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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Applications. Venu Govindaraju Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering University at Buffalo go [email protected] Research Projects. Document Image Analysis and Recognition Interactive Recognition NSF: 2003-04 Digital Libraries NSF: 2002-04

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Applications

Venu Govindaraju

Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering

University at Buffalo

[email protected]


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Research Projects

  • Document Image Analysis and Recognition

    • Interactive Recognition NSF: 2003-04

    • Digital Libraries NSF: 2002-04

    • Public Health Surveillance NSF: 2003-04

  • Unified Biometrics and Sensors

    • Biometric Systems NYSTAR: 2003-0

    • Fingerprint Recognition Ultra-Scan Inc: 2002-04

    • Hand Geometry Infinite Group Inc : 2003-04

    • Cancelable BiometricsCUBRC: 2003-04

    • Patho-biometrics AFMIC: 2003-04


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Document Analysis and Recognition

Goal: Everything that can be done with symbolically encoded datacan also be done with scanned hardcopy documents.  

Searching document images, presenting them legibly,navigating within and among them.


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I Interactive Recognition Models

Ranked Lexicon

Context

PhD Student: Vemulapati Ramanaprasad


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I Interactive Recognition Models

Ranked Lexicon

Context



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Structural Features, BAG

End

Loops

Junction

End

Loop

Turns



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II Multilingual Digital Libraries

  • South Asian Languages

    • Hindi (Devanagari script), Urdu (Arabic Script), Telugu

    • Covers a billion people!

    • Script discrimination

    • Multilingual querying

PhD Students: Faisal Farooq, Surya Kompalli


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Digital Library application

Document Truth

Grayscale Images

Manual Truthing

Multi-lingual Query Panel

english

OCR design

Semi-Automatic Annotation

Script Analysis

Multilingual

Digital

Archives


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II Public Health Surveillance

Thousands are filed a day.

Passed from EMS to Hospital.

PCR Purpose:

  • Medical care/diagnosis

  • Legal Documentation

  • Quality Assurance

  • EMS Abbreviations

  • COPD Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

  • CHF Congestive Heart Failure

  • D/S Dextrose in Saline

  • PID Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

  • GSW Gunshot Wound

  • NKA No known allergies

  • KVO Keep vein open

  • NaCL Sodium Chloride

  • PhD Student: Robert Milewski


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    Medical Text Recognition and Data Mining

    Check box recognition, Numeral recognition

    Large lexicons, partial recognition, abbreviations

    ChronicObstructive PulmonaryDisease”: CRC-OBV-UOARY-DISAE

    Contextual knowledge, constraints and lexicon reduction


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    Unified Biometrics and Sensors

    Biometrics are automated methods of identifying a person or verifying the identity of a person based on a physiological or behavioral characteristic.


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    I UB STARS: Unobtrusive Biometric Sense Transmit Assess and Respond Systems

    Biometrics

    (Pattern

    Recognition &

    Analysis)

    Govindaraju

    Light Sources

    (Materials

    Development &

    Characterization)

    Analog VLSI

    (Smart Systems)

    Packaged

    Device

    Cartwright (EE)

    Titus (EE)

    Sensors

    (Materials

    Development)

    Bright (Chem)

    Cartwright &


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    II. Fingerprint Analysis and Recognition

    PhD Students: Tsai-yang Jea, Chaohong Wu


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    Partial matching

    ?

    Latent partial fingerprints


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    III Hand Geometry

    Hand geometry biometrics

    and fingerprints


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    IV Cancelable Biometrics

    • Intentional, repeatable distortion of biometric signal based on a chosen transform

    • One-way non-invertible mapping using another biometric data giving layered security

    • Transform minutiae points on fingerprints using signature features

    PhD Student: Sergey Tulyakov


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    V Animal Biometrics

    Visible Symptoms of FMD

    • Straying from the herd

    • Swaying gait, sometimes with high stepping of the feet

    • Difficulties in walking or getting up

    • Loss of weight, milk yield


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    Original image

    Animals

    Empty field

    Texture Analysis


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    Other Projects

    • Signature Verification

      • HanSheng Lei (PhD) Srinivas Palla (MS)

    • Devanagari OCR

      • Swapnil Khedekar (MS)

    • Biometric Data Representation

      • Viraj Chavan (MS)

    • Web Security and CAPTCHA

      • Sumit Manocha (MS)

    • Video HWR

      • Sijun Kung (PhD)


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