on finishing her wide and narrow lobule classifier.
HU Research Week February 26, 2017
Tapia scholarship is open General Tapia Scholarship Applicants: