The free access Swedish dataset of historical handwritten digits [Get it].
Dataset: SHIBR (Swedish Historical Birth Records)
The free access Swedish historical birth records: A semi-annotated dataset [Coming Soon].
The simple digital database for screening mammography [Coming Soon].
Code: DSPOPT (free)
This is a software package that is described in: Abbas Cheddad, Christoffer Svensson, James Sharpe, Fredrik Georgsson and Ulf Ahlgren,(2012),“Image Processing Assisted Algorithms for Optical Projection Tomography”, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, Volume: 31 Issue:1, pp:1-15.
DSPOPT is now provided free of charge to the research community for non-commercial use. Several research centres in Australia (Monash University), Finland (Oulu University), UK (MRC University Unit For Human Genetics, University of Edinburgh- and Imperial College London), Denmark (Novo Nordisk Company), Czech Republic
(the Academy of Sciences) and Sweden (Umeå University and Lund University) are now using this software, integrating it into commercial OPT scanners in their respective laboratories.
Code: DTBIM (free)
Delaunay triangulation based binary image morphing (DTBIM) is a new way to dilate binary objects (shapes, digits, etc.). Not meant to replace bwmorph. Its underlying algorithm is fully described in: Cheddad A. "Structure Preserving Binary Image Morphing using Delaunay Triangulation."
Pattern Recognition Letters, (2017) 85, pp. 8-14. Elsevier.
Code: Image Segmentation (free)
This function applies the Delaunay-based image segmentation, which is a fully automated process that does not require initial estimate of number of clusters. Its underlying algorithm is fully described in:
- A. Cheddad, D. Mohamad and A. Abd Manaf, "Exploiting Voronoi diagram properties in face segmentation and features extraction," Pattern Recognition, 41 (12)(2008)3842-3859, Elsevier Science.
- A. Cheddad, J. Condell, K. Curran and P. Mc Kevitt. On Points Geometry for Fast Digital Image Segmentation. The 8th International Conference on Information Technology and Telecommunication IT&T 2008, Ireland 23 – 24 October 2008, pp: 54-61.
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