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Toshiro Kubota University of South Carolina Department of Computer Science Intelligent Systems Laboratory Columbia, South Carolina 29208 Abstract. Texture measures offer a means of detecting targets in background clutter that has similar spectral characteristics. Our previous studies demonstrated that the ‘‘fractal signature’’ (a feature set based on the… (More)

- Toshiro Kubota, Fausto Espinal
- ICPR
- 2000

This paper describes a technique for determining a classiication map or a hypothesis selection map using a system of reaction-diiusion equations. The reaction term of the equations is a replicator equation and provides a mutually exclusive solution. The diffusion term exploits the local consistency of the solution. The technique is eecient for problems with… (More)

- Fausto Espinal, Terry Huntsberger, Peter R. Rogina
- 2007

Spherical environment maps capture all of the light visible from a given point in space. From such a representation it is possible to render any perspective view along any direction from a xed eye position located at the center of the sphere. In this paper this idea is extended to allow for eye movement within a bounded region of space. A novel method for… (More)

This paper describes a technique for determining a classi cation map or a hypothesis selection map using a system of reaction-di usion equations. The reaction term of the equations is a replicator equation and provides a mutually exclusive solution. The diffusion term exploits the local consistency of the solution. The technique is e cient for problems with… (More)

- Fausto Espinal
- ACM Southeast Regional Conference
- 1998

The theory of elasticity describes the behavior of deformable materials when these are subjected to external forces. It describes the motion of the elements composing the body. A set of ordinary differential equations model the behavior of such a physical system. By discretizing the solution domain, it is possible to come up with an efficient computer… (More)

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