Shafriza Nisha Basah

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Images of a moving object acquired by a static camera typically contain two groups of image correspondences belonging to the object in motion and the static (or nearly static) background. For objects with relatively small motion, there is little distinction between the effect of motion and the background noise. As the type of motion is also not known in(More)
Parkinson's Disease (PD) is characterized as the commonest neurodegenerative illness that gradually degenerates the central nervous system. The goal of this review is to come out with a summary of the recent progress of numerous forms of sensors and systems that are related to diagnosis of PD in the past decades. The paper reviews the substantial researches(More)
[Purpose] Computational intelligence similar to pattern recognition is frequently confronted with high-dimensional data. Therefore, the reduction of the dimensionality is critical to make the manifold features amenable. Procedures that are analytically or computationally manageable in smaller amounts of data and low-dimensional space can become important to(More)
Various computer vision applications involve recovery and estimation of multiple motions from images of dynamic scenes. The exact nature of objects' motions and the camera parameters are often not known a priori and therefore, the most general motion model (the fundamental matrix) is applied. Although the estimation of a fundamental matrix and its use for(More)
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