Peter Bodnar

Peter Bodnar
University of Szeged · Department of Image Processing and Computer Graphics

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September 2015 - September 2016
University of Szeged
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  • Research Assistant

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Background: Hypointense lesions on T1-weighted images have important clinical relevance in multiple sclerosis patients. Traditionally, spin-echo (SE) sequences are used to assess these lesions (termed black holes), but Fast Spoiled Gradient-Echo (FSPGR) sequences provide an excellent alternative. Objective: To determine whether the contrast differ...
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Visual codes play an important role in automatic identification, which became an inseparable part of industrial processes. Thanks to the revolution of smartphones and telecommunication, it also becomes more and more popular in everyday life, containing embedded web addresses or other small informative texts. While barcode reading is straightforward...
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The use of computer-readable visual codes became common in our everyday life both in industrial environments and for private use. The reading process of visual codes consists of two steps, namely, localization and data decoding. In this paper we examine the localization step of visual codes using conventional and deep rectifier neural networks. The...
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Convexity is a well-known shape descriptor that can be used for various applications of digital image processing. The concept of directional convexity of binary images has been recently studied in the field of binary tomography and image segmentation. It has been also investigated how the amount of convexity can be measured in the binary case. In t...
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There are several measures for the convexity of digital images that extend the basic binary decision of the classic geometrical convexity. Some algorithms measure the convexity of a binary image using intensity profiles from horizontal and vertical directions. In this paper, we generalize the idea of binary, directional convexity and evaluate the p...
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Balázs et al. (Fundamenta Informaticae 141:151–167, 2015) proposed a measure of directional convexity of binary images based on the geometric definition of shape convexity. The measure is useful for various applications of digital image processing and pattern recognition, especially in binary tomography. Here we provide an improvement of this measu...
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In this paper we propose a new idea to design a measure for shape descriptors based on the concept of Q-convexity. The new measure extends the directional convexity measure defined in [2] to a two-dimensional convexity measure. The derived shape descriptors have the following features: (1) their values range from 0 to 1; (2) their values equal 1 if...
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Background Previous functional and structural imaging studies have revealed that subcortical structures play a key a role in pain processing. The recurring painful episodes might trigger maladaptive plasticity or alternatively degenerative processes that might be detected by MRI as changes in size or microstructure. In the current investigation, we...
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Usage of computer-readable visual codes is common in everyday life. The reading process of visual codes consists of two steps, localization and data decoding. This paper introduces a fast and robust method for localization of visual codes using Fuzzy Inference Systems based on simplistic, attentive features which can be optionally extended with cel...
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Usage of computer-readable visual codes became common in our everyday life at industrial environments and private use. The reading process of visual codes consists of two steps, localization and data decoding. This paper introduces a new method for QR code localization using conventional and deep rectifier neural networks. The structure of the neur...
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Usage of computer-readable visual codes became common in our everyday life at industrial environments and private use. The reading process of visual codes consists of two steps: localization and data decoding. Unsupervised localization is desirable at industrial setups and for visually impaired people. This paper examines localization efficiency of...
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Barcode localization is an essential step of the barcode reading process. For industrial environments, having high-resolution cameras and eventful scenarios, fast and reliable localization is crucial. Images acquired in those setups have limited parameters, however, they vary at each application. In earlier works we have already presented various b...
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Barcode detection is required in a wide range of real-life applications. Imaging conditions and techniques vary considerably and each application has its own requirements for detection speed and accuracy. In our earlier works we used uniform partitioning with several approaches for detection of various types of 1D and 2D barcodes and showed their b...
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Barcode detection is required in a wide range of real-life applications. Imaging conditions and techniques vary considerably and each application has its own requirements for detection speed and accuracy. In our earlier works we built barcode detectors using morphological operations and uniform partitioning with several approaches and showed their...
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Barcode detection is required in a wide range of real-life applications. Imaging conditions and techniques vary considerably and each application has its own requirements for detection speed and accuracy. In our earlier works we built barcode detectors using morphological operations and uniform partitioning with several approaches and showed their...
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Barcode detection has many applications and detection methods. Each application has its own requirements for speed and detection accuracy. Fine-tuning, upgrading or combining existing methods gives fast and robust solutions for detection. Modern computer vision techniques help the whole process to be fully automated. Different detection approaches...

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