Katedra informatiky a výpočetní techniky / Department of Computer Science and Engineering


Recent Submissions

De, Sangita , Mottok, Juergen , Brada, Přemysl , Niklas, Michael
Empirical Evaluation of Semantic Alignment Quality Metrics for Vehicle Domain Component Frameworks Interface Ontologies

Semantic alignment of application software components’ ontologies represents a great interest in vehicle application domains that manipulate heterogeneous overlapping knowledge application frameworks. The most daunting impediment to their cross-enterprise collaboration is semantic interoperability. Aligning the interface...

Koutný, Tomáš
Physiological reconstruction of blood glucose level using CGMS-signals only

Patient with diabetes must regularly monitor blood glucose level. Drawing a blood sample is a painful and discomfort experience. Alternatively, the patient measures interstitial fluid glucose level with a sensor installed in subcutaneous tissue. Then, a model of glucose dynamics calculates b...

Hruda, Lukáš , Kolingerová, Ivana , Váša, Libor
Robust, fast and flexible symmetry plane detection based on differentiable symmetry measure

Reflectional symmetry is a potentially very useful feature which many real-world objects exhibit. It is instrumental in a variety of applications such as object alignment, compression, symmetrical editing or reconstruction of incomplete objects. In this paper, we propose a novel differentiable&#x...

Sido, Jakub , Ekštein, Kamil , Pražák, Ondřej , Konopík, Miloslav
On Injecting Entropy-Like Features into Deep Neural Networks for Content Relevance Assessment

This paper describes in details an innovative technique of injection of a global (or generally largescale) quality measure into a deep neural network (DNN) in order to compensate for the tendency of DNNs to found the resulting classification virtually from a superposition of local&...

Dvořák, Jan , Káčereková, Zuzana , Vaněček, Petr , Hruda, Lukáš , Váša, Libor
As-rigid-as-possible volume tracking for time-varying surfaces

Surfaces evolving through time are hard to analyze without prior knowledge of the represented deforming shape. Topological noise introduced by inaccuracies during surface capture and reconstruction renders the estimation of time-consistent correspondence an ill-posed problem. It has previously been sh...