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    • Class Incremental Learning in Deep Neural Networks 

      Tong, JunYong (University of Waterloo, 2021-04-28)
      With the advancement of computation capability, in particular the use of graphical processing units, deep learning systems have shown tremendous potential in achieving super-human performance in many computer vision tasks. ...
    • A Content Enhancement Framework for Multi-Projector Systems 

      Hryniowski, Andrew (University of Waterloo, 2018-09-04)
      Projectors are a convenient technology for displaying content on large, abnormal, or temporary surfaces where mounting other forms of light emitting devices is too impractical or too expensive. Common uses of projectors ...
    • Content-Adaptive Non-Stationary Projector Resolution Enhancement 

      Hu, Xiaodan (University of Waterloo, 2019-04-18)
      For any projection system, one goal will surely be to maximize the quality of projected imagery at a minimized hardware cost, which is considered a challenging engineering problem. Experience in applying different image ...
    • Continual learning-based Video Object Segmentation 

      Nazemi, Amir (University of Waterloo, 2023-06-23)
      Machine learning models, specifically deep convolutional neural networks, have exceeded human-level performance in many research areas, such as object classification and voice recognition. However, they are not comparable ...
    • Developments Towards Chromophore-Selectivity in Photoacoustic Remote Sensing Microscopy 

      Pellegrino, Nicholas (University of Waterloo, 2022-04-28)
      Medical imaging serves to diagnose and monitor illnesses in clinical settings. Several modalities such as X-Ray and Ultrasound have become ubiquitous due to their high utility. Photoacoustic microscopy, based on the ...
    • Distance Measures for Probabilistic Patterns 

      Kennedy, Ian (University of Waterloo, 2020-01-07)
      Numerical measures of pattern dissimilarity are at the heart of pattern recognition and classification. Applications of pattern recognition grow more sophisticated every year, and consequently we require distance measures ...
    • Enhanced detection of point correspondences in single-shot structured light 

      Sadatsharifi, Kasra (University of Waterloo, 2021-09-21)
      The crucial role of point correspondences in the process of stereo vision and camera projector calibration is to determine the relationship between the camera view(s) and the projector view(s). Consequently, acquiring ...
    • Highly Efficient Deep Intelligence via Multi-Parent Evolutionary Synthesis of Deep Neural Networks 

      Chung, Audrey (University of Waterloo, 2020-02-11)
      Machine learning methods, and particularly deep neural networks, are a rapidly growing field and are currently being employed in domains such as science, business, and government. However, the significant success of neural ...
    • Kernel Methods and Measures for Classification with Transparency, Interpretability and Accuracy in Health Care 

      Carrington, André (University of Waterloo, 2018-09-05)
      Support vector machines are a popular method in machine learning. They learn from data about a subject, for example, lung tumors in a set of patients, to classify new data, such as, a new patient’s tumor. The new tumor is ...
    • Multi-Atlas based Segmentation of Multi-Modal Brain Images 

      Kasiri, Keyvan (University of Waterloo, 2016-05-20)
      Brain image analysis is playing a fundamental role in clinical and population-based epidemiological studies. Several brain disorder studies involve quantitative interpretation of brain scans and particularly require accurate ...
    • Projector Compensation for Unconventional Projection Surface 

      Sankar, Vignesh (University of Waterloo, 2018-12-19)
      Projecting onto irregular textured surfaces found on buildings, automobiles and theatre stages calls for the development of radiometric and geometric compensation algorithms that require no user intervention and compensate ...
    • Projector Self-Calibration using the Dual Absolute Quadric 

      Ghavam, Sepehr (University of Waterloo, 2023-09-27)
      The applications for projectors have increased dramatically since their origins in cinema. These include augmented reality, information displays, 3D scanning, and even archiving and surgical intervention. One common ...
    • Projector-Camera System Calibration and Non-planar Scene Estimation 

      Arnold, Katherine (University of Waterloo, 2022-08-31)
      A projection mapping display system creates impressive 3D displays with light by mapping a 2D image from a calibrated projector onto a display surface. Projection mapping systems require that geometric information must ...
    • Radiometric Compensation of Nonlinear Projector Camera Systems by Modeling Human Visual Systems 

      Post, Matthew (University of Waterloo, 2023-04-21)
      Radiometric compensation is the process of adjusting the luminance and colour output of images on a display to compensate for non-uniformity of the display. In the case of projector-camera systems, this non-uniformity can ...
    • Randomly-connected Non-Local Conditional Random Fields 

      Shafiee, Mohammad Javad (University of Waterloo, 2017-02-21)
      Structural data modeling is an important field of research. Structural data are the combination of latent variables being related to each other. The incorporation of these relations in modeling and taking advantage of those ...
    • Regularizing Deep Models for Visual Recognition 

      Barshan Tashnizi, Elnaz (University of Waterloo, 2016-10-26)
      Image understanding is a shared goal in all computer vision problems. This objective includes decomposing the image into a set of primitive components through which one can perform region segmentation, region labeling, ...
    • Single-Shot Direct Block Address Encoding for Learning Screen Geometry 

      Farsangi, Sina (University of Waterloo, 2021-09-17)
      3D surface reconstruction has many applications in different domains such as projection mapping, virtual reality, robot navigation, human computer interaction and manufacturing inspection, to name a few. Among different ...
    • Virtual Staining of Photon Absorption Remote Sensing Histology Images: A Promising Approach for Label-Free Histological Imaging 

      Boktor, Marian (University of Waterloo, 2023-09-26)
      Histology is a crucial diagnostic tool in medicine and biological research, providing valuable insights into tissue morphology and cellular structures. However, conventional histological staining methods are time-consuming. ...


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