Tissa Chandesa

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Visual tracking is an important scientific problem; the human visual system is capable of tracking moving objects in a wide variety of situations. It is also of considerable practical importance; many actual and potential applications of visual tracking algorithms exist in domains such as surveillance, medicine, robotics and the media. Although many(More)
One common method to determine the existence of cavitational activity in power ultrasonics systems is by capturing images of sonoluminescence (SL) or sonochemiluminescence (SCL) in a dark environment. Conventionally, the light emitted from SL or SCL was detected based on the number of photons. Though this method is effective, it could not identify the(More)
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