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Hierarchical classification with reject option for live fish recognition

Phoenix X. Huang, Bastiaan J. Boom, Robert B. Fisher
2014 Machine Vision and Applications  
We present a novel Balance-Enforced Optimized Tree with Reject option (BEOTR) for live fish recognition.  ...  A live fish recognition system is needed in application scenarios where manual annotation is too expensive, i.e. too many underwater videos.  ...  Section 3 describes the proposed live fish recognition system with reject option. Section 4 shows experimental results in an underwater observational system and conclusions are drawn in Section 5.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00138-014-0641-2 fatcat:x7lqyu7w4jcqvdqrt5sofzrkhe

GMM improves the reject option in hierarchical classification for fish recognition

Phoenix X. Huang, Bastiaan J. Boom, Robert B. Fisher
2014 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision  
This paper presents a novel rejection system in a hierarchical classification method for fish species recognition.  ...  A reject option in classification is useful to filter less confident decisions of known classes or to detect and remove untrained classes.  ...  The main contribution of this paper is a novel rejection system in hierarchical classification for fish species recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wacv.2014.6836076 dblp:conf/wacv/HuangBF14 fatcat:f3ogewugtzakvi5qco2qxhtgyq

Classification of Serranidae Species Using Color Based Statistical Features

Bilal İşçimen, Yakup Kutlu, Cemal Turan
2017 Natural and Engineering Sciences  
Hence, totally 21 features were extracted for each fish sample.  ...  In each image, a fish was located on a white background floor with the same position and the images were taken from different distances.  ...  Acknowledgements The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK -214O575) and 13909 numbered Scientific Research Project in Mustafa Kemal University provide financial support partially for  ... 
doi:10.28978/nesciences.292352 fatcat:blmjlyg6hfc3vnoycdtaoxudby

Recent advances of machine vision technology in fish classification

Daoliang Li, Qi Wang, Xin Li, Meilin Niu, He Wang, Chunhong Liu, Cigdem Beyan
2022 ICES Journal of Marine Science  
Automatic classification of different species of fish is important for the comprehension of marine ecology, fish behaviour analysis, aquaculture management, and fish health monitoring.  ...  In addition, the successful application of rapidly emerging deep learning techniques in machine vision has brought new opportunities for fish classification.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the anonymous reviewers and editors for their comments, which have greatly improved the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsab264 fatcat:3keyhjom2fhb7fuwayffowww6i

Interactive, Mobile, Distributed Pattern Recognition [chapter]

George Nagy
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It is more suitable for the recognition of natural patterns in a narrow domain like trees, weeds or faces than for symbolic patterns like letters and phonemes.  ...  Interactive classification is often more accurate then algorithmic classification, and requires less time than the unaided human.  ...  Mobile Recognition Mobile recognition systems with hand-held cameras offer obvious advantages for recognizing objects outside the office or home.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11553595_5 fatcat:uiaxsc52sfdgja242f4tuw7uhm

The use of hierarchies as organizational models in systematics

Eric B. Knox
1998 Biological Journal of the Linnean Society  
When isomorphic with nature, hierarchies are useful for organizing and manipulating our knowledge.  ...  Cladistic analysis of descent can be supplemented with an analysis of modification that provides the class concepts needed to construct an evolutionary/phylogenetic classification.  ...  system and the exchange of energy and matter with its environment means that a living cell is not materially identical with itself from one moment to another (cf.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1095-8312.1998.tb01637.x pmid:9480729 fatcat:ao4lebwmgbhejozuxdolijdn6i

The use of hierarchies as organizational models in systematics

E KNOX
1998 Biological Journal of the Linnean Society  
When isomorphic with nature, hierarchies are useful for organizing and manipulating our knowledge.  ...  Cladistic analysis of descent can be supplemented with an analysis of modification that provides the class concepts needed to construct an evolutionary/phylogenetic classification.  ...  system and the exchange of energy and matter with its environment means that a living cell is not materially identical with itself from one moment to another (cf.  ... 
doi:10.1006/bijl.1997.0181 fatcat:yzuefuysbfdyvobg56zf43pgpa

Sketch-based Modeling of Parameterized Objects [article]

Chen Yang, Dana Sharon, Michiel Van De Panne
2005 Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling  
We apply our sketch-recognition and modeling algorithms to sketches of cups and mugs, airplanes, and fish.  ...  The core of the system is a sketch recognition algorithm that seeks to match the points and curves of a set of given 2D templates to the sketch.  ...  The polygon lives in a coordinate system that is defined by the parent edge.  ... 
doi:10.2312/sbm/sbm05/063-072 fatcat:k2v4ppvrf5akndkgxqvpgede3a

