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College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology
California State University, Los Angeles.
goal is to research autonomous image analysis on the First Look Survey.
Jianyu Dong (Dept. of Electrical Engineering), Susan Terebey (dept. of
Physics and Astronomy).
Sonny Orellana, Lei Zhao, Michael Wai, Anne Sullivan, Rich Nguyen.
an autonomous astronomical image viewer and analyzer for FITS astronomical
an autonomous object detection algorithm to facilitate the analysis of the
First Look Survey. Research is currently conducted to improve the accuracy
of object detection when clouds are present in the image.
of the autonomous object detection is being conducted based on the joint
efforts of students in Electrical Engineering and Physical Science.
user-friendly software tool with graphical user interface is being developed
to integrate the functions of the FITS image viewer, analyzer, and
autonomous object detection.
ADD ANNE SULLIVAN'S RESEARCH HERE
Orellana,L. Zhao, H. Boussalis, C.
Liu, K. Rad, J. Dong , Â“Automated Object Detection for Astronomical ImagesÂ”,
Multimedia Systems and Applications VIII , ITComÂ’06, Boston, October, 2005
Orellana, R. Nguyen, H. Boussalis, C. Liu, K. Rad, J. Dong Â“Astronomical
Image Analyzer with Automated Object DetectionÂ”. AIAA Space 2005
Conference, Long Beach, CA, August 2005.
Demery, Z. Purnajo, H. Boussalis, C. Liu, K. Rad, and J. Dong, Â“Development
of Enhanced FITS Image Viewer with Graphic User InterfaceÂ”, 2005
International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Methods,
Las Vegas, June, 2005
Purnajo, Jianyu Dong, et al., Â“Design and Implementation of FITS Image
Viewer with Adaptive Enhancement Technology,Â” WEASE Conference, Turkey,