2 edition of Dynamic reconstruction errors in digital-to-analog systems with biomedical applications found in the catalog.
Dynamic reconstruction errors in digital-to-analog systems with biomedical applications
William P. Dotson
1971 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration; [for sale by the National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va.] in Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||by William P. Dotson, Jr.|
|Series||NASA technical note, NASA TN D-6296|
|LC Classifications||QP112.5.E4 D67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||77611912|
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DYNAMIC RECONSTRUCTION ERRORS IN DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG SYSTEMS WITH BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS By William P. Dotson, Jr. Manned Spacecraft Center SUMMARY Available documentation on telemetry systems used to handle analog parameters from the Apollo spacecraft indicates that digital sampling rates of approximately 5fc.
Proc. SPIEOptical Data Science II, (29 April ); doi: / n=0 of N val- ues observed with the sampling frequency fs standing for the (biomedical) signal or an image in case that data values are represented by vectors.
x(x) exp(−jkn2 π/N) (1) for k =0,1,2,N. Alternatively the wavelet transform can be used for signal or image decomposition. 3D Dynamic Thermography Dynamic reconstruction errors in digital-to-analog systems with biomedical applications book for Biomedical Applications [email protected] where f x, f y, c x and c y are the same Dynamic reconstruction errors in digital-to-analog systems with biomedical applications book in the intrinsic camera matrix K t and z n and z f.
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Dynamic Errors Many sensors are characterized and calibrated in a static condition. i.e., with an input parameter that is either static or quasi- static.
Many sensors are heavily damped so that they will not respond to rapid changes in the input parameter. Dynamic errors include response time, amplitude distortion, and phase distortion. viii List of Figures PRNU values correlated to failure rates for particular applications. 9 Pixel to pixel variations of photodiode and source follower transistor.
For an analysis of errors introduced in D/A conversions of this type see "DYNAMIC RECONSTRUCTION ERRORS IN DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG SYSTEMS WITH BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS," William P.
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