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The patent application describes a novel method to support the optimal delivery of high efficiency video encoded (HEVC) video by adaptive encoding based on content, network bandwidth, or user expectations. It describes an important extension of the awarded U.S. Pattent 9,111,059 B2 on System and Methods for Dynamic Management of Hardware Resources described below. Refer to the architectures research projects and the DRASTIC research project for applications.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF AWD CNS-1422031. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
The patent is now available for licensing.
The discrete periodic radon transform can be applied to medical imaging, detecting lines in images, and fast convolution. The patent is now available for licensing.
Inventors: Timothy Perez, Yuebing Jiang, and Marios S. Pattichis, Patent filed on October 31st, 2013.
The patent describes a dynamically reconfigurable allocation of software resources during display of close-up and panoramic video views during surgery.
You can find a medical description of the technology at
the 2013 annual meeting of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeon (SAGES) abstract titled
“Role Specific Views for Laparoscopic Surgery".
Also, the technology has been described in:
Y. Jiang, T. Perez, M. Pattichis, and B. Khan. “A configurable system for role-specific video imaging during laparoscopic surgery," In IEEE 12th International Conference on Bioinformatics Bioengineering (BIBE), pages 738-743, Nov 2012.You can also refer to related research in hysteroscopic image analysis (scroll down).
Dynamic management of software and hardware resources allows joint optimization
of performance, power/energy, accuracy, and bandwidth in image and video processing systems.
Refer to the architectures research projects and the
DRASTIC research project for applications.
Applications include adaptive video communications (including medical video communications),
digital filtering, and adaptive filterbank implementations.
The patent is now available for licensing.
The patent extends the previous AM-FM patent on System and Methods of Amplitude Modulation – Frequency Modulation (AM-FM) Demodulation for Image and Video Processing (U.S. Patent 8,515,201 B1) given below. Details can also be found in:
P. Rodriguez, V. Murray, and M. Pattichis. “ A regularized optimization approach for am-fm reconstructions . In Proc. Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers,” pages 219-221, Nov 2010.Refer to the research in multi-dimensional AM-FM representations and also biomedical research projects for potential biomedical and general-purpose applications of the technology. Currently, the patent is available for licensing (including biomedical engineering applications).
The patent describes the development of robust methods for estimating AM-FM features from digital images. Biomedical applications were licensed to VisionQuest Biomedical, LLC. AM-FM representations have led to state of the art systems in computer aided diagnosis (CAD) in diabetic retinopathy image analysis, early prediction of advanced cases in multiple sclerosis, characterization of early atherosclerosis, and analysis of surface EMG signals. Refer to the research in multi-dimensional AM-FM representations and also biomedical research projects for more details. for several successful biomedical and general-purpose applications of the technology. Currently, the patent is available for licensing (including biomedical applications).