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Banţă, Diana (author), Kho, Sydney (author), Lantink, Anna (author), Marin, Alexandru (author), Petkov, Vladimir (author)
Watermarks are historical motifs present in the texture of paper that are commonly used to identify the paper manufacturers. They only become visible when viewed under certain light conditions. Under ideal circumstances, researchers may use watermarks to determine a historical document’s origins and context. To identify a watermark, it is...
student report 2023
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Botha, Christiaan (author)
Clustering forms a major part of showing different relations between data points. Real-time clustering algorithms can visualise relationships between elements in a 3D environment, provide an analysis of data that is separate from the underlying structure and show how the data changes over time. <br/>This paper analyses whether conventional...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Rozsas, Arpad (author), Slobbe, Arthur (author), Huizinga, Wyke (author), Kruithof, Maarten (author), Ajithkumar Pillai, Krishna (author), Kleijn, Kelvin (author), Giardina, Giorgia (author)
This paper proposes an automated approach to predict crack pattern similarities that correlate well with assessment by structural engineers. We use Siamese convolutional neural networks (SCNN) that take two crack pattern images as inputs and output scalar similarity measures. We focus on 2D masonry facades with and without openings. The image...
journal article 2022
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Rózsás, Árpád (author), Slobbe, Arthur (author), Huizinga, Wyke (author), Kruithof, Maarten (author), Giardina, Giorgia (author)
The degree of similarity between damage patterns often correlates with the likelihood of having similar damage causes. Therefore, deciding whether crack patterns are similar is one of the key steps in assessing the conditions of masonry structures. To our knowledge, no literature has been published regarding masonry crack pattern similarity...
conference paper 2021
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Tao, Yaguang (author), Both, Alan (author), Silveira, Rodrigo I. (author), Buchin, Kevin (author), Sijben, Stef (author), Purves, Ross S. (author), Laube, Patrick (author), Peng, D.L. (author), Toohey, Kevin (author), Duckham, Matt (author)
Computing trajectory similarity is a fundamental operation in movement analytics, required in search, clustering, and classification of trajectories, for example. Yet the range of different but interrelated trajectory similarity measures can be bewildering for researchers and practitioners alike. This paper describes a systematic comparison...
journal article 2021
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Haus, Michael (author), Ott, Jorg (author), Ding, Aaron Yi (author)
For indoor IoT environments, spontaneous device associations are of particular interest where users establish a connection in an ad-hoc manner to enable serendipitous interaction. For instance, between a user's personal device and devices the user encounters in the surrounding environment. Our system for device grouping named DevLoc takes...
conference paper 2020
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Yan, Gaowei (author), Jia, Songda (author), Ding, Jie (author), Xu, Xinying (author), Pang, Y. (author)
In this paper, a local cloud model similarity measurement (CMSM) is proposed as a novel method to measure the similarity of time series. Time series similarity measurement is an indispensable part for improving the efficiency and accuracy of prediction. The randomness and uncertainty of series data are critical problems in the processing of...
journal article 2018
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Sillevis Smitt, W.W. (author), Bruggeman, B. (author)
conference paper 1996
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