Pedro Latorre Carmona

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A strong positive correlation between vegetation canopy bidirectional reflectance factor (BRF) in the near infrared (NIR) spectral region and foliar mass-based nitrogen concentration (%N) has been reported in some temperate and boreal forests. This relationship, if true, would indicate an additional role for nitrogen in the climate system via its influence(More)
In this invited paper, we present an overview of our recently published work on 3D imaging, visualization and displays, including optical security using quantum imaging principles, 3D microscopy, healthcare, automated disease identification with 3D imaging, fatigue free augmented reality 3D glasses, and optical security and authentication using photon(More)
Image Based Rendering (IBR) is a field of research whose basic aim is to generate a three-dimensional model of a scene using a set of two-dimensional images. This can be used to generate novel 2D views of the scene. Photo-consistency is one of the most widely accepted tools for high quality image based rendering (IBR). The aim of this paper is two-fold: (a)(More)
Townsend et al. (1) agree that we explained that the apparent relationship (2) between foliar nitrogen (%N) and near-infrared (NIR) canopy reflectance was largely attributable to structure (which is in turn caused by variation in fraction of broadleaf canopy). Our conclusion that the observed correlation with %N was spurious (i.e., lacking a causal basis)(More)
The one class classification problem is different from the binary/multi-class classification problem in the sense that the negative class is not present or not properly character-ized. The problem of classifying positive (target) cases in the absence of appropriately defined negative cases (outliers) has been given an increased attention during the last few(More)
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