Anthony C. Fang

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Scanning tunneling spectroscopy studies on high-quality Bi2Te3 crystals exhibit perfect correspondence to angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy data, hence enabling identification of different regimes measured in the local density of states (LDOS). Oscillations of LDOS near a step are analyzed. Within the main part of the surface band oscillations are(More)
Despite leaps in motion capture technology, the di-chotomy between unencumbered vision-based motion recovery and the prevailing marker-assisted motion capture solution remains largely pertinent. This paper bridges the gap by introducing an attachment-free, full-body motion capture technique that employs multiple high-speed cameras and a customized bodysuit.(More)
Body segment parameters (BSP) are essential input for the computations in kinetics of motion applied in the field of biomechanics. These data are usually obtained from population-specific predictive equations which present limitations in being representative of the population under study. More recently, medical imaging techniques have been adopted but are(More)
We address the volumetric reconstruction problem that takes as input a series of orthographic multi-energy X-ray images, producing as output a reconstructed model space consisting of uniform-size mass density voxels. Our approach solves the non-linear constrained optimization for mulation problem by constructing a compliant estimate of volumetric(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel two-level regression method for computing body mass distribution from a database of X-ray images, without scanning the new subject. Our approach first selects a suitable sample from the image database by minimizing a distance function based on the relationships between the new subject's body measurements and those of sample(More)
Efficient numerical techniques developed in the field of computer graphics are able to simulate compellingly realistic simulations of interactions between solids and fluids. These techniques are less used for engineering applications due to errors inherent in the systemic approximations. The errors, manifesting as excessive damping, are expected to change(More)
We observe unidirectional charge density wave (CDW) ordering on the quasi-2D material TbTe3 with a scanning tunneling microscope at approximately 6 K. Our analysis indicates that the CDW is fully incommensurate, with wave vector qCDW approximately 0.71x2pi/c. By imaging at various tip-sample voltages, we highlight effects of the subsurface layer and its(More)