Kumar Rajamani

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OBJECTIVE Poststroke dystonia is the second most common movement disorder after chorea and often has a delayed manifestation. Lesions of the contralateral lenticular nucleus, particularly the putamen, have been implicated in the pathogenesis of dystonia. We present an unusual case of rapid onset of focal dystonia of the left upper extremity, which developed(More)
This paper presents a robust method for recognizing human faces with varying illumination as well as partial occlusion. In the proposed approach, a dual-tree complex wavelet transform (DTCWT) is employed to normalize the illumination variation in the logarithm domain. In order to minimize the variations under different lighting conditions, appropriate low(More)
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