October 23, 2006
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Alam Pesents Papers at SPIE Annual Meeting
|Dr. Mohammad S. Alam, professor and chair of the department of electrical and computer engineering at the University of South Alabama, presented six technical papers at the 2006 SPIE Annual Meeting in San Diego, Calif. The papers were co-authored by USA graduate students and postdoctoral research associates in the department.
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Alam presented the following papers:
- “Target Detection in Hyperspectral Imagery Using Stable Distribution Analysis and One-Dimensional Fringe-Adjusted Joint Transform Correlation,” co-authored by graduate students, Shuhrat Ochilov and Suat S. Mercan.
- “Pattern Recognition Using Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Orthogonal Subspace Projection Automated Pattern Recognition in Hyperspectral Imagery Using Linear Mixing Model and Vertex Component Analysis,” co-authored by graduate student Naeimul Haq.
- "Automatic Target Detection in Multiband Imagery Using Stochastic Expectation Maximization,” co-authored by postdoctoral research associate Mohamed Elbakary.
- "Pattern Recognition Using Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Orthogonal Subspace Projection," co-authored by graduate student Moinul Islam.
- "Target Detection Using Principal Component Analysis and Spectral Angle Mapper," co-authored by graduate student Zacharia Boz.
- "Optical Encryption System Using Quadrature Multiplexing," co-authored with ECE postdoctoral research associate M. Nazrul Islam.