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Human actions can be represented by the trajectories of skeleton joints. Traditional methods generally model the spatial structure and temporal dynamics of human skeleton with hand-crafted features and recognize human actions by well-designed classifiers. In this paper, considering that recurrent neural network (RNN) can model the long-term con-textual(More)
The radiometric normalization of multi-temporal satellite optical images of the same terrain is necessary for land cover change detection e.g. relative differences. In previous studies, ground reference data or pseudo invariant features (PIFs) were used in the radiometric rectification of multi-temporal images. Ground reference data are costly and difficult(More)
Rough set theory has been extensively discussed in the domain of machine learning and data mining. Pawlak's rough set theory offers a formal theoretical framework for attribute reduction and rule learning from nominal data. However, this model is not applicable to numerical data, which widely exist in real-world applications. In this work, we extend this(More)
Partial volume (PV) effects degrade the quantitative accuracy of SPECT brain images. In this paper, we extended a PV compensation (PVC) method originally developed for brain PET, the geometric transfer matrix (GTM) method, to brain SPECT using iterative reconstruction-based compensations. In the GTM method a linear transform between the true regional(More)
Driver fatigue detection based on computer vision is considered as one of the most hopeful applications of image recognition technology. The key issue is to extract and select useful features from the driver images. In this work, we use the properties of image sequences to describe states of drivers. In addition, we introduce a kernelized fuzzy rough sets(More)
A model-based method has been previously developed to estimate and compensate for the crosstalk and downscatter contamination in simultaneous 123I/99mTc dual-isotope SPECT imaging. In this method, photon scatter in the object is modeled using the effective source scatter estimate technique. Photon interactions with the collimator-detector are estimated(More)
Estimating the residence times in tumor and normal organs is an essential part of treatment planning for radioimmunotherapy (RIT). This estimation is usually done using a conjugate view whole body scan time series and planar processing. This method has logistical and cost advantages compared to 3-D imaging methods such as Single photon emission computed(More)