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(Rochester Institute of Technology, 1970-09-25)
(Rochester Instutite of Technology, 1969-02-07)
Cell based biosensors using microelectrodes
(Stanford University, 1998-11)
Instruments for the study of living cells have historically been of significant importance for such things as basic neuroscience and cell biology. More recent work has included extending the use of cell based sensors to ...
(Rochester Institute of Technology, 1973-10-12)
Morphological texture-based maximum-likelihood pixel classification bbased on local granulometric moments
(Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, 1992-10)
Morphological granulometries are one-parameter filter sequences that monotonically decrease image area. A size distribution is generated by measuring the residual area after each iteration of the filter sequence. Normalization ...
Computer animation design and execution: integrating poetry and technology
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The Graphic design history archive project
Designs a feasibility study regarding a history archive at Rochester Institute of Technology. Involves the development of an image for the archive, research of other archives and other graphic design applications
The New Thaipography
This thesis is about designing a new Thai typeface. The project attempts to increase Thai typefaces options for Thai designers. The range of existing Thai typeface selection is limited, for use in text and display ...
MasqueArray: Automatic makeup selector/applicator
Discusses the design of a computer which selects and applies makeup.
Prey-handling and the evolutionary ecology of sand-swimming lizards (Lerista?: Scincidae)
(Springer: Oecologia, 1997-10)
Fossorial lizards differ in morphology from their surface-dwelling relatives. The Australian sphenomorphine skink genus Ctenotus consists of surface-dwelling species, and is closely related to the genus Lerista, which ...