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 titleauthorsabstracttypejournalpublished year
DetailsA hierarchical latent
variable model for data
visualization
Christopher M. Bishop,
Michael E. Tipping
Visualisation has proven to be a powerful and widely
applicable tool for the analysis and interpretation
of multi variate data Most visualisation algorithms
aim to find a projection from the data ...
Journal PaperIEEE Transactions on
Pattern Analysis and
Machine Intelligence
 
DetailsBayesian regression and
classification
Christopher M. Bishop,
Michael E. Tipping
In recent years Bayesian methods have become widespread
in many domains including computer vision signal
processing information retrieval and genome data
analysis The availability of fast ...
ChapterAdvances in Learning
Theory: Methods, Models
and Applications
 
Detailsa grammatical approach to
mine detection
christopher raphael,
stuart geman
We demonstrate a three stage procedure for mine
detection The first phase locates plausible candidates
through a series of hypothesis tests The second
state finds the globally optimal convex set ...
Research PaperDetection and Remediation
Technologies for Mines
and Minelike Targets II,
SPIE Vol. 3079,
Proceedings of SPIE. A.C.
Dubey and R.L. Barnard,
Editors
 
DetailsPITCH DETERMINATION AND
SPEECH SEGMENTATION
USING THE DISCRETE
WAVELET TRANSFORM
Christopher Wendt and
Athina P. Petropulu
 Paper  
DetailsAnalyzing
High-Dimensional
Multispectral Data
Chulhee Lee, David A.
Landgrebe
 JournalIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE
SENSING
 
DetailsLane Following and Lane
Departure Using a
Linear-Parabolic Model
Cla┬┤udio Rosito Jung,
Christian Roberto Kelber
This paper proposes a technique for unwanted lane
departure detection Initially lane boundaries
are detected using a combination of the edge distribution
function and a modified Hough transform
Journal PaperImage and Vision
Computing
2005
Detailsoptimal quadtree
construction algorithms
clifford a. Shaffer and
hanan samet
An algorithm is presented that builds a quadtree
in time proportional to the number of blocks in
the image In particular this algorithm constructs
a linear quadtree from a raster image stored on
...
Journalcomputer vision,
graphics, and image
processing
1987
DetailsAutomatic Recognition of
Eye Blinking in
Spontaneously Occurring
Behavior
Cohn JF, Xiao J, Moriyama
T, Ambadar Z, Kanade T.
Previous research in automatic facial expression
recognition has been limited to recognition of gross
expression categories (e g joy or anger) in posed
facial behavior under well controlled ...
Conference Paper 2003
DetailsSpatio-Temporal
Graphical-Model-Based
Multiple Facial Feature
Tracking
Congyong Su, Li HuangIt is challenging to track multiple facial features
simultaneously when rich expressions are presented
on a face We propose a twostep solution In the
first step several independent condensation ...
Journal PaperEURASIP Journal on
Applied Signal Processing
2005:13,
2091&#8211;2100
2005
DetailsWhy Watermarking Is
Nonsense
Cormac Herley  IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING
MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2002
 
DetailsInterfacing the Standard
Parallel Port
Craig Peacock Manualhttp://www.senet.com.au/~
cpeacock
 
