Robert H. Seegal

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Methods are presented for the automated, quantitative and three-dimensional (3-D) analysis of cell populations in thick, essentially intact tissue sections while maintaining intercell spatial relationships. This analysis replaces current manual methods which are tedious and subjective. The thick sample is imaged in three dimensions using a confocal scanning(More)
The following identifies key elements of the AGC design problem for active sonars. Because the character of the background noise and of the echo are highly dependent on a sonar environment that varies from place to place and from hour to hour, the signal statistics are unknown. Researchers have left the area of AGC design to practitioners; such designs are(More)
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