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In this thesis the problem of object recognition/pose estimation using active sensing is investigated. It is assumed that multiple cameras acquire images from different view angles of an object belonging to a set of a priori known objects. The eigenspace method is used to process the sensory observations and produce an abstract measurement vector. This step(More)
This paper is concerned with the problem of appearance-based active multi-sensor object recognition/pose estimation in the presence of structured noise. It is assumed that multiple cameras acquire images from an object belonging to a set of known objects. An algorithm is proposed for optimal sequential positioning of the cameras in order to estimate the(More)
In this paper the problem of active object recognition/pose estimation is investigated. The principle component analysis is used to produce an observation vector from images captured simultaneously by multiple cameras from different view angles of an object belonging to a set of a priori known objects. Models of occlusion and sensor noise have been(More)
We want to compare the efficacy and safety of vaginal versus sublingual misoprostol for cervical ripening and induction of labor. This randomized clinical trial was performed on 140 women with medical or obstetric indications for labor induction. The patients were randomly divided into two groups: vaginal and sublingual administration of misoprostol. In(More)
BACKGROUND Concurrent chemoradiotherapy (EBRT + cisplatin) plus intracavitary brachytherapy is the standard of care in patients with advanced cervical cancer. However, a number of patients could not undergone brachytherapy due to massive residual tumor or anatomical distortion. In this study, we have evaluated the treatment outcome in patients with locally(More)
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