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image: monachus/hugo
test:
script:
- hugo
except:
- master
pages:
script:
- hugo
artifacts:
paths:
- public
only:
- master
# Configuration of Academic
# Documentation: https://sourcethemes.com/academic/
# The URL of your website.
# End your URL with a `/` trailing slash, e.g. `https://example.com/`.
baseurl = "/"
# Title of your site
title = "Academic"
# Your copyright notice - appears in site footer.
# To display a copyright symbol, type `©`.
copyright = "© 2018"
theme = "hugo-academic"
enableEmoji = true
footnotereturnlinkcontents = "<sup>^</sup>"
ignoreFiles = ["\\.Rmd$", "\\.Rmarkdown$", "_files$", "_cache$"]
preserveTaxonomyNames = true
paginate = 10
# Enable comments by entering your Disqus shortname
disqusShortname = ""
# Enable analytics by entering your Google Analytics tracking ID
googleAnalytics = ""
# Default language to use (if you setup multilingual support)
defaultContentLanguage = "en"
defaultContentLanguageInSubdir = false
[outputs]
home = [ "HTML", "CSS", "RSS" ]
section = [ "HTML", "RSS" ]
# Configure BlackFriday Markdown rendering.
# See: https://gohugo.io/readfiles/bfconfig/
[blackfriday]
hrefTargetBlank = true # `true` opens external links in a new tab.
fractions = true # `false` disables smart fractions (e.g. 5/12 formatted as a fraction).
smartypants = true # `false` disables all smart punctuation substitutions (e.g. smart quotes, dashes, fractions).
[params]
# Color theme.
# Choose from `default`, `ocean`, `forest`, `coffee`, `dark`, or `1950s`.
color_theme = "default"
# Font style.
# Choose from `default`, `classic`, or `playfair`.
font = "default"
# Your details.
name = "Lena Smith"
role = "Professor of Artificial Intelligence"
# Organizations/Affiliations.
# Separate multiple entries with a comma, using the form: `[ {name="Org1", url=""}, {name="Org2", url=""} ]`.
organizations = [ { name = "Stanford University", url = "" } ]
gravatar = false # Get your avatar from Gravatar.com? (true/false)
avatar = "portrait.jpg" # Specify an avatar image (in `static/img/` folder) or delete value to disable avatar.
email = "test@example.org"
address = "Building 1 Room 1, Stanford University, California, 90210, USA"
office_hours = "Monday 10:00 to 13:00 or email for appointment"
phone = "888 888 88 88"
skype = "echo123"
telegram = ""
# Enable Keybase in Contact widget by entering your keybase.io username.
keybase = ""
# Discussion link (e.g. link to a forum, mailing list, or chat).
# Uncomment line below to use.
# discussion = { name = "Discuss", url = "https://discourse.gohugo.io" }
# Diplay a logo in navigation bar rather than title (optional).
# To enable, place an image in `static/img/` and reference its filename below. To disable, set the value to "".
logo = ""
# Enable/disable map in Contact widget.
# To show your address on a map in the contact widget, you need to enter your latitude, longitude and choose
# a map provider below.
# To use Google Maps, set `map = 1` and enter your API key that can be obtained here:
# https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key
# To use OpenStreetMap tiles, set `map = 2`.
# To use OpenStreetMap on a high traffic site, set `map = 3` and enter your API key that can be obtained here:
# https://www.mapbox.com/studio/account/tokens
# To get your coordinates, right-click on Google Maps and choose "What's here?". The coords will show up at the bottom.
#
# Map provider:
# 0: No map
# 1: Google Maps
# 2: OpenStreetMap (Mapnik)
# 3: OpenStreetMap (Mapbox)
map = 0
map_api_key = ""
latitude = "37.4275"
longitude = "-122.1697"
zoom = 15
# Date and time format (refer to Go's date format: http://fuckinggodateformat.com )
# Examples: "Mon, Jan 2, 2006" or "2006-01-02"
date_format = "Jan 2, 2006"
# Examples: "3:04 pm" or "15:04"
time_format = "3:04 PM"
