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AU Smart Cart Senior Design Project Report Fall 2012 

Poole, Brandon; Bennett, Geoffrey; Liner, James; Chumbler, Joshua; Johnson, John; Goyal, Harshit; Roppel, Thaddeus (2017-10-26)
Team 3 consists of six members working together to design and build a fully autonomous shopping cart. The purpose of the cart is to perform as a personal shopping assistant to the user as he/she shops in different environments. ...

Characterization of Plenoptic Imaging Systems and Efficient Volumetric Estimation from Plenoptic Data 

Anglin, Paul; Reeves, Stanley J.; Thurow, Brian S. (2015-01-13)
Plenoptic imaging is a rapidly growing field driven by the ever-declining cost of imaging systems and the promise of image focus, perspective, and depth of field manipulation during post-processing. While plenoptic ...

Estimating the Center of Rotation of Tomographic Imaging Systems with Limited Projections 

Zhou, Huanyi; Reeves, Stanley J.; Panizzi, Peter R. (2021-04-02)
For a tomographic imaging system, image reconstruction quality is highly correlated with accurate determination of the true center of rotation (COR) location. A significant center offset error will introduce ringing, ...

LaTeX seminar 

Reeves, Stanley (2010-06-28)

On the Characterization and Reduction of Ill-Conditioning in Jointly Estimating Proton Density, T2* Decay and the Field Map 

Hu, Chenxi; Reeves, Stanley (2014-02-13)
We employ principal angles as a tool to demonstrate that the complex frequency is the main cause for ill-conditioning of model-based MRI reconstruction. We show that kernels of EPI and spiral trajectories have different ...

Trust region methods for estimation of a complex exponential decay model in MRI with a single-shot or multi-shot trajectory (in review) 

Hu, Chenxi; Reeves, Stanley (2015-05-05)
Joint estimation of spin density, R2* decay and off-resonance frequency maps is very useful in many magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) applications. The standard multi-echo approach can achieve high accuracy but requires a ...