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 titleauthorsabstracttypejournalpublished year
DetailsA Qualitative Adaptation
of Subspace Method for
Character Recognition
Shin'ichiro Omachi,
Hirotomo Aso
A new algorithm based on the subspace method for
recognizing poor-quality character images is proposed
In many cases damage caused by photocopying or
facsimile occurs accidentally It is ...
Journal PaperSystems and Computers in
Japan
2000
DetailsA Real-Time Computer
Vision System for Vehicle
Tracking
and Traffic Surveillance
Benjamin Coifman, David
Beymer, Philip McLauchlan
and Jitendra Malik
 Journal PaperTransportation Research-C 
DetailsA Real-Time Head Nod and
Shake Detector
Ashish Kapoor, Rosalind
W. Picard
Head nods and head shakes are non-verbal gestures
used often to communicate intent emotion and to
perform conversational functions We describe a
vision-based system that detects head nods and ...
Journal PaperProceedings from the
Workshop on Perceptive
User Interfaces
2001
DetailsA Riemannian Fiber
Similarity Measure and
its Application to White
Matter Fiber Clustering
A. Demir, G. UnalClustering of reconstructed brain white matter fibers
into meaningful anatomical bundles becomes an important
tool for detailed analysis of brain white matter
diseases via diffusion MRI In this ...
Technical ReportSabanci University, 20132013
DetailsA Robot Vision System for
Recognizing 3-D Objects
in Low-Order Polynomial
Time
C. H. CHEN, A. C. KAK JournalIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
SYSTEMS, MAN AND
CYBERNETICS
 
DetailsA Robust Facial Feature
Point Tracker using
Graphical Models
Serhan Cosar, Müjdat
Çetin, and Aytül Erçil
In recent years facial feature point tracking becomes
a research area that is used in human-computer interaction
(HCI) facial expression analysis etc In this
paper a statistical method for ...
Conference PaperISPA2007 - IEEE
International Symposium
on Image and Signal
Processing and Analysis
2007
DetailsA Robust PCA Algorithm
for Building
Representation from
Panoramic Images
Danijel Skocaj, Horst
Bischof and Ales
Leonardis
 JournalProc. Of ECCV 2002 
DetailsA Robust Text-Independent
Speaker Identification
Using Gaussian Mixture
Model
Kuang-Chiang Liu Report  
DetailsA Rule-Based System for
Verifying Engineering
Specifications in
Industrial Visual
Inspection Applications
DRAGUTIN PETKOVIC, ERIC
B. HINKLE
 JournalIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
PATTERN ANALYSIS AND
MACHINE INTELLIGENCE
 
DetailsA Set Theoretic Inverse
Halftoning
G. B. Unal, E. Cetin Conference PaperSPIE Visual
Communications and Image
Processing, San Jose, CA,
1999
1999
DetailsA Shape Analysis Model
with Applications to a
Character Recognition
System
Jairo Rocha and Theo
Pavlidis
A method for the recognition of multifont printed
characters is proposed giving emphasis to the identification
of structural descriptions of character shapes using
prototypes Noise and shape ...
Journal PaperIEEE Transactions on
Pattern Analysis and
Machine Intelligence
 
DetailsA Shape-Based Approach to
the Segmentation of
Medical Imagery Using
Level Sets
Andy Tsai, Anthony Yezzi,
Jr., William Wells, Clare
Tempany, Dewey Tucker,
Ayres Fan, W. Eric
Grimson, and Alan Willsky
We propose a shape-based approach to curve evolution
for the segmentation of medical images containing
known object types In particular motivated by
the work of Leventon Grimson and Faugeras ...
Journal PaperIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
MEDICAL IMAGING, VOL. 22,
NO. 2, FEBRUARY 2003
2003
DetailsA Sliding Mode Approach
to Visual Motion
Estimation
E. Dogan, B. Yilmaz, M.
Unel, A. Sabanovic
Abstract—The problem of estimating motion from
a sequence of images has been a major research theme
in machine vision for many years and remains one
of the most challenging ones In this work
Conference PaperProceedings of the 9th
International Workshop on
Advanced Motion Control
(AMC'06)
2006
DetailsA SMART CAMERA FOR
REAL-TIME HUMAN
ACTIVITY RECOGNITION
Wayne Wolf and I. Burak
Ozer
 Paperunknown 
DetailsA Sobolev-type Metric for
Polar Active Contours
M. Baust, A.J. Yezzi, G.
Unal, N. Navab
Polar object representations have proven to be a
powerful shape model for many medical as well as
other computer vision applications such as interactive
image segmentation or tracking Inspired
Conference PaperIEEE Conf. on Computer
Vision and Pattern
Recognition, CVPR 2011
2011
DetailsA Software Platform for
Genetic Algorithms based
Parameter Estimation on
Digital Sound
Synthesizers
Kamer Ali Yuksel, Batuhan
Bozkurt, Hamed Ketabdar
In this research we introduce a general-purpose
sound synthesis architecture for parameter estimation
system which is employing genetic algorithms (GA)
to search the parameter space for ...
Conference PaperSAC 20112011
DetailsA Sparse Probabilistic
Learning Algorithm for
Real-Time Tracking
Oliver Williams, Andrew
Blake, Roberto Cipolla
This paper addresses the problem of applying powerful
pattern recognition algorithms based on kernels
to efficient visual tracking Recently Avidan [1]
has shown that object recognizers using ...
 Proceedings of ICCV 2003,
353-360
 
