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In this paper we propose a new method to deal with the problem of automatic human skin segmentation in RGB color space model. The problem is modeled as a minimum cost graph cut problem on a graph whose vertices represent the image color characteristics. Skin and non-skin elements are assigned by...
Many cell-based research studies require the counting of cells in order to understand and validate experiments through statistical analyses. Although progress in imaging technology has enabled the automation of cell counting for many different cell types, this process still has to be done...
Multimedia content is very rich in terms of meaning, and archiving systems need to be improved to consider such richness. This research proposes archiving improvements to extend the ways of describing content, and enhance user interaction with multimedia archiving systems beyond the traditional...
About 8% of the male population of the world are affected by a determined type of color vision disturbance, which varies from the partial to complete reduction of the ability to distinguish certain colors. A considerable amount of color blind people are able to live all life long without knowing...
We present a generic procedure for diagnosing faults using features extracted from noninvasive machine signals, based on supervised learning techniques to build the fault classifiers. An important novelty of our research is the use of 2000 examples of vibration signals obtained from operating...
Camera calibration is a fundamental problem of computer vision. It is vital both for geometric measurements and image processing techniques like image stitching. Traditional camera calibration procedures do not take into account local irregularities in the mapping. They rather describe the...
Template matching is a technique widely used for finding patterns in digital images. A good template matching should be able to detect template instances that have undergone geometric transformations. In this paper, we proposed a grayscale template matching algorithm named Ciratefi, invariant to...
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