Search Results for author: Zhiling Long

Found 11 papers, 2 papers with code

A novel attention model for salient structure detection in seismic volumes

no code implementations17 Jan 2022 Muhammad Amir Shafiq, Zhiling Long, Haibin Di, Ghassan AlRegib

Subsequently, a novel directional center-surround attention model is proposed to incorporate directional comparisons around each voxel for saliency detection within each projected dimension.

Saliency Detection Seismic Imaging +1

Fabric Surface Characterization: Assessment of Deep Learning-based Texture Representations Using a Challenging Dataset

no code implementations16 Mar 2020 Yuting Hu, Zhiling Long, Anirudha Sundaresan, Motaz Alfarraj, Ghassan AlRegib, Sungmee Park, Sundaresan Jayaraman

We formulate the problem as a very fine-grained texture classification problem, and study how deep learning-based texture representation techniques can help tackle the task.

Material Recognition Object Recognition +2

Multi-level Texture Encoding and Representation (MuLTER) based on Deep Neural Networks

1 code implementation23 May 2019 Yuting Hu, Zhiling Long, Ghassan AlRegib

In this paper, we propose a multi-level texture encoding and representation network (MuLTER) for texture-related applications.

Saliency detection for seismic applications using multi-dimensional spectral projections and directional comparisons

no code implementations30 Jan 2019 Muhammad Amir Shafiq, Zhiling Long, Tariq Alshawi, Ghassan AlRegib

In this paper, we propose a novel approach for saliency detection for seismic applications using 3D-FFT local spectra and multi-dimensional plane projections.

Saliency Detection

Characterization of migrated seismic volumes using texture attributes: a comparative study

no code implementations30 Jan 2019 Zhiling Long, Yazeed Alaudah, Muhammad Ali Qureshi, Motaz Al Farraj, Zhen Wang, Asjad Amin, Mohamed Deriche, Ghassan AlRegib

It is our hope that this comparative study will help acquaint the seismic interpretation community with the many available powerful image texture analysis techniques, providing more alternative attributes for their seismic exploration.

Image Retrieval Seismic Interpretation +1

Understanding spatial correlation in eye-fixation maps for visual attention in videos

no code implementations30 Jan 2019 Tariq Alshawi, Zhiling Long, Ghassan AlRegib

In this paper, we present an analysis of recorded eye-fixation data from human subjects viewing video sequences.

Multiresolution Analysis and Learning for Computational Seismic Interpretation

1 code implementation24 Jan 2019 Motaz Alfarraj, Yazeed Alaudah, Zhiling Long, Ghassan AlRegib

Moreover, directional multiresolution attributes, such as the curvelet transform, are more effective than the non-directional attributes in distinguishing different subsurface structures in large seismic datasets, and can greatly help the interpretation process.

Image and Video Processing Geophysics

SalSi: A new seismic attribute for salt dome detection

no code implementations9 Jan 2019 Muhammad Amir Shafiq, Tariq Alshawi, Zhiling Long, Ghassan AlRegib

In this paper, we propose a saliency-based attribute, SalSi, to detect salt dome bodies within seismic volumes.

Seismic Interpretation

Unsupervised uncertainty estimation using spatiotemporal cues in video saliency detection

no code implementations6 Jan 2019 Tariq Alshawi, Zhiling Long, Ghassan AlRegib

Based on the study, we then develop an algorithm that estimates a pixel-wise uncertainty map that reflects our confidence in the associated computational saliency map by relating a pixel's saliency to the saliency of its neighbors.

Video Saliency Detection

The role of visual saliency in the automation of seismic interpretation

no code implementations31 Dec 2018 Muhammad Amir Shafiq, Tariq Alshawi, Zhiling Long, Ghassan AlRegib

In this paper, we propose a workflow based on SalSi for the detection and delineation of geological structures such as salt domes.

Seismic Interpretation

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