Aktuelle Publikationen

März 2020

High performance BH InAs/InP QD and InGaAsP/InP QW mode-locked lasers as comb and pulse sources

Marlene Zander, Martin Schell, Martin Moehrle, Wolfgang Rehbein, Jan C. Balzer, Steffen Breuer, Dieter Franke, Kevin Kolpatzeck

Coherent comb lasers may serve as a source for multiwavelength modulators in short reach transmission, or for phase controlled OFDM channels in long reach. We explore and compare quantum dot (QD) and quantum well (QW) lasers with more than 33 channels in the DWDM 50 GHz grid, thus enabling > 1 Tb/s optical transmission. In addition, the mode-locked devices can be applied as pulse sources with < 500 fs pulses by using a simple SMF.


März 2020

Trends and Advancements in Deep Neural Network Communication

Felix Sattler, Thomas Wiegand, Wojciech Samek

Deep models are also being increasingly applied in distributed settings, where the data are separated by limited communication channels and privacy constraints. To address the challenges, a wide range of training and evaluation schemes have been developed, which require the communication of neural network parametrizations. This paper gives an overview over the recent advancements and challenges.


Februar 2020

Determination of the optical properties of cholesteatoma in the spectral range of 250 to 800 nm

Eric Wisotzky, Peter Eisert, Anna Hilsmann, Florian Uecker, Philipp Arens, Steffen Dommerich

We determine the absorption and scattering coefficients of cholesteatoma and bone. In the near-UV and visual spectrum, clear differences exist between both tissues. These differences reveal the future possibility to detect and identify, automatically or semi-automatically, cholesteatoma tissue for active treatment decisions during image-guided surgery leading to a better surgical outcome.


Februar 2020

Hybrid Human Modeling: Making Volumetric Video Animatable

Peter Eisert, Anna Hilsmann

Photo-realistic modeling and rendering of humans is extremely important for VR environments. While purely computer graphics modeling can achieve highly realistic human models, achieving real photo-realism with these models is computationally extremely expensive. Therefore, we enrich volumetric video with semantics and animation properties to make photo-realistic volumetric video animatable.


Januar 2020

DeepCABAC: A Universal Compression Algorithm for Deep Neural Networks

Simon Wiedemann, Heiner Kirchhoffer, Stefan Matlage, Paul Haase, Arturo Marban, Talmaj Marinc, David Neumann, Tung Nguyen, Ahmed Osman, Heiko Schwarz, Detlev Marpe, Thomas Wiegand, Wojciech Samek

This paper presents DeepCABAC, a universal compression algorithm for deep neural networks (DNNs) that through its adaptive, context-based rate modeling, allows an optimal quantization and coding of parameters. It compresses DNNs up to 5% of their original size with no accuracy loss and has been selected as basic compression technology for the emerging MPEG-7 part 17 standard on DNN compression.


Januar 2020

UDSMProt: Universal Deep Sequence Models for Protein Classification

Nils Strodthoff, Wojciech Samek, Patrick Wagner, Markus Wenzel

Inferring the properties of protein from its amino acid sequence is a key problem in bioinformatics. We put forward UDSMProt, a universal deep sequence model that is pretrained on a language modeling task and finetuned on protein classification tasks. For enzyme class prediction, gene ontology prediction and remote homology and fold detection, we reach sofa performance from the sequence alone.


August 2019

Projection Distortion-based Object Tracking in Shader Lamp Scenarios

Niklas Gard, Peter Eisert, Anna Hilsmann

We enable dynamic projection mapping on 3d objects and present a model-based tracking strategy for projector camera-systems, which directly takes advantage from the projected content for pose estimation. Our method establishes a distortion free projection by first analysing and then correcting the distortion of the projection in a closed loop. Therefor an optical flow-based model is extended to the geometry of a projector-camera unit. We evaluate our procedure with real and synthetic images and obtain very precise registration results.


Juli 2019

Determination of Optical Properties of Human Tissues obtained from Parotidectomy in the Spectral Range of 250 to 800 nm

Eric Wisotzky, Peter Eisert, Anna Hilsmann, Florian Uecker, Steffen Dommerich

We analyze five healthy soft tissue types as well as tumor tissue in terms of absorption and scatter coefficients in the spectral range of 250 to 800 nm. The spectral properties of the analyzed tissue types show relevant differences in this specific spectral range. This knowledge can be used for different medical and biomedical application areas as computer-aided diagnostics, intraoperative image guidance and histological analysis.


März 2019

Interactive and Multimodal-based Augmented Reality for Remote Assistance using a Digital Surgical Microscope

Eric Wisotzky, Peter Eisert, Anna Hilsmann, Jean-Claude Rosenthal, Florian Uecker, Armin Schneider, Falko Schmid, Michael Bauer

This paper introduces the current running project MultiARC, which has the aim to combine stereoscopic measurements and scene reconstruction with hyperspectral tissue differentiation in a surgical microscope and 3D endoscope for image-guided surgery.


Oktober 2018

Animatable 3D Model Generation from 2D Monocular Visual Data

Philipp Fechteler, Peter Eisert, Anna Hilsmann, Lisa Kausch

In this paper, we present an approach for creating animatable 3D models from temporal monocular image acquisitions of non-rigid objects. During deformation, the object of interest is captured with only a single camera under full perspective projection. The aim of the presented framework is to obtain a shape deformation model in terms of joints and skinning weights that can finally be used for animating the model vertices.


Oktober 2018

Markerless Closed-Loop Projection Plane Tracking for Mobile Projector-Camera Systems

Niklas Gard, Peter Eisert

The recent trend towards miniaturization of mobile projectors is allowing new forms of information presentation and interaction. Projectors can easily be moved freely in space either by humans or by mobile robots. This paper presents a technique to dynamically track the orientation and position of the projection plane only by analyzing the distortion of the projection by itself, independent of the presented content. It allows distortion-free projection with a fixed metric size for moving projector-camera systems.


März 2018

Automatic Analysis of Sewer Pipes Based on Unrolled Monocular Fisheye Images

Johannes Wolf Künzel, Peter Eisert, Thomas Werner, Ronja Möller, Jan Waschnewski, Ralf Hilpert

The task of detecting and classifying damages in sewer pipes offers an important application area for computer vision algorithms. This paper describes a system, which is capable of accomplishing this task solely based on low quality and severely compressed fisheye images from a pipe inspection robot. Relying on robust image features, we estimate camera poses, model the image lighting, and exploit this information to generate high quality cylindrical unwraps of the pipes' surfaces. Based on the generated images, we apply semantic labeling based on deep convolutional neural networks to detect and classify defects as well as structural elements.



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