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 titleauthorsabstracttypejournalpublished year
DetailsVariational Guidewire
Tracking Using Phase
Congruency
Greg Slabaugh, Koon Kong,
Gozde Unal, Tong Fang
We present a novel method to track a guidewire in
cardiac x ray video Using variational calculus
we derive differential equations that deform a
spline subject to intrinsic and extrinsic forces
Conference PaperInternational Conference
on Medical Image
Computing and Computer
Assisted Intervention
(MICCAI), 2007
2007
DetailsVariational Approaches on
Discontinuity
Localization and Field
Estimation in Sea Surface
Temperature and Soil
Moisture Interpolations
Walter Sun, Müjdat
Çetin, W. Carlisle
Thacker, T. Mike Chin,
and Alan S. Willsky
Some applications in remote sensing require esti
mating a field containing a discontinuity whose
exact location is a priori unknown Such fields
of interest include sea surface temperature in ...
Journal PaperIEEE Trans. Geoscience
and Remote Sensing
2006
DetailsVariation Image
Inpainting
Tony F. Chan, Jianhong
Shen
 Paper  
DetailsUtilizing Moment
Invariants and Gröbner
Bases to Reason About
Shapes
Haim Schweitzer, Janell
Straach
 Internet Resource  
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
 
DetailsUsing Semantic Analysis
to Improve Speech
Recognition Performance
Erdogan, H., Sarikaya,
R., Chen, S. F., Gao, Y.,
Picheny, M.
Although syntactic structure has been used in recent
work in language modeling there has not been much
effort in using semantic analysis for language models
In this study we propose three new ...
Journal PaperComputer Speech and
Language
2005
Detailsusing polygons to
recognize and locate
partially occluded
objects
mark w. Koch, rangasami
l. Kashyap
 JournalIEEE transactions on
pattern analysis and
machine intelligence
 
DetailsUsing Photometric
Invariants for 3D Object
recognition
Kenji Nagao, W. Eric L.
Grimson
In this paper we describe a new efficient algorithm
for recognizing 3D objects by combining photometric
and geometric invariants We derive some photometric
properties that are invariant to the ...
JournalComputer vision and image
understanding
 
DetailsUsing perceptual relation
of Regularity and
Anisotropy in the Texture
with Independent
Components for Defect
Detection
O. G. Sezer, A. Erçil
and A. Ertüzün
This paper addresses the raw textile defect detection
problem using independent components approach with
insights from human vision system Human vision
system is known to have specialized ...
Journal PaperPattern Recognition2007
DetailsUsing local temporal
features of bounding
boxes for walking/running
classification
Berkay Topcu, Hakan
Erdogan
For intelligent surveillance one of the major tasks
to achieve is to recognize activities present in
the scene of interest Human subjects are the most
important elements in a surveillance system
Conference PaperICASSP - IEEE
International Conference
on Acoustics, Speech, and
Signal Processing
2008
DetailsUsing Image Morphing for
Memory-Efficient Impostor
Rendering on GPU
Kamer Ali Yuksel, Aytul
Ercil, Alp Yucebilgin,
Selim Balcisoy
Real time rendering of large animated crowds consisting
thousands of virtual humans is important for several
applications including simulations games and interactive
walkthroughs but cannot be ...
Conference PaperCW2011 - International
Conference on Cyberworlds
(Cyberworlds) 2011
2011
DetailsUsing geometric
properties for
correspondence-less image
alignment
Venu Govindu, Chandra
Shekhar, Rama Chelappa
We describe a framework for image alignment that
does not use explicit feature correspondences We
show how certain geometric properties of image contours
are related to the parameters of the ...
Conference PaperFourteenth International
Conference on Pattern
Recognition, 1998
 
Detailsusing dynamic programming
for solving variational
problems in vision
amir a. Amini, terry e.
Weymouth, ramesh c. Jain
Variational approaches have been proposed for solving
many inverse problems in early vision such as in
the computation of optical flow shape from shading
and energy minimizing active contour ...
JournalIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
PATTERN ANALYSIS AND
MACHINE INTELLIGENCE
 
DetailsUse of the Zero-Norm with
Linear Models and Kernel
Methods
Jason Weston, André
Elisseeff, Bernhard
Schölkopf, Mike Tipping
We explore the use of the so called zero norm of
the parameters of linear models in learning Minimization
of such a quantity has many uses in a machine learning
context for variable or feature ...
Journal PaperJournal of Machine
Learning Research
 
DetailsUse of a'scape and fusion
algorithms for the
detection of concealed
weapons
mohamed adel slamani,
pramod k. Varshney, mark
g. Alfrod, david ferris
 Conference PaperProceedings of the 8th
International Conference
on Signal Processing
Applications and
Technology (ICSPAT'97),
San Diego Convention
Center, San Diego, CA,
September 14-17, 1997
 
