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Conference program

26th International Conference on Systems,

Signals and Image Processing
Osijek, Croatia
5 – 7 June 2019


Organized by

Faculty of Electrical Engineering,

Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek,
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek


Honorary Chair General Chair General Chair


Program Chair Program Chair Publication Chair

International Program Committee


Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ioannis PITAS, Greece
Aura CONCI, Brazil
Peter PLANINŠIČ, Slovenia
Jan CORNELIS, Belgium
Pavol PODHRADSKY, Slovakia
Žarko ČUČEJ, Slovenia Gregor ROZINAJ, Slovakia
Marek DOMAŃSKI, Poland Snježana RIMAC-DRLJE, Croatia
Touradj EBRAHIMI, Switzerland Markus RUPP, Austria
Dušan GLAICH, Slovenia Angel SANCHEZ, Spain
Mislav GRGIĆ, Croatia Martin SLANINA, Czech Republic
Sonja GRGIĆ, Croatia Ryszard STASIŃSKI, Poland
Ebroul IZQUIERDO, UK Boris ŠIMÁK, Czech Republic
Dimitrios KARRAS, Greece Rodica TUDUCE, Romania
Aggelos KATSAGGELOS, USA Ján TURÁN, Slovakia
Erich LEITGEB, Austria Stamatis VOLIOTIS, Greece
Fabiana LETA, Brazil Krzysztof WAJDA, Poland
Panagiatis LIATSIS, UK Yo-Sung HO, Korea
Ratislav LUKAC, Canada Theodore ZAHARIADIS, Greece
Galya MARINOVA, Bulgaria Branka ZOVKO-CIHLAR, Croatia

IWSSIP 2019, 26th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing
International Review Committee

Ivan ALEKSI, Croatia Nataša MALES-ILIĆ, Serbia

Zdenka BABIĆ, Lidija MANDIĆ, Croatia
Bosnia and Hercegovina
Danilo BABIN, Belgium Croatia
Damir BLAŽEVIĆ, Croatia Galia MARINOVA, Bulgaria
Jelena BOŽEK, Croatia Goran MARTINOVIĆ, Croatia
Mario CIFREK, Croatia Tomislav MATIĆ, Croatia
Aura CONCI, Brazil Tomislav MATIĆ, Croatia
Jan CORNELIS, Belgium Kruno MILIČEVIĆ, Croatia
Damir FILKO, Croatia Mario MUŠTRA, Croatia
Irena GALIĆ, Croatia Karlo Emmanuel NYARKO, Croatia
Dušan GLEICH, Slovenia Pavol PODHRADSKY, Slovakia
Ratko GRBIĆ, Croatia Peter PLANINŠIČ, Slovenia
Krešimir GRGIĆ, Croatia Snježana RIMAC-DRLJE, Croatia
Sonja GRGIĆ, Croatia Gregor ROZINAJ, Slovakia
Marijan HERCEG, Croatia Markus RUPP, Austria
Zeljko HOCENSKI, Croatia Slavko RUPČIĆ, Croatia
Darko HULJENIĆ, Croatia Andreja SAMČOVIĆ, Serbia
Ebroul IZQUIERDO, UK Martin SLANINA, Czech Republic
Dariusz Jacek JAKÓBCZAK, Poland Ryszard STASINSKI, Poland
Josip JOB, Croatia Domagoj TOLIĆ, Croatia
Venceslav KAFEDZISKI, Macedonia Jan TURAN, Slovakia
Tomislav KESER, Croatia Dijana VITAS, Croatia
Lidija KRSTANOVIĆ, Serbia Denis VRANJEŠ, Croatia
Erich LEITGEB, Austria Mario VRANJEŠ, Croatia
Fabiana Rodrigues LETA, Brazil Dejan VUKOBRATOVIĆ, Serbia
Panagiotis LIATSIS, UAE Krzysztof WAJDA, Poland
Vlatko LIPOVAC, Croatia Branka ZOVKO-CIHLAR, Croatia
Časlav LIVADA, Croatia Žarko ČUČEJ, Slovenia
Ignac LOVREK, Croatia Drago ŽAGAR, Croatia
Local Organizing Committee





