University of Arizona

Meredith Kathryn Kupinski


  • Spectral Invariance Hypothesis Study of Polarized Reflectance With the Ground-Based Multiangle SpectroPolarimetric Imager
  • Merit functions and measurement schemes for single parameter depolarization models
  • Effect on null spaces of list-mode imaging systems due to increasing the number of attributes
  • Compression, interpolation, and importance sampling for polarized BRDF models
  • Angle of linear polarization images of outdoor scenes
  • Quantifying the loss of information from binning list-mode data
  • Effect on null spaces of list-mode imaging systems due to increasing the size of attribute space
  • Mid-fusion of road scene polarization images on pretrained RGB neural networks
  • First results from an uncooled LWIR polarimeter for cubesat deployment
  • Evaluating the Utility of Mueller Matrix Imaging for Diffuse Material Classification
  • Parameter-based imaging from passive multispectral polarimetric measurements
  • Limitations of CNNs for Approximating the Ideal Observer Despite Quantity of Training Data or Depth of Network
  • Estimating surface orientation from microfacet Mueller matrix bidirectional reflectance distribution function models in outdoor passive imaging polarimetry
  • Polarimetric measurement utility for pre-cancer detection from uterine cervix specimens
  • Binary classification of Mueller matrix images from an optimization of PoincarĂ© coordinates
  • Relating the statistics of the angle of linear polarization to measurement uncertainty of the Stokes vector
  • Optimal channels for channelized quadratic estimators
  • Comparison of the scanning linear estimator (SLE) and ROI methods for quantitative SPECT imaging
  • Method for optimizing channelized quadratic observers for binary classification of large-dimensional image datasets
  • Polarized representation for depolarization-dominant materials

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