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The aim of this work is to design a semi-automatic application that can be used as an aid by the doctors for smoothly conducting Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination (HINE). A simplified version of the examination which provides a quantitative neurological assessment is used to design the application. The application includes a methodology of(More)
Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination (HINE) is a popular method to estimate the neurologi-cal development of infants aged less than two years. Using HINE, especially for preterm or premature babies, the risk of neural disorder can be minimized through proper preventive measures. This paper presents the design of a semi-automatic application that can(More)
In this paper, we propose a smart video summarization technique that compiles a synopsis of event(s)-of-interest occurring within a segment of image frames in a video. The proposed solution space consists of extracting appropriate features that represent the dynamics of targets in surveillance environments using their motion trajectories combined with a(More)
This paper presents image and video analysis based schemes to automate the process of adductors angle measurement which is carried out on infants as a part of Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination (HINE). Image segmentation, thinning and feature point based object tracking are used for automating the analysis. Segmentation outputs are processed with a(More)
Understanding natural images is a difficult task. One method to accomplish that can be, first, segment the image into regions of similar characteristics and then apply some object extraction scheme. Alternatively, extraction of characteristics of the desired objects can be initiated at the beginning. In this paper, we propose a scheme that adopts the former(More)
Most of the existing video object detection schemes are either computationally extensive or fail to detect moving objects in different challenging situations. In this paper, we propose a robust and computationally inexpensive scheme to detect moving objects in video. The threefold approach begins with computation of difference images using temporal(More)