Over the last two decades, we have witnessed an explosive growth in both the diversity of
techniques and the range of applications of image processing. However, the area of color
image processing is still sporadically covered, despite having become commonplace, with
consumers choosing the convenience of color imaging over traditional grayscale imaging.
The background to the contents of this thesis is my position as a Patent Engineer at Ericsson AB, where I am responsible for the patenting of innovations within the technology area of DRM. A need for an overview of DRM indicating the innovation trends was identified. The thesis is of interest for Ericsson’s patent & licensing development, as well as for development engineers working and innovating within DRM at Ericsson.
Sentence compression is the task of producing a summary at the sentence level. This paper focuses on three aspects of this task which have not received detailed treatment in the literature: training requirements, scalability, and automatic evaluation. We provide a novel comparison between a supervised constituentbased and an weakly supervised wordbased compression algorithm and examine how these models port to different domains (written vs. spoken text).
We present a model for sentence compression that uses a discriminative largemargin learning framework coupled with a novel feature set deﬁned on compressed bigrams as well as deep syntactic representations provided by auxiliary dependency and phrase-structure parsers. The parsers are trained out-of-domain and contain a signiﬁcant amount of noise. We argue that the discriminative nature of the learning algorithm allows the model to learn weights relative to any noise in the feature set to optimize compression accuracy directly.
Chapter 10: Discrete cosine transform. This chapter presents the following content: Moving into the frequency domain, fourier transform, what do frequencies mean in an image? The road to compression, low pass image compression example, the discrete cosine transform,...
We report here the first crystal structure of a stable isosteric
analogue of 1,3-bisphospho-D-glyceric acid (1,3-BPGA)
bound to the catalytic domain of Trypanosoma cruzi
glycosomal glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase
(gGAPDH)in which the two phosphoryl moieties interact
with Arg249. This complex possibly illustrates a step of the
catalytic process by which Arg249 may induce compression
of the product formed, allowing its expulsion fromthe active
Lecture Digital image processing include the content: Introduction to Image processing and matlab; image acquisition, types, and file I/O; image arithmetic; spatial and frequency domain filter design; mage restoration and blind deconvolution;...