Minjia Krueger

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Active contours and their successors are widely used in image segmentation and feature extraction, which belong to the most important tasks in computer vision and image analysis. Their application to planar 2D and 3D images represented as stacks of planar 2D sections was researched extensively in the past. Only recently efforts have been made to generalise(More)
Segmentation and extraction of face features from 2D images has been researched extensively in the past. Recent research shows that algorithms incorporating 3D information often perform better than purely 2D approaches in many areas of computer vision including face biometrics and recognition. Cheaper and readily available 3D data acquisition devices(More)
The inspection of bridges is currently made by visual inspection or by wired sensor techniques, which are relatively expensive, vulnerable to damage, and time consuming to install. In contrast, wireless sensor networks are easy to deploy and flexible in application so that the network can adjust to the individual structure. Different sensing techniques can(More)
With the rapid growth of wind energy installed capacity, optimized maintenance has gained increasingly attentions from both researchers and wind farm owners. Condition-based maintenance (CBM) has been introduced to the wind energy industry in order to ensure the availability and safety of the wind energy conversion (WEC) system, while minimize the operating(More)
Principal component analysis (PCA) and Partial least square (PLS) are powerful multivariate statistical tools that have been successfully applied for process monitoring. They are efficient in dimension reduction and are suitable for processing large amount of data. Nevertheless, their application scope is restricted to static processes where the dynamics(More)
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