Wei-Chung Lin

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A hierarchical approach is proposed for solving the surface and vertex correspondence problems in multiple-view-based 3D object-recognition systems. The proposed scheme is a coarse-to-fine search process, and a Hopfield network is used at each stage. Compared with conventional object-matching schemes, the proposed technique provides a more general and(More)
For pt. I see ibid., p. 1386-93 (1995). An approach applying artificial neural net techniques to 3D nonrigid motion analysis is proposed. The 3D nonrigid motion of the left ventricle of a human heart is examined using biplanar cineangiography data, consisting of 3D coordinates of 30 coronary artery bifurcation points of the left ventricle and the(More)
The discrete Gabor (1946) transform algorithm is introduced that provides an efficient method of calculating the complete set of discrete Gabor coefficients of a finite-duration discrete signal from finite summations and to reconstruct the original signal exactly from the computed expansion coefficients. The similarity of the formulas between the discrete(More)