K. Shahid Khurshid

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Error-free reconstruction of PET data with a registered CT attenuation map is essential for accurate quantification and interpretation of cardiac perfusion. Misalignment of the CT and PET data can produce an erroneous attenuation map that projects lung attenuation parameters onto the heart wall, thereby underestimating the attenuation and creating(More)
With the continued development of space borne hyperspectral sensors (CSA HERO, ESA CHRIS-on-PROBA, ESA SPECTRA, NASA SpectraSat) to follow the EO-1 Hyperion sensor, high spectral and spatial Earth observation data will become more readily available to the research and user communities. With this improvement in spectral and spatial resolution comes the need(More)
Soil management practices that maintain crop residue cover and reduce tillage improve soil structure, increase organic matter content in the soil, positively influence water infiltration, evaporation and soil temperature, and play an important role in fixing CO2 in the soil. Consequently, good residue management practices on agricultural land have many(More)
Computed Tomography (CT) is used for the attenuation correction of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) to enhance the efficiency of data acquisition process and to improve the quality of the reconstructed PET data in the brain. Due to the use of two different modalities, chances of misalignment between PET and CT images are quite significant. The main cause(More)
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