@TechReport{Pajdla-TR-2009-19,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 25 Feb 2010 },
  UPDATE  = { 2010-02-18 },
  author =	 {Pajdla, Tom{\'a}{\v s} and Havlena, Michal and
                  Heller, Jan and Kayser, Hendrik and Bach,
                  J{\"o}rg-Hendrik and Anem{\"u}ller, J{\"o}rn},
  title =	 {Incongruence Detection for Detecting, Removing, and
                  Repairing Incorrect Functionality in Low-Level Processing},
  institution =	 {Center for Machine Perception, K13133 FEE Czech Technical
                  University},
  address =	 {Prague, Czech Republic},
  year =	 {2009},
  month =	 {December},
  type =	 {Research Report},
  number =	 {CTU--CMP--2009--19},
  issn =	 {1213-2365},
  pages =	 {26},
  figures =	 {24},
  authorship =	 {17-17-17-17-16-16},
  psurl =	 {[Pajdla-TR-2009-19.pdf]},
  project =	 {FP6-IST-027787},
  annote =	 {The theory of incongruence, which deals with
    inconsistent decisions of direct and composite classifiers of
    the same concept, can be used to improve low-level processing by
    detecting incorrect functionality and repairing it through
    re-defining the composite classifier. In this report, we summarize
    the advancements in the direct audio and the direct audio-visual
    classifiers yielding two speaker detectors which can cause an
    incongruence. Then, we show how this incongruence could be used
    for learning a new concept, direct position consistency classifier,
    which can be used to re-define the composite speaker classifier.},
  keywords = {Theory of Incongruence, Audio-Visual Data Processing},
}