Hirotaka Suzuki

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The design of automatic systems dedicated to satellite image classification has received considerable attention. However, the current systems still cannot compare with human photo-interpreters. A promising approach consists in integrating structural knowledge into the classification process, i.e., using information about the shape of and the spatial(More)
Mouse acidic mammalian chitinase (AMCase) plays important physiological roles in defense and nutrition. AMCase is composed of an N-terminal catalytic domain (CatD) and a C-terminal chitin-binding domain (CBD). We expressed CatD of mouse AMCase as a recombinant fusion protein with Protein A and V5-His in Escherichia coli (Protein A-CatD-V5-His), evaluated(More)
The present work describes a new approach to integrating structural knowledge into the image classification process. First, a fuzzy classifier produces a fuzzy partition of the image. Then, the defuzzified (crisp) partition is tried to be improved. According to the membership degrees in the fuzzy partition, the system selects a set of pixels and associates(More)
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