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- Martin Schiegg, Philipp Hanslovsky, Bernhard X. Kausler, Lars Hufnagel, Fred A. Hamprecht
- 2013 IEEE International Conference on Computer…
- 2013

The quality of any tracking-by-assignment hinges on the accuracy of the foregoing target detection / segmentation step. In many kinds of images, errors in this first stage are unavoidable. These errors then propagate to, and corrupt, the tracking result. Our main contribution is the first probabilistic graphical model that can explicitly account for over-… (More)

- Bernhard X. Kausler, Martin Schiegg, +6 authors Fred A. Hamprecht
- ECCV
- 2012

Tracking by assignment is well suited for tracking a varying number of divisible cells, but suffers from false positive detections. We reformulate tracking by assignment as a chain graph–a mixed directedundirected probabilistic graphical model–and obtain a tracking simultaneously over all time steps from the maximum a-posteriori configuration. The model is… (More)

- Martin Schiegg, Philipp Hanslovsky, Carsten Haubold, Ullrich Köthe, Lars Hufnagel, Fred A. Hamprecht
- Bioinformatics
- 2015

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To gain fundamental insight into the development of embryos, biologists seek to understand the fate of each and every embryonic cell. For the generation of cell tracks in embryogenesis, so-called tracking-by-assignment methods are flexible approaches. However, as every two-stage approach, they suffer from irrevocable errors propagated from the… (More)

- Xinghua Lou, Martin Schiegg, Fred A. Hamprecht
- IEEE Trans. Med. Imaging
- 2014

One distinguishing property of life is its temporal dynamics, and it is hence only natural that time lapse experiments play a crucial role in modern biomedical research areas such as signaling pathways, drug discovery or developmental biology. Such experiments yield a very large number of images that encode complex cellular activities, and reliable… (More)

- Luca Fiaschi, Ferran Diego Andilla, +4 authors Fred A. Hamprecht
- 2014 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and…
- 2014

We use weakly supervised structured learning to track and disambiguate the identity of multiple indistinguishable, translucent and deformable objects that can overlap for many frames. For this challenging problem, we propose a novel model which handles occlusions, complex motions and non-rigid deformations by jointly optimizing the flows of multiple latent… (More)

Automated cell tracking methods are still error-prone. On very large data sets, uncertainty measures are thus needed to guide the expert to the most ambiguous events so these can be corrected with minimal effort. We present two easyto-use methods to sample multiple proposal solutions from a tracking-by-assignment graphical model and experimentally evaluate… (More)

- Martin Schiegg, Ferran Diego, Fred A. Hamprecht
- ECCV
- 2016

In structured prediction, it is standard procedure to discriminatively train a single model that is then used to make a single prediction for each input. This practice is simple but risky in many ways. For instance, models are often designed with tractability rather than faithfulness in mind. To hedge against such model misspecification, it may be useful to… (More)

- Martin Schiegg, Marion Neumann, Kristian Kersting
- AISTATS
- 2012

We propose a novel mixtures of Gaussian processes model in which the gating function is interconnected with a probabilistic logical model, in our case Markov logic networks. In this way, the resulting mixed graphical model, called Markov logic mixtures of Gaussian processes (MLxGP), solves joint Bayesian non-parametric regression and probabilistic… (More)

- Carsten Haubold, Martin Schiegg, Anna Kreshuk, Stuart Berg, Ullrich Koethe, Fred A Hamprecht
- Advances in anatomy, embryology, and cell biology
- 2016

Tracking crowded cells or other targets in biology is often a challenging task due to poor signal-to-noise ratio, mutual occlusion, large displacements, little discernibility, and the ability of cells to divide. We here present an open source implementation of conservation tracking (Schiegg et al., IEEE international conference on computer vision (ICCV).… (More)

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