# Show estimated reading time for posts?
reading_time = true
# Display comment count? Requires commenting to be enabled.
comment_count = true
# Display section pager for posts?
section_pager = false
# Enable global LaTeX math rendering?
# If false, you can enable it locally on a per page basis.
math = false
# Highlight.js options
# highlight
# Enable global source code highlighting? If false, you can
# override it for a particular page in that page's preamble.
#
# Example: highlight = true
#
# highlight_languages
# Add support for highlighting additional languages. Support for
# languages mentioned here will be included in all pages. You
# can also set this variable for a particular page in that
# page's preamble.
#
# Example: highlight_languages = ["go", "lisp", "ocaml"]
#
# highlight_style
# Choose a different CSS style for highlighting source
# code. Setting this option in a page's preamble has no
# effect.
#
# Example: highlight_style = "github-gist"
#
# For the list of supported languages and styles, see:
# https://cdnjs.com/libraries/highlight.js/
#
# For more info on the highlighting options, see:
# https://sourcethemes.com/academic/post/writing-markdown-latex/#highlighting-options
highlight = true
highlight_languages = []
# highlight_style = "github"
# Enable native social sharing buttons?
sharing = true
# Link custom CSS and JS assets
# (relative to /static/css and /static/js respectively)
custom_css = []
custom_js = []
# Publication types.
# Used to categorize publications.
# The index of the publication type in the list is used as its unique numerical identifier.
# The numeric ID is used in a publication's frontmatter to categorize it.
# The language can be edited below.
# For multilingual sites, `publication_types` can be copied to each language section at the end of this file and
# translated.
publication_types = [
'Uncategorized', # 0
'Conference paper', # 1
'Journal article', # 2
'Manuscript', # 3
'Report', # 4
'Book', # 5
'Book section' # 6
]
# Configuration of talk pages.
[params.talks]
# Show talk time?
time = true
# Configuration of publication pages.
[params.publications]
# Date format (refer to Go's date format: http://fuckinggodateformat.com )
# Examples: "Mon, Jan 2, 2006" or "2006-01-02"
date_format = "January, 2006"
# Configuration of project pages.
[params.projects]
# List publications and talks related to the project?
list_children = true
# Publication list format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
publication_format = 3
# Social/Academic Networking
#
# Icon pack "fa" includes the following social network icons:
#
# twitter, weibo, linkedin, github, facebook, pinterest, google-plus,
# youtube, instagram, soundcloud
#
# For email icon, use "fa" icon pack, "envelope" icon, and
# "mailto:your@email.com" as the link.
#
# Full list: https://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/
#
# Icon pack "ai" includes the following academic network icons:
#
# google-scholar, arxiv, orcid, researchgate, mendeley
#
# Full list: https://jpswalsh.github.io/academicons/
[[params.social]]
icon = "envelope"
icon_pack = "fa"
link = "mailto:test@example.org"
[[params.social]]
icon = "twitter"
icon_pack = "fa"
link = "//twitter.com/GeorgeCushen"
[[params.social]]
icon = "google-scholar"
icon_pack = "ai"
link = "https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=sIwtMXoAAAAJ"
[[params.social]]
icon = "github"
icon_pack = "fa"
link = "//github.com/gcushen"
# Navigation Links
# To link a homepage widget, specify the URL as a hash `#` followed by the filename of the
# desired widget in your `content/home/` folder.
# The weight parameter defines the order that the links will appear in.
[params.menus]
# Align the main menu to the right of the page? (true/false)
align_right = true
[[menu.main]]
name = "Home"
url = "#about"
weight = 1
[[menu.main]]
name = "Publications"
url = "#publications_selected"
weight = 2
[[menu.main]]
name = "Posts"
url = "#posts"
weight = 3
[[menu.main]]
name = "Projects"
url = "#projects"
weight = 4
[[menu.main]]
name = "Teaching"
url = "#teaching"
weight = 5
[[menu.main]]
name = "Contact"
url = "#contact"
