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106. Dongguk RMOBF-Net and CNN with motion and optical blurred finger-vein image database

105. Dongguk CCS-Net and MFRA-Net

104. Dongguk ESS-Net and FBSS-Net

103. MASS-Net for human blastocyst component detection

102. Multinational fake banknote detection model and algorithm in cross-dataset environment

101. VSUL-Net models and Algorithms

100. SSS-Net model

99. CAM-CAN model

98. IMFC-Net for Shoulder Prostheses Recognition

97. DSF-Net and DSA-Net Models

96. Proposed CNN Models for Breast Tumor Segmentation with Algorithms

95. OSRCycleGAN with Algorithms

94. Dongguk LDS-Net and LDAS-Net for WBCs accurate segmentationes and videos

92. Attention-guided GAN for synthesizing infrared image (SI-AGAN) and syn-IR datasets

91. INF-GAN with algorithm and nonuniform finger-vein images

90. Image Prediction Generative Adversarial Network v2 (IPGAN-2)

89. Generative Adversarial Network for Low-light Age Estimation (LAE-GAN) and CNN for age estimation

88. DMDF-Net: Dual Multiscale Dilated Fusion Network for Accurate Segmentation of Lesions Related to COVID-19 in Lung Radiographic Scans

87. Dongguk face and body database version 3 (DFB-DB3), modified EnlightenGAN, and deep CNNs for human recognition

86. Image Prediction Generative Adversarial Network (IPGAN)

85. Dongguk DAL-Net model for segmentation-based recognition of COVID-19 lesions in chest CT scans

84. Dongguk modified DeblurGAN and CNN for recognition of blurred finger-vein image with motion blurred image database

83. Dongguk DRE-Net model for shoulder implants classification 

82. SSF-Net and TSF-Net models for pigment sign detection

81. Dongguk SLS-Net and SLSR-Net

80. Grouped Dilated Convolution Module (GDCM)-based Semantic Segmentation Network with Algorithm

79. Dongguk MDA-BN Model for Effective Diagnosis of COVID-19 Infection

78. PLS-Net and PLRS-Net models

77. Dongguk Joint-GAN and CNN-LSTM for action recognition

76. AS-RIG (Adaptive Selection to Reconstructed Input Data using a Generator) with algorithm for Person Re-Identification

75. Synthesized Low Light CamVid and KITTI database (Syn-CamVid and Syn-KITTI) and Algorithms Including CNN Models

74. Dongguk DeblurGAN and CNN for Iris Recognition

73. Dongguk Light-weighted Ensemble Network for Robust Diagnosis of COVID19 Pneumonia

72. Dongguk CycleGAN-based Domain Adaptation and DenseNet-based Finger-vein Recognition Models (DCDA&DFRM) with Algorithms

71. Dongguk Nuclei-Net Model (R-NSN) with Algorithms

70. Dongguk Pathological Site Classification Models with Algorithm

69. Dongguk single model both for thermal image super-resolution reconstruction and deblurring, and detection model of object and thermal reflection

68. Dongguk enhanced CycleGAN for age estimation and generated images

67. Dongguk Korean Banknote Database Version1 (DKB v1) with Faster R-CNN model and post processing algorithms

66. Dongguk Face and Body Database Version2 (DFB-DB2) with GAN model, CNN models, and algorithms

65. Dongguk Computer-Aided Framework to Diagnose Tuberculosis from Chest X-Ray Images

64. Dongguk blurred gaze database (DBGD) and CycleGAN model

63. Dongguk Models for Thermal Image Super-resolution Reconstruction and Deblurring

62. Dongguk RPS-Net based retinal pigment sign detection model (DRPM) with Algorithms

61. Dongguk DenseNet-based Finger-vein Recognition Model (DDFRM) with Algorithms

60. CNN model for Thermal Reflection Removal

59. Synthesized Low Light Cambridge-driving Labeled Video Database (Syn-CamVid), Synthesized Low Light Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (Syn-KITTI) database, and Algorithm Including CNN Models

58. Dongguk Drone Motion Blur Dataset - Versions 1 and 2 (DDBD-DB1 and DDBD-DB2) & Pretrained Models

57. Dongguk X-RayNet Model with Algorithms (DXM)

56. Dongguk Mitotic Cell Detection Models (DMM)

55. Dongguk CNN Models for Fake Banknote Image Classification Using Visible-Light Images Captured by Smartphone Camera

54. Dongguk mobile finger wrinkle database versions 1 and 2 (DMFW-DB1 and DMFW-DB2), and GAN with CNN models for motion deblurring

53. Enhanced Ultrasound Thyroid Nodule Classification (US-TNC-V2) Algorithm

52. Dongguk generation model of presentation attack face images (DG_FACE_PAD_GEN)

51. Dongguk Spatiotemporal Features-Based Classification Network (DenseNet+LSTM) to Classify the Multiple Gastrointestinal Diseases with Including the Video Indices of Experimental Endoscopy Videos

50. Dongguk Modified Conditional GAN & Deep CNN Models, and Generated Images

49. Dongguk Super-resolution Reconstruction & Age Estimation CNN Model (DSR&AE-CNN)

48. Dongguk ESSN models and algorithm for Semantic Segmentation

47. Dongguk Mask R-CNN Model for Elimination of Thermal Reflections, Generated Data, Dongguk Thermal Image Database (DTh-DB), and Items and Vehicles Database (DI&V-DB)

46. Dongguk Ultrasound Thyroid Nodule Classification (DUS-TNC) algorithm

45. Dongguk Modified CycleGAN for Age Estimation (DMC4AE) and Generated Images

44. Dongguk Vess-Net Models with Algorithm

43. Dongguk CNN for Detecting Road Markings Based on Adaptive ROI with Algorithms

42. Dongguk CNN stacked LSTM and CycleGAN for Action Recognition, Generated Data, and Dongguk Activities & Actions Database (DA&A-DB2)

41. Label Information of Sun Yat-sen University Multiple Modality Re-ID (SYSU-MM01) Database and Dongguk Gender Recognition CNN Models (DGR-CNN).

40. Dongguk cGAN-based Iris Image Generation Model and Generated Images (DGIM&GI)

 

 

 

106. Dongguk RMOBF-Net and CNN with motion and optical blurred finger-vein image database

We provide RMOBF-Net and CNN with motion and optical blurred finger-vein image database via the following site.

