Python projektet

Jag är en pythonprogrammerare. Jag har fyra års erfarenhet av python. Jag är redo att acceptera Python-projektet.   Keras, TensorFlow, Scipy, Numpy, Konstgjort neuralt nätverk i Python, Bildbehandling i Python, OpenCV, Pybrain, Matplotlib, Scikit-Learn , Pandas...

Efficient retrieval

The retrieval can be slow because it’s a brute-force method. Matching can be made faster using approximate nearest neighbor. The curse of dimensionality also kicks in, as shown in the following figure: With every increasing dimension, complexity increases as the...

Building the retrieval pipeline

The sequence of steps to get the best matches from target images for a query image is called the retrieval pipeline. The retrieval pipeline has multiple steps or components. The features of the image database have to be extracted offline and stored in a database. For...

Content-based image retrieval

The technique of Content-based Image Retrieval (CBIR) takes a query image as the input and ranks images from a database of target images, producing the output. CBIR is an image to image search engine with a specific goal. A database of target images is required for...

Fire-i and NAVITAR Scope Setup

This section details the use of the Fire-i program to control the NAVITAR scope for capturing images and movies to use with the line tracking program or for imaging purposes. 1. Connect the Firewire cable to the NAVITAR scope. 2. Open Fire-i . 3. Ensure the settings...

Test Plan of Comparison of TIS G1 and TIS G2

In this section, some tests were designed to compare the capabilities of TIS G1 and TIS G2 in characterizing an inclusion embedded in the soft tissue. The models are developed using spherical targets and PVC tissue phantom with base, depth, and intermediate layers....

Second Generation Tactile Imaging System

Introduction In the literature, the existing tactile imaging sensor system (TIS G1) has proven to be successful in capturing tactile images and measuring mechanical properties (Lee and Won, 2011). However, the dimensions of PDMS in TIS are 2.3cm × 2.0cm × 1.2cm, which...

Object Location and Tracking In Image Processing

Object Location and Tracking In Image Processing Dividing and organizing an image in the desired way and detecting and isolating the edges of desired objects are the key components in recognizing and then tracking the objects. There are countless algorithms already in...

Edge Detection In Image Processing

Edge Detection In Image Processing Locating the boundaries of desired objects is another fundamental aspect of image processing. Helping to further segment images in order to locate and match objects, edge detection works by determining the gradient. This involves...

Image Processing

Image Processing Image analysis is performed using a variety of algorithms and methods. Some techniques are more effective than others and usually depend on the particular application. These algorithms can be classified many ways into various logical groups which can...

Image Guided Radiation Therapy

Introduction Radiation therapy utilizes ionizing radiation with the goal of curing or palliating disease and minimizing damage to healthy tissue. Localization using Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) is performed in order to ensure tumor location and minimize...

standardized uptake values (SUV)

standardized uptake values (SUV) Positron emission tomography (PET) has become a widely utilized functional imaging modality. The combination of x-ray computed tomography (CT) with PET gives both structural and functional information from a single two part scan as...

History and relevance of footwear impressions

History and relevance of footwear impressions The discipline of forensic comparative science comprises the examination of multiple forms of evidence, most notably, latent prints, track impressions (footwear and tire), firearms and questioned documents. Track...

The Human Globe

Bilaterally located on either side of the nose, the human eye(s), also referred to as the globe(s), is a vital organ necessary in visual processing. The human globe is spherical in nature and is somewhat flattened in the anteroposterior area . Each globe resides...

Postmortem iris scanning

At this time, little to no research has been conducted on the use of postmortem iris scanning as a biometric measurement of identification. Similar to deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), irises are a highly individualizing components of the human body and are unique between...

Lexicon

Lexicon Since our approach is based mainly on lexical cues, we need a lexicon of word pairs, which is used during the alignment  rocess. The lexicon can be prepared manually within CSV or XLS file and updated with new word pairs as necessary.  owever,  n order to...

Misalignment Patterns

Misalignment Patterns A parallel text (from now on it will be called bitext) is extracted from two texts, and there is no guarantee that the text segments  rom each text are aligned together. In fact, there are many factors that cause and exacerbate the bitext ...

Alignment Challenges

Alignment Challenges The main challenge for alignment is that sentences/segments do not necessarily map one to-one, and there are many possible  atterns for misalignment, as will be shown in the following section. The bottom line in the alignment process is to ...