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Robert Sablatnig Bibtex

@MastersThesis{DIPL-Sablatnig91, author = “Robert {Sablatnig}”, school = “Technische Universit{\”a}t Wien”, title = “Das {L}ichtschnittverfahren, ein {V}erfahren zur {E}rfassung von arch{\”a}ologischen {F}undgegenst{\”a}nden”, year = “1991” } @TechReport{PP-Sablatnig91a, author = “Robert {Sablatnig} and Christian {Menard} and Petros {Dintsis}”, institution = “Vienna University of Technology, Inst. of Computer Aided Automation, Pattern Recognition and Image Processing Group”, number = … Continue reading Robert Sablatnig Bibtex

Handwritten Text Recognition

Status: open Supervisor: Markus Diem, Florian Kleber, Stefan Fiel Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) is an open research topic because of the variety of modern, cursive handwriting. The goal – being able to automatically translate handwritten text into machine readable text – is attractive since HTR would render non-digital born documents accessible. The master thesis will … Continue reading Handwritten Text Recognition

Porting GMM Training to C++

Status: open Supervisors: Paolo Rota and Markus Diem Problem Statement Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) is the most frequent leukaemia entity in children and adolescents. Despite continued progress and refinement of therapeutic approaches, disease relapse due to insufficient extinction of leukaemic Blasts still remains the number one cause of treatment failure. Flow cytometry (FCM) is one … Continue reading Porting GMM Training to C++

Text Detection in Natural Scene Images

Status: open Supervisor: Markus Diem, Florian Kleber, Stefan Fiel Text detection is a challenging task when it comes to natural scene images (think of windows or other architectural patterns which have similar properties as printed text). Moreover, if the degree of freedom is increased and rotated text needs to be detected too, simple line searching … Continue reading Text Detection in Natural Scene Images