Kyle R. Krueger

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Compressive sensing (CS) techniques have shown promise for sparse imaging applications such as ground penetrating radar (GPR). However, CS involves the enumeration of a dictionary which implies huge storage requirements when the problem is large and multidimensional. This paper shows that the underlying propagation model can have invariance properties that(More)
We have developed a new modular affinity system for the 2-step delivery of functional molecules to target cells. The system is based on the tautomer-specific monoclonal antibody (MAb) EM-6-47, which binds to 3- and 3,8-substituted adenines with high affinity (Ka > 10(9) l/mol) without cross-reacting with naturally occurring purine derivatives. This MAb(More)
Beautiful, healthy gingival tissue is achievable with full coverage restorations that are biologically compatible. The restorations must meet the following requirements: (1) respect for the marginal gingiva by proper preparation of the tooth and the use of a soft tissue model; (2) careful subgingival depth placement; (3) proper subgingival and supragingival(More)
Sensor array measurements can be inverted to image a region containing targets. The resulting amplitude image is usually interpreted as target strength versus location, but often the imaged amplitude is a function of more parameters than just the location. Sparse target regions can be imaged with dictionary based modeling which relies on enumeration of each(More)
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