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Author Josep Llados; Enric Marti; Juan J.Villanueva edit  openurl
  Title Symbol recognition by error-tolerant subgraph matching between region adjacency graphs Type Journal Article
  Year 2001 Publication IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 23 Issue 10 Pages 1137-1143  
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  Abstract (up) The recognition of symbols in graphic documents is an intensive research activity in the community of pattern recognition and document analysis. A key issue in the interpretation of maps, engineering drawings, diagrams, etc. is the recognition of domain dependent symbols according to a symbol database. In this work we first review the most outstanding symbol recognition methods from two different points of view: application domains and pattern recognition methods. In the second part of the paper, open and unaddressed problems involved in symbol recognition are described, analyzing their current state of art and discussing future research challenges. Thus, issues such as symbol representation, matching, segmentation, learning, scalability of recognition methods and performance evaluation are addressed in this work. Finally, we discuss the perspectives of symbol recognition concerning to new paradigms such as user interfaces in handheld computers or document database and WWW indexing by graphical content.  
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  Notes DAG;IAM;ISE; Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ LMV2001 Serial 1581  
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Author F.Guirado; Ana Ripoll; C.Roig; Aura Hernandez-Sabate; Emilio Luque edit   pdf
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  Title Exploiting Throughput for Pipeline Execution in Streaming Image Processing Applications Type Book Chapter
  Year 2006 Publication Euro-Par 2006 Parallel Processing Abbreviated Journal LNCS  
  Volume 4128 Issue Pages 1095-1105  
  Keywords 12th International Euro–Par Conference  
  Abstract (up) There is a large range of image processing applications that act on an input sequence of image frames that are continuously received. Throughput is a key performance measure to be optimized when execu- ting them. In this paper we propose a new task replication methodology for optimizing throughput for an image processing application in the field of medicine. The results show that by applying the proposed methodo- logy we are able to achieve the desired throughput in all cases, in such a way that the input frames can be processed at any given rate.  
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  Publisher Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg Place of Publication Dresden, Germany (European Union) Editor UAB; W, E.N.; et al.  
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  Series Editor Series Title Lecture Notes In Computer Science Abbreviated Series Title  
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  Area Expedition Conference Euro–Par  
  Notes IAM Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ GRR2006a Serial 1542  
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Author Debora Gil; Jaume Garcia; Ruth Aris; Guillaume Houzeaux; Manuel Vazquez edit   pdf
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  Title A Riemmanian approach to cardiac fiber architecture modelling Type Conference Article
  Year 2009 Publication 1st International Conference on Mathematical & Computational Biomedical Engineering Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 59-62  
  Keywords cardiac fiber architecture; diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging; differential (Rie- mannian) geometry.  
  Abstract (up) There is general consensus that myocardial fiber architecture should be modelled in order to fully understand the electromechanical properties of the Left Ventricle (LV). Diffusion Tensor magnetic resonance Imaging (DTI) is the reference image modality for rapid measurement of fiber orientations by means of the tensor principal eigenvectors. In this work, we present a mathematical framework for across subject comparison of the local geometry of the LV anatomy including the fiber architecture from the statistical analysis of DTI studies. We use concepts of differential geometry for defining a parametric domain suitable for statistical analysis of a low number of samples. We use Riemannian metrics to define a consistent computation of DTI principal eigenvector modes of variation. Our framework has been applied to build an atlas of the LV fiber architecture from 7 DTI normal canine hearts.  
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  Publisher Place of Publication Swansea (UK) Editor Nithiarasu, R.L.R.V.L.  
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  Area Expedition Conference CMBE  
  Notes IAM Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ FGA2009 Serial 1520  
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Author Sergio Vera; Debora Gil; Antonio Lopez; Miguel Angel Gonzalez Ballester edit   pdf
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  Title Multilocal Creaseness Measure Type Journal
  Year 2012 Publication The Insight Journal Abbreviated Journal IJ  
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  Keywords Ridges, Valley, Creaseness, Structure Tensor, Skeleton,  
  Abstract (up) This document describes the implementation using the Insight Toolkit of an algorithm for detecting creases (ridges and valleys) in N-dimensional images, based on the Local Structure Tensor of the image. In addition to the filter used to calculate the creaseness image, a filter for the computation of the structure tensor is also included in this submission.  
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  Corporate Author Alma IT Systems Thesis  
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  Notes IAM;ADAS; Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ VGL2012 Serial 1840  
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Author Debora Gil; Antonio Esteban Lansaque; Agnes Borras; Carles Sanchez edit  url
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  Title Enhancing virtual bronchoscopy with intra-operative data using a multi-objective GAN Type Journal Article
  Year 2019 Publication International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery Abbreviated Journal IJCAR  
  Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages  
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  Abstract (up) This manuscript has been withdrawn by bioRxiv due to upload of an incorrect version of the manuscript by the authors. Therefore, this manuscript should not be cited as reference for this project.  
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  Notes IAM; no menciona Approved no  
  Call Number Admin @ si @ GEB2019 Serial 3307  
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Author Gemma Sanchez; Josep Llados; Enric Marti edit   pdf
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  Title A string-based method to recognize symbols and structural textures in architectural plans Type Conference Article
  Year 1997 Publication 2nd IAPR Workshop on Graphics Recognition Abbreviated Journal  
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  Abstract (up) This paper deals with the recognition of symbols and struc- tural textures in architectural plans using string matching techniques. A plan is represented by an attributed graph whose nodes represent characteristic points and whose edges represent segments. Symbols and textures can be seen as a set of regions, i.e. closed loops in the graph, with a particular arrangement. The search for a symbol involves a graph matching between the regions of a model graph and the regions of the graph representing the document. Discriminating a texture means a clus- tering of neighbouring regions of this graph. Both procedures involve a similarity measure between graph regions. A string codification is used to represent the sequence of outlining edges of a region. Thus, the simila- rity between two regions is defined in terms of the string edit distance between their boundary strings. The use of string matching allows the recognition method to work also under presence of distortion.  
