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This paper addresses the problem of semantic part parsing (segmentation) of cars, i.e.assigning every pixel within the car to one of the parts (e.g.body, window, lights, license plates and wheels). We formulate this as a landmark identification problem, where a set of landmarks specifies the boundaries of the parts. A novel mixture of graphical models is(More)
Nanoscale confinement of adsorbed CO molecules in an anthraquinone network on Cu(111) with a pore size of ≈4  nm arranges the CO molecules in a shell structure that coincides with the distribution of substrate confined electronic states. Molecules occupy the states approximately in the sequence of rising electron energy. Despite the sixfold symmetry of the(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel image search scheme, <i>contextual image search</i>. Different from conventional image search schemes that present a separate interface (e.g., text input box) to allow users to submit a query, the new search scheme enables users to search images by only masking a few words when they are reading through Web pages or other(More)
Aiming at vehicle detection and tracking problems in video monitoring and controlling system, this paper mainly studies vehicle detection and tracking problems in conditions of high traffic density in daytime. This paper is distinguished by two key contributions. First, we develop an improvement &#x2014; SEAP(Simple but Efficient After Process) which checks(More)
Anthraquinone self-assembles on Cu(111) into a giant honeycomb network with exactly three molecules on each side. Here we propose that the exceptional degree of order achieved in this system can be explained as a consequence of the confinement of substrate electrons in the pores, with the pore size tailored so that the confined electrons can adopt a(More)
Pure Ca(5)(PO(4))(2)SiO(4) bioceramic was first prepared by a sol-gel method using triethyl phosphate, tetraethoxysilane, and calcium nitrate tetrahydrate as original materials. Simulated body fluid (SBF) immersion tests revealed that Ca(5)(PO(4))(2)SiO(4) samples had a greater in vitro apatite-forming ability than hydroxyapatite (HA). After soaking(More)
Pedestrian detection is a significant problem in computer vision. Dollar et al. at [1] indicate that current methods are not efficient enough to solve the problem and it remains challenging. Besides, most of the proposed features are also not efficient in describing the features of pedestrians. In this paper, we concentrate on this issue and introduce the(More)
The diffusion and arrangements of CO adsorbates within nanometer-scale pores on a copper surface are investigated by low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy. In contrast to extended terraces, confinement stabilizes dislocation lines that expose more than one-fourth of the adsorbate population to potentially more reactive adsorption configurations.(More)
This paper addresses the problem of semantic part parsing (segmentation) of cars, i.e.assigning every pixel within the car to one of the parts (e.g.body, window, lights, license plates and wheels). We formulate this as a landmark identification problem, where a set of landmarks specifies the boundaries of the parts. A novel mixture of graphical models is(More)