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Automotive stereo-based camera systems are at the focus of new vehicle functions development. Advantageous interconnections between automotive cameras and electronic control units are possible using IP-based technology in the vehicles. Because automotive implementation of this technology allows only limited data rates camera stream compression is necessary(More)
Orthoclone OKT 3 (mOKT3) is a highly effective agent for the reversal of steroid-resistant renal allograft rejection. However, its wider use has been limited by the development of a human anti-mouse antibody response (HAMA) and by the "cytokine release syndrome" (CRS). CRS has been associated with T cell/monocyte activation and, secondarily, with activation(More)
Splenocytes from young (3 to 4 mo) and aged (24 to 26 mo) C57BL/6 mice were stimulated with anti-CD3 epsilon mAb in vitro. At the time of peak DNA synthesis (day 2), cells from aged mice incorporated congruent to 60% less [3H]TdR than cells from young mice. This age-related defect was not attributable to gross differences in anti-CD3 does optima, response(More)
Splenocytes from young adult or old C57BL/6NNia mice were stimulated in vitro with the anti-CD3 epsilon mAb, 145-2C11, in either soluble (2C11s) or plate-bound (2C11i) form. In the young group, each mode of cell activation resulted in peak DNA synthesis at approximately 48 h of culture; at this time point, the old group exhibited response levels to 2C11s or(More)
OKT3 is a murine monoclonal antibody which recognizes an epitope on the epsilon-subunit within the human CD3 complex. OKT3 possesses potent immunosuppressive properties in vivo and has been proven effective in the treatment of renal, heart and liver allograft rejection. Despite its efficacy, significant problems remain associated with OKT3 therapy, i.e.(More)
OKT4A, a murine mAb that recognizes an epitope on the CD4 receptor, is a potent immunosuppressive agent in vitro and in a variety of nonhuman primate models of graft rejection and autoimmune disease. Initial human cardiac transplant trials suggest that OKT4A does not cause either cytokine release syndrome or CD4+ cell depletion, but does induce a human(More)
Learning Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) is commonly carried out by plain supervised gradient descent. With sufficient training data, this leads to very competitive results for visual recognition tasks when starting from a random initialization. When the amount of labeled data is limited, CNNs reveal their strong dependence on large amounts of training(More)
In this paper, an automatic system is presented to establish databases for face recognition from video. We propose a temporal-based face detector, which can improve the detection rate as well as the recognition rate when working together with an image-based face detection method. Several adaptive thresholds and a filter are introduced to improve face(More)
Low-delay video coding is a key technology for video conferencing as well as upcoming remote-monitoring and automotive video applications like rear-view cameras or night vision systems. As the ongoing progress in programmable DSP and ASIC technology allows cost effective and flexible implementations of the necessary hardware, compressed video transmission(More)