Gary M. Yagi

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Voyager 1 and 2 narrow-angle frames were used to obtain displacements of features at resolutions of 130 km over time intervals of 1 Jovian rotation. The zonal velocity d was constant to 1.5% during the 4 months between the Voyager 1 and 2 encounters. The latitudes of the zonal jet maxima (extrema of •) are the same as inferred from earth-based observations(More)
[1] The twin Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) delivered an unprecedented array of image sensors to the Mars surface. These cameras were essential for operations, science, and public engagement. The Multimission Image Processing Laboratory (MIPL) at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory was responsible for the first-order processing of all of the images returned by(More)
The utility of cluster computers (Beowulfs) for efficient parallel image processing of large-scale mosaics and stereo image correlations is presented. The parallelization of existing serial software using the message passing interface (MPI) is described. Almost perfect reduction of the required wall-clock time with increasing number of CPUs is reported.(More)
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