weight = 6
# Taxonomies.
[taxonomies]
tag = "tags"
category = "categories"
publication_type = "publication_types"
# Languages
# Create a [languages.X] block for each language you want, where X is the language ID.
# Configure the English version of the website.
[Languages.en]
languageCode = "en-us"
+++
# About/Biography widget.
widget = "about"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 5
# List your academic interests.
[interests]
interests = [
"Artificial Intelligence",
"Computational Linguistics",
"Information Retrieval"
]
# List your qualifications (such as academic degrees).
[[education.courses]]
course = "PhD in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Stanford University"
year = 2012
[[education.courses]]
course = "MEng in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Massachusetts Institute of Technology"
year = 2009
[[education.courses]]
course = "BSc in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Massachusetts Institute of Technology"
year = 2008
+++
# Biography
Lena Smith is a professor of artificial intelligence at the Stanford AI Lab. Her research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter. She leads the Robotic Neurobiology group, which develops self-reconfiguring robots, systems of self-organizing robots, and mobile sensor networks.
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+++
# Contact widget.
widget = "contact"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Contact"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 70
# Automatically link email and phone?
autolink = true
+++
+++
# Hero widget.
widget = "hero"
active = true
date = 2017-10-15
title = "Academic"
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 3
# Overlay a color or image (optional).
# Deactivate an option by commenting out the line, prefixing it with `#`.
[header]
overlay_color = "#666" # An HTML color value.
overlay_img = "headers/bubbles-wide.jpg" # Image path relative to your `static/img/` folder.
overlay_filter = 0.5 # Darken the image. Value in range 0-1.
# Call to action button (optional).
# Activate the button by specifying a URL and button label below.
# Deactivate by commenting out parameters, prefixing lines with `#`.
[cta]
url = "./post/getting-started/"
label = '<i class="fa fa-download"></i> Install Now'
+++
The highly flexible website framework for Hugo with an extensible plugin mechanism. Create a beautifully simple site in under 10 minutes :rocket:
<br>
<small><a id="academic-release" href="https://sourcethemes.com/academic/tags/updates">Latest release</a></small>
<br><br>
<iframe style="display: inline-block;" src="https://ghbtns.com/github-btn.html?user=gcushen&amp;repo=hugo-academic&amp;type=star&amp;count=true&amp;size=large" scrolling="0" width="160px" height="30px" frameborder="0"></iframe>
<iframe style="display: inline-block;" src="https://ghbtns.com/github-btn.html?user=gcushen&amp;repo=hugo-academic&amp;type=fork&amp;count=true&amp;size=large" scrolling="0" width="158px" height="30px" frameborder="0"></iframe>
<script type="text/javascript">
(function defer() {
if (window.jQuery) {
jQuery(document).ready(function(){
GetLatestReleaseInfo();
});
} else {
setTimeout(function() { defer() }, 50);
}
})();
function GetLatestReleaseInfo() {
$.getJSON('https://api.github.com/repos/gcushen/hugo-academic/tags').done(function (json) {
let release = json[0];
// let downloadURL = release.zipball_url;
$('#academic-release').text('Latest release ' + release.name);
});
}
</script>
+++
# Recent Posts widget.
# This widget displays recent posts from `content/post/`.
widget = "posts"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Recent Posts"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 40
# Filter posts by tag.
# By default, show all recent posts.
# Filtering example: `tags_include = ["hugo", "academic"]`
tags_include = []
tags_exclude = []
# Number of posts to list.
count = 5
+++
+++
# Projects widget.
# This widget displays all projects from `content/project/`.
widget = "projects"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Projects"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 50
