Talita Perciano

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Vibro-acoustography (VA) is an imaging modality that produces an image of the mechanical response of an object to a localized dynamic radiation force of an ultrasound field. This technique has been studied and used in clinical applications as to image calcification in breast tissue and arteries. This paper presents the application of restoration algorithms(More)
This paper presents a processing chain to combine a Cos-moSkyMed (CSK) image and a TerraSAR-X (TSX) image. After registration and calibration steps, processing at different levels is studied: pixel level for the detection of stable features and joint filtering, primitive level for stability analysis and object level (like roads) for joint interpretation.
Fibers provide exceptional strength-to-weight ratio capabilities when woven into ceramic composites, transforming them into materials with exceptional resistance to high temperature, and high strength combined with improved fracture toughness. Microcracks are inevitable when the material is under strain, which can be imaged using synchrotron X-ray computed(More)
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Designing materials that are resistant to extreme temperatures and brittleness relies on assessing structural dynamics of samples. Algorithms are critically important to characterize material deformation under stress conditions. Here, we report on our design of coarse-grain parallel algorithms for image quality assessment based on structural information and(More)
—Line-like (curve-like), elongated and ramified structures are commonly found inside many known ecosystems. In biomedicine and biosciences, for instance, different applications can be observed: blood vessels networks, neurons, and plant roots are some examples. Therefore, the process to extract this kind of structure is a constant challenge in image(More)
BACKGROUND The ever improving brightness of accelerator based sources is enabling novel observations and discoveries with faster frame rates, larger fields of view, higher resolution, and higher dimensionality. RESULTS Here we present an integrated software/algorithmic framework designed to capitalize on high-throughput experiments through efficient(More)