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A multistage selective weighting method for improved microwave breast tomography
Microwave tomography has shown potential to successfully reconstruct the dielectric properties of the human breast, thereby providing an alternative to other imaging modalities used in breast imaging applications. Considering ...
Champions in our midst: the Apple doesn't fall far from the tree
In this issue, we are very proud to introduce you to one of the best-known early pioneers of the computer industry. His work on the early Apple computers catalyzed today's home computer industry, and he participated directly ...
Biometric technology and smartphones: a consideration of the practicalities of a broad adoption of biometrics and the likely impacts
The Widespread Global Adoption of Smartphones across all demographics and the rapid commoditization of the technology to the point at which an entry-level device can be sold profitably for less than US$100 suggest that we ...
The Internet of Things: why now, and what's next?
The technology to connect "things" to the Internet has existed for more than 20 years, so if we take a look back at recent history, we might well be tempted to ask the question "Why now" In this article, I address that ...
Supervised learning classifiers for electrical impedance-based bladder state detection
(Nature Publishing Group, 2018-03-29)
Urinary Incontinence affects over 200 million people worldwide, severely impacting the quality of life of individuals. Bladder state detection technology has the potential to improve the lives of people with urinary ...
On color texture normalization for active appearance models
The extension of the standard grayscale active appearance model (AAM) techniques to color images is investigated. Prior work in this field has mainly focused on RGB color models which did not demonstrate noticeable benefits ...