Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Professsor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary
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Quantitative evaluation of several partial Fourier reconstruction algorithms used in MRI
G McGibney, MR Smith, ST Nichols, A Crawley
Magnetic resonance in medicine 30 (1), 51-59, 1993
3351993
Constrained reconstruction methods in MR imaging
ZP Liang, FE Boada, RT Constable, EM Haacke, PC Lauterbur, MR Smith
Rev Magn Reson Med 4 (2), 67-185, 1992
2921992
An unbiased signal‐to‐noise ratio measure for magnetic resonance images
G McGibney, MR Smith
Medical physics 20 (4), 1077-1078, 1993
2201993
A prototype empirical evaluation of test driven development
A Geras, M Smith, J Miller
10th International Symposium on Software Metrics, 2004. Proceedings., 405-416, 2004
1082004
Application of autoregressive moving average parametric modeling in magnetic resonance image reconstruction
MR Smith, ST Nichols, RM Henkelman, ML Wood
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 5 (3), 132-139, 1986
1041986
Removing the effect of SVD algorithmic artifacts present in quantitative MR perfusion studies
MR Smith, H Lu, S Trochet, R Frayne
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2004
982004
Combining spatial and scale-space techniques for edge detection to provide a spatially adaptive wavelet-based noise filtering algorithm
F Faghih, M Smith
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 11 (9), 1062-1071, 2002
692002
Agile security testing of web-based systems via httpunit
A Tappenden, P Beatty, J Miller, A Geras, M Smith
Agile Development Conference (ADC'05), 29-38, 2005
612005
Signal‐to‐noise ratio effects in quantitative cerebral perfusion using dynamic susceptibility contrast agents
MR Smith, H Lu, R Frayne
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2003
542003
Decomposition of multicomponent exponential decays by spectral analytic techniques
MR Smith, S Cohn-Sfetcu, HA Buckmaster
Technometrics 18 (4), 467-482, 1976
541976
A survey of software testing practices in Alberta
AM Geras, MR Smith, J Miller
Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering 29 (3), 183-191, 2004
522004
The impact of partial‐volume effects in dynamic susceptibility contrast magnetic resonance perfusion imaging
JJ Chen, MR Smith, R Frayne
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: An Official Journal of the …, 2005
492005
A data extrapolation algorithm using a complex domain neural network
MR Smith, Y Hui
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Analog and Digital Signal …, 1997
471997
Evaluation of several nonparametric bootstrap methods to estimate confidence intervals for software metrics
S Lei, MR Smith
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 29 (11), 996-1004, 2003
452003
An alternative viewpoint of the similarities and differences of SVD and FT deconvolution algorithms used for quantitative MR perfusion studies
M Salluzzi, R Frayne, MR Smith
Magnetic resonance imaging 23 (3), 481-492, 2005
432005
Application of autoregressive modelling in magnetic resonance imaging to remove noise and truncation artifacts
MR Smith, ST Nichols, RM Henkelman, ML Wood
Magnetic resonance imaging 4 (3), 257-261, 1986
391986
Efficient sinc function interpolation technique for center padded data
T Smit, MR Smith, ST Nichols
IEEE transactions on acoustics, speech, and signal processing 38 (9), 1512-1517, 1990
381990
Efficient algorithms for generating interpolated (zoomed) MR images
MR Smith, ST Nichols
Magnetic resonance in medicine 7 (2), 156-171, 1988
341988
Improving geometric accuracy in the presence of susceptibility difference artifacts produced by metallic implants in magnetic resonance imaging
Y Pauchard, MR Smith, MP Mintchev
IEEE transactions on medical imaging 24 (10), 1387-1399, 2005
302005
A quantitative comparison of the TERA modeling and DFT magnetic resonance image reconstruction techniques
MR Smith, ST Nichols, RT Constable, RM Henkelman
Magnetic resonance in medicine 19 (1), 1-19, 1991
281991
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