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Card image

Known as: Card images, Image (disambiguation) 
Card image is an archaic term for a character string, usually 80 characters in length, that was, or could be, contained on a single punched card. IBM… Expand
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2019
2019
.......................................................................................................................................... ii Acknowledgments.......................................................................................................................... iii Funding ........................................................................................................................................... v List of Tables ................................................................................................................................. xi List of Figures ............................................................................................................................... xii I. Introduction and motivation ................................................................................................. 1 II. Background .......................................................................................................................... 8 A. Light field imaging and the plenoptic camera .................................................................. 8 i. Historical development ................................................................................................. 9 ii. Implementations and applications .............................................................................. 10 B. Plenoptic data structure and reconstruction methods ..................................................... 13 i. Computational refocusing ........................................................................................... 15 ii. Perspective shift .......................................................................................................... 17 iii. Combination of cues ................................................................................................... 18 C. Particle tracking.............................................................................................................. 18 i. PTV vs. PIV ................................................................................................................ 18 ii. Correspondence problem ............................................................................................ 21 iii. Implementations and applications .............................................................................. 23 D. Explosion analysis .......................................................................................................... 24 
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2017
2017
Although face recognition has been improved much as the development of Deep Neural Networks, SIPP(Single Image Per Person… Expand
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2010
2010
Separation of the text regions from background texture and graphics is an important step of any optical character recognition… Expand
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2009
Highly Cited
2008
Highly Cited
2008
Abstract — Steganography, derived from Greek, literally means “covered writing”. It includes a vast array of secret… Expand
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2007
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2007
Yield maps are a key component of precision agriculture, due to their usefulness in both development and evaluation of precision… Expand
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2003
2003
We present an efficient algorithm for skew correction of business card images obtained by a PDA camera. -The proposed method is… Expand
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2003
2003
This paper describes a complete system for reading type-written lexicon words in noisy images - in this case museum index cards… Expand
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2002
2002
For historical reasons, the Austrian National Library (ANL) had only 10 per cent of its 2.9 million items available in its OPAC… Expand
2001
2001
We present a system for automatic Chinese business card recognition. Chinese business card is characterized by its complex layout… Expand
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