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Portable devices for first-person camera views will play a central role in future interactive systems. One necessary step for feasible human-computer guided activities is gesture recognition, preceded by a reliable hand segmentation from egocentric vision. In this work we provide a novel hand segmentation algorithm based on Random Forest superpixel(More)
By means of catecholamine fluorescence histochemistry in combination with quantitative microfluorimetry the effects of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone (LH-RH) has been studied on the amine levels and turnover in discrete catecholamine (CA) nerve terminal populations in the hypothalamus of the hypophysectomized male rat. LH-RH highly selectively(More)
By means of receptor autoradiography using the dopamine (DA) receptor radioligands [3H]cis(z)-flupenthixol ([3H]FLU), [3H]spiperone, [3H]N-propyl-norapomorphine and amino-6,7-dihydroxy-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphtalene-2-(5,8[3H]) in combination with a microdensitometrical analysis indications have been obtained for the existence of a DA receptor of the D-1 type(More)
Three-dimensional object recognition on range data and 3D point clouds is becoming more important nowadays. Since many real objects have a shape that could be approximated by simple primitives, robust pattern recognition can be used to search for primitive models. For example, the Hough transform is a well-known technique which is largely adopted in 2D(More)