Dr.-Ing. Fritz Boschen
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2-D signal theoretic investigation of background elimination in visual tomographic reconstruction for safety and enabling health applications
2015 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) , Seite 2377-2380.
Schlüsselwörter: 2D signal theoretic investigation, 3D scene reconstruction, background elimination, Biomedical imaging, cameras, classical medical tomography applications, computerised tomography, elderly people, filtering techniques, health applications, Image reconstruction, Legged locomotion, mathematical analysis, mathematical description, medical image processing, medical tomography, multidimensional spectra, physical disabilities, Radio frequency, reconstruction process, reconstruction quality, Tomography, visual tomographic reconstruction, Visualization
Tomographical scene reconstruction in the active safety car project
of the 15th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC'12) , Seite 307 -312.
Schlüsselwörter: active safety car project, automobiles, Biomedical imaging, camera based measurements, cameras, driver assistance systems, driver information systems, driveway monitoring, Image reconstruction, radiographing, road safety, Signal processing algorithms, tomographical background information, tomographical scene reconstruction algorithm, Tomography, Vehicles, view camera, visual light rays, Visualization
Multisensor data fusion for advanced driver assistance systems - the Active Safety Car project
of the 7th International Workshop on Multidimensional (nD) Systems (nDS'11) , Seite 1 - 5.
Schlüsselwörter: active safety car project, automobiles, driver assistance systems, image processing, image segmentation, multisensor data fusion, object detection, object segmentation, sensor fusion, series production vehicles, traffic engineering computing
Zusammenfassung: Driver assistance systems support overstrained and affected drivers and become more and more essential for series-production vehicles. Object detection and segmentation is one of the most challenging research topics in this field. In order to warn the driver or automatically break before a potential collision, objects intersecting the path of the host vehicle have to be detected and classified. Most recently developed approaches are based on two dimensional image processing, sometimes in combination with a tracking algorithm associating detections in consecutive frames to one and the same object. Further robustness is achieved by multisensor data fusion, i.e. information by two or more different sensors (e.g. camera and radar data) are fused in order to get a much more reliable result. Another aspect for safety applications is communication between cars, which provides additional sensor locations and thus also requires data fusion technology. Two different approaches for data fusion are proposed and first results are presented.
On the influence of positioning errors on Tomography - Based sonar imaging systems
of the International IEEE Conference Oceans
Interpolation-Based Reconstruction Methods for Tomographic Imaging in 3D Positron Emission TomographyInternational Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science - Applied Image Processing, 18(1):21 - 31
Analysis on Fourier-based inversion methods for 3D-PET reconstruction
of the 5th International Workshop on Multidimensional (nD) Systems (nDS'07) , Seite 75 - 81.
Forward looking sonar
of Undersea Defence Technology Europe (UDT'06)
Investigation on projection signals in 3D PET systems
of the 12th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (ICMBE'05)
Convolution based fast algorithms for simulation of sonar signals
of Computer Methods and Systems: Numerics in Modern Systems Theory and Applications (CMS'05) , Seite 201 - 204.
Analysis on spectral properties of projection signals in 3D tomography
of the 27th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS'05)
Bemerkung: CD, Postersession
Sampling requirements of projection signals in 3D PET
of the 4th International Workshop on Multidimensional (nD) Systems (nDS'05) , Seite 166 - 171.
Spectral properties of projection signals in 3-D Tomography
of the 16th Triennial World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC'05)
Prague, Czech Republic
Bemerkung: CD, Postersession