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3D Morphable Face Models - Past, Present and Future
3D Morphable Face Models - Past, Present and Future

Egger, B., Smith, W. A. P., Tewari, A., Wuhrer, S., Zollhoefer, M., Beeler, T., Bernard, F., Bolkart, T., Kortylewski, A., Romdhani, S., Theobalt, C., Blanz, V., Vetter, T.

ACM Transactions on Graphics, September 2020 (article)

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In this paper, we provide a detailed survey of 3D Morphable Face Models over the 20 years since they were first proposed. The challenges in building and applying these models, namely capture, modeling, image formation, and image analysis, are still active research topics, and we review the state-of-the-art in each of these areas. We also look ahead, identifying unsolved challenges, proposing directions for future research and highlighting the broad range of current and future applications.

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Interface-mediated spontaneous symmetry breaking and mutual communication between drops containing chemically active particles
Interface-mediated spontaneous symmetry breaking and mutual communication between drops containing chemically active particles

Singh, D., Domínguez, A., Choudhury, U., Kottapalli, S., Popescu, M., Dietrich, S., Fischer, P.

Nature Communications, 11(2210), May 2020 (article)

Abstract
Symmetry breaking and the emergence of self-organized patterns is the hallmark of com- plexity. Here, we demonstrate that a sessile drop, containing titania powder particles with negligible self-propulsion, exhibits a transition to collective motion leading to self-organized flow patterns. This phenomenology emerges through a novel mechanism involving the interplay between the chemical activity of the photocatalytic particles, which induces Mar- angoni stresses at the liquid–liquid interface, and the geometrical confinement provided by the drop. The response of the interface to the chemical activity of the particles is the source of a significantly amplified hydrodynamic flow within the drop, which moves the particles. Furthermore, in ensembles of such active drops long-ranged ordering of the flow patterns within the drops is observed. We show that the ordering is dictated by a chemical com- munication between drops, i.e., an alignment of the flow patterns is induced by the gradients of the chemicals emanating from the active particles, rather than by hydrodynamic interactions.

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General Movement Assessment from videos of computed {3D} infant body models is equally effective compared to conventional {RGB} Video rating
General Movement Assessment from videos of computed 3D infant body models is equally effective compared to conventional RGB Video rating

Schroeder, S., Hesse, N., Weinberger, R., Tacke, U., Gerstl, L., Hilgendorff, A., Heinen, F., Arens, M., Bodensteiner, C., Dijkstra, L. J., Pujades, S., Black, M., Hadders-Algra, M.

Early Human Development, 144, May 2020 (article)

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Background: General Movement Assessment (GMA) is a powerful tool to predict Cerebral Palsy (CP). Yet, GMA requires substantial training hampering its implementation in clinical routine. This inspired a world-wide quest for automated GMA. Aim: To test whether a low-cost, marker-less system for three-dimensional motion capture from RGB depth sequences using a whole body infant model may serve as the basis for automated GMA. Study design: Clinical case study at an academic neurodevelopmental outpatient clinic. Subjects: Twenty-nine high-risk infants were recruited and assessed at their clinical follow-up at 2-4 month corrected age (CA). Their neurodevelopmental outcome was assessed regularly up to 12-31 months CA. Outcome measures: GMA according to Hadders-Algra by a masked GMA-expert of conventional and computed 3D body model (“SMIL motion”) videos of the same GMs. Agreement between both GMAs was assessed, and sensitivity and specificity of both methods to predict CP at ≥12 months CA. Results: The agreement of the two GMA ratings was substantial, with κ=0.66 for the classification of definitely abnormal (DA) GMs and an ICC of 0.887 (95% CI 0.762;0.947) for a more detailed GM-scoring. Five children were diagnosed with CP (four bilateral, one unilateral CP). The GMs of the child with unilateral CP were twice rated as mildly abnormal. DA-ratings of both videos predicted bilateral CP well: sensitivity 75% and 100%, specificity 88% and 92% for conventional and SMIL motion videos, respectively. Conclusions: Our computed infant 3D full body model is an attractive starting point for automated GMA in infants at risk of CP.

