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Welcome to the IMAGERS website, where you will find information about our image processing research group at UCLA. Our general research area is in mathematical modeling and computational techniques for image processing, especially using Partial Differential Equations. IMAGERS is part of the UCLA Mathematics Department and the Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, and collaborates with lots of other departments such as Computer Science Department and the School of Medicine. Our research has been supported by the Office of Naval Research (Grant #N00014-06-1-0345), the National Science Foundation (Grants #CCF-0528583 and #GEO-0610079) and National Institutes of Health (Grant #U54 RR021813).

 

         

Kangyu Ni, Xavier Bresson, Tony Chan and Selim Esedoglu, Local Histogram Based Segmentation Using the Wasserstein Distance, July 2008. [pdf ]

Jerome Darbon, A Simple Efficient Combinatorial Algorithm for Discrete Total Variation Minimization: ROF and the s,t-minimum-cut problem, July 2008.  [pdf ]

Yifei Lou, Xiaoqun Zhang, Stanley Osher and Andrea Bertozzi, Image Recovery via Nonlocal Operators, April 2008. [pdf ]

Mingqiang Zhu and Tony Chan, An Efficient Primal-Dual Hybrid Gradient Algorithm for Total Variation Image Restoration, April 2008. [pdf ]

Mingqiang Zhu, Stephen J. Wright and Tony F. Chan, Duality-Based Algorithms for Total Variation Image Restoration, April  2008. [pdf ]

Lok Ming Lui, Sheshadri Thiruvenkadam, Yalin Wang, Paul Thompson and Tony Chan, Optimized Conformal Parameterizations of Cortical Surfaces Using Shape Based Landmark Matching, March 2008. [pdf ]

Yalin Wang, Ilhwan Jo, Stephen Wong, Shing-Tung Yau and Tony F. Chan, Segmentation and Tracking of 3D Neuron Microscopy Images Using a PDE Based Method and Connected Component Labeling Algorithm, January 2008. [pdf ]

Jerome Darbon, Alexandre Cunha, Tony F. Chan, Stanley Osher and Grant J. Jensen, Fast Nonlocal Filtering Applied to Electron Cryomicroscopy, January 2008. [pdf ]

For other new papers please refer to UCLA CAM reports.

  If you have any questions and comments, please email to: imagers@math.ucla.edu