# View.
# Customize how projects are displayed.
# Legend: 0 = list, 1 = cards.
view = 1
# Filter toolbar.
# Default filter index (e.g. 0 corresponds to the first `[[filter]]` instance below).
filter_default = 0
# Add or remove as many filters (`[[filter]]` instances) as you like.
# Use "*" tag to show all projects or an existing tag prefixed with "." to filter by specific tag.
# To remove toolbar, delete/comment all instances of `[[filter]]` below.
[[filter]]
name = "All"
tag = "*"
[[filter]]
name = "Deep Learning"
tag = ".deep-learning"
[[filter]]
name = "Other"
tag = ".demo"
+++
+++
# Recent Publications widget.
# This widget displays recent publications from `content/publication/`.
widget = "publications"
active = true
date = 2016-04-20
title = "Recent Publications"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 20
# Number of publications to list.
count = 10
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
list_format = 3
# Filter by publication type.
# -1: Any
# 0: Uncategorized
# 1: Conference proceedings
# 2: Journal
# 3: Work in progress
# 4: Technical report
# 5: Book
# 6: Book chapter
publication_type = "-1"
# Exclude publications that are shown in the Selected Publications widget?
exclude_selected = false
+++
+++
# Selected Publications widget.
# This widget displays publications from `content/publication/` which have
# `selected = true` in their `+++` front matter.
widget = "publications_selected"
active = true
date = 2016-04-20
title = "Selected Publications"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 10
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
list_format = 1
# Filter by publication type.
# -1: Any
# 0: Uncategorized
# 1: Conference proceedings
# 2: Journal
# 3: Work in progress
# 4: Technical report
# 5: Book
# 6: Book chapter
publication_type = "-1"
+++
+++
# Tag Cloud widget.
widget = "tag_cloud"
active = true
date = 2017-09-20
title = "Tags"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 65
+++
+++
# Recent and Upcoming Talks widget.
widget = "talks"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Recent & Upcoming Talks"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 30
# Number of talks to list.
count = 10
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
list_format = 0
+++
+++
# Custom widget.
# An example of using the custom widget to create your own homepage section.
# To create more sections, duplicate this file and edit the values below as desired.
widget = "custom"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
# Note: a full width section format can be enabled by commenting out the `title` and `subtitle` with a `#`.
title = "Teaching"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 60
+++
This is an example of using the *custom* widget to create your own homepage section.
I am a teaching instructor for the following courses at University X:
- CS101: An intro to computer science
- CS102: An intro to computer science
- CS103: An intro to computer science
- CS104: An intro to computer science
- CS105: An intro to computer science
- CS106: An intro to computer science
- CS107: An intro to computer science
---
title: "Hello R Markdown"
author: "Frida Gomam"
date: 2015-07-23T21:13:14-05:00
categories: ["R"]
tags: ["R Markdown", "plot", "regression"]
---
```{r setup, include=FALSE}
knitr::opts_chunk$set(collapse = TRUE)
```
# R Markdown
This is an R Markdown document. Markdown is a simple formatting syntax for authoring HTML, PDF, and MS Word documents. For more details on using R Markdown see <http://rmarkdown.rstudio.com>.
You can embed an R code chunk like this:
```{r cars}
summary(cars)
fit <- lm(dist ~ speed, data = cars)
fit
```
# Including Plots
You can also embed plots. See Figure \@ref(fig:pie) for example:
```{r pie, fig.cap='A fancy pie chart.', tidy=FALSE}
par(mar = c(0, 1, 0, 1))
pie(
c(280, 60, 20),
c('Sky', 'Sunny side of pyramid', 'Shady side of pyramid'),
col = c('#0292D8', '#F7EA39', '#C4B632'),
init.angle = -50, border = NA
)
```
---
title: "Hello R Markdown"
author: "Frida Gomam"
date: 2015-07-23T21:13:14-05:00
categories: ["R"]
tags: ["R Markdown", "plot", "regression"]
---
