The Artificial Perception Laboratory, a part of the Centre for Intelligent Machines, conducts research activities mainly in topics related to computer vision: data acquisition, image segmentation, view correspondence, model fitting, autonomous exploration of scenes, etc. While based on solid scientific theory, most of the research is heavily tested to prove its practical soundness.
Over the years, the Laboratory has accumulated considerable expertise in the processing and analysis of range images, and developed several specialized software applications. Due to its continuous interaction with world class educational institutions and industries, the Laboratory is on the cutting edge of its field.
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My current internet provider here in Montreal provides native IPv6 support, and has for a few years. As I use pfSense as a router instead of the one provided by them, though, I needed to set it up myself. This is a guide on how to do it if you are with Ebox.ca or another …
In a previous post I talked about mounting SMB shares via fstab. There, you had to specify the password when you mount the share. If you don’t want to do that, you can put your password in a file. First, modify /etc/fstab to have a line for your mounted folder: //apl/home /MyFolder cifs rw,user,credentials=~/.smb_cred,noauto,vers=3.0 0 …
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