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Summary A robust method of identifying moving or changing objects in a video sequence groups each pixel with other adjacent pixels according to either motion or intensity values. Pixels are then repeatedly regrouped into clusters in a hierarchical manner. As these clusters are regrouped, the ...
Scientific Contact: Ronen Ezra Basri
Summary A method for aligning video images according to sequence. The problem of image alignment has been extensively studied, and successful approaches have been developed for solving this problem. However, these approaches turn out as problematic when there is insufficient overlap between the ...
Scientific Contact: Michal Irani
Summary A non invasive method for determining the interstitial fluid pressure (IFP) in tumors. The majority of cancer diseases are managed with a variety of systemic therapeutic agents. These agents are usually administered through the blood circulation, enter the tumor vasculature, extravasate ...
Scientific Contact: Hadassa Degani
Summary A tool that allows anyone to produce, in a literally one touch, a live animation from a photo. There are many kinds of animation tools which enable the user, either an experienced animator or a novice, to define an object or objects and to provide motion to that object. Yet none of ...
Scientific Contact: Yosef Yomdin
Summary A method for specifying the behavior of reactive systems. According to many object oriented-based methodologies for system development, the user first specifies the system`s use cases, and the different instantiations of each use case is then described using sequence charts. In a later ...
Scientific Contact: David Harel
Summary Bidirectional Similarity offers a new approach to summarization of visual data (images and video) based on optimization of well defined similarity measure. Common visual summarization methods (mainly scaling and cropping) suffer from significant deficiencies related to image quality and ...
Scientific Contact: Michal Irani
Summary A method for mapping and correcting optical distortion conferred by live cell specimens in microscopy that cannot be overcome using optical techniques alone can be used both for light microscopy and confocal microscopy. The system determines the 3D refractive index for the samples, and ...
Scientific Contact: Zvi Kam
Summary Applications The new method for detecting irregularities has many applications which include: Detecting suspicious and/or salient behaviors in video Attention and saliency in images Detecting irregular tissue in medical images Automatic ...
Scientific Contact: Michal Irani
Summary Identification of objects within images with high definition and significantly shortened runtime by utilizing algebraic multi-grid techniques. A hierarchical representation of pixels with similar properties can be constructed to effectively and accurately distinguish objects from their ...
Scientific Contact: Ronen Ezra Basri
Summary A tool to compare genomic data from experiments to data from the literature. Technological advancements in the past decade led to an enormous explosion in measurements of heterogeneous types of biological data (e.g., complete genomic sequences for many organisms, genome-wide ...
Scientific Contact: Eran Segal
Summary A novel method for high resolution image representation by sets of primitive structures (geometric models) in a wide range of scales for effective image processing and pattern manipulation. Model-based representation significantly simplifies a wide range of visual tasks, from fine-scale ...
Scientific Contact: Yosef Yomdin
Summary A method for enhancing the spatial and or temporal resolution (if applicable) of an input signal such as images and videos. Many imaging devices produce signals of unsatisfactory resolution (e.g. a photo from a cell-phone camera may have low spatial resolution or a video from a web ...
Scientific Contact: Michal Irani
Summary A method to obtain a video output with increased accuracy and clarity.A video camera has limited spatial and temporal resolution. The spatial resolution is determined by the spatial density of the detectors in the camera and by their induced blur. These factors limit the minimal size of ...
Scientific Contact: Michal Irani
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Summary An innovative and simple control device which enables full and accurate control of computer applications using nose sniffing. The device is based on nasal flow and in fact can replace the mouse and joystick. In the past several years the industry of computer gaming has grown from the ...
Scientific Contact: Noam Sobel
Summary A method to map cellular lineage trees for humans. The human body is made of about 100 trillion cells, all of which are descendants of a single cell, the fertilized egg. The quest to understand their path of descent, called a cell lineage tree, is shared by many branches of biology. ...
Scientific Contact: Ehud Y. Shapiro
Summary Our scientific team has discovered a method to apply the Gabor Transform to signal processing and data compression. Compared to existing methods that are based on Fourier transform, the new method provides for up to 25% savings in content size for video, audio and images, without any ...
Scientific Contact: David J. Tannor
Summary A novel social behavior monitoring system automatically tracks the precise location of each animal at excellent temporal resolution. This innovative technology provides simultaneous identification of complex social and individual behaviors via an integration of RFID and video ...
Scientific Contact: Tali Kimchi
Summary Decoding of the genomic activity of human liver cancers by noninvasive imaging. Gene expression patterns of cancer can reveal its etiology, prognosis and response to therapy. However, current methods of molecular profiling require invasive surgeries for tissue procurement and ...
Scientific Contact: Eran Segal
Summary A device to measure odor perception.Evaluation of odor perception is done, to date, by a panel of people. It is a very timeconsuming, inaccurate and expensive process. Therefore, over the last decadeelectronic noses ("eNoses") have been developed to detect and recognize odors.Current ...
Scientific Contact: Noam Sobel
Summary A cheap and effective solution for protecting RFID tags from power attacks. RFID tags are secure tags present in many applications (e.g. secure passports). They are poised to become the most far-reaching wireless technology since the cell phone, with worldwide revenues expected to reach ...
Scientific Contact: Adi Shamir
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