 

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105. Dongguk CCS-Net and MFRA-Net

 

(1) Introduction

We developed computer-assisted methods to aid diagnostic and surgical procedures for colorectal cancer. In this study two effective networks (CCS-Net and MFRA-Net) are developed to perform accurate segmentation using a less number of trainable parameters.

 

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Adnan Haider, Muhammad Arsalan, Se Hyun Nam, Haseeb Sultan, and Kang Ryoung Park, " Multi-scale feature retention and aggregation for colorectal cancer diagnosis using gastrointestinal images, Future Generation Computer Systems, in submission.

 

 

 

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104. Dongguk ESS-Net and FBSS-Net

 

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We propose an engineering-assisted optic cup and optic disc segmentation method for glaucoma detection in retinal fundus images. Optic cup and optic disc segmentation play a vital role for computer-aided-diagnosis of glaucoma. We employed internal and external feature blending for improving the segmentation performance. We developed two networks (ESS-Net and FBSS-Net) capable of achieving state-of-the-art segmentation performance using a small number of trainable parameters.

 

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Adnan Haider, Muhammad Arsalan, Chanhum Park, Haseeb Sultan, and Kang Ryoung Park, "Exploring Deep Feature-blending Capabilities to Assist Glaucoma Screening, Applied Soft Computing, in submission.

 

 

 

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103. MASS-Net for human blastocyst component detection

 

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We propose a novel multiscale aggregation semantic segmentation network (MASS-Net) that combines four different scales via depth-wise concatenation. The extensive use of depth-wise separable convolutions resulted in a decrease in the number of trainable parameters. Further, the innovative multiscale design provided rich spatial information of different resolutions, thereby achieving good segmentation performance without a very deep architecture. MASS-Net utilized 2.3 million trainable parameters and accurately detects TE, ZP, ICM, and BL without using preprocessing stages.

 

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Muhammad Arsalan, Adnan Haider, Se Woon Cho, Yu Hwan Kim, and Kang Ryoung Park, Human Blastocyst Components Detection Using Multiscale Aggregation Semantic Segmentation Network For Embryonic Analysis, Biomedicines, in submission.

 

 

 

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102. Multinational fake banknote detection model and algorithm in cross-dataset environment

 

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We propose multinational fake banknote detection model and algorithm in cross-dataset environment. The proposed model and algorithm is tested on the genuine and fake banknotes of four national currencies: the Euro (EUR), Korean won (KRW), US dollar (USD), and Jordanian dinar (JOD). There are five denominations of EUR (EUR 5, EUR 10, EUR 20, EUR 50, and EUR 100), four of KRW (KRW 1000, KRW 5000, KRW 10,000, and KRW 50,000), six of USD (USD 1, USD 5, USD 10, USD 20, USD 50, and USD 100), and four denominations (JOD 1, JOD 5, JOD 10, and JOD 20).

 

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Tuyen Danh Pham, Young Won Lee, Chanhum Park, and Kang Ryoung Park, Deep Learning-Based Detection of Fake Multinational Bank-notes in a Cross-Dataset Environment by Utilizing Smartphone Cameras for Assisting Visually Impaired Individuals, Mathematics, in submission.

 

 

 

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101. VSUL-Net Models and Algorithms

 

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We propose a vessel segmentation ultra-lite network (VSUL-Net) to accurately extract the retinal vasculature from the background. The proposed VSUL-Net comprises only 0.37 million trainable parameters and uses a raw image as input without preprocessing. The proposed method is tested on three publicly available datasets: digital retinal images for vessel extraction (DRIVE), structured analysis of retina (STARE), and childrens heart health study in England database (CHASE-DB1) for retinal vasculature segmentation. The experimental results demonstrated that VSUL-Net provides robust segmentation of retinal vasculature.

 

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Muhammad Arsalan, Adnan Haider, Ja Hyung Koo, and Kang Ryoung Park, Detecting Retinal Vasculature Using a Low-Cost Artificially Intelligent Segmentation Network for Ophthalmic Diagnosis, Mathematics, in submission.

 

 

 

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100. SSS-Net model

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We propose a shallow low-cost deep-learning architecture: sprint semantic segmentation network (SSS-Net) to accurately detect human blastocyst components in microscopic images for embryological analysis. The SSS-Net utilizes the sprint convolutional block which uses asymmetric convolutions in combination with separable convolutions to reduce the number of trainable parameters. The feature aggregation by concatenation helps to increase the segmentation performance of the network. The proposed SSS-Net is consuming just 4.04 million trainable parameters with competitive segmentation performance. The SSS-Net is providing accurate segmentation of zona pellucida (ZP), trophectoderm (TE), inner cell mass (ICM), and blastocoel (BL) for morphological analysis to increase the success rate of in vitro fertilization. The performance of the proposed method is analyzed using a publicly available blastocyst image dataset, the results show that the proposed method has promising segmentation performance compared to existing state-of-the-art methods.

 

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Muhammad Arsalan, Adnan Haider, Jiho Choi, and Kang Ryoung Park, Detecting Blastocyst Components by Artificial Intelligence for Human Embryological Analysis to Improve Success Rate of In vitro Fertilization, Journal of Personalized Medicine, Vol. 12(2), 124, pp. 1-14, February 2022.

 

 

 

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99. CAM-CAN model

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In the proposed method, a convolution neural network (CNN) is trained using the classification activation map (CAM) to focus on specific areas in the input image. The CAM image is used as the ground-truth image. Furthermore, the concept of the CAM-based categorical adversarial network (CAM-CAN), in which the CNN is trained based on a generative adversarial network, is proposed in this paper. An action recognition experiment was performed using the self-collected Dongguk thermal image database (DTh-DB) and open database, and the results revealed that the accuracies of the existing state-of-the-art methods significantly increased after applying the proposed method.

 

 

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Ganbayar Batchuluun, Jiho Choi, and Kang Ryoung Park, CAM-CAN: Class Activation Map-based Categorical Adversarial Network,Expert Systems with Applications, in submission.

 

 

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98. IMFC-Net for Shoulder Prostheses Recognition

 

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   We proposed IMFC-Net for accurate recognition of shoulder prostheses in X-ray sans. The proposed IMFC-Net is based on the ensemble connectivity of our designed IFC-Net and MFC-Net, followed by JMLP. The proposed IMFC-Net encompassed fewer parameters than the previous ensemble model for the problem under investigation.