DetailsStochastic Boundary
Estimation and Object
Recognition
D. B. Cooper, H. Elliott,
F. Cohen, L. Reiss, and
P. Symosek
 JournalImage modeling 
DetailsDesigning a defect
classification system: a
case study
D. Brzakovic and N.
Vujovic
This paper describes designing and testing a vision
system for web material inspection The system incorporates
five subsystems sensing detection characterization
feature analysis and ...
JournalPattern recognition 
DetailsPlane-wave model for
electromagnetic power
absorption in biological
tissues
D. F. Soldea, D.
Razansky, and P. D.
Einziger
The phenomenon of electromagnetic power absorption
in biological tissues has recently become of increased
scientific and public interest particularly in
the areas of cellular communication and ...
Journal PaperJournal of Applied
Physics
2003
DetailsOptimization of
Plane-Wave Power
Absorption in Lossy Media
D. F. Soldea, D.
Razansky, P. D. Einziger,
and J. Mizrahi
The phenomenon of microwave power absorption has
recently become of increased scientific and public
interest particularly in the area of cellular
communication Electromagnetic power ...
Conference PaperProc. of the 2003 IEEE
International Symposium
on Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
2003
DetailsEvaluating Colour-Based
Object Recognition
Algorithms Using the
SOIL-47 Database
D. Koubaroulis, J. Matas,
J. Kittler
In this paper a new image set called the Surrey
Object Image Library (SOIL 47) is introduced on
which the performance of two colour based object
recognition methods is evaluated The data was
...
Conference PaperACCV2002: The 5th Asian
Conference on Computer
Vision
2002
DetailsBounds and estimates for
power absorption in
two-dimensional highly
lossy configurations
D. Razansky, D. F.
Soldea, and P. D.
Einziger
Electromagnetic power absorption in biological tissues
has recently received due scientific and public
attention particularly in the areas of cellular
communication and hyperthermic treatments ...
Journal PaperJournal of Applied
Physics
2004
DetailsGeneralized
Transmission-Line Model
for Estimation of
Cellular Handset Power
Absorption in Biological
Tissues
D. Razansky, D. F.
Soldea, and P. D.
Einziger
Evaluation of cellular handset power absorption
in biological tissues has recently received due
public attention Generally the solution of even
simple cellular phone human head configurations
...
Journal PaperIEEE Trans. on
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
2005
DetailsOptimization of Microwave
Power Absorption in
Biological Tissues
D. Razansky, D. F.
Soldea, and P. D.
Einziger
The phenomenon of microwave power absorption has
recently become of increased public and research
interest in various areas including such research
topics as an EM power absorption by human head ...
Conference Paper2nd WSEAS Int. Conf. on
Nanoelectronics and
ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (ICONEMC
2002)
2002
DetailsEstimates on
Electromagnetic Power
Absorption Resolution in
Highly-Lossy
Configurations
D. Razansky, D. F.
Soldea, G. Yankilevich,
and P. D. Einziger
Electromagnetic power absorption in biological tissues
has recently received due scientific and public
attention particularly in the areas of cellular
communication and hyperthermic treatments ...
Conference PaperThe 23rd IEEE Convention
of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers in
Israel
2004
Detailsimage processing with
java
D. Sage M. Unser Tutorialunknown 
DetailsShape from texture and
integrability
D.A. ForsythWe describe a shape from texture method that constructs
a maximum a posteriori estimate of surface coefficients
using both the deformation of individual texture
elements — as in local ...
Paper  
DetailsAn Analysis of Recent
Work on Clustering
Algorithms
Daniel FasuloThis paper describes four recent papers on clustering
each of which approaches the clustering problem
from a different perspective and with different
goals It analyzes the strengths and ...
Paper 1999
DetailsAn Algorithm to Estimate
Mean Traffic Speed Using
Uncalibrated Cameras
Daniel J. Dailey, F. W.
Cathey, Suree Pumrin
In this paper we present a novel approach to estimate
traffic speed using a sequence of images from an
uncalibrated camera We assert that exact calibration
is not necessary to estimate speed ...
Journal PaperIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
INTELLIGENT
TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
2000
DetailsUsing symbolic
computation to find
algebraic invariants
Daniel KerenImplicit polynomials have proved themselves as having
excellent representation power for complicated objects
and there is growing use of them in computer vision
graphics and CAD A must for ...
JournalIEEE transactions on
pattern analysis and
machine intelligence
 
Detailsdescribing complicated
objects by implicit
polynomials
daniel keren david cooper
jayashree subrahmonia
This paper introduces and focuses on two problems
First is the representation power of closed implicit
polynomials of modest degree for curves in 2 D
images and surfaces in 3 D range data Super ...
Journal PaperIEEE Transactions on
Pattern Analysis and
Machine Intelligence
 
DetailsThe Effectiveness of
Generative Attacks on an
Online Handwriting
Biometric
Daniel P. Lopresti and
Jarret D. Raim
The traditional approach to evaluating the performance
of a behavioral biometric such as handwriting or
speech is to conduct a study involving human subjects
(nave and or skilled \forgers")
   
DetailsRealtime 3D Computer
Graphics
Daniel Thalmann
Frederic Vexo
    
DetailsFundamentals of Virtual
Reality
Daniel Thalmann Presentation  
DetailsIntroduction to Virtual
Environments
Daniel Thalmann Notes  
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