Ming Zeng, Le T. Nguyen, Bo Yu, Ole J. Mengshoel, Jiang Zhu, Pang Wu, Joy Zhang
A variety of real-life mobile sensing applications are becoming available, especially in the life-logging, fitness tracking and health monitoring domains. These applications use mobile sensors embedded in smart phones to recognize human activities in order to get a better understanding of human behavior. While progress has been made, human activity recognition remains a challenging task. […]
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William Raveane, Maria Angelica Gonzalez Arrieta
We introduce a hybrid system composed of a convolutional neural network and a discrete graphical model for image recognition. This system improves upon traditional sliding window techniques for analysis of an image larger than the training data by effectively processing the full input scene through the neural network in less time. The final result is […]
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Luis A. Alexandre
RGB-D data is getting ever more interest from the research community as both cheap cameras appear in the market and the applications of this type of data become more common. A current trend in processing image data is the use of convolutional neural networks (CNNs) that have consistently beat competition in most benchmark data sets. […]
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Syed Amer Zawad
This paper was conducted to analyze the performance benefits of parallelizing the Adaptive Weighted Sub-patterned Principle Component Analysis (Aw SP PCA) algorithm, given that the algorithm is implemented so as to retain the accuracy from its serialized version. The serialized execution of this algorithm is analyzed first and then compared against its parallel implementation, both […]
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Donald Lloyd van Blommestein
This thesis brings together productivity and risk assessments through innovative design, development and evaluation of a unique system for retrieving and analysing data. In the past, although the link between them is well-documented, these assessments have largely been dealt with as separate antagonist entities. A broad evaluation of the existing traditional and technological support systems […]
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Viragkumar N. Jagtap, Shailendra K. Mishra
Handwriting recognition is having high demand in commercial & academics. In recent years lots of good work has been done on hand written digit recognition to improve accuracy. Handwritten digit recognition system needs larger dataset and long training time to improve accuracy & reduce error rate. Training of Neural Networks for large data sets is […]
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Neelima Gogineni, C Ganga Bhavani, V S Giridhar Akula
Image recognition and segmentation techniques are playing key role in the field of image processing. Present researchers are working on the design concepts of accurate image processing. This paper explains the method for designing of accurate image processing with the help of the principle called automatic construction of tree structural image transformation and graphics processing […]
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Fu Jie Huang
In this work, we describe an application of convolutional networks to object classification and detection in images. The task of image based object recognition is surveyed in the first chapter. Its application in internet advertisement is one of the main motivations of this work. The architecture of the convolutional networks is described in details in […]
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Greg Durrett, Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick
Hidden Semi-Markov Models (HSMMs) are powerful generalizations of Hidden Markov Models that have been effectively employed in tasks such as machine translation and optical character recognition. A principal computational bottleneck on these systems as applied to optical character recognition [5] is the need to compute emission probabilities for a large number of possible model states. […]
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Abhishek Sinha
Iris recognition is quite a computation intensive task with huge amounts of pixel processing. After the image acquisition of the eye, Iris recognition is basically divided into Iris localization, Feature Extraction and Matching steps. Each of these tasks involves a lot of processing. It thus becomes essential to improve the performance of each step to […]
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Ricardo J. Barrientos
Nowadays, similarity search is becoming a field of increasing interest because these kinds of methods can be applied to different areas in computer science and engineering, such as voice and image recognition, text retrieval, and many others. However, when processing large volumes of data, query response time can be quite high. In this case, it […]
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Sean Patrick Parker
Image recognition and classification is one of the primary challenges of the machine learning community. Recent advances in learning systems, coupled with hardware developments have enabled general object recognition systems to be learned on home computers with graphics processing units. Presented is a Deep Belief Network engineered using NVIDIA’s CUDA programming language for general object […]
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