 

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Haseeb Sultan, Muhammad Owais, Jiho Choi, Tahir Mahmood, Adnan Haider, Nadeem Ullah, and Kang Ryoung Park, Artificial Intelligence-based Solution in Personalized Computer-aided Arthroscopy of Shoulder Prostheses. Journal of Personalized Medicine, Vol. 12(1), 109, pp. 1-18, January 2022.

 

 

 

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97. DSF-Net and DSA-Net Models

 

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We propose two new shallow deep-learning architectures: dual-stream fusion network (DSF-Net) and dual-stream aggregation network (DSA-Net) to accurately detect retinal vasculature using semantic segmentation in raw color fundus images for the screening of diabetic and hypertensive retinopathy. Two-stream fusion and aggregation produce potential features that facilitate the fine segmentation of the vessels without expensive conventional preprocessing. The proposed DSF-Net and DSA-Net are consuming just 1.5 million trainable parameters with competitive segmentation performance. The performance of the proposed method is analyzed using three publicly available datasets DRIVE, STARE and CHASE-DB, the results show that proposed method have promising segmentation performance compared to existing state-of-the art methods.

 

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Muhammad Arsalan, Adnan Haider, Jiho Choi, and Kang Ryoung Park, Diabetic and Hypertensive Retinopathy Screening in Fundus Images Using Artificially Intelligent Shallow Architectures, Journal of Personalized Medicine, Vol. 12(1), 7, pp. 1-17, January 2022.

 

 

 

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96. Proposed CNN Models for Breast Tumor Segmentation with Algorithms

 

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We propose ultrasound image-based BTEC-Net and RFS-UNet for the segmentation of breast tumor.

 

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95. OSRCycleGAN with Algorithms

 

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A super-resolution reconstruction method for ocular recognition is newly proposed.

 

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94. Dongguk LDS-Net and LDAS-Net for WBCs accurate segmentation

 

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We propose two novel morphology-aware segmentation networks (LDS-Net and LDAS-Net) for computer-aided-diagnosis using microscopic images. Traditional methods are used for diagnosis while these methods are expensive, subjective, time consuming, and require specialized equipment. To address these issues, deep-learning-based microscopic image analysis is proposed for an automated diagnosis. Experimental details exhibits that we achieved the state-of-the-art segmentation performance. Proposed methods can assist medical experts in diagnosis and prognosis, thereby reducing the burden on the health system.

 

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Adnan Haider, Muhammad Arsalan, Young Won Lee, and Kang Ryoung Park, "Deep Features Aggregation-Based Joint Segmentation of Cytoplasm and Nuclei in White Blood Cells,IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, 2022, in press.

 

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92. Attention-guided GAN for synthesizing infrared image (SI-AGAN) and syn-IR datasets

 

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We propose attention-guided generative adversarial network for synthesizing infrared image (SI-AGAN). SI-AGAN is style transfer of visible-light image to infrared (IR) image. By introducing depthwise separable convolution, we significantly reduce the computational cost. We generate the syn-RegDB database and syn-SYSU-MM01 database, an open database, using SI-AGAN. For a fair performance assessment by other researchers, we made open the SI-AGAN with algorithm and syn-IR datasets in this study.

 

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Na Rae Baek, Se Woon Cho, Ja Hyung Koo and Kang Ryoung Park, Pedestrian Gender Recognition by Style Transfer of Visible-Light Image to Infrared-Light Image Based on an Attention-Guided Generative Adversarial Network,Mathematics, 9(20), 2535, pp. 1-32, October 2021.

 

 

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91. INF-GAN with algorithm and nonuniform finger-vein images

 

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We propose a generative adversarial network for the illumination normalization of finger-vein images (INF-GAN). In the INF-GAN, a one-channel image containing texture information is generated through a residual image generation block, and finger-vein texture information deformed by the severe nonuniformity of illumination is restored, thus improving the recognition performance. Also, we generate images containing nonuniform illumination from the images of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University finger image database version 1 (HKPU-DB) and the Shandong University homologous multimodal traits finger-vein database (SDUMLA-HMT-DB). For a fair performance assessment by other researchers, we made open the nonuniform finger-vein images, INF-GAN, and algorithm proposed in this study.

 

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Jin Seong Hong, Jiho Choi, Seung Gu Kim, Muhammad Owais, and Kang Ryoung Park, INF-GAN: Generative Adversarial Network for Illumination Normalization of Finger-Vein Images,Mathematics, 9(20), 2613, pp. 1-32, October 2021.

 

 

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90. Image Prediction Generative Adversarial Network v2 (IPGAN-2)

 

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We trained the GAN model using the marathon sub-dataset of the Boston University-thermal infrared video (BU-TIV) benchmark open dataset for the purpose of the image prediction. In the proposed image prediction generative adversarial network (IPGAN-2) method, thermal and binary sequential images are used as inputs to the IPGAN-2 model. The proposed IPGAN-2 method performs image-to-image translation. Compared to our previous study (IPGAN), IPGAN-2 predicts and generates left and right regions of a current image to make the current image wider. We made the model (image prediction generative adversarial network version 2 (IPGAN-2)) open to other researchers.

 

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Ganbayar Batchuluun, Na Rae Baek, and Kang Ryoung Park, Enlargement of the Field of View Based on Image Region Prediction Using Thermal Videos,Mathematics, 9(19), 2379, pp. 1-29, September 2021.

 

 

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89. Generative Adversarial Network for Low-light Age Estimation (LAE-GAN) and CNN for age estimation

 

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We propose a low-illumination facial image enhancement system with Generative Adversarial Network for Low-light Age Estimation (LAE-GAN), and CNN models for age estimation. These systems are designed to overcome the performance degradation caused by low-illumination environment. Three open databases named as MORPH [1], FG-Net [2], and AFAD [3] are used for experiments. LAE-GAN and age estimation models are opened to other researchers for fair judgement.

 

[1] MORPH database. Available online: https://ebill.uncw.edu/C20231_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=4 (accessed on 17 May 2021)

[2] FGNET database. Available online: https://yanweifu.github.io/FG_NET_data/index.html (accessed on 17 May 2021).

[3] AFAD database. Available online: https://afad-dataset.github.io (accessed on 17 May 2021).

 

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Se Hyun Nam, Yu Hwan Kim, Jiho Choi, Seung Baek Hong, Muhammad Owais, and Kang Ryoung Park, LAE-GAN-based Face Image Restoration for Low-light Age Estimation, Mathematics, 9(18), 2329, pp. 1-28, September 2021.

