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Silvano Di Zenzo

Silvano Di Zenzo serves as research consultant, mostly teaching courses on algorithms/complexity to developers. He has been appointed Consultant Professor at the Rome University Department of Computer Science in 1995. He has been a Staff Member and a Director of Research at IBM from 1980 to 1994.

Silvano Di Zenzo is the author of various algorithms that are now standard in commercial systems of voice and image recognition. In 1986 he used tensor calculus in the study of color images, and developed the algorithm known as “DiZenzo’s gradient,” now used for space monitoring [1].
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