Saurabh Goyal

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Polygon approximation is an important step in the recognition of planar shapes. Traditional polygonal approximation algorithms handle only images that are related by a similarity transformation. The transformation of a planar shape as the viewpoint changes with a perspective camera is a general projective one. In this paper, we present a novel method for(More)
Community detection in social networks is a well-studied problem. A community in social network is commonly defined as a group of people whose interactions within the group are more than outside the group. It is believed that people’s behavior can be linked to the behavior of their social neighborhood. While shared characteristics of communities have been(More)
Recognition of discrete planar contours under similarity transformations has received a lot of attention but little work has been reported on recognizing them under more general transformations. Planar object boundaries undergo projective or affine transformations across multiple views. We present two methods to recognize discrete curves in this paper. The(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the effect of 180° versus 360° primary selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) on tonographic outflow facility and intraocular pressure (IOP). DESIGN Prospective, single masked randomised clinical trial. PARTICIPANTS Patients with untreated primary open angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension both with IOP > 21-35 mmHg. METHODS 40(More)
AIM We present a novel surgical technique for repair of persistent and symptomatic cyclodialysis clefts refractory to conservative or minimally invasive treatment. BACKGROUND Numerous surgical techniques have been described to close cyclodialysis clefts. The current standard approach involves intraocular repair of cyclodialysis clefts underneath a(More)
Allo-anti-M often has an immunoglobulin G (IgG) component but is rarely clinically significant. We report a case of hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn along with prolonged anemia in newborn twins that persisted for up to 70 days postbirth. The aim was to diagnose and successfully manage hemolytic disease of newborn (HDN) due to maternal(More)
We present a simple but useful method which detects all multiple stuck-at faults in the application and configuration inputs of LUTs. A novel method for testing of stuck-at faults at control bits of flip flops has also been proposed. The aim is to integrate testing of LUTs, flip flops and multiplexers which reduces the number of configurations and hence(More)
Worms: How to stop them? brings faculty, students and industry colleagues together to exchange ideas and form lasting collaborations. New graduate students have a chance to see the variety of research going on at UC Davis and continuing students can present preliminary research to a friendly audience. The submissions to this workshop were strong. The(More)