TANG Ming, Prof., Ph.D Superadvisor, National Lab of Pattern Recognition, Institute of Automation
Telephone: 010-82544692 
Address: #1404 Intelligence Building, #95 ZhongGuanCun DongLu
Postcode: 100190

Research Areas

Computer vision, pattern recogntion


Ph.D, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2002.09.01.


Work Experience
National Lab of Pattern Recognition, 1987.08 - Present.


(1) Pixel-wise Deep Sequence Learning for Moving Object Detection, IEEE T-CSVT, 2017.

(2) Progressive Cognitive Human Parsing, AAAI, 2017.

(3) Fast Deep Matting for Portrait Animation on Mobile Phone, ACM MM, 2017.

(4) Two-Stream Deep Correlation Network for Frontal Face Recovery, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2017.

(5) Joint Background Recostruction and Foreground Segmentation via a Two-stage CNN, Proceedings of ICME, 2017.

(6) Hierarchical and Networked Vehicle Surveillance in ITS : A Survey, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 2015.
(7) Vehicle Detection Grammars with Partial Occlusion Handling for Traffic Surveillance, Transportation Research Part C, 2015.
(8) Multi-kernel Correlation Filter for Visual Tracking, Procedings of ICCV, 2015.
(9) Robust Visual Tracking via Augmented Kernel SVM, Image and Vision Computing, 2014.
(10) Tracking via Robust Multi-task Sparse Representation, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2014.
(11) Robust Tracking with Discriminative Ranking Lists, IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 2012.
(12) Robust Tracking via Weakly Supervised Ranking SVM, Procedings of CVPR, 2012.
(13) Boosting Relative Spaces for Categorizing Objects, Procedings of ACM MM, 2008.
(14) Accelerated Convergence Using Dynamic Mean Shift, Procedings of ECCV, 2006.
(15) Applying Neighborhood Consistency for Fast Clustering and Kernel Density Estimation, Procedings of CVPR, 2005.
(16) A New Robust Circular Gabor Based Object Matching by Using Weighted Hausdorff Distance, Pattern Recognition Letters, 2004.
(17) General Scheme of Region Competition Based on Scale Space, IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 2001.
(18) Model-based Adaptive Enhancement of Far Infrared Image Sequences, Pattern Recognition Letters, 2000.

Research Interests

Object detection, tracking, and recognition, pattern recognition.