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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × Spain
1 × Turkey
1 × USA
Collaborated with:
M.S.Sagiroglu B.Büke C.Ünsalan O.Soldea M.Unel H.Büyükbayrak B.A.Yanikoglu M.Çetin S.Özdemir A.Baykut R.Meylani A.Ertüzün E.Vural M.S.Bartlett G.Littlewort J.R.Movellan A.Ekin D.F.Soldea D.Unay M.G.Uzunbas Z.Firat M.Cihangiroglu
Talks about:
discrimin (2) approach (2) express (2) analysi (2) textur (2) base (2) use (2) handwritten (1) descriptor (1) algorithm (1)

Person: Aytül Erçil

DBLP DBLP: Er=ccedil=il:Ayt=uuml=l

Contributed to:

ICPR 20102010
DRR 20072007
ICPR v3 20062006
ICPR v2 20022002
ICPR v2 20002000
ICPR 19981998

Wrote 8 papers:

ICPR-2010-SoldeaESU #approach #image #segmentation #using
Segmentation of Anatomical Structures in Brain MR Images Using Atlases in FSL — A Quantitative Approach (OS, AE, DFS, DU, , AE, MGU, ZF, MC), pp. 2592–2595.
ICPR-2010-SoldeaUE #fourier
Moments of Elliptic Fourier Descriptors (OS, MU, AE), pp. 3521–3524.
Discrimination of Moderate and Acute Drowsiness Based on Spontaneous Facial Expressions (EV, MSB, GL, , AE, JRM), pp. 3874–3877.
DRR-2007-BuyukbayrakYE #online #recognition
Online handwritten mathematical expression recognition (HB, BAY, AE).
ICPR-v3-2006-SagirogluE #approach #assembly #automation
A Texture Based Matching Approach for Automated Assembly of Puzzles (MSS, AE), pp. 1036–1041.
ICPR-v2-2002-ErcilB #classification #polynomial #using
One Class Classification Using Implicit Polynomial Surface Fitting (AE, BB), pp. 152–155.
ICPR-v2-2000-UnsalanE #analysis #linear
Shapes of Features and a Modified Measure for Linear Discriminant Analysis (, AE), pp. 2410–2413.
ICPR-1998-OzdemirBMEE #algorithm #analysis #comparative #evaluation #fault
Comparative evaluation of texture analysis algorithms for defect inspection of textile products (, AB, RM, AE, AE), pp. 1738–1740.

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