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#1Chang Hyun ParkH-Index: 1
#1Chang Hyun Park (Yonsei University)H-Index: 1
Last. Sangyoun LeeH-Index: 19
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Multi-person pose estimation has been gaining considerable interest due to its use in several real-world applications, such as activity recognition, motion capture, and augmented reality. Although the improvement of the accuracy and speed of multi-person pose estimation techniques has been recently studied, limitations still exist in balancing these two aspects. In this paper, a novel knowledge distilled lightweight top-down pose network (KDLPN) is proposed that balances computational complexity...
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#2Dong-Kyu Lee (CBNU: Chungbuk National University)H-Index: 6
Last. Seok-Cheol KeeH-Index: 3
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Although numerous road segmentation studies have utilized vision data, obtaining robust classification is still challenging due to vision sensor noise and target object deformation. Long-distance images are still problematic because of blur and low resolution, and these features make distinguishing roads from objects difficult. This study utilizes light detection and ranging (LiDAR), which generates information that camera images lack, such as distance, height, and intensity, as a reliable suppl...
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Last. Toshihiko KiwaH-Index: 23
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Cancer genome analysis has recently attracted attention for personalized cancer treatment. In this treatment, evaluation of the ratio of cancer cells in a specimen tissue is essential for the precise analysis of the genome. Conventionally, the evaluation takes at least two days and depends on the skill of the pathologist. In our group, a terahertz chemical microscope (TCM) was developed to easily and quickly measure the number of cancer cells in a solution. In this study, an antibody was immobil...
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Imaging sonar systems are widely used for monitoring fish behavior in turbid or low ambient light waters. For analyzing fish behavior in sonar images, fish segmentation is often required. In this paper, Mask R-CNN is adopted for segmenting fish in sonar images. Sonar images acquired from different shallow waters can be quite different in the contrast between fish and the background. That difference can make Mask R-CNN trained on examples collected from one fish farm ineffective to fish segmentat...
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As nuclear technology evolves, and continues to be used in various fields since its discovery less than a century ago, radiation safety has become a major concern to humans and the environment. Radiation monitoring plays a significant role in preventive radiological nuclear detection in nuclear facilities, hospitals, or in any activities associated with radioactive materials by acting as a tool to measure the risk of being exposed to radiation while reaping its benefit. Apart from in occupationa...
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Bayesian Network (BN) models are being successfully applied to improve fault diagnosis, which in turn can improve equipment uptime and customer service. Most of these BN models are essentially trained using quantitative data obtained from sensors. However, sensors may not be able to cover all faults and therefore such BN models would be incomplete. Furthermore, many systems have maintenance logs that can serve as qualitative data, potentially containing historic causation information in unstruct...
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#1Alejandra ConsejoH-Index: 12
#1Alejandra Consejo (PAN: Polish Academy of Sciences)
Last. Ahmed AbassH-Index: 9
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Purpose: To quantify the effect of levelling the corneal surface around the optical axis on the calculated values of corneal asphericity when conic and biconic models are used to fit the anterior corneal surface. Methods: This cross-sectional study starts with a mathematical simulation proving the concept of the effect that the eye’s tilt has on the corneal asphericity calculation. Spherical, conic and biconic models are considered and compared. Further, corneal asphericity is analysed in the ey...
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#2Ho Kyung LeeH-Index: 2
Last. Il Tae KimH-Index: 21
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We designed simply fabricated, highly sensitive, and cost-effective dual-polymer-coated Fabry–Perot interferometer (DFPI)-based temperature sensors by employing thermosensitive polymers and non-thermosensitive polymers, as well as different two successive dip-coating techniques (stepwise dip coating and polymer mixture coating). Seven sensors were fabricated using different polymer combinations for performance optimization. The experiments demonstrated that the stepwise dip-coated dual thermosen...
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#1Trung Thien HoangH-Index: 4
#2Luke SyH-Index: 4
Last. Thanh Nho DoH-Index: 19
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Soft actuators (SAs) have been used in many compliant robotic structure and wearable devices, due to their safe interaction with the wearers. Despite advances, the capability of current SAs is limited by scalability, high hysteresis, and slow responses. In this paper, a new class of soft, scalable, and high-aspect ratio fiber-reinforced hydraulic SAs is introduced. The new SA uses a simple fabrication process of insertion where a hollow elastic rubber tube is directly inserted into a constrained...
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#2Kyung-Lim JoaH-Index: 9
Last. Sangmin LeeH-Index: 1
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In this study, a wearable inertial measurement unit system was introduced to assess patients via the Berg balance scale (BBS), a clinical test for balance assessment. For this purpose, an automatic scoring algorithm was developed. The principal aim of this study is to improve the performance of the machine-learning-based method by introducing a deep-learning algorithm. A one-dimensional (1D) convolutional neural network (CNN) and a gated recurrent unit (GRU) that shows good performance in multiv...
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