 

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88. DMDF-Net: Dual Multiscale Dilated Fusion Network for Accurate Segmentation of Lesions Related to COVID-19 in Lung Radiographic Scans

 

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We proposed a dual multiscale dilated fusion network (DMDF-Net) by including additional pre- and post-processing steps to address the generality issues and perform effective diagnosis of COVID-19 lesions in lung CT scans. In post-processing step, post-region of interest (ROI) fusion is performed to reduce the false-positive pixels. Additionally, the post-ROI fusion further provides a way to precisely measure the diseased area of lung. Experimental results show the superior performance of the proposed framework over the various state-of-the-art methods.

 

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87. Dongguk face and body database version 3 (DFB-DB3), modified EnlightenGAN, and CNN models for face & body recognition

 

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We proposed a low-illumination enhancement system with modified Enlighten Generative Adversarial Networks (modified EnlightenGAN), and CNN models for face & body recognition using VGG face net-16 and ResNet-50.

These systems are designed to overcome the performance degradation caused by low-illumination environment.  We changed number of patches, patch sizes of discriminator and optimal parameter of perceptual loss on modified EnlightenGAN. Two types of databases named as Dongguk Face and Body database (DFB-DB3) and ChokePoint dataset [1] are used for experiment.

In addition, we make our GAN model, two CNN models trained with DFB-DB3 and open database of ChokePoint database [1], and our algorithms publicly available.

 

1. ChokePoint Dataset. Available online: http://arma.sourceforge.net/chokepoint/ (accessed on 20 February 2021).

 

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Ja Hyung Koo, Se Woon Cho, Na Rae Baek, and Kang Ryoung Park, Multimodal Human Recognition in Significantly Low Illumination Environment Using Modified EnlightenGAN, Mathematics, 9(16), 1934, pp. 1-43, August 2021.

 

 

 

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86. Image Prediction Generative Adversarial Network (IPGAN)

 

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We trained the GAN model using the marathon sub-dataset of the Boston University-thermal infrared video (BU-TIV) benchmark open dataset for the purpose of the image prediction. In the proposed image prediction generative adversarial network (IPGAN) method, converted three-channel thermal images are used as inputs to the IPGAN model. The proposed IPGAN method performs image-to-image translation. We made the model (image prediction generative adversarial network (IPGAN)) open to other researchers.

 

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85. Dongguk DAL-Net model for segmentation-based recognition of COVID-19 lesions in chest CT scans

 

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We proposed a domain-adaptive lightweight network (DAL-Net) for the effective and timely recognition of minimal COVID-19 lesions in chest CT scans. Our DAL-Net model is designed to overcome the performance degradation caused by multi-source datasets. Two open databases named as COVID-19-CT-Seg [1,2] and MosMed [3] are used for experiment. Experimental results show the superior performance of the proposed network over the various state-of-the-art methods.

 

[1] J. Ma et al., Towards dataefficient learning: A benchmark for COVID-19 CT lung and infection segmentation, Med. Phys., vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 11971210, 2021

[2] M. Jun et al., COVID-19 CT lung and infection segmentation dataset, Zenodo. Available online: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3757476 (accessed on 01 January 2021).

[3] S. P. Morozov et al., Mosmeddata: Chest ct scans with covid-19 related findings dataset, 2020, arXiv:2005.06465.

 

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Muhammad Owais, Na Rae Baek, and Kang Ryoung Park, Domain-Adaptive Artificial Intelligence-based Model for Personalized Diagnosis of Trivial Lesions Related to COVID-19 in Chest Computed Tomography Scans, Journal of Personalized Medicine, Vol. 11(10), 1008, pp. 1-22, October 2021.

 

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84. Dongguk modified DeblurGAN and CNN for recognition of blurred finger-vein image with motion blurred image database

 

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We proposed a motion blurred finger-vein restoration system with modified Blind Motion Deblurring Using Conditional Adversarial Networks (modified DeblurGAN), and a finger-vein recognition system using DenseNet-161. These systems are designed to overcome the performance degradation caused by motion blur. Two open databases named as SDUMLA-HMT-DB [1] and HKPolyU-DB [2] are used for experiment. Finger-vein restoration and recognition models with motion blurred image database are opened to other researchers for fair judgement.

 

[1] Y. Yin, L. Liu, and X. Sun, "SDUMLA-HMT: A multimodal biometric database", in Proc. 6th Chin. Conf. Biometric Recognit., Beijing, China, Dec. 2011, pp. 260-268.

[2] A. Kumar and Y. Zhou, ‘‘Human identification using finger images,’’ IEEE Trans. Image Process., vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 22282244, Apr. 2012.

 

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83. Dongguk DRE-Net model for shoulder implants classification

 

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We proposed DRE-Net, by implementing two spatial feature extraction networks using a densely connected convolution network and a residual neural network, and an SCN for robust classification of different types of shoulder implants. We proposed a rotational invariant augmentation technique used in DRE-Net to achieve state-of-the-art classification performance.

 

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82. SSF-Net and TSF-Net models for pigment sign detection

 

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We propose SSF-Net and TSF-Net for computer-aided diagnosis of retinitis pigmentosa disease.

 

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81. Dongguk SLS-Net and SLSR-Net

 

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We propose an artificial intelligence-based optic cup and optic disc segmentation method for glaucoma detection in retinal fundus images. Optic cup and optic disc segmentation plays a vital role for computer-aided-diagnosis of glaucoma. We employed separable convolution link and residual skip connections in our architecture. We developed two networks (SLS-Net and SLSR-Net) capable of achieving state-of-the-art segmentation performance using a small number of trainable parameters.

 

 

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80. Grouped Dilated Convolution Module (GDCM)-based Semantic Segmentation Network with Algorithm

 

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We proposed a grouped dilated convolution module that combines existing grouped convolutions and atrous spatial pyramid pooling techniques, which were trained with two open databases of the Cambridge Driving Labeled Video Database (CamVid) and the Stanford Background Dataset (SBD). The proposed method can learn multi-scale features more simply and effectively than existing methods. Because each convolution group has different dilations in the proposed model, they have receptive fields of different sizes and learn features corresponding to these receptive fields. As a result, multi-scale context can be easily extracted. Moreover, optimal hyper-parameters are obtained from an in-depth analysis, and excellent segmentation performance is derived

 

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Dong Seop Kim, Yu Hwan Kim, and Kang Ryoung Park, Semantic Segmentation by Multi-scale Feature Extraction Based on Grouped Dilated Convolution Module, Mathematics, May 2021.