European Association for IEEE Croatia Section, Croatian Academy of

Signal Processing Communications Chapter, Engineering
Systems Man and
Cybernetics Chapter,
Reliability Chapter, Signal
Processing Chapter

IWSSIP 2019, 26th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing
Branka Zovko-Cihlar
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

26 Years of the IWSSIP Conference

Biography She is the President of Croatian So-

ciety Electronics in Marine - Elmar for
Branka Zovko-Cihlar was a full pro- 20 years. She is the General Co-Chair
fessor at the Department of Radi- of International ELMAR Symposiums
ocommunications and Microwave for 25 years. She is a member of EL-
Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engi- MAR, IWSSIP and BIHTEL International
neering and Computing, University of Program Committee from 1991. She
Zagreb, Croatia. She received her B.Sc. is a member of Croatian Academy
and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engi- of Engineering, a member of IEEE and
neering in 1959 and 1964, respectively. a member of the Editorial Board of
She is the author of the book “Noise Journal of Electrical Engineering, Bra-
in Radiocommunications” published tislava, Slovakia. From the year 2000
in 1987, and the author of more than until 2004 she was the president of
216 papers published in international the Croatian Council for Radio and
journals and conferences. She was Television elected by the Parliament
the project leader of scientific pro- of the Republic of Croatia.
jects: Research and development in
radiocommunications, Research in She received a Technology Award
new Croatian broadcast technology, “Moć znanja” from the Croatian
Development in cable television ser- Academy of Engineering Foundation
vices and multimedia communica- and “Golden plaque Josip Lončar”
tion systems. She was mentor of ten from the Faculty of Electrical Engi-
PhD thesis in Croatia and five in Slo- neering and Computing, University
venia, Slovakia and Bosnia and Her- of Zagreb
Aleksandra Pižurica
Department of Telecommunications and Information Processing

Multimodal Data Processing

and Deep Learning in Digital Painting Analysis

Art investigation - an emerging Biography

and rapidly growing cross-disci-
plinary field of research - relies in- Dr. Aleksandra Pižurica is a pro-
creasingly on signal processing and fessor in statistical image modelling
machine learning. Multimodal im- at Ghent University (received her
aging is now routinely employed in BSc, MSc and PhD in 1994, 1997 and
order to support the technical study 2002, respectively). Her research is
of art work, its conservation, or even in the area of signal processing and
presentation. Analysis of multimod- machine learning, including mul-
al data often uncovers regions or tiresolution statistical image mod-
patterns of interest that would oth- els, Markov Random Field models,
erwise remain unnoticed, thus ena- sparse coding, representation learn-
bling new insights and even support ing, image and video reconstruction,
for certain decisions that are made restoration and analysis.
during the conservation-restoration
Prof. Pižurica currently serves as a
treatments. In this talk, we discuss
Senior Area Editor for the IEEE Trans-
recent advances in digital signal
actions on Image Processing and an
processing and machine learning
Associate Editor for the IEEE Trans-
for supporting the study and resto-
actions on Circuits and Systems for
ration of paintings. The focus will be
Video Technology. She was also an
on sparse coding, representation
Associated Editor for the IEEE Trans-
learning and deep learning, spa-
actions on Image Processing (2012-
tial context modelling and Bayesi-
2016) and the lead guest editor for the
an inference in tasks such as crack
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal
detection, paint loss detection and
Processing for the Special Issue “Ad-
virtual inpainting. Concrete exam-
vanced Statistical Tools for Enhanced
ples will be shown from the ongoing
Quality Digital Imaging with Realistic
conservation-restoration treatment
Capture Models” (2013). The work of
of the Ghent Altarpiece.
her team was rewarded the Best Pa-
per Award of the IEEE GRSS (Geosci-
ence and Remote Sensing Society)
Data Fusion contest twice, in 2013 and
2014. She received the scientific prize
“de Boelpaepe” for 2013-2014, award-
ed by the Royal Academy of Science,
Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium.

