Zhenjun Zhang

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Traffic sign recognition is a rather challenging task for intelligent transportation systems since signs in different subsets, e.g., speed limit signs, prohibition signs, and mandatory signs, are very different from each other in color or shape, whereas they share some similarities to the ones in the same subset. Therefore, it is important to integrate(More)
Spoofing is becoming a serious threat to various Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) applications, especially for those that require high reliability and security such as power grid synchronization and applications related to first responders and aviation safety. Most current works on anti-spoofing focus on spoofing detection from the individual(More)
As a new choice for the treatment of degenerative lumbar disease, artificial lumbar disc replacement has been widely used in clinical surgery. The finite element is a very effective method to predict and simulate the surgery effect. The purpose of this paper is to review the applications of finite element in artificial lumbar disc replacement, such as(More)
We address the problem of vehicle-mounted camera calibration under urban traffic scenes regarding the fact that the traditional calibration methods are practically restricted, since the internal parameters should be calibrated in the laboratory and it is impossible for recalibration that resulted from the parameters drifting or re-focusing when driving on(More)
During the process of peripheral nerve regeneration, a single neuron can regenerate and maintain more than one collateral in a regenerative distal stump. Furthermore, some of the new shoots can mature gradually through remyelination and grow into the remote target organ to play a physiological function. Our study found that when neonatal nerve fibers are(More)
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