Gregory Begelman is an Algorithms Team Leader at PicScout. He completed his Ph.D in 2009 under the supervision of Prof. Ehud Rivlin and Michael Zibulevsky at the Department of Computer Science at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.
Here is my blog about image search.
G. Begelman, M. Zibulevsky, E. Rivlin, and T. Kolatt. Blind decomposition of transmission light microscopic hyperspectral cube using sparse representation. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 2009.
G. Begelman, M. Zibulevsky, E. Rivlin, and T. Kolatt. Blind decomposition of microscopic hyperspectral images to physical layers using sparse representations. In Israel Society for Microscopy, 42nd annual meeting, 2008.
G. Begelman, P. Keller, and F. Smadja. Automated Tag Clustering: Improving search and exploration in the tag space. In Collaborative Web Tagging Workshop, WWW2006.
G. Begelman, M. Pechuk, E. Rivlin, and E. Sabo. System for computer-aided multiresolution microscopic pathology diagnosis. In ICVS, 2006.
G. Begelman, M. Lifshits, and E. Rivlin. Visual positioning of previously defined ROIs on microscopic slides. IEEE Transactions on Informational Technology in Biomedicine, 10(1):42-50, 2006.
G. Begelman, M. Pechuk, E. Rivlin, and E. Sabo. A microscopic telepathology system for multiresolution computer-aided diagnostics. Journal of Multimedia, 1:40-48, 2006.
G. Begelman, M. Lifshits, and E. Rivlin. Map-based microscope positioning. In BMVC, 2004.
G. Begelman, E. Gur, E. Rivlin, M. Rudzsky, and Z. Zalevsky. Cell nuclei segmentation using fuzzy logic engine. In ICIP, 2004.
G. Begelman, L. Finkelstein, and E. Gabrilovich. C++ set-theoretic operations on virtual containers. Dr. Dobb’s Journal, 2001.
G. Begelman, A. Tarko. Model of the global biosphere carbon cycle with high spatial resolution 0.5x0.5 deg. Transactions on Applied Mathematics, Computing Centre of the Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, 1999. In Russian.