<div id="r-markdown" class="section level1">
<h1>R Markdown</h1>
<p>This is an R Markdown document. Markdown is a simple formatting syntax for authoring HTML, PDF, and MS Word documents. For more details on using R Markdown see <a href="http://rmarkdown.rstudio.com" class="uri">http://rmarkdown.rstudio.com</a>.</p>
<p>You can embed an R code chunk like this:</p>
<pre class="r"><code>summary(cars)
## speed dist
## Min. : 4.0 Min. : 2.00
## 1st Qu.:12.0 1st Qu.: 26.00
## Median :15.0 Median : 36.00
## Mean :15.4 Mean : 42.98
## 3rd Qu.:19.0 3rd Qu.: 56.00
## Max. :25.0 Max. :120.00
fit &lt;- lm(dist ~ speed, data = cars)
fit
##
## Call:
## lm(formula = dist ~ speed, data = cars)
##
## Coefficients:
## (Intercept) speed
## -17.579 3.932</code></pre>
</div>
<div id="including-plots" class="section level1">
<h1>Including Plots</h1>
<p>You can also embed plots. See Figure <a href="#fig:pie">1</a> for example:</p>
<pre class="r"><code>par(mar = c(0, 1, 0, 1))
pie(
c(280, 60, 20),
c(&#39;Sky&#39;, &#39;Sunny side of pyramid&#39;, &#39;Shady side of pyramid&#39;),
col = c(&#39;#0292D8&#39;, &#39;#F7EA39&#39;, &#39;#C4B632&#39;),
init.angle = -50, border = NA
)</code></pre>
<div class="figure"><span id="fig:pie"></span>
<img src="/post/2015-07-23-r-rmarkdown_files/figure-html/pie-1.png" alt="A fancy pie chart." width="672" />
<p class="caption">
Figure 1: A fancy pie chart.
</p>
</div>
</div>
+++
title = "Posts"
date = 2017-01-01
math = false
highlight = false
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
+++
+++
date = 2016-04-10
# lastmod = 2017-09-03
draft = false
tags = ["academic", "hugo"]
title = "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)"
summary = """Troubleshoot common issues."""
+++
Common questions and answers will be listed here.
**I cloned/downloaded Academic but Hugo produces errors when using it with my existing Hugo site**
Academic is a website *framework* rather than just a *theme*. Therefore, you must follow the full installation guide found on the Demo/Documentation website or in the Github Readme. If you still have problems, first try running Hugo on the Academic Example Site found in the `themes/academic/exampleSite` folder and then compare the configuration parameters in the Example Site's `config.toml` and content files with the files in your existing site.
**Hosting your site with Netlify or Cloudflare and experience strange behavior such as filters not working?**
Disable post-processing steps such as *minification* in your Netlify/Cloudflare admin panel.
**Publications and other content are not sorted by newest first**
Hugo/TOML require that the value for the `date` field should be in [TOML format](https://github.com/toml-lang/toml#local-date-time), as per frontmatter of the `content/publication/` files in the example site. If you want to use a partial date, such as year, you should still complete a full date to make a valid TOML date format.
**Issue parsing LaTeX in publication abstract**
Let's consider the following LaTeX which fails to parse correctly:
abstract = "${O(d_{\max})}$"
This is a side effect of Academic and Hugo attempting to parse TOML, Markdown and LaTeX content in the abstract. The solution is to:
- escape each LaTeX backslash (`\`) with an extra backslash, yielding `\\`
- escape each LaTeX underscore (`_`) with two backslashes, yielding `\\_`.
Hence, editing the above example, we get:
abstract = "${O(d\\_{\\max})}$"
**Cannot achieve line break in multiline equation (LaTeX/Mathjax)**
`\\` usually achieves a line break in a multiline LaTeX/Mathjax equation, but due to Hugo's Markdown parser it doesn't.
Solution: use 6 backslashes for a line break, for example:
```
$$\begin{eqnarray}
y &=& 1+1 \\\\\\
&=& 2
\end{eqnarray}$$
```
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date = 2014-03-10
draft = false
tags = ["jekyll"]
title = "Migrate from Jekyll to Hugo"
summary = """
Learn how to migrate an existing website from Jekyll to Hugo.
"""
math = false
+++
Here are a few tips for migrating an existing website from Jekyll to Hugo. These tips can be applied in conjunction with following Hugo Academic's [getting started guide]({{< ref "post/getting-started.md" >}}).
