C. Radhakrishna Rao

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Two objects with homologous landmarks are said to be of the same shape if the configurations of landmarks of one object can be exactly matched with that of the other by translation, rotation/reflection, and scaling. The observations on an object are coordinates of its landmarks with reference to a set of orthogonal coordinate axes in an appropriate(More)
  • C R Rao
  • 1998
This paper deals with pattern recognition of the shape of the boundary of closed figures on the basis of a circular sequence of measurements taken on the boundary at equal intervals of a suitably chosen argument with an arbitrary starting point. A distance measure between two boundaries is defined in such a way that it has zero value when the associated(More)
Two objects with homologous landmarks are said to be of the same shape if the configuration of landmarks of one object can be exactly matched with that of the other by translation, rotation/reflection, and scaling. In an earlier paper, the authors proposed statistical analysis of shape by considering logarithmic differences of all possible Euclidean(More)
The problem of simultaneous estimation of the number of signals and frequencies of multiple sinusoids is considered in the case when some observations are missing. The number of signals is estimated with an information theoretic criterion, and the frequencies are estimated with eigenvariation linear prediction. The strong consistency of the estimates of the(More)
Intracortical microelectrode arrays record multi-unit extracellular activity for neurophysiology studies and for brain-machine interface applications. The common first step is neural spike-detection; a process complicated by common-noise signals from motion artifacts, electromyographic activity, and electric field pickup, especially in awake/behaving(More)
Implanted intra-cortical micro-electrode arrays record multi-unit extracellular spike activity that is used in deciphering the neural basis for adaptation, learning, plasticity and as command signal for brain-machine interfaces (BMI). Detection of spike activity is the first step in successful implementation of all the aforementioned applications. However,(More)
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