Ronald Salloum

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In this paper, we propose the use of recurrent neural networks (RNNs) to develop an effective solution to two problems in electrocardiogram (ECG)-based biometrics: identification/classification and authentication. Different RNN architectures with various parameter settings were evaluated, including traditional, long short-term memory (LSTM), gated recurrent(More)
In this work, we propose a technique that utilizes a fully convolutional network (FCN) to localize image splicing attacks. We first evaluated a single-task FCN (SFCN) trained only on the surface label. Although the SFCN is shown to provide superior performance over existing methods, it still provides a coarse localization output in certain cases. Therefore,(More)
Directed graph representations of brain networks are increasingly being used to indicate the direction and level of influence among brain regions. Most of the existing techniques for directed graph representations are based on time series analysis and the concept of causality, and use time lag information in the brain signals. These time lag-based(More)
Introduction: Directed graph representations of brain networks are increasingly being used in brain image analysis to indicate the direction and level of influence among brain regions. Most of the existing techniques for directed graph representations are based on time series analysis and the concept of causality, and use time lag information in the brain(More)
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