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Learning Multi-Human Optical Flow
Learning Multi-Human Optical Flow

Ranjan, A., Hoffmann, D. T., Tzionas, D., Tang, S., Romero, J., Black, M. J.

International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV), (128):873-890, April 2020 (article)

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The optical flow of humans is well known to be useful for the analysis of human action. Recent optical flow methods focus on training deep networks to approach the problem. However, the training data used by them does not cover the domain of human motion. Therefore, we develop a dataset of multi-human optical flow and train optical flow networks on this dataset. We use a 3D model of the human body and motion capture data to synthesize realistic flow fields in both single-and multi-person images. We then train optical flow networks to estimate human flow fields from pairs of images. We demonstrate that our trained networks are more accurate than a wide range of top methods on held-out test data and that they can generalize well to real image sequences. The code, trained models and the dataset are available for research.

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Real Time Trajectory Prediction Using Deep Conditional Generative Models

Gomez-Gonzalez, S., Prokudin, S., Schölkopf, B., Peters, J.

IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 5(2):970-976, IEEE, January 2020 (article)

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Axisymmetric spheroidal squirmers and self-diffusiophoretic particles

Pöhnl, R., Popescu, M. N., Uspal, W. E.

Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 32(16), IOP Publishing, Bristol, 2020 (article)

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Tracer diffusion on a crowded random Manhattan lattice

Mej\’\ia-Monasterio, C., Nechaev, S., Oshanin, G., Vasilyev, O.

New Journal of Physics, 22(3), IOP Publishing, Bristol, 2020 (article)

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Wetting transitions on soft substrates

Napiorkowski, M., Schimmele, L., Dietrich, S.

{EPL}, 129(1), EDP Science, Les-Ulis, 2020 (article)

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Blessing and Curse: How a Supercapacitor Large Capacitance Causes its Slow Charging

Lian, C., Janssen, M., Liu, H., van Roij, R.

Physical Review Letters, 124(7), American Physical Society, Woodbury, N.Y., 2020 (article)

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Interplay of quenching temperature and drift in Brownian dynamics

Khalilian, H., Nejad, M. R., Moghaddam, A. G., Rohwer, C. M.

EPL, 128(6), EDP Science, Les-Ulis, 2020 (article)

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Fractal-seaweeds type functionalization of graphene

Amsharov, K., Sharapa, D. I., Vasilyev, O. A., Martin, O., Hauke, F., Görling, A., Soni, H., Hirsch, A.

Carbon, 158, pages: 435-448, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2020 (article)

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Effective pair interaction of patchy particles in critical fluids

Farahmand Bafi, N., Nowakowski, P., Dietrich, S.

The Journal of Chemical Physics, 152(11), American Institute of Physics, Woodbury, N.Y., 2020 (article)

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Visual-Inertial Mapping with Non-Linear Factor Recovery

Usenko, V., Demmel, N., Schubert, D., Stückler, J., Cremers, D.

IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L), 5, 2020, accepted for presentation at IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2020, to appear, arXiv:1904.06504 (article)

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Cameras and inertial measurement units are complementary sensors for ego-motion estimation and environment mapping. Their combination makes visual-inertial odometry (VIO) systems more accurate and robust. For globally consistent mapping, however, combining visual and inertial information is not straightforward. To estimate the motion and geometry with a set of images large baselines are required. Because of that, most systems operate on keyframes that have large time intervals between each other. Inertial data on the other hand quickly degrades with the duration of the intervals and after several seconds of integration, it typically contains only little useful information. In this paper, we propose to extract relevant information for visual-inertial mapping from visual-inertial odometry using non-linear factor recovery. We reconstruct a set of non-linear factors that make an optimal approximation of the information on the trajectory accumulated by VIO. To obtain a globally consistent map we combine these factors with loop-closing constraints using bundle adjustment. The VIO factors make the roll and pitch angles of the global map observable, and improve the robustness and the accuracy of the mapping. In experiments on a public benchmark, we demonstrate superior performance of our method over the state-of-the-art approaches.

