Sohaib Younis

Sohaib Younis
Senckenberg Research Institute · Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BikF)

Master of Science

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Additional affiliations
July 2017 - October 2020
Senckenberg Research Institute
Position
  • Researcher
Education
October 2012 - December 2015
University of Hamburg
Field of study
  • Intelligent Adaptive Systems
September 2007 - September 2011

Publications

Publications (10)
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International mass digitization efforts through infrastructures like the European Distributed System of Scientific Collections (DiSSCo), the US resource for Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (iDigBio), the National Specimen Information Infrastructure (NSII) of China, and Australia’s digitization of National Research Collections (NRCA Digital...
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As herbarium specimens are increasingly becoming digitised and accessible in online repositories, advanced computer vision techniques are being used to extract information from them. The presence of certain plant organs on herbarium sheets is useful information in various scientific contexts and automatic recognition of these organs will help mobil...
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As herbarium specimens are increasingly becoming digitized and accessible in online repositories, advanced computer vision techniques are being used to extract information from them. The presence of certain plant organs on herbarium sheets is useful information in various scientific contexts and automatic recognition of these organs will help mobil...
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Based on own work on species and trait recognition and complementary studies from other working groups, we present a workflow for data extraction from digitized herbarium specimens using convolutional neural networks. Digitized herbarium sheets contain: preserved plant material as well as additional objects: the label containing information on the...
Conference Paper
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Herbarium collections have been the foundation of taxonomical research for centuries and become increasingly important for related fields such as plant ecology or biogeography. Herbaria worldwide are estimated to include c. 400 million specimens, by inclusion of type specimens cover with few exceptions all known plant taxa (c. 350 000 species) and...
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Herbaria worldwide are housing a treasure of 100s of millions of herbarium specimens, which are increasingly being digitized in recent years and thereby made more easily accessible to the scientific community. At the same time, deep learning algorithms are rapidly improving pattern recognition from images and these techniques are more and more bein...
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Herbaria worldwide are housing a treasure of hundreds of millions of herbarium specimens, which are increasingly being digitized and thereby more accessible to the scientific community. At the same time, deep-learning algorithms are rapidly improving pattern recognition from images and these techniques are more and more being applied to biological...

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