Research in Gotoh Lab.<< Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National Univ. >>
|In Gotoh Laboratory, we are studying image processing algorithm and its
application, such as 'Medical Image Processing', 'Scene Analysis', and
'Human-machine Interface'. We are also making a study of a computer aided
translation system to produce Braille Music Scores.
We would like to introduce some of our research activities, as following. Click the following links, <<Result>>, the movies of processing results with AVI format can be observed. However, note the amount of each file is rather large. Accesses via narrow band are not recommended.
<<Eye Tracking System(1.4MB)>>
Results using our prototype system can be seen from this link.
<<Heart-beat Synchronous Pattern Analysis（972KB)>>
Results for analyzing Heart-beat synchronous pattern while tracking respiratory movement is presented.
<<Respiratory Movement Tracking System（1.8MB）>>
We have developed a lung field tracking system of time sequence MR images based on analysis of the respiratory movement.
<<Spatio-temporal Reconstruction of Lung MR Images(3.9MB)>>
A method of 3D reconstruction from time sequence 2D slice images have been researched with Sao Paulo Univ.. The results would be introduced form this link.
<<Forwarding Vehicle type Recognition(780KB)>>
Results of vehicle type recognition using the on-board sensor information integration by the multiple structure neural network is presented on the link..
Surface Measurement for Stone Instruments
Chipped stone tools including obsidian, excavated at
archeological sites, have features such as outline, rings, and fissures on the
flaked surfaces. It is necessary to
accurately delineate the features of stone artifacts in order to implement
their analysis and computer-automated illustration and matching. The specular reflective surfaces such as
obsidian was difficult to measure. A vision-based method of measuring the
surface form of stone implements is researched.
Braille Music Score Translation SystemBraille music transcription from MusicXML format to Braille system will improve accessibility to music scores via the Internet. We have researched the transcription algorithm and are now offering the prototype server.
<<Link for BMS Translation System (BrailleMUSE)>>
Users need a userid/passwd to access this server. When you want to try the system, refer to the page from this link.