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—In this paper, we propose a new low-rank tensor model based on the circulant algebra, namely, twist tensor nuclear norm or t-TNN for short. The twist tensor denotes a 3-way tensor representation to laterally store 2D data slices in order. On one hand, t-TNN convexly relaxes the tensor multi-rank of the twist tensor in the Fourier domain, which allows an(More)
In this paper, we propose a new low-rank and sparse representation model for moving object detection. The model preserves the natural space-time structure of video sequences by representing them as three-way tensors. Then, it operates the low-rank background and sparse foreground decomposition in the tensor framework. On the one hand, we use the tensor(More)
An effective representation model, which aims to mine the most meaningful information in the data, plays an important role in visual tracking. Some recent particle-filter-based trackers achieve promising results by introducing the low-rank assumption into the representation model. However, their assumed low-rank structure of candidates limits the robustness(More)
In this paper, we propose a new low-rank tensor model based on the circulant algebra, namely, twist tensor nuclear norm (t-TNN). The twist tensor denotes a three-way tensor representation to laterally store 2-D data slices in order. On one hand, t-TNN convexly relaxes the tensor multirank of the twist tensor in the Fourier domain, which allows an efficient(More)
In this paper, we present a novel depression dis-order classification algorithm, named weighted discriminative dictionary learning (WDDL), based on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data. The underlying relationship between samples and dictionary atoms is exploited by introducing an adaptive weighting scheme. Tested on fMRI data of 29 patients(More)
BACKGROUND Many classification methods have been proposed based on magnetic resonance images. Most methods rely on measures such as volume, the cerebral cortical thickness and grey matter density. These measures are susceptible to the performance of registration and limited in representation of anatomical structure. This paper proposes a two-stage local(More)
We propose an automatic diabetic retinopathy (DR) analysis algorithm based on two-stages deep convolutional neural networks (DCNN). Compared to existing DCNN-based DR detection methods, the proposed algorithm have the following advantages: (1) Our method can point out the location and type of lesions in the fundus images, as well as giving the severity(More)
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