Article asserts that the foot is a vital organ, as it stabilizes the impact forces between the human skeletal system and the ground. The authors present an instep girth measurement algorithm, and they used a pixel per metric algorithm for measurement; these algorithms were accordingly integrated with the application.
December 6, 2022
Rafiq, Riyad Bin; Hoque, Kazi Miftahul; Kabir, Muhammad Ashad; Ahmed, Sayed & Laird, Craig
Data management plan for the grant, "Collaborative Research: CyberTraining: Pilot: Research Workforce Development for Deep Learning Systems in Advanced GPU Cyberinfrastructure." This project aims to develop a novel set of interactive training materials, including hands-on lecture modules, invited research talks from renowned researchers, and an interdisciplinary collaborative project in an intensive workshop, integrating a wide variety of advanced and inter-connected techniques employed by research workforce for deep learning (DL) systems in advanced GPU cyberinfrastructure (CI). Specifically, this project focuses on training seniors, graduate students, and researchers on how advanced GPU CI can be efficiently utilized and improved to enable high-performance DL systems for data-intensive DL applications in geoscience (GS) and computer science and engineering (CSE) research. The goal is to foster future CI users and contributors to adopt, develop, and improve advanced GPU CI for DL systems in their research.
Article implements and tests the performances of several approximation algorithms for computing the minimum dominating set of a graph. This article belongs to the Special Issue: Algorithms for Hard Graph Problems.
December 14, 2020
Shahrokhi, Farhad; Li, Jonathan & Potru, Rohan
Article describes experiment where proteomic sable isotope probing (SIP) was combined with targeted metagenomic binning to reconstruct metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) of the microorganisms producing labeled proteins. Carbon flows were tracked from 13CO2 to the rhizosphere communities of Zea mays, Triticum aestivum, and Arabidopsis thaliana.
December 6, 2019
Li, Zhou; Yao, Qiuming; Guo, Xuan; Crits-Christoph, Alexander; Mayes, Melanie A.; Hervey, William Judson IV et al.
In this research, multi-perspective image registration using LiDAR and visual images was considered. 2D-3D image registration is a difficult task because it requires the extraction of different semantic features from each modality. This problem is solved in three parts. The first step involves detection and extraction of common features from each of the data sets. The second step consists of associating the common features between two different modalities. Traditional methods use lines or orthogonal corners as common features. The third step consists of building the projection matrix. Many existing methods use global positing system (GPS) or inertial navigation system (INS) for an initial estimate of the camera pose. However, the approach discussed herein does not use GPS, INS, or any such devices for initial estimate; hence the model can be used in places like the lunar surface or Mars where GPS or INS are not available. A variation of the method is also described, which does not require strong features from both images but rather uses intensity gradients in the image. This can be useful when one image does not have strong features (such as lines) or there are too many extraneous features.