## Move static content to `static`
Jekyll has a rule that any directory not starting with `_` will be copied as-is to the `_site` output. Hugo keeps all static content under `static`. You should therefore move it all there.
With Jekyll, something that looked like
▾ <root>/
▾ images/
logo.png
should become
▾ <root>/
▾ static/
▾ images/
logo.png
Additionally, you'll want any files that should reside at the root (such as `CNAME`) to be moved to `static`.
## Fix content
Depending on the amount of customization that was done for each post in Jekyll, this step will require more or less effort. There are no hard and fast rules here except that `hugo server --watch` and the Hugo Academic example site are your friends. Test your changes and fix errors as needed.
## Publish
The default is for Jekyll to publish the website to a `_site` directory, whereas Hugo publishes to a `public` directory.
## A practical example
Alexandre Normand migrated his website from Jekyll to Hugo in less than a day. You can see all his changes by looking at this GitHub [diff](https://github.com/alexandre-normand/alexandre-normand/compare/869d69435bd2665c3fbf5b5c78d4c22759d7613a...b7f6605b1265e83b4b81495423294208cc74d610). However, bear in mind that this example is **not specific to the Academic theme nor does it use the latest version of Hugo**.
+++
date = 2016-04-19
draft = false
tags = ["academic", "hugo"]
title = "Customizing the homepage with widgets"
math = false
summary = """
Enable/disable and configure widgets to customize your homepage.
"""
+++
Homepage widgets display as sections on the homepage. They can be enabled/disabled and configured as desired. Academic has the following widgets available to use:
- About/biography
- Selected publications
- Recent publications
- Recent news/blog posts
- Projects
- Selected talks
- Recent talks
- Contact
- Tag cloud
- Hero (introduction)
- Custom widget (demonstrated with the *teaching* example)
The example site that you copied to create your site uses all the different types of widget (except talks), so you can generally just delete the widgets you don't need and customize the parameters of the widgets you wish to keep.
The parameters for each widget vary. They can be found in the preamble/frontmatter (between the pair of `+++`) for each widget installed in the `content/home/` folder.
{{% alert note %}}
By default, publications will be displayed in a simple list. If you prefer a more detailed list with abstract and image, you can enable the detailed publication list on the homepage by setting `list_format = 2` in `content/home/publications.md`.
{{% /alert %}}
## Add a widget to the homepage
To add a widget manually, copy the relevant widget from `themes/academic/exampleSite/content/home/` to your `content/home/` folder.
Widget identifiers are set to their respective filenames, so a `content/home/about.md` widget can be linked from the navigation bar by setting the relevant URL as `"#about"` in `config.toml`.
This means that if you want to use multiple instances of a widget, each widget will be assigned a unique ID based on the filename that you set. You can then use that ID for linking, like in the above example.
## Using the custom widget
You can use the custom widget to create your own home page sections.
Simply duplicate (copy/paste) and rename the example *teaching* file at `content/home/teaching.md`. Then edit the section title, weight (refer to *Ordering sections* below), and content as desired.
You may also wish to add a navigation link to the top of the page that points to the new section. This can be achieved by adding something similar to the following lines to your `config.toml`, where the URL will consist of the first title word in lowercase:
[[menu.main]]
name = "Research"
url = "#research"
weight = 10
## Remove a widget from the homepage
If you do not require a particular widget, you can simply delete any associated files from the `content/home/` folder.
To remove a navigation link from the top of the page, remove the associated `[[menu.main]]` entry in `config.toml`.
## Ordering widgets
The order that the homepage widgets are displayed in is defined by the `weight` parameter in each of the files in the `content/home/` directory. The widgets are displayed in ascending order of their `weight`, so you can simply edit the `weight` parameters as desired.
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# Date this page was created.
date = "2016-04-27"
# Project title.
title = "Deep Learning"
# Project summary to display on homepage.
summary = "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit."