 

 

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79. Dongguk MDA-BN Model for Effective Diagnosis of COVID-19 Infection

 

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We proposed an optimal multilevel deep-aggregated boosted network (MDA-BN) model, which includes a total of 1.76 million trainable parameters. Our method leverages multilevel deep-aggregated features and multistage training via a mutually beneficial approach to maximize the overall CAD performance. Quantitative analysis shows the superior results of our model over various existing methods.

 

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Muhammad Owais, Young Won Lee, Tahir Mahmood, Adnan Haider, Haseeb Sultan, and Kang Ryoung Park, Multilevel Deep-Aggregated Boosted Network to Recognize COVID-19 Infection from Large-Scale Heterogeneous Radiographic Data, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, Vol. 25, Issue 6, pp. 1881-1891, June 2021.

 

 

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78. PLS-Net and PLRS-Net models

 

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We trained our own developed PLRS-Net and PLS-Net semantic segmentation networks for accurate segmentation retinal blood vessel for diagnosis purposes. Both Networks works on pool-less residual convolutional manner to enhance the segmentation accuracy without using expensive preprocessing and deeper networks. Our proposed method is tested over three publicly available vessel segmentation datasets DRIVE, CHASE-DB1, and STARE. The experimental results show that our proposed method outperforms the existing state-of-the-art methods for retinal vessel segmentation. In addition, our proposed method provides an opportunity to the medical practitioners and ophthalmologist for screening and analysis of diabetic and hypertensive retinopathy disease. We made our models open to other researchers.

 

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77. Dongguk Joint-GAN and CNN-LSTM for action recognition

 

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We trained the GAN and CNN-LSTM models with our thermal image database and an open database for the purpose of the joint and skeleton generation of human body. In the proposed joint and skeleton generation method, both original grayscale thermal image and converted color thermal images are used as inputs to the GAN model. The proposed generation method performs image-to-image translation using a GAN model. In addition, our proposed action recognition method recognizes human actions using the generated joint and skeleton images by the GAN model as inputs to a CNN-LSTM model. We made the models (joint and skeleton generation (Joint-GAN), and action recognition (CNN-LSTM)) open to other researchers.

 

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76. AS-RIG (Adaptive Selection to Reconstructed Input Data using a Generator) with algorithm for Person Re-Identification

 

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We trained reconstructing model based on a GAN for AS-RIG with DBPerson-Recog-DB1 and SYSU-MM01. For ease of comparison, we developed the proposed algorithm using a model that was made available by other research.

 

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Jin Kyu Kang, Min Beom Lee, Hyo Sik Yoon, and Kang Ryoung Park, AS-RIG: Adaptive Selection of Reconstructed Input by Generator or Interpolation for Person Re-Identification in Cross-Modality Visible and Thermal Images, IEEE Access, Vol. 9, pp. 12055-12066, January 2021.

 

 

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75. Synthesized Low Light CamVid and KITTI database (Syn-CamVid and Syn-KITTI) and Algorithms Including CNN Models

 

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We used synthesized databases similar to actual nighttime images to measure and evaluate the segmentation performance in an extremely low light environment. CamVid and KITTI were used as daytime databases, and synthesized low light CamVid (Syn-CamVid) and KITTI (Syn-KITTI), which converted two daytime databases into low light images, were used as low light databases. We used gamma correction to reduce the brightness nonlinearly. Secondly, blur is generated in images due to a small amount of light and a long camera exposure time at night, and we applied the Gaussian blur filter to implement this phenomenon. Lastly, we generated a noisy image which is similar to the actual nighttime image by adding both Poisson and Gaussian noises.

 

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Se Woon Cho, Na Rae Baek, Ja Hyung Koo, and Kang Ryoung Park, Modified Perceptual Cycle Generative Adversarial Network-based Image Enhancement for Improving Accuracy of Low light Image Segmentation, IEEE Access, Vol. 9, pp. 6296-6324, January 2021.

 

 

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74. Dongguk DeblurGAN and CNN for Iris Recognition

 

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We trained DeblurGAN models for iris image deblurring with the iris databases of NICE.II and MICHE which were blurred with a random motion blur kernel. We made our trained models and generated images open to other researchers.

 

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Min Beom Lee, Jin Kyu Kang, Hyo Sik Yoon, and Kang Ryoung Park, Enhanced Iris Recognition Method by Generative Adversarial Network-based Image Reconstruction, IEEE Access, Vol. 9, pp. 10120-10135, January 2021.

 

 

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73. Dongguk Light-weighted Ensemble Network for Robust Diagnosis of COVID19 Pneumonia

 

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We proposed an optimal deep network, which includes a total of 3.16 million trainable parameters. Moreover, the addition of a multilevel activation visualization layer in the proposed network further visualizes the lesion patterns as multilevel color activation maps (ML-CAMs) along with the diagnostic result (either COVID19-positive or -negative). Such additional output as ML-CAMs provides a visual insight of the computer decision and may assist radiologists in validating it, particularly in uncertain situations. Additionally, a novel hierarchical training procedure was adopted to perform the optimal training of our network.

 

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72. Dongguk CycleGAN-based Domain Adaptation and DenseNet-based Finger-vein Recognition Models (DCDA&DFRM) with Algorithms

 

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We propose a finger-vein recognition system with domain adaptation based on cycle-consistent adversarial network. This system is designed to overcome the performance drop caused by heterogeneous data. For extracting feature, modified DenseNet-161 is used. Two open databases named as SDUMLA-HMT-DB [1] and HKPolyU-DB [2] are used for experiment. Finger-vein recognition model and CycleGAN model that used for domain adaptation are opened to other researchers for fair judgement.

 

[1] Y. Yin, L. Liu, and X. Sun, "SDUMLA-HMT: A multimodal biometric database", in Proc. 6th Chin. Conf. Biometric Recognit., Beijing, China, Dec. 2011, pp. 260-268.

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Kyoung Jun Noh, Ji Ho Choi, Jin Seong Hong, and Kang Ryoung Park, Finger-vein Recognition Using Heterogeneous Databases by Domain Adaption Based on a Cycle-Consistent Adversarial Network, Sensors, Vol. 21, Issue 2(524), pp. 1-28, January 2021.