Incorporating Metadata in Multibiometric Score-Level Fusion: an Optimized Architecture

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
The proposed method involves taking non-biometric information into account in the biometric recognition process to improve system performance.  ...  Dealing with the affective computing, the influence of emotion on the performance of biometric systems is explored. Finally, a typology of biometric adaptation is discussed.  ...  The rejection option represents the intermediate zone (uncertainty zone) that leads to the next step ( ) with the addition of additional data.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.a4118.119119 fatcat:65dmxhmcdbhfhhzcpfxinaykly

The Pedagogy of Detachment and Decolonial Options

Cecilia Salinas
2020 Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education  
I illustrate the effects of what I call a pedagogic of detachment and argue for a decolonial option of the modern school system.  ...  I will start with my personal history as a minority pupil in Argentina and will also use cases from my experiences as an immigrant in the Norwegian school system and from my ethnographic work among the  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Rune Flikke and Lena Gross for their insightful comments in the early versions of this article.  ... 
doi:10.7577/njcie.3563 fatcat:ecjkevf27jfg3nyfkl6iprz45m

Genre as noise: noise in genre

Andrea Stubbe, Christoph Ringlstetter, Klaus U. Schulz
2007 International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition  
Using special error dictionaries, we estimate the typical error rates for each genre. We finally test if the error rate of a document represents a useful feature for genre classification. 3.  ...  With the use of two levels and 32 leaf categories in the genre hierarchy we want to guarantee sufficient granularity for practical applications, simultaneously offering the possibility to return to a coarser  ...  Here classifier combination would be a first option as for some of the genres Bayes and for others SVMs lead to better classification. Comparison with previous work on genre classification.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10032-007-0060-2 fatcat:uvvznwc3ofawdh4huvzwndxp7u

Do ecosystem service frameworks represent people's values?

Phoebe R. Maund, Katherine N. Irvine, Martin Dallimer, Robert Fish, Gail E. Austen, Zoe G. Davies
2020 Ecosystem Services  
Here, we use the Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES) to examine the extent to which frameworks capture people's values for British woodlands.  ...  The considerable refinement and specificity provided by CICES does not align with public values (e.g. some provisioning, and regulation and maintenance, services), which tend to be more generalised.  ...  with living systems that depend on presence in the environmental setting') and indirect-use ('remote, often indoor interactions with living systems that do not require presence in the environmental setting  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101221 pmid:33312854 pmcid:PMC7722506 fatcat:j22t6fksijaglakj66r7g727se

Semantics and Planning Based Workflow Composition for Video Processing

Gayathri Nadarajan, Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Robert B. Fisher
2013 Journal of Grid Computing  
The findings indicate that using this integrated workflow composition and execution method: 1) provides a speed up of over 90% in execution time for video classification tasks using full automatic processing  ...  In addition, the pervasiveness of video data has proliferated the need for more automated assistance for image processing-naive users, but no adequate support has been provided as of yet.  ...  Fish detection, counting and tracking in video. a) T1: Video classification. (b) T2: Fish detection and counting in frames. (c) T1 & T3: Video classification, fish detection and tracking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10723-013-9263-6 fatcat:cikk7uvegvfkba5xk6pkwinwum

MorphoCluster: Efficient Annotation of Plankton images by Clustering [article]

Simon-Martin Schröder, Rainer Kiko, Reinhard Koch
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we present MorphoCluster, a software tool for data-driven, fast and accurate annotation of large image data sets.  ...  By sorting a set of 1.2M objects into 280 data-driven classes in 71 hours (16k objects per hour), with 90% of these classes having a precision of 0.889 or higher.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank Svenja Christiansen, Jean-Olivier Irisson and Marc Picheral for insightful discussions on plankton image sorting.  ... 
arXiv:2005.01595v1 fatcat:p6cki22y35dmbpjx54nlpr2c3a

Error and variance bounds on sigmoidal neurons with weight and input errors

D. Lovell, P. Bartlett, T. Downs
1992 Electronics Letters  
Through "training with a teacher", Fukushima hoped to obtain a character recognition system that was tolerant of shifts and deformations in input images.  ...  Until now though, it has not been clear whether Fukushima's approach has resulted in a network that can rival the performance of other recognition systems.  ...  recognition system.  ... 
doi:10.1049/el:19920480 fatcat:7iaahjyx3nfv3h56vprtu3otfi
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