# Optional image to display on homepage (relative to `static/img/` folder).
image_preview = "bubbles.jpg"
# Tags: can be used for filtering projects.
# Example: `tags = ["machine-learning", "deep-learning"]`
tags = ["deep-learning"]
# Optional external URL for project (replaces project detail page).
external_link = ""
# Does the project detail page use math formatting?
math = false
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = "headers/bubbles-wide.jpg"
caption = "My caption :smile:"
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Suspendisse a tincidunt lacus. Curabitur at urna sagittis, dictum ante sit amet, euismod magna. Sed rutrum massa id tortor commodo, vitae elementum turpis tempus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean purus turpis, venenatis a ullamcorper nec, tincidunt et massa. Integer posuere quam rutrum arcu vehicula imperdiet. Mauris ullamcorper quam vitae purus congue, quis euismod magna eleifend. Vestibulum semper vel augue eget tincidunt. Fusce eget justo sodales, dapibus odio eu, ultrices lorem. Duis condimentum lorem id eros commodo, in facilisis mauris scelerisque. Morbi sed auctor leo. Nullam volutpat a lacus quis pharetra. Nulla congue rutrum magna a ornare.
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# Date this page was created.
date = "2016-04-27"
# Project title.
title = "External Project"
# Project summary to display on homepage.
summary = "An example of linking directly to an external project website using `external_link`."
# Optional image to display on homepage (relative to `static/img/` folder).
image_preview = "boards.jpg"
# Tags: can be used for filtering projects.
# Example: `tags = ["machine-learning", "deep-learning"]`
tags = ["demo"]
# Optional external URL for project (replaces project detail page).
external_link = "http://example.org"
# Does the project detail page use math formatting?
math = false
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title = "Publications"
date = "2017-01-01T00:00:00Z"
math = false
highlight = false
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
list_format = 3
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
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title = "Mobile visual clothing search"
date = "2013-07-01"
# Authors. Comma separated list, e.g. `["Bob Smith", "David Jones"]`.
authors = ["GA Cushen", "MS Nixon"]
# Publication type.
# Legend:
# 0 = Uncategorized
# 1 = Conference proceedings
# 2 = Journal
# 3 = Work in progress
# 4 = Technical report
# 5 = Book
# 6 = Book chapter
publication_types = ["1"]
# Publication name and optional abbreviated version.
publication = "In *International Conference on Multimedia and Expo Workshops (ICMEW)*, IEEE."
publication_short = "In *ICMEW*"
# Abstract and optional shortened version.
abstract = "We present a mobile visual clothing search system whereby a smart phone user can either choose a social networking photo or take a new photo of a person wearing clothing of interest and search for similar clothing in a retail database. From the query image, the person is detected, clothing is segmented, and clothing features are extracted and quantized. The information is sent from the phone client to a server, where the feature vector of the query image is used to retrieve similar clothing products from online databases. The phone's GPS location is used to re-rank results by retail store location. State of the art work focuses primarily on the recognition of a diverse range of clothing offline and pays little attention to practical applications. Evaluated on a challenging dataset, the system is relatively fast and achieves promising results."
abstract_short = "A mobile visual clothing search system is presented whereby a smart phone user can either choose a social networking image or capture a new photo of a person wearing clothing of interest and search for similar clothing in a large cloud-based ecommerce database. The phone's GPS location is used to re-rank results by retail store location, to inform the user of local stores where similar clothing items can be tried on."
# Featured image thumbnail (optional)
image_preview = ""
# Is this a selected publication? (true/false)
selected = true
# Projects (optional).
# Associate this publication with one or more of your projects.
# Simply enter the filename (excluding '.md') of your project file in `content/project/`.
projects = ["example-external-project"]
# Links (optional).
url_pdf = "http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/352095/1/Cushen-IMV2013.pdf"
url_preprint = "http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/352095/1/Cushen-IMV2013.pdf"
url_code = "#"
url_dataset = "#"
url_project = "#"
url_slides = "#"
url_video = "#"
url_poster = "#"
url_source = "#"
# Custom links (optional).
# Uncomment line below to enable. For multiple links, use the form `[{...}, {...}, {...}]`.
url_custom = [{name = "Custom Link", url = "http://example.org"}]
# Does the content use math formatting?
math = true
# Does the content use source code highlighting?
highlight = true
# Featured image
# Place your image in the `static/img/` folder and reference its filename below, e.g. `image = "example.jpg"`.
[header]
image = "headers/bubbles-wide.jpg"
caption = "My caption :smile:"
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More detail can easily be written here using *Markdown* and $\rm \LaTeX$ math code.
