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Friedland, G., Knipping L., & Hürst W. (2008).  Automated Lecture Recording.
Desutter, R.., Evain J.. P., Friedland G., Messina A.., & Sano M.. (2011).  Automated Information Extraction in Production.
Elizalde, B. Martinez, Ravanelli M., Ni K., Borth D., & Friedland G. (2014).  Audio-Concept Features and Hidden Markov Models for Multimedia Event Detection.
Ashraf, K., Elizalde B. Martinez, Iandola F., Moskewicz M., Bernd J., Friedland G., et al. (2015).  Audio-Based Multimedia Event Detection with DNNs and Sparse Sampling. 611-614.
Elizalde, B. Martinez, Ravanelli M., & Friedland G. (2013).  Audio Concepts for Video Event Detection on User-Generated Content.
Elizalde, B. Martinez, Ravanelli M., & Friedland G. (2013).  Audio Concept Ranking for Video Event Detection on User-Generated Content.
Friedland, G., Hensley E., Schumacher J., & Jain R. (2008).  Appscio: A Software Environment for Semantic Multimedia Analysis. 456-459.
Mertens, R., Huang P-S., Gottlieb L., Friedland G., & Divakaran A. (2011).  On the Applicability of Speaker Diarization to Audio Concept Detection for Multimedia Retrieval. 446-451.
Friedland, G., & Rojas R. (2008).  Anthropocentric Video Segmentation for Lecture Webcasts. EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing. 8(2), 
Friedland, G. (2009).  Analytics for Experts. Featured paper in ACM SIGMM Records. 1,
Imseng, D., & Friedland G. (2010).  An Adaptive Initialization Method for Speaker Diarization Based on Prosodic Features. 4946-4949.
Mertens, R., Lei H., Gottlieb L., Friedland G., & Divakaran A. (2011).  Acoustic Super Models for Large Scale Video Event Detection.
Tschantz, M. Carl, Egelman S., Choi J., Weaver N., & Friedland G. (2016).  The Accuracy of the Demographic Inferences Shown on Google's Ad Settings.
Tschantz, M. Carl, Egelman S., Choi J., Weaver N., & Friedland G. (2018).  The Accuracy of the Demographic Inferences Shown on Google's Ad Settings. Proceedings of the 2018 Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society. 33-41.

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