Shruti S.Agrawal, C.K.Kurve
Digital Image Processing is an evergreen area of research in the signal processing domain. Denoising of digital images is one of the most fundamental operations that is performed in the pre-processing stage of almost all image processing operations. This important feature makes denoising as one of the lucrative research areas within the broad area of […]
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Jonas Adler
A GPU Monte Carlo code for x-ray photon transport has been implemented and extensively tested. The code is intended for scatter compensation of cone beam computed tomography images. The code was tested to agree with other well known codes within 5% for a set of simple scenarios. The scatter compensation was also tested using an […]
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Oliver Klehm, Hans-Peter Seidel, Elmar Eisemann
Volumetric light scattering is a complex phenomenon that is difficult to simulate in real time as light can be scattered towards the camera from everywhere in space. By assuming a single-scattering model, we can transform the usually-employed ray-marching into an efficient ray-independent texture filtering process. Our algorithm builds upon a rectified shadow map as input […]
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E. Garcia, T. Hausotte
The Bayesian theorem is the most used instrument for stochastic inferencing in nonlinear dynamic systems and also the fundament of measurement uncertainty evaluation in the GUM. Many powerful algorithms have been derived and applied to numerous problems. The most widely used algorithms are the broad family of Kalman filters (KFs), the grid-based filters and the […]
Robert Senser, Tom Altman
DEF-G is a declarative language and framework for the efficient generation of OpenCL GPU applications. Using our proof-of-concept DEF-G implementation, run-time and lines-of-code comparisons are provided for three well-known algorithms (Sobel image filtering, breadth-first search and all-pairs shortest path), each evaluated on three different platforms. The DEF-G declarative language and corresponding OpenCL kernels generated complete […]
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Michael Schwall, Friedrich K. Jondral
High data rate waveforms for software defined radios (SDR) have to cope with frequency selective fading due to the mobile use in different harsh transmission environments. The received signal needs to be equalized in order to restore the transmitted information. Turbo equalization is a promising approach to deal with the inter-symbol interference occurring at the […]
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Zilong Pan
The Edinburgh Cancer Centre at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh is doing research on image analysis for predicting lung fibrosis induced by radiation as part of a treatment plan. They are developing a MATLAB code to analyse three dimensional Computed tomography (CT) images of patients but, because a standard three dimensional CT image is […]
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Thomas M. Benson, Ryan K. Hersey, Edwin Culpepper
Space-time adaptive processing (STAP) utilizes a two-dimensional adaptive filter to detect targets within a radar data set with speeds similar to the background clutter. While adaptively optimal solutions exist, they are prohibitively computationally intensive. Thus, researchers have developed alternative algorithms with nearly optimal filtering performance and greatly reduced computational intensity. While such alternatives reduce the […]
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Ying-Chih Lin, Chien-Liang Huang, Chin-Sheng Chen, Wen-Chung Chang, Yu-Jen Chen, Chia-Yuan Liu
Image registration is wildly used in the biomedical image, but there are too many textures and noises in the biomedical image to get a precise image registration. In order to get the excellent registration performance, it needs more complex image processing, and it will spend expensive computation cost. For the real time issue, this paper […]
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Sean Tager
In the field of Tracking and Data Fusion most, if not all, computations executed by a computer are carried out serially. The sole part of the process that is not entirely serial is the collection of data from multiple sensors, which can be executed in parallel. However, once the data is to be filtered the […]
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Giuseppe Palma, Francesco Piccialli, Pasquale De Michele, Salvatore Cuomo, Marco Comerci, Pasquale Borrelli, Bruno Alfano
Non-Local Means (NLM) algorithm is widely considered as a state-of-the-art denoising filter in many research fields. High computational complexity led to implementations on Graphic Processor Unit (GPU) architectures, which achieve reasonable running times by filtering, slice-by-slice, 3D datasets with a 2D NLM approach. Here we present a fully 3D NLM implementation on a multi-GPU architecture […]
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Priyank Trivedi, Tejaswi Agarwal, K. Muthunagai
RANSAC is a repeating hypothesize-and-verify procedure for parameter estimation and filtering of noise or outlier data. In the traditional approach, this algorithm is evaluated without any prior information on the set of data points which leads to an increase in the number of iterations and compute time. In this paper, we present a GPU based […]
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