ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 2 Public
- 1 Data Fusion
- 1 Gaussian mixture models
- 1 Hessian analysis
- 1 Industrial engineering
- 1 Information science
- 1 Kalman Filtering
- 1 Management
- 1 Medical imaging and radiology
- 1 Online Simulation
- 1 Operations Research
- 1 Supply Chain
- 1 System Science
- 1 blob detection
- 1 feature extraction
- 1 image analysis
- 1 variational bayesian
In today's global market, companies are facing unprecedented levels of uncertainties in supply, demand and in the economic environment. A critical issue for companies to survive increasing competition is to monitor the changing business environment and manage disturbances and changes in real time. In this dissertation, an integrated framework is proposed using simulation and online calibration methods to enable the adaptive management of large-scale complex supply chain systems. The design, implementation and verification of the integrated approach are studied in this dissertation. The research contributions are two-fold. First, this work enriches symbiotic simulation methodology by proposing a framework of simulation …
- Wang, Shanshan, Wu, Teresa, Fowler, John, et al.
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Recent advances in medical imaging technology have greatly enhanced imaging based diagnosis which requires computational effective and accurate algorithms to process the images (e.g., measure the objects) for quantitative assessment. In this dissertation, one type of imaging objects is of interest: small blobs. Example small blob objects are cells in histopathology images, small breast lesions in ultrasound images, glomeruli in kidney MR images etc. This problem is particularly challenging because the small blobs often have inhomogeneous intensity distribution and indistinct boundary against the background. This research develops a generalized four-phased system for small blob detections. The system includes (1) raw …
- Zhang, Min, Wu, Teresa, Li, Jing, et al.
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