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Hong-Ren Su, Hao-Yuan Kuo, Shang-Hong Lai, Chin-Chia Wu
In this paper, we develop a fast and accurate image alignment system which can be applied to image sequences in real time. The proposed image alignment system consists of two main components: the development of Fourier moment matching system and the implementation of the system in GPU. The Fourier moment matching is to efficiently find […]
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Jakub Rosner, Hannes Fassold, Peter Schallauer, Werner Bailer
Frame interpolation (the insertion of artificially generated images in a film sequence) is often used in post production to change the temporal duration of a sequence, e.g. to achieve a slow-motion effect. Most frame interpolation algorithms first calculate the motion field between two neighboring images and scale it appropriately. Afterwards, the images are warped (mapped) […]
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Richard A. Newcombe, Steven J. Lovegrove, Andrew J. Davison
DTAM is a system for real-time camera tracking and reconstruction which relies not on feature extraction but dense, every pixel methods. As a single hand-held RGB camera flies over a static scene, we estimate detailed textured depth maps at selected keyframes to produce a surface patchwork with millions of vertices. We use the hundreds of […]
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C.T. Metz, M. Schaap, S. Klein, A.C. Weustink, N.R. Mollet, C. Schultz, R.J. van Geuns, P.W. Serruys, T. van Walsum, W.J. Niessen
This paper presents a 2-D/3-D registration method for the alignment of cardiac X-ray images to ECG gated CTA data of the coronary arteries. The purpose of our work is to provide visualization of instruments in relation to pre-operative CTA data during interventional cardiology for improved image guidance, especially in complex procedures. The method utilizes the […]
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Hans Roos, Yuko Roodt, W.A. Clarke
This paper proposes a GPU implemented algorithm to determine the differences between two binary images using Distance Transformations. These differences are invariant to slight rotation and offsets, making the technique ideal for comparisons between images that are not perfectly aligned. The parallel processing capabilities of the GPU allows for faster implementation than on traditional desktop […]
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Andrew W. Dowsey, Michael J. Dunn, Guang-Zhong Z. Yang
MOTIVATION: The quest for high-throughput proteomics has revealed a number of challenges in recent years. Whilst substantial improvements in automated protein separation with liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry (LC/MS), aka ‘shotgun’ proteomics, have been achieved, large-scale open initiatives such as the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO) Brain Proteome Project have shown that maximal proteome coverage is […]
Daniel Castano-Diez, Margot Scheffer, Ashraf Al-Amoudi, Achilleas S. Frangakis
The robust alignment of tilt-series collected for cryo-electron tomography in the absence of fiducial markers, is a problem that, especially for tilt-series of vitreous sections, still represents a significant challenge. Here we present a complete software package that implements a cross-correlation based procedure that tracks similar image features that are present in several micrographs and […]

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