Russell C. Hardie

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University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, United States 
Area:
Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
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Hardie RC, Rucci MA, Bose-Pillai S, et al. (2021) Application of tilt correlation statistics to anisoplanatic optical turbulence modeling and mitigation. Applied Optics. 60: G181-G198
Van Hook RL, Hardie RC. (2021) Scene motion detection in imagery with anisoplanatic optical turbulence using a tilt-variance-based Gaussian mixture model. Applied Optics. 60: G91-G106
Rucci MA, Hardie RC, Martin RK. (2021) Simulation of anisoplanatic lucky look imaging and statistics through optical turbulence using numerical wave propagation. Applied Optics. 60: G19-G29
Elwarfalli H, Hardie RC. (2021) FIFNET: A convolutional neural network for motion-based multiframe super-resolution using fusion of interpolated frames Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 202: 103097
Narayanan BN, Hardie RC, De Silva MS, et al. (2020) Hybrid machine learning architecture for automated detection and grading of retinal images for diabetic retinopathy. Journal of Medical Imaging (Bellingham, Wash.). 7: 034501
Hardie RC, Rucci M, Karch BK, et al. (2019) Fusion of interpolated frames superresolution in the presence of atmospheric optical turbulence Optical Engineering. 58: 1
Ali RA, Hardie RC. (2017) Recursive non-local means filter for video denoising Eurasip Journal On Image and Video Processing. 2017
Rucci MA, Hardie RC, Dapore AJ. (2017) Comparing multiple turbulence restoration algorithms performance on noisy anisoplanatic imagery Proceedings of Spie. 10204: 1020409
Hardie RC, LeMaster DA. (2017) On the Simulation and Mitigation of Anisoplanatic Optical Turbulence for Long Range Imaging Proceedings of Spie. 10204
Hardie RC, Rucci MA, Dapore AJ, et al. (2017) Block matching and Wiener filtering approach to optical turbulence mitigation and its application to simulated and real imagery with quantitative error analysis Optical Engineering. 56: 71503-71503
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