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We study the optimal control problem of the maximum a posteriori (MAP) state sequence detection of an adversary using smart meter data. The privacy leakage is measured using the Bayesian risk and the privacy-enhancing control is achieved in real-time using an energy storage system. The control strategy is designed to minimize the expected performance of a non-causal adversary at each time instant. With a discrete-state Markov model, we study two detection problems: when the adversary is unaware or aware of the control.


Tele-wide camera system with different Field of View (FoV) lenses becomes very popular in recent mobile devices. Usually it is difficult to obtain full-FoV depth based on traditional stereo-matching methods. Pure Deep Neural Network (DNN) based depth estimation methods can obtain full-FoV depth, but have low robustness for scenarios which are not covered by training dataset.


Time-lapse of user captured video becomes popular in many applications recently, non-uniform sampling and digital video stabilization (VS) are usually two independent steps to keep meaningful contents and provide stabilized output. However, non-uniform sampling may produce large sampling interval and then result in larger motion, this would beyond the stabilization ability of VS and produce unpleasant output.


Performing driving behaviors based on causal reasoning is essential to ensure driving safety. In this work, we investigated how state-of-the-art 3D Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) perform on classifying driving behaviors based on causal reasoning. We proposed a perturbation-based visual explanation method to inspect the models' performance visually. By examining the video attention saliency, we found that existing models could not precisely capture the causes (e.g., traffic light) of the specific action (e.g., stopping).


The signatures of swallowing vary depending on the volume of bolus swallowed. Among existing instrumental methods, cervical auscultation (CA) captures the acoustic signatures of the swallow sound. Although many features present in the literature can characterize volumes of swallow using CA, they require manual annotations of the different components in the sound.