Hyojin Kim

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Automatic fusion of aerial optical imagery and untex-tured LiDAR data has been of significant interest for generating photo-realistic 3D urban models in recent years. However, unsupervised, robust registration still remains a challenge. This paper presents a new registration method that does not require priori knowledge such as GPS/INS information. The(More)
Tuning the models and parameters of common segmen-tation approaches is challenging especially in the presence of noise and artifacts. Ensemble-based techniques attempt to compensate by randomly varying models and/or parameters to create a diverse set of hypotheses, which are subsequently ranked to arrive at the best solution. However, these methods have(More)
Unsupervised, automatic image segmentation without contextual knowledge, or user intervention is a challenging problem. The key to robust segmentation is an appropriate selection of local features and metrics. However, a single aggregation of the local features using a greedy merging order often results in incorrect segmentation. This paper presents an(More)
Laboratory mouse, Mus musculus, is one of the most important animal tools in biomedical research. Functional characterization of the mouse genes, hence, has been a long-standing goal in mammalian and human genetics. Although large-scale knockout phenotyping is under progress by international collaborative efforts, a large portion of mouse genome is still(More)
Recent successes of deep learning have been largely driven by the ability to train large models on vast amounts of data. We believe that High Performance Computing (HPC) will play an increasingly important role in helping deep learning achieve the next level of innovation fueled by neural network models that are orders of magnitude larger and trained on(More)