DetailsUpper Facial Action Unit
Recognition
Cemre Zor, Terry WindeattThis paper concentrates on the comparisons of systems
that are used for the recognition of expressions
generated by six upper face action units (AUs) by
using Facial Action Coding System (FACS) ...
Conference PaperICB09 - International
Conference on Biometrics
2009
2009
DetailsUnsupervised Learning of
Human Motion
Yang Song,Luis
Goncalves,Pietro Perona
 JournalIEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
PATTERN ANALYSIS AND
MACHINE INTELLIGENCE,
VOL. 25, NO. 7, JULY 2003
 
DetailsUnifying Probabilistic
and Variational
Estimation
A.B. Hamza, H. Krim, G.
Unal
A maximum a posteriori (MAP) estimator using a Markov
or a maximum entropy random field model for a prior
distribution may be viewed as a minimizer of a variational
problem Using notions from ...
Journal PaperIEEE Signal Processing
Magazine, September 2002
2002
DetailsUnexpected small sample
properties of the linear
perceptrons
Sarunas RaudysAn analytical expression for the generalization
error of a zero empirical error classifier is derived
It shown that small training set behavior of the
linear perceptron essentially differs from ...
Conference PaperProc. of the First
International Conference
Neural Networks and their
Applications, 1994
 
DetailsUltrasound-Specific
Segmentation via
Decorrelation and
Statistical Region-Based
Active Contours
Greg Slabaugh, Gozde
Unal, Tong Fang, Michael
Wels|
Segmentation of ultrasound images is often a very
challenging task due to speckle noise that contaminates
the image It is well known that speckle noise exhibits
an asymmetric distribution as well
Conference PaperThe International
Conference on Computer
Vision and Pattern
Recognition (CVPR), Vol.
1, 2006, pp. 45 - 53
2006
DetailsÜç Katmanli Süzgeç
Öbekleri ile Plaka
Çikarma Islemi (in
Turkish)
Serkan Demir, Hamit
Henrik Eryılmaz , Aytül
Erçil
 Conference PaperProceedings of SIU 20042004
DetailsÜç Boyutlu Nesne
Tanıma İçin Örtük
Çokterimlilerin Yeni
Cebirsel
Değişmezlerinin
Kullanımı (in Turkish)
Burak Borhan, Aytül
Erçil
 Conference PaperProceedings of SIU 20042004
DetailsÜÇ BOYUTLU M-BANTLI
DALGACIK DÖNÜSÜMÜ ILE
TRAFIK TIKANIKLIGININ
BELIRLENMESI
Tolga Kurt, Emin Anarim PaperSIU'2002 
Detailstwo soft relatives of
learning vector
quantization
james c. Bezdek and
nikhil r. Pal
Learning vector quantization often requires extensive
experimentation with the learning rate distribution
and update neighborhood used during iteration towards
good prototypes A single winner ...
Journalneural networks 
DetailsTwo Methods of Gesture
Recognition
Alexander Gruenstein Paper  
DetailsTurn-Based Language
Modeling for Spoken
Dialog Systems
R. Sarikaya, Y. Gao, H.
Erdogan, M. Picheny
In this paper we propose a turn based language
modeling (TurnLM) technique for spoken dialog systems
This technique utilizes the time dependent nature
of a dialog state based language modeling ...
Conference PaperICASSP 20022002
DetailsTurkish handwritten text
recognition: A Case of
Agglutinative Languages
Berrin Yanikoglu, Alisher
Kholmatov
We describe a system for recognizing unconstrained
Turkish handwritten text Turkish has agglutinative
morphology and theoretically an infinite number
of words that can be generated by adding more ...
Conference PaperProceedings of SPIE 20032003
DetailsTürkçe’de Duygu
Çözümlemesi
H. Mesut Meral, Hazim K.
Ekenel, A. Sumru Özsoy
 Announcement  
DetailsTürkçe Ses Sentezi
için Ezgi Çözümlemesi
Hazim K. Ekenel , Levent
M. Arslan , A. Sumru
Özsoy
 Paper  
DetailsTumor-Cut: Segmentation
of Brain Tumors on
Contrast Enhanced MR
Images for Radiosurgery
Applications
Andac Hamamci, Nadir
Kucuk, Kutlay Karaman,
Kayihan Engin, Gozde Unal
In this paper we present a fast and robust practical
tool for segmentation of solid tumors with minimal
user interaction to assist clinicians and researchers
in radiosurgery planning and ...
Journal PaperIEEE Transaction on
Medical Imaging, Vol. 31,
No. 3, March 2012
2012
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