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 titleauthorsabstracttypejournalpublished year
DetailsA Watershed and Active
Contours Based Method for
Dendritic Spine
Segmentation in 2-Photon
Microscopy Images
Ertunç Erdil, A. Özgür
Argunsah, Devrim Ünay,
Müjdat Çetin
Analysing morphological and volumetric properties
of dendritic spines from 2-photon microscopy images
has been of interest to neuroscientists in recent
years Developing robust and reliable tools
Conference PaperSIU 20132013
DetailsA Web Service Platform
for Web-Accessible
Archaeological Databases
Ediz Şaykol, Yücel
Saygın, Aytül Erçil,
Andrew Willis, David
Cooper, Martha S.
Joukowski
Cultural heritage has been gaining more importance
in the recent years in combination with sophisticated
yet effective computer vision techniques As a consequence
archaeological data both in ...
Journal PaperLecture Notes in Computer
Science
2005
DetailsAccelerated Monotonic
Algorithms for
Transmission Tomography
H. Erdogan and J.A,
Fessler
We present a framework for designing fast and monotonic
algorithms for transmission tomography penalizedlikelihood
image reconstruction The new algorithms are based
on paraboloidal surrogate ...
Conference PaperProc. IEEE Intl. Conf. On
Image Processing
1998
DetailsAcoustic-labial speaker
verification
P. Jourlin, J. Luettin,
D. Genoud, H. Wassner
 PaperPattern Recognition
Letters 18 1997 853-858
 
DetailsAcquiring a Radiance
Distribution to
Superimpose Virtual
Objects onto a Real Scene
Imari Sato, Yoichi Sato,
Katsui Ikeutchi
  IEEE Transactions on
Visualization and
Computer Graphics, Vol.
5, No. 1, March 1999
 
DetailsACTIVE COORDINATION OF A
CIM MULTI-DATABASE SYSTEM
Opher Etzion, Dov Dori,
Shimon Y. Nof
 JournalInternational Journal of
CIM
 
DetailsActive facial tracking
for fatigue detection
Haisong Gu, Qiang Ji,
Zhiwei Zhu
The vision-based driver fatigue detection is one
of the most prospective commercial applications
of facial expression recognition technology The
facial feature tracking is the primary technique
...
Conference PaperIEEE Workshop on
Applications of Computer
Vision, 2002
 
DetailsActive Polygons for
Object Tracking
G. Unal, H.Krim, A. Yezzi Conference Paper1st Int. Symp. 3D Data
Processing,
Visualization,
Transmission, Padova,
Italy, June 20021st Int.
Symp. 3D Data Processing,
Visualization,
Transmission, Padova,
Italy, June 2002
2002
DetailsActive Polyhedron:
Surface Evolution Theory
Applied to Deformable
Meshes
Greg Slabaugh, Gozde UnalThis paper presents a novel 3D deformable surface
that we call an active polyhedron Rooted in surface
evolution theory an active polyhedron is a polyhedral
surface whose vertices deform to ...
Conference PaperThe International
Conference on Computer
Vision and Pattern
Recognition (CVPR), Vol.
2, 2005, pp. 84 - 91
2005
DetailsAdapting to unknown
smoothness via wavelet
shrinkage
David donoho, Iain
Johnstone
 Paperunknown 
Detailsadaptive 3-D object
recognition from multiple
views
michael seibert, allen m.
Waxman
The authors address the problem of generating representations
of 3-D objects automatically from exploratory view
sequences of unoccluded objects In building the
models processed frames of a ...
JournalIEEE transactions on
pattern and machine
intelligence
1992
DetailsAdaptive 3D Acqusition
Using Laser Light
Christian Liska, Robert
Sablatnig
  Chezh Pattern Recognition
workshop, 2000
 
DetailsAdaptive Color Background
Modeling for Real-Time
Segmentation of Video
Streams
Alexandre R.J. François
and Gérard G. Medioni
 Conference PaperProceedings of the
International Conference
on Imaging Science,
Systems, and Technology
 
DetailsAdaptive Neurofeedback on
Parieto-Occipital Cortex
for Motor Learning
Performance
Ozan Özdenizci, Timm
Meyer, Müjdat Çetin,
Moritz Grosse-Wentrup
Numerous electroencephalogram (EEG) based Brain-Computer
Interface (BCI) systems are being used as alter-native
means of communication for locked-in patients Beyond
these BCIs are also ...
Conference PaperSIU 20152015
DetailsADAPTIVE SKIN
SEGMENTATION IN COLOR
IMAGES
Son Lam Phung, Douglas
Chai, Abdesselam
Bouzerdoum
  Proceedigns of IEEE
ICASSP 2003
 
DetailsADAPTIVE VIDEO BACKGROUND
MODELING USING COLOR AND
DEPTH
Michael Harville, Gaile
Gordon, John Woodfill
    
