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Barhoumi W.,Intelligent Imaging Systems
Signal, Image and Video Processing | Year: 2015

In this paper, we adapt the co-segmentation for the fundamental problem of segmenting automatically and accurately highly articulated athletes in a large variety of poses without any initialization or prior knowledge. Our intention is to reduce the complexity of athlete segmentation by formulating it as a constrained 2D pair of frames’ co-segmentation, in order to extract the common foreground objects under unconstrained environments without any user input. In fact, the co-segmentation allows to integrate implicitly the temporal information for automatic moving object segmentation without any assumption or prior knowledge on camera motion. The proposed method was applied on various real-world video sequences of athletic sports meetings, and promising results are obtained. Experiments show that suggested method witnessed a significant improvement over background subtraction methods, which are commonly used for athlete segmentation. © 2014, Springer-Verlag London. Source


Patent
Intelligent Imaging Systems | Date: 2012-03-07

A location enabled mobile wireless device and central system cooperate to provide traffic control such as vehicle inspection site services and toll station services. Traffic control information such as vehicle inspection site information and toll station information is independently processed by a third party provider and sent to the central system. The mobile wireless device monitors its location and sends location and vehicle related information to the central system. The central system compares data from the third party provider and the mobile wireless device. The mobile wireless device or the central system take an action based on the comparison, such as toll payment or vehicle inspection site operations.


Trademark
Intelligent Imaging Systems | Date: 2015-06-01

Retinal screening systems for use by primary care clinicians and staff in order to capture retinal images for upload and analysis for the diagnosis of retinopathy, comprised of cameras, computers, and tables, excluding devices used in ophthalmic surgery. Retinal screening system installation services for primary care clinicians and staff in order to capture retinal images for upload and analysis for the diagnosis of retinopathy, excluding devices used in ophthalmic surgery. Providing non-downloadable software in the nature of a web-based platform for retinal image screening and interpretation for the diagnosis of retinopathy. Retinal image interpretation services for the diagnosis of retinopathy performed on images taken with retinal screening systems, excluding information regarding implants or ophthalmic surgery.


Trademark
Intelligent Imaging Systems | Date: 2015-06-01

Retinal screening systems for use by primary care clinicians and staff in order to capture retinal images for upload and analysis for the diagnosis of retinopathy, comprised of cameras, computers, and tables, excluding devices used in ophthalmic surgery. Retinal screening system installation services for primary care clinicians and staff in order to capture retinal images for upload and analysis for the diagnosis of retinopathy, excluding devices used in ophthalmic surgery. Providing non-downloadable software in the nature of a web-based platform for retinal image screening and interpretation for the diagnosis of retinopathy. Retinal image interpretation services for the diagnosis of retinopathy performed on images taken with retinal screening systems, excluding information regarding implants or ophthalmic surgery.


Patent
Intelligent Imaging Systems | Date: 2012-09-27

Magnetometers under the road surface detect variations in the vertical and longitudinal horizontal components of the magnetic field over time in response to passing vehicles. A trajectory of these components in the phase space of these field components is regularized to obtain a magnetic signature. Magnetic signatures are compared using cross-correlation over arc length to identify vehicles. Inductance sensors can be used to detect vehicles and help determine the beginning and end of magnetic signatures.

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