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Core facility (CF)

Short Description

This core facility is formed by the research computers of the research groups of the Department of Computer Science. It includes the various servers of the research laboratories as well as the scientific computers and equipment at the workplaces of the researchers, but not administrative computers or computers of the student labs for teaching. Special equipment is also part of the core facility, such as satellite communication equipment, measuring equipment, sensors, robotics and similar. Also included is purchased scientific software.

Contact Person

Prof. Dr. Andreas Uhl

Research Services

This infrastructure, consisting of research computers and servers as well as scientific computers and software, serves the individual research groups for cooperation and joint research activities with the various partners in the field of scientific computing, robotics, satellite communication as well as oncology and cystology, just to name a few.

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

This core facility serves the research groups of the department, which include: Data Mining, Image Data Processing, Automatic Classification of Findings in Oncology and Cystology, Scientific Computing, Computational Sciences, Robotics, Natural Computing, Computational Geometry, Satellite Communications, Avionics, Automatic Proving.

Prof. Dr. Andreas Uhl
Fachbereich Computerwissenschaften
662 8044 - 6303
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Slovak Academy of Sciences
Josef-Stefan Institute Ljubljana
University of Linz
University of Innsbruck
Private Medical University Salzburg
Salzburg state hospitals
General Hospital Vienna
Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials, University of Salzburg
Salzburg Research
Metrics for Assessing Visual Security of Image and Video Encryption Schemes
Andreas Uhl (PI)
FWF project P27776

Pervasive and UseR Focused BiomeTrics BordEr ProjeCT (PROTECT)
Andreas Uhl (PI)
EU project P_142210_07

Computer Vision Enabled Multimedia Forensics and People Identification (IDENTITY)
Andreas Uhl (PI)
EU project P_142210_06

Biometric Sensor Forensics
Andreas Uhl (PI)
FWF project P26630

Privacy-protected Video Surveillance on Scalable Bitstreams
Andreas Uhl (PI)
FFG Bridge project 832082

Endoscope Distortion Correction in (Texture Classification-based) Automated Diagnosis Support Systems
Andreas Uhl (PI)
FWF project 24366

Cloud Visualization
Martin Held (PI)
FFG project 830029

Straight Skeletons
2013 - 2016
Martin Held (PI)
FWF project P25816-N15)
Directional Wavelet based Features for Colonic Polyp Classification
Georg Wimmer, Toru Tamaki, J.J.W. Tischendorf, Michael Häfner, Shinji Tanaka, Shigeto Yoshida, Andreas Uhl
Medical Image Analysis 31, pp. 16-36

Local Fractal Dimension based approaches for Colonic Polyp Classification
Michael Häfner, Toru Tamaki, Shinji Tanaka, Andreas Uhl, Georg Wimmer, Shigeto Yoshida
Medical Image Analysis 26, pp. 92-107

A systematic evaluation of the scale invariance of texture recognition methods
Andreas Uhl, Georg Wimmer
Pattern Analysis and Applications 18, pp. 945-969, Springer London

Survey on computer aided decision support for diagnosis of celiac disease
Sebastian Hegenbart, Andreas Uhl, Andreas Vécsei
Computers in Biology and Medicine 65, pp. 348-358, Elsevier, 2015

Impact of (segmentation) quality on long vs. short-timespan assessments in iris recognition performance
Peter Wild, James Ferryman, Andreas Uhl
IET Biometrics 4(4): 227-235

Animation of Clouds Based on the Interpolation of Weather Forecast Data
R. Hufnagel, M. Held
2nd EuroVis Workshop on the Visualization in Environmental Sciences (EnvirVis '14), p. 25-29; Swansea, Wales, UK.

Computing Mitered Offset Curves Based on Straight Skeletons
P. Palfrader, M. Held
Computer-Aided Design and Applications, 12(4):414-424

A Simple Algorithm for Computing Positively Weighted Straight Skeletons of Monotone Polygons
T. Biedl, M. Held, S. Huber, D. Kaaser, P. Palfrader
Information Processing Letters, 115(2):243-247

Weighted Straight Skeletons in the Plane
T. Biedl, M. Held, S. Huber, D. Kaaser, P. Palfrader
Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, 48(2):120-133

Improved Spiral High-Speed Machining of Multiply-Connected Pockets
M. Held, C. Spielberger
Computer-Aided Design and Applications, 11(3):346--357, 2014