Ronald W. Schafer
|Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA|
Area:Digital Signal Processing
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Schafer, Ronald W., 1938- Echo removal by discrete generalized linear filtering. Based on a Ph.D. thesis in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering, 1968.
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|Fekri F, Sartipi M, Mersereau RM, et al. (2005) Convolutional codes using finite-field wavelets: Time-varying codes and more Ieee Transactions On Signal Processing. 53: 1881-1896|
|Slabaugh GG, Culbertson WB, Malzbender T, et al. (2004) Methods for volumetric reconstruction of visual scenes International Journal of Computer Vision. 57: 179-199|
|Fekri F, Mersereau RM, Schafer RW. (2003) Two-Band Wavelets and Filterbanks Over Finite Fields with Connections to Error Control Coding Ieee Transactions On Signal Processing. 51: 3143-3151|
|Slabaugh GG, Schafer RW, Hans MC. (2003) Image-based photo hulls for fast and photo-realistic new view synthesis Real-Time Imaging. 9: 347-360|
|Abufadel A, Eisner RL, Schafer RW. (2001) Differences due to collimator blurring in cardiac images with use of circular and elliptic camera orbits Journal of Nuclear Cardiology. 8: 458-465|
|Hans M, Schafer RW. (2001) Lossless compression of digital audio Ieee Signal Processing Magazine. 18: 21-32|
|Queiroz RLd, Florencio DAF, Schafer RW. (1998) Nonexpansive pyramid for image coding using a nonlinear filterbank Ieee Transactions On Image Processing. 7: 246-252|
|Arco JCd, Schafer RW, Maojo V. (1998) Image segmentation using intraregion averaging techniques Optical Engineering. 37: 2926-2936|
|Crespo J, Schafer RW. (1997) Edge-based adaptive smoothing Optical Engineering. 36: 3081-3092|
|Crespo J, Schafer RW. (1997) Locality and Adjacency Stability Constraints for MorphologicalConnected Operators Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision. 7: 85-102|