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Cassie-Wenzel transition of a binary liquid mixture on a nanosculptured surface

Singh, S. L., Schimmele, L., Dietrich, S.

Physical Review E, 101(5), American Physical Society, Melville, NY, 2020 (article)

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Energy storage in steady states under cyclic local energy input

Zhang, Y., Holyst, R., Maciolek, A.

Physical Review E, 101(1), American Physical Society, Melville, NY, 2020 (article)

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Numerical simulations of self-diffusiophoretic colloids at fluid interfaces

Peter, T., Malgaretti, P., Rivas, N., Scagliarini, A., Harting, J., Dietrich, S.

Soft Matter, 16(14):3536-3547, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 2020 (article)

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Interplay of complete wetting, critical adsorption, and capillary condensation

Drzewinski, A., Maciolek, A., Barasinski, A., Dietrich, S.

Physical Review E, 79, 2009 (article)

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The critical Casimir effect: universal fluctuation-induced forces at work

Gambassi, A., Hertlein, C., Helden, L., Dietrich, S., Bechinger, C.

Europhysics News, 40(01):18-22, 2009 (article)

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Effective interactions of colloids on nematic films

Oettel, M., Dominguez, A., Tasinkevych, M., Dietrich, S.

European Physical Journal E, 28(02):99-111, 2009 (article)

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Self-diffusion and cooperative diffusion in semidilute polymer solutions as measured by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy

Zettl, U., Hoffmann, S. T., Koberling, F., Krausch, G., Enderlein, J., Harnau, L., Ballauff, M.

Macromolecules, 42, pages: 9537-9547, 2009 (article)

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Free-energy function based on an all-atom model for proteins

Yoshidome, T., Oda, K., Harano, Y., Roth, R., Sugita, Y., Ikeguchi, M., Kinoshita, M.

Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 77(4):950-961, 2009 (article)

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On scale-free and poly-scale behaviors of random hierarchical networks

Avetisov, V. A., Chertovitch, A. V., Nechaev, S .K., Vasilyev, O. A.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, July 2009, 2009 (article)

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3D Brownian diffusion of submicron-sized particle clusters

Hoffmann, M., Wagner, C. S., Harnau, L., Wittemann, A.

ACS Nano, 3(10):3326-3334, 2009 (article)

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Normal and lateral critical Casimir forces between colloids and patterned substrates

Tröndle, M., Kondrat, S., Gambassi, A., Harnau, L., Dietrich, S.

EPL, 88, 2009 (article)

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Critical wetting transitions in two-dimensional systems subject to long-ranged boundary fields

Drzewinski, A., Maciolek, A., Barasinski, A., Dietrich, S.

Physical Review E, 79, 2009 (article)

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Derivation of a non-local interfacial model for 3D wetting in an external field

Bernardino, N. R., Parry, A. O., Rascon, C., Romero-Enrique, J. M.

Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 21(46), 2009 (article)

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Coupling of rotational motion with shape fluctuations of core-shell microgels having tunable softness

Bolisetty, S., Hoffmann, M., Lekkala, S., Hellweg, T., Ballauff, M., Harnau, L.

Macromolecules, 42, pages: 1264-1269, 2009 (article)

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Strong-disorder paramagnetic-ferromagnetic fixed point in the square-lattice +/-J Ising model

Parisen Toldin, F., Pelissetto, A., Vicari, E.

Journal of Statistical Physics, 135(5):1039-1061, 2009 (article)

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Structure and interaction of flexible dendrimers in concentrated solution

Rosenfeldt, S., Ballauff, M., Lindner, P., Harnau, L.

