• Adaptive bilateral extensor for image interpolation 

    Riehle, Thomas J. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    A novel algorithm for image interpolation, referred to as adaptive bilateral extensor interpolation, is proposed in this thesis. It combines useful features of an extensor based algorithm, utilizing a non-linear mapping ...
  • Algorithm for computation and visualization of weighted constrained Voronoi diagrams 

    Thamsonglar, Chaowalit (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    A weighted Voronoi diagram (WVD) has been developed in order to regionalize or allocate space around a predetermined set of points or generators for the case that generator points have different weights reflecting their ...
  • Analysis of flame images in gas-fired furnaces 

    Cokrojoyo, Handi, 1976- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    A promising architecture is proposed in this research work for evaluating gasfired furnace flame combustion quality. The quality assessment is based on information on its fuel and oxidizer flow rate level which are the ...
  • Firefly: web-based interactive tool for the visualization and validation of image processing algorithms 

    Beard, Daniel, 1983- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    Image analysis, in computer science, is defined as the process of extracting useful data from digital images for the purpose of accomplishing a goal. Examples of this might include tracking objects in satellite imagery or ...
  • Interactive web-based track editing and management 

    Madala, Phaneendra (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
    Image and video analysis is the process of extracting useful information from an image. With advances in optical and computational technologies, image and video analysis is becoming an increasingly important tool in ...
  • Real-time visualization of massive imagery and volumetric datasets 

    Roth, Ian Joseph (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    The visualization of extremely large multi-dimensional datasets requires highly scalable geometric algorithms. We consider an algorithm to be scalable if its complexity remains constant independent of the size of the ...
  • Sylview: a visualization system for forest management 

    Scott, Ian R. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    In the field of forestry, the output of forest growth models provide a wealth of detailed information that can often be difficult to analyze and perceive due to presentation either as plain text summary tables or static ...
  • Thermal image analysis using calibrated video imaging 

    Li, Dong, 1972- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    This research work introduces new techniques for temperature measurement that utilizes visual spectrum of light. A periscope with a CCD camera is used to capture the image from a high temperature gas fired furnace and ...