Andrew D. Hellicar

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We present a method for estimating the point spread function of a terahertz imaging system designed to operate in reflection mode. The method is based on imaging phantoms with known geometry, which have patterns with sharp edges at all orientations. The point spread functions are obtained by a deconvolution technique in the Fourier domain. We validate our(More)
Despite ongoing reduction in genotyping costs, genomic studies involving large numbers of species with low economic value (such as Black Tiger prawns) remain cost prohibitive. In this scenario DNA pooling is an attractive option to reduce genotyping costs. However, genotyping of pooled samples comprising DNA from many individuals is challenging due to the(More)
BACKGROUND The costs associated with developing high density microarray technologies are prohibitive for genotyping animals when there is low economic value associated with a single animal (e.g. prawns). DNA pooling is an attempt to address this issue by combining multiple DNA samples prior to genotyping. Instead of genotyping the DNA samples of the(More)
— New sensor streams are being generated at a rapidly increasing rate. The sources of these streams are a diverse set of networked sensors, diverse both in sensing hardware and sensing modality. Machine learning algorithms are ideally placed to develop generalized methods for stream analysis. One exemplar problem is the detection and analysis of periodic(More)