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title = "A Person Re-Identification System For Mobile Devices"
date = "2015-09-01"
# Authors. Comma separated list, e.g. `["Bob Smith", "David Jones"]`.
authors = ["GA Cushen"]
# Publication type.
# Legend:
# 0 = Uncategorized
# 1 = Conference proceedings
# 2 = Journal
# 3 = Work in progress
# 4 = Technical report
# 5 = Book
# 6 = Book chapter
publication_types = ["2"]
# Publication name and optional abbreviated version.
publication = "In *Signal Image Technology & Internet Systems (SITIS)*, IEEE."
publication_short = "In *SITIS*"
# Abstract and optional shortened version.
abstract = "Person re-identification is a critical security task for recognizing a person across spatially disjoint sensors. Previous work can be computationally intensive and is mainly based on low-level cues extracted from RGB data and implemented on a PC for a fixed sensor network (such as traditional CCTV). We present a practical and efficient framework for mobile devices (such as smart phones and robots) where high-level semantic soft biometrics are extracted from RGB and depth data. By combining these cues, our approach attempts to provide robustness to noise, illumination, and minor variations in clothing. This mobile approach may be particularly useful for the identification of persons in areas ill-served by fixed sensors or for tasks where the sensor position and direction need to dynamically adapt to a target. Results on the BIWI dataset are preliminary but encouraging. Further evaluation and demonstration of the system will be available on our website."
abstract_short = ""
# Featured image thumbnail (optional)
image_preview = ""
# Is this a selected publication? (true/false)
selected = false
# Projects (optional).
# Associate this publication with one or more of your projects.
# Simply enter the filename (excluding '.md') of your project file in `content/project/`.
projects = ["deep-learning"]
# Links (optional).
url_pdf = "http://arxiv.org/pdf/1512.04133v1"
url_preprint = ""
url_code = ""
url_dataset = ""
url_project = ""
url_slides = ""
url_video = ""
url_poster = ""
url_source = ""
# Does the content use math formatting?
math = true
# Does the content use source code highlighting?
highlight = true
# Featured image
# Place your image in the `static/img/` folder and reference its filename below, e.g. `image = "example.jpg"`.
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
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More detail can easily be written here using *Markdown* and $\rm \LaTeX$ math code.
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title = "Content tagged as 'Academic'"
date = "2017-01-01T00:00:00"
math = false
highlight = false
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = "headers/bubbles-wide.jpg"
caption = ""
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Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as *academic*.
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title = "Recent & Upcoming Talks"
date = "2017-01-01T00:00:00Z"
math = false
highlight = false
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
list_format = 0
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
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date = 2017-01-01T00:00:00 # Schedule page publish date.
title = "Example Talk"
time_start = 2030-06-01T13:00:00
time_end = 2030-06-01T15:00:00
abstract = ""
abstract_short = ""
event = "Academic Theme Conference"
event_url = "https://example.org"
location = "London, United Kingdom"
# Is this a selected talk? (true/false)
selected = false
# Projects (optional).
# Associate this talk with one or more of your projects.
# Simply enter the filename (excluding '.md') of your project file in `content/project/`.
projects = ["deep-learning"]
# Links (optional).
url_pdf = ""
url_slides = ""
url_video = ""
url_code = ""
# Does the content use math formatting?
math = true
# Does the content use source code highlighting?
highlight = true
# Featured image
# Place your image in the `static/img/` folder and reference its filename below, e.g. `image = "example.jpg"`.
[header]
image = "headers/bubbles-wide.jpg"
caption = "My caption :smile:"
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