 

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71. Dongguk Nuclei-Net Model (R-NSN) with Algorithms

 

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We propose an artificial intelligence-based nuclei segmentation method for multi-organ histopathology images. Nuclei segmentation plays an important role in cell phenotyping, grading and prognosis of cancer. In our proposed method, we adopt a new nuclei segmentation network which is empowered by residual skip connections. Our method outperforms state-of-the-art methods proposed for nuclei segmentation.

 

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70. Dongguk Pathological Site Classification Models with Algorithm

 

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We propose a classification method based on an ensemble of deep learning models to overcome limitations of single-based model for the endoscopic pathological site classification problem. Our algorithm successfully applied for the gastric endoscopic pathological site classification using an open dataset, named Hamlyn-GI dataset [1].

 

[1] Ye, M.; Giannarou, S.; Meining, A.; Yang, G-Z. Online tracking and retargeting with applications to optical biopsy in gastrointestinal endoscopic examinations. Med. Image Anal., 2016, 30, 144-157.

 

 

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Dat Tien Nguyen, Min Beom Lee, Tuyen Danh Pham, Ganbayar Batchuluun*, Muhammad Arsalan, and Kang Ryoung Park, Enhanced Image-based Endoscopic Pathological Site Classification Using an Ensemble of Deep Learning Models, Sensors, Vol. 20, Issue 21(5982), pp. 1-24, October 2020.

 

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69. Dongguk single model both for thermal image super-resolution reconstruction and deblurring, and detection model of object and thermal reflection

 

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We trained the GAN models with our thermal image database and an open database for the purpose of thermal image reconstruction and object detection. In the proposed reconstruction method, blurry low-resolution image and an original image are used as inputs to the GAN model. The proposed reconstruction method performs super-resolution and deblurring at the same time with a single GAN model. In addition, our proposed detection method detects objects and thermal reflections in thermal images. Both proposed methods use color thermal images as inputs that are converted by using a colormap.  We made the models (reconstruction and detection) open to other researchers.

 

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Ganbayar Batchuluun, Jin Kyu Kang, Dat Tien Nguyen, Tuyen Danh Pham, Muhammad Arsalan, and Kang Ryoung Park, Deep Learning-based Thermal Image Reconstruction and Object Detection, IEEE Access, Vol. 9, pp. 5951-5971, January 2021.

 

 

 

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68. Dongguk enhanced CycleGAN for age estimation and generated

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(1) Introduction

We propose an enhanced CycleGAN for generating facial images of untrained race and ages for age estimation and use it to achieve improved age prediction performance for testing data comprising untrained age ranges and races. And this algorithm is the first to improve age prediction performance by generating data for untrained age ranges and races using an enhanced CycleGAN (an improvement over the existing CycleGAN). By generating data for untrained age ranges and races, the network and overfitting problems for multiple classes and class imbalances are solved. This enhanced CycleGAN was trained with Morph, MegaAge, and AFAD face databases, separately. We make enhanced CycleGAN and generated images publicly available.

 

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Yu Hwan Kim, Se Hyun Nam, and Kang Ryoung Park, Enhanced Cycle Generative Adversarial Network for Generating Face Images of Untrained Races and Ages for Age Estimation, IEEE Access, Vol. 9, pp. 6087-6112, January 2021.

 

 

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67. Dongguk Korean Banknote Database Version1 (DKB v1) with

Faster R-CNN model and post processing algorithms

 

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The DKB v1 contains eight classes, namely, 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000, 5000, 10000, and 50000 KRW, with each class having 800 images, yielding a total of 6,400 images. The images were photographed using the frontal viewing camera of Galaxy Note 5 [36]. The images of the banknotes were captured from various distances. To reflect the real-world environment as closely as possible, the images were captured under conditions of various locations, lighting, and cases where the bills were randomly folded. The size of the obtained image is 1920 1080 pixels. Furthermore, the experiment was conducted using the open database of JOD to verify whether the proposed algorithm can be applied to various types of banknote images. The JOD open database contains nine classes (i.e., 1 qirsh, 5, 10 piastres, 1/4, 1/2, 1, 5, 10, 20 dinars), yielding a total of 330 images. The size of the obtained image is 3264 2448 pixels. We use these databases with Faster R-CNN and three post processing algorithms. We make DKB v1 with Faster R-CNN model and post processing algorithms publicly available.

 

 

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Chan Hum Park, Se Woon Cho, Na Rae Baek, Jiho Choi, and Kang Ryoung Park, Deep Feature-based Three-stage Detection of Banknotes and Coins for Assisting Visually Impaired People, IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 184598-184613, October 2020.

 

 

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66. Dongguk Face and Body Database (DFB-DB2) with GAN model, CNN models, and algorithms

 

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DFB-DB2 was created for the experiments using images of 22 people obtained by two types of cameras to assess the performance of the proposed method in a variety of camera environments. The first camera was a Logitech BCC 950, and the camera specifications include a camera viewing angle of 78°, a maximum resolution of full high-definition (HD) 1080 p, and auto-focusing at 30 frames per second (fps). The second camera was a Logitech C920, and its specifications include a maximum resolution of full HD 1080p, a viewing angle of 78° at 30 fps, and auto focusing. Images were taken in an indoor environment with indoor lights on, and each camera was installed at a height of 2 m 40 cm. The database was divided into two categories according to the camera. In the first database, the images were captured by the Logitech BCC 950, and the second database is composed of the images obtained by the Logitech C920, and the angle of camera was similar to that for capturing the first database. And DFB-DB2 is different from DFB-DB1, and DFB-DB2 contains blur images which are not included in DFB-DB1

In addition, we make our GAN model, two CNN models trained with DFB-DB2 and open database of ChokePoint database [1], and our algorithms publicly available.

 

1. ChokePoint Database. Available online: http://arma.sourceforge.net/chokepoint/ (accessed on 20 June 2020).

 

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Ja Hyung Koo, Se Woon Cho, Na Rae Baek, and Kang Ryoung Park, Face and Body-based Human Recognition by GAN-based Blur Restoration, Sensors, Vol. 20, Issue 18(5229), pp. 1-37, September 2020.

 

 

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65. Dongguk Computer-Aided Framework to Diagnose Tuberculosis from Chest X-Ray Images

 

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We proposed a novel deep learning-based computer-aided framework to diagnose Tuberculosis from a given CXR image and provide the appropriate visual and descriptive information from a previous database. Such information can further assist radiologists to subjectively validate the computer decision. Thus, both subjective and computer decisions will validate each other and ultimately result in effective diagnosis and treatment.