Andrea M. Tonello
Institute of Networked and Embedded Systems

Learning, Processing and

Communication in Smart Energy Grids

The introduction of renewables Biography

and the goal of increasing efficiency
and reliability is revolutionizing ener- Dr. Andrea Tonello is professor of
gy grids. Energy grids must become embedded communication systems
intelligent and be able to manage at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria.
energy flows and flexibly adapt to He has been associate professor at
changes in production and demand. the University of Udine, Italy, technical
This paradigm has fostered the cre- manager at Bell Labs-Lucent Tech-
ation of new business models on top nologies, USA, and managing direc-
of technology advances. The physi- tor of Bell Labs Italy, where he was
cal infrastructure must embed sens- responsible for research on cellular
ing, communication and processing technology. He is also the founder
capabilities. This talk will provide an of the spin-off company WiTiKee. He
overview of relevant applications received his PhD from the University
(from metering and diagnostics to of Padova, Italy, and several awards,
energy management) and discuss among which are the Lucent Bell Labs
the role of sensing, processing and Recognition of Excellence Award, the
inference. RAENG (UK) Distinguished Visiting Fel-
lowship, the IEEE VTS and COMSOC
It will also cover relevant commu- Distinguished Lecturer Awards, and
nication technologies to provide con- the Italian Full Professor Habilitation.
nectivity and in particular new appli-
cations of power line communication He has also received nine best pa-
that enable grid diagnostics by pro- per awards. He has served as an as-
cessing high frequency signals. In this sociate editor for IET Smart Grid, IEEE
context, we will also elaborate on the ACCESS, IEEE Trans. on Communica-
concept of learning the system mod- tions, the AEÜ Int. Journal of Electron-
el and discuss how top-down phe- ics and Communications, and the
nomenological approaches followed IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology.
by machine learning paradigms can He was the chair of the IEEE Technical
be merged with bottom-up physical Committee on PLC, the general chair
domain approaches. of IEEE SmartGridComm 2014 and IEEE
ISPLC 2011. His current research spans
the areas of wireless and power line
communications, statistical signal
processing, energy grids, and aerial
Milan Z. Bjelica

Deep Learning vs. Safety

- Practical Approach and Platform Design Perspective

Deep Learning is a promising field, solutions for the industry in the fields
allowing an increase in artificial in- of consumer electronics, the Inter-
telligence applications across many net of Things, multimedia and auto-
fields, ranging from data science, motive, which are utilized by several
medical, weather, and aerospace to major international Tier 1 and OEM
automotive. Applications of computer companies. Some of the latest con-
vision-based deep learning are vastly tributions include his work on cen-
assisted by modern System-on-Chip tral car computer design, providing
architectures, which provide the re- heterogeneous environments for
quired parallelism, heterogeneity and the efficient execution of automo-
interfacing. However, the application tive algorithms, as well as providing
of deep learning to safety-critical means for deep learning execution in
contexts where human lives might be a transparent, controllable and safe
at stake, such as in self-driving cars, environment. Dr. Bjelica has authored
still has many pitfalls. Ongoing aca- over a hundred scientific and pro-
demic research tackles transparent fessional publications, out of which
AI, in which the correctness of AI is 11 were published in major journals,
attempted to be reached by design; as well as 24 patents and numer-
however, the outcome of this research ous technical contributions. He won
is still far-fetched. In this talk, we will the “Special Merit Award” for his talk
discuss a practical approach when in- at the Consumer Electronics Show -
tegrating deep learning vision-based ICCE in Las Vegas, 2013. He was nom-
solutions into a safety-critical context, inated as the best young researcher
which can be achieved today. We by the Faculty of Technical Sciences
outline an approach which introduces in 2014. He is an active member of
a software/hardware platform design IEEE, especially IEEE Consumer Elec-
which fosters diversity, with the goal of tronics Society, within which he was
minimizing risk of critical failures which a Technical Program Chair for IEEE
are induced by AI in decision making. ICCE conferences in Berlin, Germany
(2015, 2017) and one of the founders
Biography of IEEE ZINC conferences in Novi Sad,
where he also chaired the program
Prof. Milan Z. Bjelica is an associate (2016-2018). He is also a regular visit-
professor at the University of Novi Sad, ing researcher and speaker at major
and Head of Innovation at RT-RK Re- events, including the Fraunhofer Insti-
search Institute. During his career, he tute (Germany) and the Consumer
led the implementation of numerous Electronics Association (USA).

