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Kristina Enes

AbstractIn industrial automation, the use of robots is already standard. But there is still a lot of room for further automation. One such place where improvements can be made is in the adjustment of a production system to new and unknown products. Currently, this task includes the reprogramming of the robot and a readjustment of the image processing algorithms if sensors are involved. This takes time, effort, and a specialist, something especially small and middle-sized companies shy away from. We propose to represent a physical production line with a digital twin, using the simulated production system to generate labeled data to be used for training in a deep learning component. An artificial neural network will be trained to both recognize and localize the observed products. This allows the production line to handle both known and unknown products more flexible. The deep learning component itself is located in a cloud and can be accessed through a web service, allowing any member of the staff to initiate the training, regardless of their programming skills. In summary, our approach addresses not only further automation in manufacturing but also the use of synthesized data for deep learning.

Dr. T. Loganayagi ◽  
Sindhu. K ◽  
Sripriyadharshini. S

Computerized analysis of white blood cells tumor such as Leukemia and Myeloma is an essential testing biomedical investigate point. Herein, a comparative analysis of image processing algorithms to detect the cancer is made and patient’s health is monitored using IOT also analyzed. The work could be useful for developing and exploring the new applications of image processing in IOT based systems.

2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (6) ◽  
pp. 1036-1043
Ardi wijaya ◽  
Puji Rahayu ◽  
Rozali Toyib

Problems in image processing to obtain the best smile are strongly influenced by the quality, background, position, and lighting, so it is very necessary to have an analysis by utilizing existing image processing algorithms to get a system that can make the best smile selection, then the Shi-Tomasi Algorithm is used. the algorithm that is commonly used to detect the corners of the smile region in facial images. The Shi-Tomasi angle calculation processes the image effectively from a target image in the edge detection ballistic test, then a corner point check is carried out on the estimation of translational parameters with a recreation test on the translational component to identify the cause of damage to the image, it is necessary to find the edge points to identify objects with remove noise in the image. The results of the test with the shi-Tomasi algorithm were used to detect a good smile from 20 samples of human facial images with each sample having 5 different smile images, with test data totaling 100 smile images, the success of the Shi-Tomasi Algorithm in detecting a good smile reached an accuracy value of 95% using the Confusion Matrix, Precision, Recall and Accuracy Methods.

2021 ◽  
You-hang Liu ◽  
Zai-dong Qi ◽  
Qiang Liu

Abstract Comparing the similarity between digital images is an important subroutine in various image processing algorithms. In this study, we present three quantum algorithms for comparing the similarity between two quantum images. These algorithms apply to binary, grey and color images respectively. Without considering the image preparation, the proposed algorithms achieve exponential acceleration than the existing quantum and classical methods in complexity. At the end of this paper, an experiment based on the real quantum computer of IBMQ and simulations verify the effectiveness of the algorithms.

2021 ◽  
Vol 26 (jai2021.26(2)) ◽  
pp. 08-13
Sprindzuk M ◽  
Vladyko A ◽  
Titov L ◽  

Based on literature analysis and own bioinformatics and virology research experience, authors propose multistep data processing algorithms, designed for the objectives of assisting the SARS-CoV-2 epitope vaccine production. Epitope vaccines are expected to provoke a weaker but safer response of the vaccinated person. Methodologies of reverse bioengineering, vaccinology and synthetic peptide manufacturing have a promising future to combat COVID-19 brutal disease. The significant mutational variability and evolution of the SARS-CoV-2, which is more typical for natural animal-borne viruses, are the hurdle for the effective and robust vaccine application and therefore require multidisciplinary research and prevention measures on the international level of cooperation. However, we can expect that other viruses with different nature and content may be labelled as SARS-CoV-2. In this case metagenomics is an important discipline for COVID-19 discovery. High quality reliable virus detection is still an unresolved question for improvement and optimization. It is of upmost importance to develop the in silico and in vitro methods for the vaccine recipient reaction prediction and monitoring as techniques of the so-called modern personalized medicine. Many questions can`t be solved applying exclusively in silico techniques and only can be discovered in vitro and in vivo, demanding significant time and money investments. Future experiments also should be directed at the discovery of optimal vaccine adjuvants, vectors and epitope ensembles, as well as the personal characteristics of citizens of a certain region. This research would require several more years of meticulous large-scale laboratory and clinical work in various centers of biomedical institutions worldwide

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