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Pattern Analysis & Applications
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   Deep transfer learning in human-robot interaction for cognitive and physical rehabilitation purposes
Aqdus Ilyas C., Rehm M., Nasrollahi K., Madadi Y., Moeslund T., Seydi V. Pattern Analysis & Applications 25(3): 653-677, 2022.  Type: Article

Despite the huge number of publicly available images, emotion recognition for real applications suffers from a lack of relevant images. This challenge is considered here, where the task involves interpreting the facial expressions of patients with...

Oct 17 2022
  Dedicated feature descriptor for outdoor augmented reality detection
Takacs A., Toledano-Ayala M., Pedraza-Ortega J., Rivas-Araiza E. Pattern Analysis & Applications 21(2): 351-362, 2018.  Type: Article

Much interest has been devoted to augmented reality (AR) in both academic and enterprise environments, and rightly so. AR enhances interaction with real-world objects by adding computer-generated information to these objects relevant t...

Jul 19 2018
  Brain tumor classification from multi-modality MRI using wavelets and machine learning
Usman K., Rajpoot K. Pattern Analysis & Applications 20(3): 871-881, 2017.  Type: Article

Brain tumor detection poses serious challenges not only because the brain is a complex structure in itself, but also because tumors are serious and often fatal. Of course methods already exist to scan the brain, even in a state of cons...

Dec 15 2017
  Beyond social graphs: mining patterns underlying social interactions
Baldominos A., Calle J., Cuadra D. Pattern Analysis & Applications 20(1): 269-285, 2017.  Type: Article

Reliable recommendation systems are the holy grail of Internet research these days. They suggest new links to social network users. Because the attractiveness of a social network depends on the number of nodes and links composing it, t...

Jul 26 2017
   Tied factors analysis for high-dimensional image feature extraction and recognition application
Liao H., Chen Y., Dai W., Ruan R. Pattern Analysis & Applications 20(2): 587-600, 2017.  Type: Article

Face recognition is one of those unstructured tasks that the human brain excels at, but that is difficult for computers to perform. But as it becomes crucial for many modern activities, it would be a great help for us humans if we coul...

Jun 15 2017
  A new random approach for initialization of the multiple restart EM algorithm for Gaussian model-based clustering
Kwedlo W. Pattern Analysis & Applications 18(4): 757-770, 2015.  Type: Article

Initialization of Gaussian mixture model (GMM) parameters is crucial to the quality of the model because its training using the expectation-maximization (EM) algorithm is decidedly influenced by the initial values. An accepted approach...

Mar 7 2016
  Face and palmprint multimodal biometric systems using Gabor-Wigner transform as feature extraction
Saini N., Sinha A. Pattern Analysis & Applications 18(4): 921-932, 2015.  Type: Article

Biometric identification of humans has many compelling advantages, but some challenges must be overcome. Each biometric modality (face, fingerprint, iris, and so on) has some number of individuals for which it is difficult to apply or ...

Feb 9 2016
  A modified kernel clustering method with multiple factors
Zhu C., Gao D. Pattern Analysis & Applications 18(4): 871-886, 2015.  Type: Article

An optimization technique, a modified kernel clustering method, is presented in this paper, making a contribution to the improvement of the performance of kernel clustering....

Jan 6 2016
  A review of facial gender recognition
Ng C., Tay Y., Goi B. Pattern Analysis & Applications 18(4): 739-755, 2015.  Type: Article

A quite comprehensive survey of facial gender recognition methods in computer vision, this paper may even help some to feel reassured in these uncertain times....

Jan 6 2016
  Context-aware television-Internet mash-ups using logo detection and character recognition
Pal A., Chattopadhyay T., Sinha A., Prasad R. Pattern Analysis & Applications 18(1): 191-205, 2015.  Type: Article

An Internet-television mash-up application is a new concept for surfing the Internet and watching television simultaneously. This paper introduces one such system, which uses image processing techniques for logo detection and character...

Jun 10 2015
 
 
 
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