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30 November 2009

After months of contemplating and procrastinating, I have finally decided to start my own blog!

First a little about myself: I am an Australian software engineer who has been working in the field of image processing for the past few years. Like many developers, it’s a passion as well as a job, and I enjoy spending time working on my own various hobby projects and reading and participating on websites like Slashdot, Stackoverflow and Joel on Software. I read a number of excellent software-related blogs and they have been the inspiration for me to start my own.

This blog will mainly be about things that interest me and that I read about in my spare time: software development techniques and project management; algorithms, particularly in the domain of image/signal processing and machine learning; and book reviews and technological news that interests me.  I work in research, so I’ll also discuss conferences I attend and interesting papers I’ve read or written. Currently my main development languages are C++, C#, Java, MATLAB and Perl, but this changes regularly and I always enjoy learning new languages.

I hope to update my blog at least once a month, but hopefully more if I can find the time. So feel free to drop me a line if you have any comments or feedback, and I hope you enjoy reading my blog. Watch this space!

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One Comment
  1. Dear Mr. Cordiner,

    I was wondering how your Adaboost code works for regression problems. I used the example from your manual and substituted my own data. I get results but do not understand the process. If you had time could you point me in the right direction?
    If you could my email is

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