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Video Based Assessment of OSATS Using Sequential Motion Textures
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014)
We present a fully automated framework for video based surgical skill assessment that incorporates the sequential and qualitative aspects of surgical motion in a data-driven manner. We replicate Objective Structured ...
Automated surgical OSATS prediction from videos
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-04)
The assessment of surgical skills is an essential part of medical training. The prevalent manual evaluations by expert surgeons are time consuming and often their outcomes vary substantially from one observer to another. ...
Recognizing Water-Based Activities in the Home Through Infrastructure-Mediated Sensing
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-09)
Activity recognition in the home has been long recognized as the foundation for many desirable applications in fields such as home automation, sustainability, and healthcare. However, building a practical home activity ...