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Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a kind of dementia that is mostly experienced by people who are in the age of early 60s. In AD, brain cells that are responsible for forming memories and cognitive decisions, get affected which causes overall gray matter shrinkage in the human brain. Since AD patients...
Action prediction, also called early action recognition, is about recognizing an action in a video with partial observation. Various methods have been developed to tackle either offline or early action recognition, including deep learning approaches. In a family of deep learning methods, video...
Image classification systems have been found vulnerable to adversarial attack, which is imperceptible to human but can easily fool deep neural networks. Recent researches indicate that regularizing the network by introducing randomness could greatly improve the model’s robustness against...
In recent years video-based crowd counting and density estimation (CCDE) have become essential for crowd analysis. Current approaches rarely exploit spatial–temporal features for CCDE, and they also usually do not consider measures to minimize the frame's background influence for obtaining crowd...
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