Gregor Rozinaj
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies

Methodology and Technologies for Online Education

Rozinaj G., Podhradsky P. education within dozens of most-

ly European projects. The results of
The educational process is as old these projects show that online ed-
as the mankind itself. Education of ucation is an extremely complex
the younger generation is a com- task with multidisciplinary problems.
plex task and every suitable tool However, the projects show promis-
has been used to improve the pro- ing results regarding this topic. Re-
cess. Nowadays, not only modern sults of the new Horizon 2020 NEW-
approaches like the student cen- TON will be discussed, too.
tric model, gamification, personal-
ization, experience-based learning, Biography
problem-based learning, project
orientation rather than knowledge Gregor Rozinaj is a professor at the
acquisition have been introduced, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and
but new technologies like virtual re- Information Technologies, Slovak
ality (VR), augmented reality (AR), University of Technology in Bratisla-
interactive multimedia services offer va. Currently, he is a director of the
better experience-based learning, Institute for Multimedia ICT, FEI STU.
faster education and more durable He has published approximately 150
knowledge. Technology solutions are papers in scientific journals and in-
deeply dependent on the economic ternational conferences. He is the
situation of schools. author of 4 patents, 3 of them world-
wide. His scientific school consists of
One of the open problems of on- 14 successfully finished PhD students
line education is distant presence of and more than 120 MSc students. He
students and teachers. Telereality is has served as a principal investigator
a new keyword and covers the re- on more than 20 research projects,
search area of full virtual access to a among them Horizon2020/FP7 pro-
distant place with 3D audio and vid- jects. His research interest is oriented
eo stream and, in specific cases, with to multimedia processing, optimiza-
multisensorial experience. tion techniques, fast algorithms, HCI.
Previously, he worked at the University
Many projects have been devoted of Stuttgart, Germany and Alcatel Re-
to online education. Authors have search Centre in Stuttgart, Germany.
many years of experience in online (h-index: 6, Google scholar: 9).
Robert Cupec
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
and Information Technology

Object Detection and Classification

in 3D Point Clouds for Mobile Robot Manipulation

The ability to perceive a scene as a Biography

set of objects and recognize objects
of interest is very important for intel- Robert Cupec graduated from
ligent robots which are expected to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
operate in complex and unstructured University of Zagreb, in 1995, where
environments. Hence, this topic is of he also received his MSc degree in
great interest to both the computer 1999. Upon graduation, he joined the
vision and robotics research com- Department of Control and Com-
munity. In this tutorial, approaches puter Engineering in Automation,
to segmenting 3D point clouds ac- University of Zagreb, where he was
quired by a 3D camera into objects, employed until 2000. From 2000
recognition of precisely defined ob- to 2004, he worked at the Institute
jects of interest and classification of of Automatic Control Engineering,
objects into one of previously learned Technische Universität München,
object classes are considered. Plen- where he received his PhD degree
ty of methods solving the considered in 2005. Currently, he is employed
tasks are proposed. In this tutorial, as a Full Professor at the Faculty of
we focus on methods suitable for Electrical Engineering, Computer
the application to service robots in Science and Information Technol-
households and public institutions as ogy Osijek, Josip Juraj Strossmayer
well as to automated agriculture. In University of Osijek, Croatia. His main
these applications, besides the de- research interest is in robot vision.
tection of the presence of an object
of interest or identification of its class,
an accurate object pose with respect
to the robot as well as identification
of object parts is required, since this
information is often needed for plan-
ning a robot manipulation operation.