The Journal of Chemical Physics, 130, 2009 (article)

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Layering of (BMIM)+-based ionic liquids at a charged sapphire interface

Mezger, M., Schramm, S., Schröder, H., Reichert, H., Deutsch, M., de Souza, E. J., Okasinski, J. S., Ocko, B. M., Honkimäki, V., Dosch, H.

Journal of Chemical Physics, 131, 2009 (article)

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Nano-droplets on structured substrates

Rauscher, M. A., Dietrich, S.

Soft Matter, 5(16):2997-3001, 2009 (article)

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Self-assembly of Janus cylinders into hierarchical superstructures

Walther, A., Drechsler, M., Rosenfeldt, S., Harnau, L., Ballauff, M., Abetz, V., Müller, A. H. E.

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 131, pages: 4720-4728, 2009 (article)

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Solvent-mediated interactions between nanoparticles at fluid interfaces

Bresme, F., Lehle, H., Oettel, M.

Journal of Chemical Physics, 130(21), 2009 (article)

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Diffusion of a sphere in a dilute solution of polymer coils

Krüger, M., Rauscher, M.

Journal of Chemical Physics, 131(9), 2009 (article)

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Dynamics of nanodroplets on topographically structured substrates

Moosavi, A., Rauscher, M., Dietrich, S.

Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 21(46), 2009 (article)

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Critical Casimir effect in classical binary liquid mixtures

Gambassi, A., Maciolek, A., Hertlein, C., Nellen, U., Helden, L., Bechinger, C., Dietrich, S.

Physical Review E, 80, 2009 (article)

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Phase transitions and ordering of confined dipolar fluids

Szalai, I., Dietrich, S.

European Physical Journal E, 28(3):347-359, 2009 (article)

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Nonlinear dielectric effect of dipolar fluids

Szalai, I., Nagy, S., Dietrich, S.

Journal of Chemical Physics, 131(15), 2009 (article)

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Some physical applications of random hierarchical matrices

Avetisov, V. A., Bikulov, A. K., Vasilyev, O. A., Nechaev, S. K., Chertovich, A. V.

Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, 109(3):485-504, 2009 (article)

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Interaction of cylindrical polymer brushes in dilute and semi-dilute solution

Bolisetty, S., Rosenfeldt, S., Rochette, C. N., Harnau, L., Lindner, P., Xu, Y., Mueller, A. H. E., Ballauff, M.

Colloid and Polymer Science, 287, pages: 129-138, 2009 (article)

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Survival of an evasive prey

Oshanin, G., Vasilyev, O., Krapivsky, P. L., Klafter, J.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(33):13696-13701, 2009 (article)

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Manipulating cylindrical polyelectrolyte brushes on the nanoscale by counterions: collapse transition to helical structures

Xu, Y., Bolisetty, S., Drechsler, M., Fang, B., Yuan, J., Harnau, L., Ballauff, M., Mueller, A. H. E.

Soft Matter, 5, pages: 379-384, 2009 (article)

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Confinement effects on diffusiophoretic self-propellers

Popescu, M. N., Dietrich, S., Oshanin, G.

Journal of Chemical Physics, 130(19), 2009 (article)

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Line tension and the shape of nanodroplets

Schimmele, L., Dietrich, S.

European Physical Journal E, 30(4):427-430, 2009 (article)

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Critical Casimir interaction of ellipsoidal colloids with a planar wall

Kondrat, S., Harnau, L., Dietrich, S.

The Journal of Chemical Physics, 131, 2009 (article)

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Selectivity in binary fluid mixtures: static and dynamical properties

Roth, R., Rauscher, M., Archer, A. J.

Physical Review E, 80(2), 2009 (article)

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Depletion interactions of two spheres - Full density functional theory vs. morphometric results

Oettel, M., Hansen-Goos, H., Bryk, P., Roth, R.

EPL, 85(03), 2009 (article)

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Fundamental measure theory for inhomogeneous fluids of nonspherical particles

Hansen-Goos, H., Mecke, K.

Physical Review Letters, 102(1), 2009 (article)

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