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Multimedia Research Lab

Description

The Multimedia Research Lab (MRL) has produced the following publications as examples of its various areas of research.

  • Effect of Sampling Size on data mining using artificial neural networks
  • A Neuro-statistical Approach to Ultrasound Speckle Modeling
  • Cellular Neural Networks for Segmentation of Image Sequence
  • An Investigation of a Standard Simulation-Knowledge Interface
  • Evaluation of a Prototype Visualization for Distributed Simulations
  • An Intelligent Approach to Stock Cutting Optimization
  • An Empirical Investigation of the Sensitivity of Inductive Decision Trees
  • Web-Based Performance Visualization of Distributed Discrete Event Simulation
  • A Computational Model of Visual Cortex Receptive Fields Using Spatio-Temporal Filters
  • Parallel Programming on Top of Networks of Hetrogeneous Workstation (NHW)
  • New Diagnostic Criteria For Polycythemia Rubra Vera: Artificial Neural Network Approach
  • An Analytical Model For Hybrid Checkpointing in Time Warp Distributed Simulation
  • A Fair Background Explicit Congestion Control Scheme for ATM Network
  • A Prototype for an Agent-Based Museum Tour Planner

 

Director
Dr. Hichem Frigui
Director, Multimedia Research Lab
Lutz Hall 310
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky 40292, USA

E-mail: h.frigui@louisville.edu
Tel:  (502) 852-0467
Fax: (502) 852-1577

Website
http://mrl.spd.louisville.edu

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