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Scientific computing for Java and Android.


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César de Souza
Engineer Xerox Research Center Europe
Brazil Brazil
Computer and technology enthusiast, interested in artificial intelligence and image processing. Has a Master's degree on Computer Science specialized on Image and Signal Processing, with expertise on Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Data Mining systems. Author of the Accord.NET Framework for developing scientific computing applications.
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Diego Catalano
Software Developer Tbit
Brazil Brazil
Just a undergraduate student (In progress). I'm very interested in image processing and security especially steganography. In my free time I like to work out, run and to cook.

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