Search Results for author: Caiming Zhang

Found 5 papers, 1 papers with code

A Collaborative Attention Adaptive Network for Financial Market Forecasting

no code implementations29 Sep 2021 Qiuyue Zhang, Yunfeng Zhang, Fangxun Bao, Caiming Zhang, Peide Liu, Xunxiang Yao

However, taking into account the differences of different data types, how to use a fusion method adapted to financial data to fuse real market prices and tweets from social media, so that the prediction model can fully integrate different types of data remains a challenging problem.

Context-aware virtual adversarial training for anatomically-plausible segmentation

no code implementations12 Jul 2021 Ping Wang, Jizong Peng, Marco Pedersoli, Yuanfeng Zhou, Caiming Zhang, Christian Desrosiers

Despite their outstanding accuracy, semi-supervised segmentation methods based on deep neural networks can still yield predictions that are considered anatomically impossible by clinicians, for instance, containing holes or disconnected regions.

Self-paced and self-consistent co-training for semi-supervised image segmentation

1 code implementation31 Oct 2020 Ping Wang, Jizong Peng, Marco Pedersoli, Yuanfeng Zhou, Caiming Zhang, Christian Desrosiers

Moreover, to encourage predictions from different networks to be both consistent and confident, we enhance this generalized JSD loss with an uncertainty regularizer based on entropy.

Semantic Segmentation

Developing Univariate Neurodegeneration Biomarkers with Low-Rank and Sparse Subspace Decomposition

no code implementations26 Oct 2020 Gang Wang, Qunxi Dong, Jianfeng Wu, Yi Su, Kewei Chen, Qingtang Su, Xiaofeng Zhang, Jinguang Hao, Tao Yao, Li Liu, Caiming Zhang, Richard J Caselli, Eric M Reiman, Yalin Wang

With hippocampal UMIs, the estimated minimum sample sizes needed to detect a 25$\%$ reduction in the mean annual change with 80$\%$ power and two-tailed $P=0. 05$ are 116, 279 and 387 for the longitudinal $A\beta+$ AD, $A\beta+$ mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and $A\beta+$ CU groups, respectively.

Optical Fringe Patterns Filtering Based on Multi-Stage Convolution Neural Network

no code implementations2 Jan 2019 Bowen Lin, Shujun Fu, Caiming Zhang, Fengling Wang, Yuliang Li

Optical fringe patterns are often contaminated by speckle noise, making it difficult to accurately and robustly extract their phase fields.

Denoising

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