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Comprehensive Assessment of Fine-Grained Wound Images Using a Patch-Based CNN With Context-Preserving Attention
Chronic wounds affect 6.5 million Americans. Wound assessment via algorithmic analysis of smartphone images has emerged as a viable option for remote assessment. Methods: We comprehensively score wounds based on the clinically-validated Photographic Wound Assessment Tool (PWAT), which comprehensively assesses... Read more
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Hindsight Experience Replay Improves Reinforcement Learning for Control of a MIMO Musculoskeletal Model of the Human Arm
Cervical spinal cord injuries often result in tetraplegia, causing decreased patient independence and quality of life. Functional electrical stimulation (FES), when combined with an appropriate controller, can be used to restore motor function by electrically stimulating the neuromuscular system. In... Read more
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Inter-and Intra-Subject Transfer Reduces Calibration Effort for High-Speed SSVEP-based BCIs
Steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP)-based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) that can deliver high information transfer rate (ITR) usually require subject’s calibration data to learn the class-and subject-specific model parameters (e.g. the spatial filters and SSVEP templates). Normally, the amount of the calibration data for learning is proportional to the number of classes (or visual stimuli), which could be huge and consequently lead to a time-consuming calibration... Read more
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Manifold Embedded Knowledge Transfer for Brain-Computer Interfaces
Transfer learning makes use of data or knowledge in one problem to help solve a different, yet related, problem. It is particularly useful in brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), for coping with variations among different subjects and/or tasks. This paper considers offline... Read more
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Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect Screening through Transfer Learning
Abnormalities in pupillary light reflex can indicate optic nerve disorders that may lead to permanent visual loss if not diagnosed in an early stage. In this study, we focus on relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD), which is based on the... Read more
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MyoNet: A Transfer-learning based LRCN for Lower Limb Movement Recognition and Knee Joint Angle Prediction for Remote Monitoring of Rehabilitation Progress from sEMG
The clinical assessment technology such as remote monitoring of rehabilitation progress for lower limb related ailments rely on the automatic evaluation of movement performed along with an estimation of joint angle information. In this paper, we introduce a transfer-learning based... Read more
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A Deep Learning Architecture for Temporal Sleep Stage Classification Using Multivariate and Multimodal Time Series
     Sleep stage classification constitutes an important preliminary exam in the diagnosis of sleep disorders. It is traditionally performed by a sleep expert who assigns to each 30 s of the signal of a sleep stage, based on the visual inspection... Read more
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Transferring Subspaces Between Subjects in Brain-Computer Interfacing
Wojciech Samek, Frank C. Meinecke, Klaus-Robert Müller Volume: 60, Issue:8, Page(s): 2289-2298 Compensating changes between a subjects’ training and testing session in Brain Computer Interfacing (BCI) is challenging but of great importance for a robust BCI operation. We show that such changes... Read more