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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder with very high prevalence around the world. Research progress in the field of ASD facial analysis in pediatric patients has been hindered due to a lack of well-established baselines. In this paper, we propose the use of the Vision Transformer (ViT) for the computational analysis of pediatric ASD. The presented model, known as ViTASD, distills knowledge from large facial expression datasets and offers model structure transferability.


Quantum State Tomography (QST) is a fundamental tool for quantum signal processing. However, in real noisy quantum devices construction of the state's density matrix via QST can utilize a large amount of resources. Here, we discuss some signal processing techniques that are currently applied to this resource issue, and implement on current quantum chips a modification that can assist in reducing resources. An application of QST to quantum entanglement distillation is provided for further insight.


A new method of Gaussian process dynamic model (GPDM), named class-aware shared GPDM (CSGPDM), is presented in this paper. One of the most difference between our CSGPDM and existing GPDM is considering class information which helps to build the class label-based latent space being effective for the following class-related tasks. In terms of representation learning, CSGPDM is optimized by considering not only a non-linear relationship but also time-series relation and discriminative information of each class label.


The dynamical variational autoencoders (DVAEs) are a family of latent-variable deep generative models that extends the VAE to model a sequence of observed data and a corresponding sequence of latent vectors. In almost all the DVAEs of the literature, the temporal dependencies within each sequence and across the two sequences are modeled with recurrent neural networks.


Image noise can often be accurately fitted to a Poisson-Gaussian distribution. However, estimating the distribution parameters from a noisy image only is a challenging task. Here, we study the case when paired noisy and noise-free samples are accessible. No method is currently available to exploit the noise-free information, which may help to achieve more accurate estimations. To fill this gap, we derive a novel, cumulant-based, approach for Poisson-Gaussian noise modeling from paired image samples.


In recent years, it has been found that screen content images (SCI) can be effectively compressed based on appropriate probability modelling and suitable entropy coding methods such as arithmetic coding. The key objective is determining the best probability distribution for each pixel position. This strategy works particularly well for images with synthetic (textual) content. However, usually screen content images not only consist of synthetic but also pictorial (natural) regions. These images require diverse models of probability distributions to be optimally compressed.


Although Intelligent Reflective Surfaces (IRSs) are a cost-effective technology promising high spectral efficiency in future wireless networks, obtaining optimal IRS beamformers is a challenging problem with several practical limitations. Assuming fully-passive, sensing- free IRS operation, we introduce a new data-driven Zeroth-order Stochastic Gradient Ascent (ZoSGA) algorithm for sumrate optimization in an IRS-aided downlink setting.


In this paper, we study the performance invariance of convolutional neural networks when confronted with variable image sizes in the context of a more ”wild steganalysis”. First, we propose two algorithms and definitions for a fine experimental protocol with datasets owning ”similar difficulty” and ”similar security”. The ”smart crop 2” algorithm allows the introduction of the Nearly Nested Image Datasets (NNID) that ensure ”a similar difficulty” between various datasets, and a dichotomous research algorithm allows a ”similar security”.


Low frequency personal sound zones can be created by controlling the sound pressure in separate spatially confined regions. The performance of a sound zone system using wireless communication may be degraded due to potential packet losses. In this paper, we propose robust FIR filters for low-frequency sound zone system by incorporating information about the expected packet losses into the design.