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Special Edition of COVID-19

Current Issue

July-September 2020| Vol 10| Issue 3

Original Article

A view transformation model based on sparse and redundant representation for human gait recognition

Background: Human gait as an effective behavioral biometric identifier has received much attention in recent years. However, there are challenges which reduce its performance. In this work we...


Original Article

Online handwritten signature verification and recognition based on dual-tree complex wavelet packet transform

Background: With the increasing advancement of technology, it is necessary to develop more accurate, convenient, and cost-effective security systems. Handwriting signature, as one of the most...


Original Article

A novel solution based on scale invariant feature transform descriptors and deep learning for the detection of suspicious regions in mammogram images

Background: Deep learning methods have become popular for their high-performance rate in the classification and detection of events in computer vision tasks. Transfer learning paradigm is wid...


Original Article

A hybrid dynamic wavelet-based modeling method for blood glucose concentration prediction in type 1 diabetes

Background: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a chronic disease that affects public health. The prediction of blood glucose concentration (BGC) is essential to improve the therapy of type 1 DM (T1DM)...


Original Article

A novel method for individual age group determination based on the hand muscle synergy

Background: As people get older, muscles become more synchronized and cooperate to accomplish an activity, so the main purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between change...


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ISSN - Print: NA,
Online: 2228-7477

Journal of Medical Signals & Sensors, a publication of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed online Quarterly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

  • Online submission
  • Wider visibility through open access
  • Higher impact
  • Prompt review

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