Shan Xu

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Self-related information has been found to be processed more quickly and accurately in studies with supraliminal self-stimuli and traditional paradigms such as masked priming. We conducted two experiments to investigate whether subliminal self-face processing enjoys this advantage and the neural correlates of processing self-faces at both subliminal and(More)
A central problem in neuroscience is reconstructing neuronal circuits on the synapse level. Due to a wide range of scales in brain architecture such reconstruction requires imaging that is both high-resolution and high-throughput. Existing electron microscopy (EM) techniques possess required resolution in the lateral plane and either high-throughput or high(More)
—In this paper, a neural network based uniformity controller is developed for the linear chemical–mechanical planariza-tion (CMP) process. The control law utilizes the metrology measurements of the wafer uniformity profile and tunes the pressures of different air-bearing zones on Lam linear CMP polishers. A feedforward neural network is used to self-learn(More)
The analysis and evaluation of camouflage performance is an important procedure in digital camouflage pattern design, as it helps to improve the design quality of camouflage patterns. In this paper, we propose a novel framework that uses the nonlinear fusion of multiple image features to quantitatively evaluate the degree to which the target and surrounding(More)
Detecting sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) offers a new approach for remote sensing photosynthesis. However, to analyse the response characteristics of SIF under different stress states, a long-term time-series comparative observation of vegetation under different stress states must be carried out at the canopy scale, such that the similarities(More)
In this paper we discuss an end-point detection (EPD) method for the dielectric linear chemical–mechanical planarization (CMP) processes. The proposed EPD algorithms utilize the interferometry optical signals to determine the post-CMP film thickness. A set of collected broadband spectral signals are formed as a spectral image. An image-matching technique is(More)
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