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Research interests

Big data analytics, predictive modelling, image processing, computer vision, brain-inspired algorithm, machine learning


Classification of radio galaxies with trainable COSFIRE filters

Advances on the morphological classification of radio galaxiesreview: A review

Bidirectional piecewise linear representation of time series with application to collective anomaly detection

Biometric Recognition of African Clawed Frogs

COFI - Coarse-semantic to fine-instance unsupervised mitochondria segmentation in EM

Deep supervised hashing for fast retrieval of radio image cubes

Fall detection with a non-intrusive and first-person vision approach

Fall detection with event-based data: A case study

Pre-insemination prediction of dystocia in dairy cattle

Segmentation in large-scale cellular electron microscopy with deep learning: A literature survey

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Voordrachten Ben Feringa Impact Award bekend

Predicting Calving Problems Before Insemination

Camera sensor imperfections help identify devices

Camera “Fingerprints” Help Police Catch Criminals

Police Can Trace Cameras Thanks to Sensor Imperfection ‘Fingerprints’

Police Can Trace Cameras Thanks to Sensor Imperfection ‘Fingerprints’

Computer scientists have developed a new tool to link digital media to their maker — ScienceDaily

Sensor imperfections are perfect for forensic camera analysis

Sensorfehler sind perfekt für die forensische Kameraanalyse

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