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

9:00 – 16:00 13:30 - 15:10 (Room A - Lipa)

Registration Chair:
Dušan Gleich, Tomislav Matić
10:00 - 10:50 (Room A - Lipa) SESSION 1:
OPENING CEREMONY Signal Processing I
General Chairs:
Drago Žagar, Blaž Pongrac and Dušan Gleich
Snježana Rimac-Drlje Overview of Opto-Electrical
Terahertz Spectroscopy
Branka Zovko-Cihlar Danijel Šipoš, Marko Malajner
26 Years of the IWSSIP and Dušan Gleich
Conference Stepped Frequency and
UWB Pulse Based Radars for
11:00 - 12:00 (Room A - Lipa) Landmine Detection
Chair: Irena Galić
Tomislav Radišić, Mario Muštra
KEYNOTE TALK I and Petar Andraši
Aleksandra Pižurica Design of an UAV Equipped
Multimodal Data Processing and with SDR Acting as a GSM Base
Deep Learning in Digital Painting Station
Julius Foit and Miroslav Husák
Stabilized-Load Crystal Oscillator
12:00 - 13:30
Lunch Break Sven Ubik, Karel Hynek
and Jiří Melnikov
FPGA Packet Reflector for
Network Path Testing
IWSSIP 2019, 26th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing

13:30 - 15:10 (Room B - Kesten) 15:10 – 15:30

Chairs: Coffee Break
Bruno M. Carvalho, Sonja Grgić
15:30 – 16:30 (Room A - Lipa)
Image Processing I Chair: Drago Žagar

Raimundo C. S. Vasconcelos and KEYNOTE TALK II

Helio Pedrini Andrea Tonello
Estimation of Fingerprint Image Learning, Processing and
Quality Based on Neighborhood Communication in
Strengthness Homogeneity Smart Energy Grids

Jose Silva Neto, Waldson Leandro,

Matheus Gadelha, Tiago Santos,
Bruno M. Carvalho
and Edgar Garduño
Automatic Fuzzy Segmentation
of Textural Images Using
Adaptive Divergence Affinity

Marcos R. Souza, Diego Bertolini,

Helio Pedrini and Yandre M. G. Costa
Offline Handwritten Script
Recognition Based on Texture

Lucas G. Helal, Diego Bertolini,

Yandre M. G. Costa,
George D. C. Cavalcanti,
Alceu S. Britto Jr.
and Luiz E. S. Oliveira
Representation Learning
and Dissimilarity for Writer

Luciana T. Menon, Israel A. Laurensi,

Manoel C. Penna, Luiz E. S. Oliveira
and Alceu S. Britto Jr.
Data Augmentation and
Transfer Learning Applied to
Charcoal Image Classification

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

16:30 – 17:50 (Room A - Lipa) 16:30 – 17:50 (Room B - Kesten)

Chairs: Chairs:
Milan Bjelica, Krešimir Nenadić Aura Conci, Irena Galić
Image Processing for SESSION 4:
Autonomous Driving Biomedical Signal Processing
and Analysis I
Luis F. V. Silva, Danilo R. C. Bandeira
and Bruno M. Carvalho Corin F. Otesteanu
A Low-Budget Approach for Ultrasound Elastography:
Vehicle Detection and Occlusion Excitation Methods and Low-
Removal on Traffic Videos Cost Alternative

Max N. Roecker, Yandre M. G. Costa, Lenin G. Falconí, María Pérez and

Alceu S. Britto Jr., Luiz E. S. Oliveira Wilbert G. Aguilar
and Diego Bertolini Transfer Learning in Breast
Vehicle Detection and Mammogram Abnormalities
Classification in Traffic Classification with Mobilenet and
Images Using ConvNets with Nasnet
Constrained Resources
Matej Kompanek, Martin Tamajka
Ivona Matoš, Zdravko Krpić and and Wanda Benesova
Krešimir Romić Volumetric Data Augmentation
The Speed Limit Road Signs as an Effective Tool in MRI
Recognition Using Hough Classification Using 3D
Transformation and Multi-Class Convolutional Neural Network
Marija Habijan, Hrvoje Leventić, Irena
Gustavo R. Valiati and David Menotti Galić and Danilo Babin
Detecting Pedestrians with Whole Heart Segmentation
YOLOv3 and Semantic from CT images Using 3D U-Net
Segmentation Infusion Architecture

