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A novel supervised learning method is proposed in this paper. It is an extension of local tangent space alignment (LTSA) to supervised feature extraction. First LTSA has been improved to be suitable in a changing, dynamic environment, that is, now it can map new data to the embedded low-dimensional space. Next class membership information is introduced to(More)
We introduce the new nonlinear dimension reduction method: LTSA, in dealing with the difficulty of analyzing high-dimensional, nonlinear microarray data. Firstly, we analyze the applicability of the method and we propose the reconstruction error of LTSA. The method is tested on Iris data set and acute leukemias microarray data. The results show good(More)
We present a linear numerical scheme for a model of epitaxial thin film growth without slope selection. The PDE, which is a nonlinear, fourth-order parabolic equation, is the L 2 gradient flow of the energy (− 1 2 ln(1 + |∇φ| 2) + 2 2 |φ(x)| 2) dx. The idea of convex-concave decomposition of the energy functional is applied, which results in a numerical(More)
We propose and study two second-order in time implicit-explicit (IMEX) methods for the coupled Stokes-Darcy system that governs flows in karst aquifers. The first is a combination of a second-order backward differentiation formula and the second-order Gear's extrapolation approach. The second is a combination of the second-order Adams-Moulton and(More)
In this work, we present a novel method for high resolution image generation from a single low resolution image. The proposed algorithm begins by interpolating the gradient field of low resolution image to obtain one finer gradient field based on local binary pattern feature. Then it recurs to the finer gradient field term and constraint set to construct(More)
BACKGROUND The emergence of high pathogenicity strains of Influenza A virus in a variety of human and animal hosts, with wide geographic distribution, has highlighted the importance of rapid identification and subtyping of the virus for outbreak management and treatment. Type A virus can be classified into subtypes according to the viral envelope(More)
In this paper, we propose an approach for 2D discrete vector field segmentation based on the Green function and normalized cut. The method is inspired by discrete Hodge decomposition such that a discrete vector field can be broken down into three simpler components, namely, curl-free, divergence-free, and harmonic components. We show that the Green function(More)
Video Stabilization is one of those important video processing techniques to remove the unwanted camera vibration in a video sequence. In this paper, we present a practical method to remove the annoying shaky motion and reconstruct a stabilized video sequence with good visual quality. Here, the scale invariant (SIFT) features, proved to be invariant to(More)