 

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Muhammad Owais, Muhammad Arsalan, Tahir Mahmood, Yu Hwan Kim, and Kang Ryoung Park, Comprehensive Computer-Aided Decision Support Framework to Diagnose Tuberculosis From Chest X-Ray Images: Data Mining Study, JMIR Medical Informatics, Vol. 8, Issue 12: e21790, pp. 1-23, December 2020. 

 

 

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64. Dongguk blurred gaze database (DBGD) and CycleGAN model

 

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The blurred gaze database [Dongguk blurred gaze database (DBGD)] is constructed from the images of 26 drivers by dual near-infrared (NIR) light cameras with illuminators in a vehicle environment, and classified into 16 situations such as wearing of sunglasses, different glasses, and hats with mobile phones. We make DBGD and our CycleGAN model trained with this database open to other researchers.

 

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Hyo Sik Yoon and Kang Ryoung Park, CycleGAN-based Deblurring for Gaze Tracking in Vehicle Environments, IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 137418-137437, August 2020.

 

 

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63. Dongguk Models for Thermal Image Super-resolution Reconstruction and Deblurring

 

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We trained the GAN models with our thermal image database and an open database for the purpose of thermal image reconstruction. In the proposed super-resolution method, low resolution image and an original image are used as inputs to the GAN model. In the proposed deblurring method, blurred image and an original image are used as inputs to the GAN model. We made the models (super-resolution reconstruction and deblurring) open to other researchers.

 

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Ganbayar Batchuluun, Young Won Lee, Dat Tien Nguyen, Tuyen Danh Pham, and Kang Ryoung Park, Thermal Image Reconstruction Using Deep Learning, IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 126839-126858, July 2020.

 

 

 

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62. Dongguk RPS-Net based retinal pigment sign detection model (DRPM) with Algorithms

 

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In this study, we proposed an accurate retinal pigment segmentation network (RPS-Net) that segment the pigment signs for diagnostic purposes. RPS-Net is a specifically designed deep learning-based semantic segmentation network to accurately detect and segment the pigment signs with fewer trainable parameters. Compared with the conventional deep learning methods, the proposed method applies a feature enhancement policy through multiple dense connections between the convolutional layers, which enables the network to discriminate between normal and diseased eyes, and accurately segment the diseased area from the background.

 

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Muhammad Arsalan, Na Rae Baek, Muhammad Owais, Tahir Mahmood, and Kang Ryoung Park, "Deep Learning-based Detection of Pigment Signs for Analysis and Diagnosis of Retinitis Pigmentosa," Sensors, Vol. 20, Issue 12(3454), pp. 1-19, June 2020.

 

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61. Dongguk DenseNet-based Finger-vein Recognition Model (DDFRM) with Algorithms

 

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In this study, we proposed a finger-vein recognition system based on score-level fusion method with shape and texture images. For extracting the matching score of each shape image and texture image, revised DenseNet-161 with composite image input is used. Finger-vein recognition models trained with our experimental databases in this study are made available to other researchers for a fair judgment on the performance.

 

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Kyoung Jun Noh, Jiho Choi, Jin Seong Hong and Kang Ryoung Park, Finger-vein Recognition Based on Densely Connected Convolutional Network Using Score-Level Fusion with Shape and Texture Images, IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 96748-96766, June 2020.

 

 

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60. CNN model for Thermal Reflection Removal

 

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We trained the CNN model with our thermal image database and an open database for the purpose of thermal reflection removal. In the proposed method, a region image and an original image are used as inputs to the CNN models. We made the models (pruned fully convolutional network (PFCN)) open to other researchers.

 

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Ganbayar Batchuluun, Na Rae Baek, Dat Tien Nguyen, Tuyen Danh Pham, and Kang Ryoung Park, Region-based Removal of Thermal Reflection using Pruned Fully Convolutional Network, IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 75741-75760, May 2020.

 

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59. Synthesized Low Light Cambridge-driving Labeled Video Database (Syn-CamVid), Synthesized Low Light Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (Syn-KITTI) database, and Algorithm Including CNN Models

 

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We used synthesized databases that are similar to real low light environments to perform multi-class segmentation in low light environments. Images taken in real low light or nighttime environments have poor image quality and visibility due to low brightness, blur, and noise, making it difficult for humans to create segmentation labels for all the objects in the image and the labels are not accurate. Therefore, to utilize accurate segmentation labels and paired images, experiments were performed using the Syn-CamVid and Syn-KITTI databases, which are the results of converting the daytime CamVid and KITTI databases into low light images, respectively. To create extremely low light images similar to an actual low light environment with little external light, we have used the existing low light image generation methods in combination. In a real low light environment with little external light, the brightness value does not decrease linearly. When comparing the daytime image with the nighttime image, the brightness of highly bright pixels will decrease more, whereas that of the pixels with lower brightness will decrease less. We used gamma correction to produce this nonlinear brightness change. In a low light environment, blurry images are captured due to the amount of light and the cameras exposure time, and we used the Gaussian blur kernel to implement this effect. Finally, the noise in the low light image is generated by the camera sensor, which is added in this experiment using the Gaussian and Poisson noise functions.

 

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Se Woon Cho, Na Rae Baek, Ja Hyung Koo, Muhammad Arsalan, and Kang Ryoung Park, "Semantic Segmentation with Low Light Images by Modified CycleGAN-based Image Enhancement", IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 93561-93585, June 2020.

 

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58. Dongguk Drone Motion Blur Dataset - Versions 1 and 2 (DDBD-DB1 and DDBD-DB2) & Pretrained Models

 

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We used the Dongguk drone camera dataset ver.2 (DDroneC-DB2) open dataset to generate two datasets by two different methods, denoted as the synthesized motion blur drone database 1 (SMBD-DB1) and synthesized motion blur drone database 2 (SMBD-DB2). For the first dataset, the motion-blurred images were generated by applying the motion-blurring kernels, which are created by applying subpixel interpolation to the trajectory vector. Each trajectory vector, which is a complex-valued vector, corresponds to the discrete positions of an object undergoing 2D random motion in a continuous domain. For the second dataset, we synthesized dataset that contains realistic motion blur close to the motion blur in the wild. Specifically, we used a video frame interpolation model to increase the frame rate of DDroneC-DB2 videos from 30 to 120 FPS. Then, we generated blurred images by averaging consecutive frames on the generated high-frame-rate videos. With these two datasets, we performed proposed deblur CNN and marker detection CNN. We made our synthesized datasets and CNN models publicly available for fair comparison and result regeneration.

