Application of signal detection theory to the recognition of objects in colour-encoded X-ray images

@inproceedings{Vassiliades2010ApplicationOS,
  title={Application of signal detection theory to the recognition of objects in colour-encoded X-ray images},
  author={Vassilis Vassiliades},
  year={2010}
}
Aviation security personnel encounter problems when interpreting x-ray images of hand luggage. This research seeks to determine whether the performance of the human operator can be improved, in terms of both reliability and accuracy, through the employment of a novel multiple-view x-ray imaging technique. Thus, a series of experiments were undertaken with the aim of providing evidence for the feasibility of using KDEX displays to aid in the recognition of threatening objects in airport carry-on… CONTINUE READING

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