Xue-gang ZHAO

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the importance of 2D versus 3D compensation methods in SPECT. The compensation methods included in the study addressed two important degrading factors, namely attenuating and collimator-detector response in SPET. They can be divided into two general categories. The conventional methods are based on the filtered(More)
Although quantitative single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) has been the goal of much research effort for a number of years, only recently has it received wide interest, especially for clinical applications. It has been increasingly recognized that the achievement of quantitative SPECT will increase the accuracy of measurements, such as(More)
As a generalized particle filtering, the box-particle filter (Box-PF) has a potential to process the measurements affected by bounded error of unknown distributions and biases. Inspired by the Box-PF, a novel implementation for multi-target tracking, called box-particle cardinal-ity balanced multi-target multi-Bernoulli (Box-CBMeMBer) filter is presented in(More)
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