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Papers in Image Processing

Image Processing papers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, A

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  1. Progress in radiotherapy is guided by the need to realize improved dose distributions, i.e. the ability to reduce the treatment volume toward the target volume and still ensuring coverage of that target volume in all dimensions. Poor ability to…
  2. A triple exposure 20-bit output high dynamic range (HDR) CMOS imager with sub 2e- rms noise floor is presented. The array consists of 1280x960 pinned photodiode pixels with 3.75um pitch and programmable (high or low) conversion gain (Fig.1). A…
  3. The tobacco Tto1 is one of the few active LTR-retrotransposons of plants, and its transposition is activated by tissue culture and is primarily regulated at the transcriptional level. The expression of Tto1 RNA can also be activated by various…
  4. This paper presents a 2.1 M pixel, 120 frame/s CMOS image sensor with column-parallel delta-sigma (ΔΣ) ADC architecture. The use of a second-order ΔΣ ADC improves the conversion speed while reducing the random noise (RN) level as well. The ΔΣ ADC…
  5. A dual global shutter CIS with pinned storage diode and floating diffusion memory enables a low noise level of 2.7e<sup>-</sup> and wide dynamic range of 92dB. Dual doping pinned diodes with a shielding structure attain a high shutter efficiency of…
  6. A single-pixel camera for THz imaging has been proposed in. In this article, we propose a new design for a single-detector THz imaging system based on compressive sampling (CS), which does not need raster scanning of the object in front of the THz…
  7. Detection, tracking, segmentation and pose estimation of people in monocular images are widely studied. Two-dimensional mod- els of the human body are extensively used, however, they are typically fairly crude, representing the body either as a…
  8. Manual quantitative analysis of cardiac left ventricular function using Multislice CT and MR is arduous because of the large data volume. In this paper, we present a 3-D active shape model (ASM) for semiautomatic segmentation of cardiac CT and MR…
  9. We present a fully implantable, wireless, neurosensor for multiple-location neural interface applications. The device integrates two independent 16-channel intracortical microelectrode arrays and can simultaneously acquire 32 channels of broadband…
  10. Elastography holds great promises for the additional characterization of lesions especially in the domain of breast cancer diagnosis. Most ultrasound based approaches have so far been limited to a one dimensional (1D) or at most two dimensional (2D)…
  11. A medical device which allows imaging of the distribution of conductivity in 3D in regions below the skin surface has been developed and tested. Its purpose is to enable early detection and preliminary diagnosis of breast tumours. Design of the…
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