18.30 – 20.00 20:00 – 22:00

Meeting point: Muzej Slavonije
Hotel Osijek, main entrance Trg Svetog Trojstva 3
IWSSIP 2019, 26th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing
Thursday, 6 June 2019

8:30 – 15:00 9:00 – 10:40 (Room A - Lipa)

Registration Chairs:
Gregor Rozinaj, Mario Muštra
Networks and Wireless

Samira Homayouni, Stefan Schwarz

and Markus Rupp
Impact of SIR Estimation on
Feedback Reduction During
Heavy Crowd Events in 4G/5G

Marko Malajner, Dušan Gleich and

Peter Planinšič
Indoor AoA Estimation Using
Received Signal Strength
Parameter and a Support Vector

Namir Škaljo, Alen Begović, Nermin

Goran and Emir Turajlić
On Possibilities for
Improvements of xDSL
Troubleshooting Testing

Irena Petrijevčanin Vuksanović

Modeling an Interdependent
Concept of Cyber Security in
Croatian Digital Society

Dušan Gleich, Bojan Gergič, Sofija

Temkova, Dimitar Gjorgjiev, Zivko
Kokolanski, Tomislav Shuminoski,
Srečko Simović, Matic Podobnik,
Zlatko Ruščić and Marijan Pavošević
CORELA: Collaborative Learning
Platform with Integrated Remote
Laboratory Environment in VET
IWSSIP 2019, 26th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing

9:00 – 10:40 (Room B - Kesten) 10:40 – 11:00

Chairs: Coffee Break
Aleksandra Pižurica, Irena Galić
SESSION 6: 11:00 – 12:00 (Room A - Lipa)
Biomedical Signal Processing Chair: Goran Martinović
Milan Bjelica
Qiaoliang Li, Zhigang Yu, Suwen Qi, Deep Learning vs. Safety -
Zhuoying He, Shiyu Li Practical Approach and Platform
and Huimin Guan
Design Perspective
A Recognition Method of Urine
Cast Based on Deep Learning
12:00 – 13:00
Suwen Qi, Tao Nie, Qiaoliang Li, Lunch Break
Zhuoying He, Depeng Xu
and Qiwen Chen
13:00 – 14:00 (Room A - Lipa)
A Sperm Cell Tracking
Chair: Kruno Miličević
Recognition and Classification
Vinko Staković, Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d.
“Ericsson Nikola Tesla
Abhishek Verma, Piyush Singh – Innovation and Knowledge company”
and John S. R. Alex
Anamarija Čavka, Visage Technologies
Modified Convolutional Neural “Computer vision
Network Architecture Analysis for - from an algorithm to a product”.
Facial Emotion Recognition

Adriel Araújo, Juan Vieira, Eduardo 14:00 – 15:00 (Room A – Lipa)

Jandre, Aura Conci, Diego Passos, Chair: Kruno Miličević
Vanessa Braganholo TUTORIAL
and José Viterbo Robert Cupec
A Framework for Monitoring Object Detection and
Patients with Alzheimer’s and Classification in 3D Point Clouds
Other Dementias for Mobile Robot Manipulation

Gustavo Z. Felipe, Rafael L. Aguiar,

15:30 – 23:30
Yandre M. G. Costa, Carlos N. Silla
Jr., Sheryl Brahnam, Loris Nanni and Excursion, Conference Dinner,
Shannon McMurtrey Awards Ceremony
Identification of Infants’ Cry Excursion by bus, meeting point: Hotel
Osijek, main entrance
Motivation Using Spectrograms

Friday, 7 June 2019

8:30 – 12:00 9:00 – 10:30 (Room A - Lipa)