DetailsA Sparse Signal
Reconstruction
Perspective for Source
Localization with Sensor
Arrays
Dmitry M. Malioutov,
Müjdat Çetin, and Alan
S. Willsky
We present a source localization method based upon
a sparse representation of sensor measurements with
an overcomplete basis composed of samples from the
array manifold We enforce sparsity by ...
Journal PaperIEEE Trans. Signal
Processing
2005
DetailsA Sparse Signal
Representation-based
Approach to Image
Formation and Anisotropy
Determination in
Wide-Angle Radar (in
Turkish)
Kush R. Varshney, Müjdat
Çetin, John W. Fisher
III, and Alan S. Willsky
We consider the problem of jointly forming images
and determining anisotropy from wide-angle synthetic
aperture radar (SAR) measurements Conventional
SAR image formation techniques assume ...
Conference PaperSIU2007 - IEEE Conference
on Signal Processing and
Communications
Applications, Eskisehir,
Turkey, June 2007
2007
DetailsA Sparsity-driven
Approach for Joint SAR
Imaging and Phase Error
Correction
Ozben Onhon, Müjdat
Çetin
Image formation algorithms in a variety of applications
have explicit or implicit dependence on a mathematical
model of the observation process Inaccuracies in
the observation model may cause ...
Journal PaperIEEE Trans. Image
Processing, vol. 21, no.
4, pp. 2075-2088, April
2012
2012
DetailsA Sparsity-driven
Approach for SAR Image
Formation and
Space-variant Focusing
Ozben Onhon, Müjdat
Çetin
In synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging the uncertainties
on the position of the sensing platform and on the
motion of objects in the observed scene are important
problem sources These types
Conference PaperIEEE Conference on Signal
Processing,
Communications, and their
Applications, Antalya,
Turkey, April 2011 (in
Turkish)
2011
DetailsA Stable Vision System
for Moving Vehicles
Jesse S. Jin,, Zhigang
Zhu,Guangyou Xu
    
DetailsA STATISTICAL DECISION
RULE WITH INCOMPLETE
KNOWLEDGE ABOUT CLASSES
BERNARD DUBUISSON, MYLENE
MASSON
 JournalPattern Recognition 
DetailsA statistical method for
discrimination of natural
terrain types from SAR
data
Müjdat Çetin and W.
Clem Karl
In this paper we propose a method for discrimination
of underlying textural structures from spotlight-mode
synthetic aperture radar (SAR) returns by using
a tomographic data acquisition model as
Conference PaperICIP98 - IEEE
International Conference
on Image Processing
1998
DetailsA statistical tomographic
approach to synthetic
aperture radar image
reconstruction
Müjdat Çetin and W.
Clem Karl
We formulate the spotlight-mode synthetic aperture
radar (SAR) imaging problem as a maximum a posteriori
(MAP) estimation problem Our statistical perspective
offers an alternative to standard SAR ...
Conference PaperICIP97 - IEEE
International Conference
on Image Processing
1997
DetailsA Stochastic Flow for
Feature Extraction
G. Unal, H. Krim, A.
Yezzi
 Conference PaperProceedings of the IEEE
Conf. On Acoustics,
Speech and Signal
Processing, Istanbul 2000
2000
DetailsA stochastic model of
intonation for
text-to-speech synthesis
Jean Veronis *, Philippe
Di Cristo, Fabienne
Courtois, Cedric
Chaumette
 Journal PaperSpeech Communication 26
(1998) 233±244
 
DetailsA Study of EEG Signals
Associated with Intended
Cursor Movement using
asymmetry Ratio
Kim-Han Thung, Kok-Meng
Ong, Raveendran
Paramesran
In this paper an experiment was done to investigate
the EEG signals associated with direction of cursor
movement namely ‘ up’ ‘ down’
‘ right’ and ‘ ...
PaperIEEE2004
DetailsA SURE-FIRED WAY TO
CHOOSE SMOOTHING
PARAMETERS IN
ILL-CONDITIONED INVERSE
PROBLEMS
Victor SoloWe describe a general procedure for estimation of
auxiliary finite dimensional parameters in ill-conditioned
inverse problems The method is applicable to nonlinear
problems involves no ...
Journal PaperIEEE Image Processing1996
DetailsA Survey of Construction
and Manipulation of
Octrees
HOMER H. CHEN, THOMAS S.
HUANG
 JournalCOMPUTER VISION,
GRAPHICS, AND IMAGE
PROCESSING
 
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