Thang M. Hoang

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The interpolation algorithm plays an essential role in the digital image correlation (DIC) technique for shape, deformation, and motion measurements with subpixel accuracies. At the present, little effort has been made to improve the interpolation methods used in DIC. In this Letter, a family of recursive interpolation schemes based on B-spline(More)
Fringe projection profilometry (FPP) has evolved dramatically, with many highly demanded features for three-dimensional (3D) imaging, such as high accuracy, easy implementation, and capability of measuring multiple objects with complex shapes. A vital component for an FPP-based 3D imaging system is the calibration process. The existing calibration methods(More)
Fringe-projection profilometry is one of the most commonly used noncontact methods for acquiring the three-dimensional (3D) shape information of objects. In practice, the luminance nonlinearity caused by the gamma effect of a digital projector and a digital camera yields undesired fringe intensity changes, which substantially reduce the measurement(More)
Previous published researches on chaos, controlling and synchronization in phased–locked loops focused only on integer–order phase–locked loops. In this paper, we study control and synchronization of phase–locked loop systems based on fractional–order differential equations. Stability analyses of commensurate fractional– order linear system are utilized to(More)
In this paper, a support vector machine (SVM) classifier has been used to detect a face in an authentication application. A face candidate is first allocated from the input frame and then normalized to 200x200 pixels images. The textureness of candidates is then measured by the combination of BDIP and BVLC moments and classified into face and non-face ones(More)
— Recent research result has shown that two mul-tidelay feedback systems can synchronize each other under different schemes, i.e. lag, projective-lag, anticipating, or projective-anticipating synchronization. There, the driving signal is significantly complex due that it is constituted by multiple nonlinear transformations of delayed state variable. In this(More)
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