 

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Noi Quang Truong, Young Won Lee, Muhammad Owais, Dat Tien Nguyen, Ganbayar Batchuluun, Tuyen Danh Pham*, and Kang Ryoung Park, SlimDeblurGAN-based Motion Deblurring and Marker Detection for Autonomous Drone Landing, Sensors, Vol. 20, Issue 14(3918), pp. 1-35, July 2020.

 

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57. Dongguk X-RayNet Model with Algorithms (DXM)

 

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In this study, semantic segmentation based automatic cardiothoracic ratio (CTR) estimation is proposed. CTR is important to diagnose cardiac and other related diseases. The proposed method consists of two multiclass segmentation networks (X-RayNet1 and X-RayNet2) to provide accurate boundary of chest anatomical structures such as, lungs, heart and clavicle bones. The accurate boundary segmentation of these anatomies helps to compute the CTR automatically, where the CTR is considered as biomarker for cardiomegaly and other diseases. Three publicly available datasets Japanese Society of Radiological Technology (JSRT), Montgomery County (MC) and Shenzhen X-ray sets (SC) where used to evaluate the performance of proposed network. The experimental results show that our method outperforms the existing approaches and provide accurate boundary for CTR computation. We made our models publicly available for fair comparison and result regeneration. All the experiments are implemented in MATLAB R2019a. 

 

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Muhammad Arsalan, Muhammad Owais, Tahir Mahmood, Jiho Choi, and Kang Ryoung Park, "Artificial Intelligence-based Diagnosis of Cardiac and Related Diseases ", Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol. 9, Issue 3(871), pp. 1-27, March 2020.

 

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56. Dongguk Mitotic Cell Detection Models (DMM)

 

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In this study, we proposed a multistage mitosis detection method based on Faster region convolutional neural network (Faster R-CNN) and deep CNNs. Two open datasets of breast cancer known as ICPR 2012 and MITOS-ATYPIA-14 are used. Our proposed technique outperforms over the existing techniques. We made our models publicly available to allow other researchers to regenerate our results and do fair comparisons. All the experiments are implemented in MATLAB R2019a. 

 

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Tahir Mahmood, Muhammad Arsalan, Muhammad Owais, Min Beom Lee, and Kang Ryoung Park, "Artificial Intelligence-based Mitosis Detection in Breast Cancer Histopathology Images Using Faster R-CNN and Deep CNNs", Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol. 9, Issue 3(749), pp. 1-25, March 2020.

 

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55. Dongguk CNN Models for Fake Banknote Image Classification Using Visible-Light Images Captured by Smartphone Camera

 

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In this study, we proposed a fake banknote classification method using CNN on banknote images captured by smartphone cameras under visible-light conditions. The fake banknote dataset used for the experiments in this study consists of images of banknotes of three national currencies: EUR (EUR 5, EUR 10, EUR 20, EUR 50, and EUR 100), USD (USD 1, USD 5, USD 10, USD 20, USD 50, and USD 100), and KRW (KRW 1000, KRW 5000, KRW 10,000, and KRW 50,000). The fake banknotes were created by capturing the original banknotes by scanner and smartphone cameras, and printed out by color printer to make the reproduced banknote. We subsequently captured banknote images by the same abovementioned smartphones while holding the fake and genuine banknotes in front of cameras or placing them on tables. The training process were conducted using the MATLAB implementation of CNN with AlexNet, ResNet-18, and GoogleNet architectures.

 

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Tuyen Danh Pham, Chanhum Park, Dat Tien Nguyen, Ganbayar Batchuluun, and Kang Ryoung Park, Deep Learning-Based Fake-Banknote Detection Using Visible-Light Images Captured by Smartphone Cameras, IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 63144-63161, April 2020.

 

 

 

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54. Dongguk mobile finger wrinkle database versions 1 and 2 (DMFW-DB1 and DMFW-DB2), and GAN with CNN models for motion deblurring

 

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To evaluate performance using images captured by a variety of smartphone cameras, DMFW-DB2 used the rear camera of a Samsung Galaxy S8+. Later, images were extracted from the captured images at 30 fps, and the motion blurred images were captured by obtaining the average images of the captured images. In addition, DMFW-DB1 (refer to 37) is artificial blurred by motion blurring kernel. This study used DeblurGAN to restore motion blurred images of DMFW-DB1 and DMFW-DB2. The restored images obtained by DeblurGAN are used as the input for a ResNet-101 to perform the finger wrinkle recognition.

 

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Nam Sun Cho, Chan Sik Kim, Chanhum Park, and Kang Ryoung Park, "GAN-based Blur Restoration for Finger Wrinkle Biometrics System", IEEE Access, Vol. 8, pp. 49857- 49872, March 2020.

 

 

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53. Enhanced Ultrasound Thyroid Nodule Classification (US-TNC-V2) Algorithm

 

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In this study, we enhance the classification performance of ultrasound image-based thyroid nodule classification system. The pretrained model was successfully trained using TDID dataset [1]

 

[1] Pedraza, L.; Vargas, C.; Narvaez, F.; Duran, O.; Munoz, E.; Romero, E. An open access thyroid ultrasound-image database. In Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Medical Information Processing and Analysis, Colombia, 28 January, 2015 (in SPIE Proceedings, Vol. 9287, pp. 1-6).

 

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D. T. Nguyen, et al. "Ultrasound Image-based Diagnosis of Malignant Thyroid Nodule Using Artificial Intelligence", Sensors, Vol. 20, Issue 7(1822), pp. 1-23, March 2020.

 

 

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52. Dongguk generation model of presentation attack face images (DG_FACE_PAD_GEN)

 

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We trained our generative adversarial network (GAN)-based model to artificially generate presentation attack (PA) face images to reduce the efforts of PA image acquisition.

 

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Dat Tien Nguyen, Tuyen Danh Pham, Ganbayar Batchuluun, Kyoung Jun Noh, and Kang Ryoung Park, Presentation Attack Face Image Generation Based on Deep Generative Adversarial Network, Sensors, Vol. 20, Issue 7(1810), pp. 1-24, March 2020.

 

 

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