DetailsAdaptive, associative,
and self-organizing
functions in neural
computing
Teuvo Kohonen Journal PaperApplied Optics 
DetailsAdvanced Vehicle/Highway
Systems and Urban Traffic
Problems
John Andelin, Nancy
Carson, Edith B. Page,
Jonathan Atkin, Marsha
Fenn, Madeline Gross,
Kimberley Gilchrist
 Technical ReportNTIS order
#PB94-134731
 
DetailsAdvances in Algorithms
for Inference and
Learning in Complex
Probability Models for
Vision
Brendan J. Frey, Nebojsa
Jojic
Computer vision is currently one of the most exciting
areas of artificial intelligence research largely
because it has recently become possible to record
store and process large amounts of ...
TutorialIEEE Trans. PAMI.2002
DetailsAdvances in
classification of EEG
signals via evolving
fuzzy
C. Xydeas∗, P.
Angelov, Shih-Yang Chiao,
M. Reoullas
Two novel approaches to the problem of brain signals
(electroencephalogram (EEG)) classification are
introduced in the paper The first method is based
on a modular probabilistic network ...
Journal PaperComputers in Biology and
Medicine 36 (2006)
1064–1083
2006
DetailsAffine invariant 3L
fitting of implicit
polynomials
H.Civi, A.ErcilCombining implicit polynomials and algebraic invariants
for representing and recognizing complicated objects
proves to be a powerful technique However a basic
requirement for using implicit ...
Journal PaperPattern Recognition and
Image Analysis
2003
DetailsAffine Invariant Fitting
of Algebraic Curves Using
Fourier Descriptors
S. Sener, M. UnelBoth parametric and implicit representations are
used in a variety of computer vision applications
such as object modeling recognition and pose estimation
In this paper we present a new ...
Journal PaperPattern Analysis and
Applications
2005
DetailsAffine invariant fitting
of implicit polynomials
H. Civi and A. ErcilCombining implicit polynomials and algebraic invariants
for representing and recognizing compli- cated
objects proves to be a powerful technique However
a basic requirement for using implicit ...
Journal PaperPattern Recognition and
Image Analysis
2003
DetailsAffine invariant fitting
of implicit polynomials
Hakan Çivi, Aytül
Erçil
Combining implicit polynomials and algebraic invariants
for representing and recognizing complicated objects
proves to be a powerful technique However a basic
requirement for using implicit ...
Conference PaperProceedings of PRIA'62002
DetailsAir Drums: A Computer
Vision Based Drum
Simulator
Kaan C. Fidan, Ihsan
Kehribar, M. Tugce Sahin,
Serhan Cosar, Devrim Unay
The aim of this paper is to present a novel system
which tracks the motion of a drummer and generates
the corresponding drum sounds Only a camera some
colored markers and an everyday PC are used
Conference PaperCSW 2010 - Computer
Science Student Workshop
2010
DetailsAlgebraic Invariants of
Implicit Polynomials for
Object Recognition: A
Comparative Study
M. Yalniz and A. ErçilCombining implicit polynomials and algebraic invariants
for representing and recognizing compli- cated
objects is proven to be a powerful technique There
are several methods in the literature
Journal PaperPattern Recognition and
Image Analysis Journal
2003
DetailsAlgebreic Curves That
Work Better
Tolga Tasdizen,
Jean-Philippe Tarel,
David B.Cooper
An algebraic curve is defined as the zero set of
a polynomial in two variables Algebraic curves
are practical for modeling shapes much more complicated
than conics or superquadrics The main ...
Conference PaperIEEE Conference on
Computer Vision and
Pattern Recognition
(CVPR'99)}
1999
DetailsAlgorithms for
Implementing Stochastic
Particle Systems
Approximating Curve
Shortening Flows
G. Unal, D. Nain, G. Ben
Arous, N. Shimkin, A.
Tannenbaum, O. Zeitouni
 Conference PaperIEEE Int. Conference on
Image Processing, 2003
2003
DetailsAlgorithms for Joint
Estimation of Attenuation
and Emission Images in
PET
H Erdogan, JA FesslerIn positron emission tomography (PET) positron
emission from radiolabeled compounds yields two
high energy photons emitted in opposing directions
However often the photons are not detected due
Conference PaperProc. IEEE Conf. Acoust.
Speech Sig. Proc.
2000
DetailsAlgorithms for Stochastic
Approximations of
Curvature Flows
Gozde Unal, Delphine
Nain, Gerard Ben-Arous,
Nahum Shimkin, Allen
Tannenbaum, Ofer Zeitouni
Curvature flows have been extensively considered
from a deterministic point of view They have been
shown to be useful for a number of applications
including crystal growth flame propagation and
...
Conference PaperICIP 20012001
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