  Address Nancy, France  
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  Notes DAG; IAM Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ SLE1997 Serial 1498  
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Author Josep Llados; Gemma Sanchez; Enric Marti edit   pdf
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  Title A string based method to recognize symbols and structural textures in architectural plans Type Book Chapter
  Year 1998 Publication Graphics Recognition Algorithms and Systems Second International Workshop, GREC' 97 Nancy, France, August 22–23, 1997 Selected Papers Abbreviated Journal LNCS  
  Volume 1389 Issue 1998 Pages 91-103  
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  Abstract (up) This paper deals with the recognition of symbols and structural textures in architectural plans using string matching techniques. A plan is represented by an attributed graph whose nodes represent characteristic points and whose edges represent segments. Symbols and textures can be seen as a set of regions, i.e. closed loops in the graph, with a particular arrangement. The search for a symbol involves a graph matching between the regions of a model graph and the regions of the graph representing the document. Discriminating a texture means a clustering of neighbouring regions of this graph. Both procedures involve a similarity measure between graph regions. A string codification is used to represent the sequence of outlining edges of a region. Thus, the similarity between two regions is defined in terms of the string edit distance between their boundary strings. The use of string matching allows the recognition method to work also under presence of distortion.  
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  Publisher Springer Link Place of Publication Editor  
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  Series Editor Series Title LNCS Abbreviated Series Title  
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  Notes DAG; IAM Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ SLE1998 Serial 1573  
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Author Ole Larsen; Petia Radeva; Enric Marti edit   pdf
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  Title Bounds on the optimal elasticity parameters for a snake Type Journal Article
  Year 1995 Publication Image Analysis and Processing Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 37-42  
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  Abstract (up) This paper develops a formalism by which an estimate for the upper and lower bounds for the elasticity parameters for a snake can be obtained. Objects different in size and shape give rise to different bounds. The bounds can be obtained based on an analysis of the shape of the object of interest. Experiments on synthetic images show a good correlation between the estimated behaviour of the snake and the one actually observed. Experiments on real X-ray images show that the parameters for optimal segmentation lie within the estimated bounds.  
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  Notes MILAB;IAM Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ LRM1995a Serial 1559  
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Author Francesco Brughi; Debora Gil; Llorenç Badiella; Eva Jove Casabella; Oriol Ramos Terrades edit   pdf
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  Title Exploring the impact of inter-query variability on the performance of retrieval systems Type Conference Article
  Year 2014 Publication 11th International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 8814 Issue Pages 413–420  
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  Abstract (up) This paper introduces a framework for evaluating the performance of information retrieval systems. Current evaluation metrics provide an average score that does not consider performance variability across the query set. In this manner, conclusions lack of any statistical significance, yielding poor inference to cases outside the query set and possibly unfair comparisons. We propose to apply statistical methods in order to obtain a more informative measure for problems in which different query classes can be identified. In this context, we assess the performance variability on two levels: overall variability across the whole query set and specific query class-related variability. To this end, we estimate confidence bands for precision-recall curves, and we apply ANOVA in order to assess the significance of the performance across different query classes.  
  Address Algarve; Portugal; October 2014  
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  Publisher Springer International Publishing Place of Publication Editor  
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  Series Editor Series Title Abbreviated Series Title LNCS  
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  ISSN 0302-9743 ISBN 978-3-319-11757-7 Medium  
  Area Expedition Conference ICIAR  
  Notes IAM; DAG; 600.060; 600.061; 600.077; 600.075 Approved no  
  Call Number Admin @ si @ BGB2014 Serial 2559  
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Author Mariano Vazquez; Ruth Aris; Guillaume Hozeaux; R.Aubry; P.Villar;Jaume Garcia ; Debora Gil; Francesc Carreras edit   pdf
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  Title A massively parallel computational electrophysiology model of the heart Type Journal Article
  Year 2011 Publication International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering Abbreviated Journal IJNMBE  
  Volume 27 Issue Pages 1911-1929  
  Keywords computational electrophysiology; parallelization; finite element methods  
  Abstract (up) This paper presents a patient-sensitive simulation strategy capable of using the most efficient way the high-performance computational resources. The proposed strategy directly involves three different players: Computational Mechanics Scientists (CMS), Image Processing Scientists and Cardiologists, each one mastering its own expertise area within the project. This paper describes the general integrative scheme but focusing on the CMS side presents a massively parallel implementation of computational electrophysiology applied to cardiac tissue simulation. The paper covers different angles of the computational problem: equations, numerical issues, the algorithm and parallel implementation. The proposed methodology is illustrated with numerical simulations testing all the different possibilities, ranging from small domains up to very large ones. A key issue is the almost ideal scalability not only for large and complex problems but also for medium-size meshes. The explicit formulation is particularly well suited for solving this highly transient problems, with very short time-scale.  
  Address Swansea (UK)  
  Corporate Author John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Thesis  
  Publisher John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Place of Publication Editor  
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  Notes IAM Approved no  
  Call Number IAM @ iam @ VAH2011 Serial 1198  
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