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Why the Names? Anubanini and His Clan in the Cuthaean Legend
This article is a study of the ancient Mesopotamian literary text known as the 'Cuthaean Legend'. This Naram-Sin legend is known from several versions in the extant cuneiform corpus of texts (Westenholz 1997). The names ...
Automated Image Matching and New Readings for Cyrus the Great's 547 BC Campaign in the Nabonidus Chronicle (BM 35382 = ABC 7)
(Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017-12)
This article introduces an automated image matching technique called Scale Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) as a tool to supplement the collation of problematic cuneiform signs. The Nabonidus Chronicle (II, 16), which ...
2D and 3D shape retrieval using skeleton filling rate
As an increasing number of digital images are generated, a demand for an efficient and effective image retrieval mechanisms grows. In this work, we present a new skeleton-based algorithm for 2D and 3D shape retrieval. The ...
Improving skeletal shape abstraction using multiple optimal solutions
Shape abstraction is an important problem faced by researchers in many fields such as pattern recognition, computer vision, and industrial design. A recently-developed previous shape abstraction framework (Demirci et al. ...
Object recognition based on critical nodes
(Springer London, 2019)
In recent decades, the need for efficient and effective image search from large databases has increased. In this paper, we present a novel shape matching framework based on structures common to similar shapes. After ...