Registration Chair:
Marko Malajner, Zdravko Krpić

Signal Processing II

Corneliu Rusu
Results in One-Dimensional
Discrete Phase Retrieval

Raissa Likhonina
QRD RLS Algorithm for
Hand Gesture Recognition

Panagiotis Tsinganos,
Bruno Cornelis, Jan Cornelis,
Bart Jansen and
Athanassios Skodras
A Hilbert Curve Based
Representation of sEMG Signals
for Gesture Recognition

Bo Ram Cho, Sukgyu Koh, Jun-Kyu

Park, Chang-Hyun Kim
and Suwoong Lee
Fundamental Experiment on
Relationship Between External
Force and Light Intensity in Soft
Tactile Sensor Using Sponge

Hagai Barmatz, Dana Klein, Yoni

Vortman, Sivan Toledo
and Yizhar Lavner
A Method for Automatic
Segmentation and Parameter
Estimation of Bird Vocalizations
IWSSIP 2019, 26th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing

9:00 – 10:30 (Room B - Kesten) 10:30 – 11:00

Chair: Coffee Break
Carlos N. Silla Jr., Josip Job

SESSION 8: 11:00 – 11:45 (Room A - Lipa)

Chair: Snježana Rimac-Drlje
Image Processing II
Deepak Anand, Goutham Ramakr- Gregor Rozinaj
ishnan and Amit Sethi Methodology and Technologies
Fast GPU-Enabled Color for Online Education
Normalization for Digital

Ali Alsam and Hans J. Rivertz

Colour to Grey by Maximum
Signed Gradient

Filip Bajić, Josip Job

and Krešimir Nenadić
Chart Classification Using
Simplified VGG Mode

Vitor G. Marques, Luis R. D. da Silva,

Bruno M. Carvalho,
Leandson R. F. de Lucena
and Marcela M. Vieira
Deep Learning-Based
Pore Segmentation of Thin
Rock Sections for Aquifer
Characterization Using Space
Color Reduction

Darwin Ttito, Rodolfo Quispe, Adín R.

Rivera and Helio Pedrini
Where Are the People? A Multi-
Stream Convolutional Neural
Network for Crowd Counting
via Density Map from Complex

Friday, 7 June 2019

11:45 – 13:00 (Room A – Lipa) 11:45 – 13:00 (Room B – Kesten)

Chair: Chair:
Goran Martinović, Ratko Grbić Hans J. Rivertz,
Snježana Rimac-Drlje
Machine Learning SESSION 10:
Image and Video Processing
Delia Velasco-Montero, Jorge
Mateusz Buczkowski and Ryszard
Ricardo Carmona-Gátán
and Ángel Rodríguez-Vázquez
Convolutional Neural Network-
On the Correlation of CNN Based Image Distortion
Performance and Hardware Classification
Metrics for Visual Inference on a Yasutaka Matsuo
Low-Cost CPU-Based Platform Inter Prediction Using Super-
Resolved or Blurred Local-
Martin Tamajka, Wanda Benesova Decoded Picture in Each CU
and Matej Kompanek
Transforming Convolutional Jelena Vlaović, Mario Vranješ,
Neural Network to an Dominik Grabić and
Interpretable Classifier Dragan Samardžija
Comparison of Objective Video
Dongxue Lu, Guiling Sun, Zhouzhou Li Quality Assessment Methods
and Yangyang Li on Videos with Different Spatial
Sparse Signal Reconstruction Resolutions
Algorithm Based On Residual
Descent Sarah A. Carneiro, Gabriel P. Silva,
Guilherme V. Leite, Ricardo Moreno,
Dražen Bajer, Bruno Zorić, Silvio J. F. Guimarães
Mario Dudjak and Goran Martinović and Helio Pedrini
Performance Analysis of Multi-Stream Deep
SMOTE-Based Oversampling Convolutional Network Using
Techniques When Dealing with High-Level Features Applied
Data Imbalance to Fall Detection in Video

13:00 – 13:15 (Room A – Lipa) 13:15 – 14:00

CLOSING CEREMONY Coffee and Light Lunch


Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d.