Deep Learning

We introduce a novel dataset consisting of approximately 5,700 video files, specifically designed to enhance the development of real-time traffic accident detection systems in smart city environments. It encompasses a diverse range of traffic scenarios, captured through Traffic/Surveillance Cameras (Trafficam) and Dash Cameras (Dashcam), along with additional external data sources. The dataset is meticulously organized into three segments: Training, Validation, and Testing, with each segment offering a unique blend of traffic and dashcam footage across different scenarios.

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STP dataset is a dataset for Arabic text detection on traffic panels in the wild. It was collected from Tunisia in “Sfax” city, the second largest Tunisian city after the capital. A total of 506 images were gathered through manual collection one by one, with each image energizing Arabic text detection challenges in natural scene images according to real existing complexity of 15 different routes in addition to ring roads, roundabouts, intersections, airport and highways.

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The classification of Doppler ultrasound images

is very important for conception prediction. However it is a

challenging problem that suffers from a variable length of those

images with a dimension gap between them. In this study, we

propose a latent representation weight learning method (LRWL)

for conception prediction with Doppler ultrasound images. Unlike

most existing related methods, LRWL can process a variable

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This LTE_RFFI project sets up an LTE device radio frequency fingerprint identification system using deep learning techniques. The LTE uplink signals are collected from ten different LTE devices using a USRP N210 in different locations. The sampling rate of the USRP is 25 MHz. The received signal is resampled to 30.72 MHz in Matlab. Then, the signals are processed and saved in the MAT file form. More details about the datasets can be found in the README document.

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5G Network slicing is one of the key enabling technologies that offer dedicated logical resources to different applications on the same physical network. However, a Denial-of-Service (DoS) or Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack can severely damage the performance and functionality of network slices. Furthermore, recent DoS/DDoS attack detection techniques are based on the available data sets which are collected from simulated 5G networks rather than from 5G network slices.

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Just Recognizable Distortion (JRD) refers to the minimum distortion that notably affects the recognition performance of a machine vision model. If a distortion added to images or videos falls within this JRD threshold, the degradation of the recognition performance will be unnoticeable. Based on this JRD property, it will be useful to Video Coding for Machine (VCM) to minimize the bit rate while maintaining the recognition performance of compressed images.

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This LTE_RFFI project sets up an LTE device radio frequency fingerprint identification system using deep learning techniques. The LTE uplink signals are collected from ten different LTE devices using a USRP N210 in different locations. The sampling rate of the USRP is 25 MHz. The received signal is resampled to 30.72 MHz in Matlab and is saved in the MAT file form. The corresponding processed signals are included in the dataset. More details about the datasets can be found in the README document.

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This dataset contains the Supplementary Information of the article "Discovering Mathematical Patterns Behind HIV-1 Genetic Recombination: a new methodology to identify viral features" (Manuscript DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2023.3311752).

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In data file (.rar) contains 16 files in .mat format, where origin data after UMAP for training.mat is  the original training data and the others are the experimental result data. data1_*.mat is the model test result file containing the simulation results (test_simu_*), model output (output_test_*), and error (error_*).

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Surveillance videos taken in unconstrained environments can be tampered with due to different environmental factors and malicious human activities. They often blur the video content and introduce difficulty in identifying the events in the scene. The problem is particularly acute for smart surveillance systems that need to make real-time decisions based on the video. Automatic detection of the blur anomalies in the video is crucial to these systems. In this research, a learning-based approach for camera blur detection is proposed.

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