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      10 September 1998, Volume 13 Issue 5 Previous Issue    Next Issue
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    A New Definition of the Hough Transform
    Hu Zhanyi; Wang Wei; Yang Yi; Ma Songde;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 385-392. 
    Abstract   PDF(345KB) ( 1402 )   Chinese Summary
    This paper's main contributions are three-fold. Firstly, it is shown that the two existing template matching-like definitions of the Hough transform in the literature areinadequate. Secondly, an inherent probabilistic aspect of the Hough transform embedded in the transformation process from image space to parameter space is clarified.Thirdly, a new definition of the Hough transform is proposed which takes into account both the intersection scheme between the mapping curve (or mapping surface) and accumulato…
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    Hardware Assisted Fast Volume Rendering with Boundary Enhancement
    Tong Xin; Tang Zesheng;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 393-401. 
    Abstract   PDF(579KB) ( 1166 )   Chinese Summary
    In this paper, a new volume rendering method with boundary enhancement is presented. The boundary is extracted and represented by surfaces explicitly. Then, using 3D texture mapping and graphics acceleration hardware, the volume data can be rendered with controllable boundary shading effect almost in real time. Test shows that this method is 4-5 times faster than the previous methods. Moreover, it can also be extended to render the surfaces and the volumetric data together interactively.
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    A Multiscale Approach to Automatic Medical Image Segmentation Using Self-Organizing Map
    Ma Feng; Xia Shaowei;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 402-409. 
    Abstract   PDF(293KB) ( 1206 )   Chinese Summary
    In this paper, a new medical image classification scheme is proposed using selforganizing map (SOM) combined with multiscale technique. It addresses the problem of the handling of edge pixels in the traditional multiscale SOM classifiers. First, to solve the difficulty in manual selection of edge pixels, a multiscale edge detection algorithm based on wavelet transform is proposed. Edge pixels detected are then selected into the training set as a new class and a mu1tiscale SoM classifier is trained using thi…
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    A New Algorithm for Two-Dimensional Line Clipping via Geometric Transformation
    Wang Haohong; Wu Ruixun; Cai Shijie;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 410-416. 
    Abstract   PDF(315KB) ( 1243 )   Chinese Summary
    Line segment clipping is a basic operation of the visualization process in computer graphics. So far there exist four computational models for clipping a line segment against a window, (1) the encoding, (2) the parametric, (3) the geometric transformation, and (4) the parallel cutting. This paper presents an algorithm that is based on the third method. By making use of symmetric properties of a window and transformation operations, both endpoints of a line segment are transformed, so that the basic cases ar…
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    Element-Partition-Based Methods for Visualization of 3D Unstructured Grid Data
    Wu Junsheng; Wu Guangmao;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 417-425. 
    Abstract   PDF(501KB) ( 1187 )   Chinese Summary
    E lement- partition- based methods for visualization of 3D unstructured grid data are presented. First, partition schemes for common elements, including curvilinear tetrahedra, pentahedra, hexahedra, etc., are given, so that complex elements can be divided into several rectilinear tetrahedra, and the visualization processes can be simplified.Then, a slice method for cloud map and an iso-surface method based on the partition schemes are described.
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    Center-Distance Continuous Probability Models and the Distance Measure
    Zheng Fang; Wu Wenhu; Fang Ditang;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 426-437. 
    Abstract   PDF(288KB) ( 1124 )   Chinese Summary
    In this paper, a new statistic model named Center-Distance Continuous Probability Model (CDCPM) for speech recognition is described, which is based on Center-Distance Normal (CDN) distribution. In a CDCPM, the probability transition matrix is omitted, and the observation probability density function (PDF) in each state is in the form of embedded multiple-model (EMM) based on the Nearest Neighbour rule. The experimental results on two giant real-world Chinese speech databases and a real-world continuous-mann…
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    Range Information Propagation Transform
    Lin Xueyin; Chen Xiangrong; Zhu Zhigang; Shi Dingji;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 438-447. 
    Abstract   PDF(316KB) ( 1355 )   Chinese Summary
    A novel method of model-based object recognition is presented in this paper. Its novelty stems from the fact that the gray level image captured by a camera is merged with sparse range information in an active manner. By using a projective transform,which is determined by the sparse range data, features (e.g. edge points) related to a single planar surface patch or figure in the scene can be assigned with their corresponding range values respectively. As a result, the shape of the very planar patch or figure…
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    Modeling Distributed Multimedia Synchronization with DSPN
    Song Jun; Gu Guanqun;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 448-454. 
    Abstract   PDF(174KB) ( 1334 )   Chinese Summary
    Multimedia synchronization is the essential technology for the integration of multimedia in distributed multimedia systems. The multimedia synchronization model has been recognized by many researchers as a premise of the implementation of multimedia synchronization. In distributed multimedia systems, the characteristic of multimedia synchronization is dynamic, and the key medium has the priority in multimedia synchronization. The previously proposed multimedia synchronization models cannot meet these requir…
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    Research on the Optimal Parallel Algorithms of Broadcast-Class Problems
    Li Xiaofeng; Shou Biao; Zheng Shirong;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 455-463. 
    Abstract   PDF(228KB) ( 1146 )   Chinese Summary
    Speedup is considered as the criterion of determining whether a parallel algorithm is optimal. But broadcast-class problems, existing only on parallel computer system, have no sequential algorithms at all. Speedup standard becomes invalid here. Through this research on broadcast algorithms under several typical parallel computation models,a model-independent evaluation standard min C2 is developed, which can be not only used to determine an optimal broadcasting algorithm, but also normalized to apply to any…
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    A Neural Network Model Based on Logical Operations
    Zhou Jingzhou;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 464-470. 
    Abstract   PDF(278KB) ( 1418 )   Chinese Summary
    On the basis of analyzing some neural network storage capacity problems a network model comprising a new encoding and recalling scheme is presented. By using some logical operations which operate on the binary pattern strings during information processing procedure the model can reach a high storage capacity for a certain size of network framework.
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    The Supervised Learning Gaussian Mixture Model
    Ma Jiyong; Gao Wen;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 471-474. 
    Abstract   PDF(184KB) ( 1779 )   Chinese Summary
    The traditional Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) for pattern recognition is an unsupervised learning method. The parameters in the model are derived only by the training samples in one class without taking into account the effect of sample distributions of other classes, hence, its recognition accuracy is not ideal sometimes. This paper introduces an approach for estimating the parameters in GMM in a supervising way.The Supervised Learning Gaussian Mixture Model (SLGMM) improves the recognition accuracy of the …
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    An Image-Based Virtual Reality Prototype System
    Cai Yong; Heng Phengann; Wu Enhua; Liu Xuehui; Li Hongju; Sun Qingjie;
    Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 1998, 13 (5): 475-480. 
    Abstract   PDF(311KB) ( 1364 )   Chinese Summary
    The most important goal of virtual reality is to create a virtual world by computers where users are allowed to view the environment and control the virtual objects interactively. naditionally virtual reality systems use 3D computer graphics to model and render a virtual environment in real time. However, this approach usually requires laborious modeling and expensive special-purpose rendering hardware. Image-based rendering is a new approach in composing a virtual environment in which a set of panoramic im…
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