Patents and Technical Publications

Bibliography of Johnson Space Center’s Hybrid Vision Laboratory.

I directed the Hybrid Vision Laboratory, and this is its publication list. My policy was to have my name on the author list of only those papers to which I made a substantial individual contribution, but all publications are listed.

Textbook released in US in early 2006: Correlation Pattern Recognition, B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar (Carnegie Mellon University), Abhijit Mahalanobis (Lockheed Martin Corporation), and Richard D. Juday (NASA Johnson Space Center Retired). Cambridge University Press. Please go buy several copies.

U.S. Patents issued

  • 5,029,220; Richard D. Juday; Optical joint correlator for real-time image tracking and retinal surgery; Jul.2, 1991.
  • 5,052,807; Richard D. Juday; Three dimensional moir� pattern alignment; Oct.1, 1991.
  • 5,067,019; Richard D. Juday and Jeffrey B. Sampsell; Programmable remapper for image processing; Nov.19, 1991.
  • 5,083,378; Richard D. Juday; Two dimensional vernier; Jan.28, 1992.
  • 5,208,872; Timothy E. Fisher; Programmable Remapper with single flow architecture; May 4, 1993.
  • 5,416,618; Richard D. Juday; Full complex modulation using two one-parameter spatial light modulators; May 16, 1995.
  • 5,768,242; Richard D. Juday, Means and apparatus for optical interconnections and addressing optical storage media; June 16, 1998.
  • 5,859,728; Colin Soutar and Richard D. Juday; Method and apparatus for improved spatial light modulation. January 12, 1999.
  • 6,055,086; Colin Soutar and Richard D. Juday; Method and apparatus for improved spatial light modulation; April 25, 2000.
  • 6,680,797; Richard D. Juday, Spatial light modulators for full cross-connections in optical networks; January 20, 2004.

Correlators as a control system processing device

  • A-1. Richard D. Juday, “Optical correlator use at Johnson Space Center”, Proc. SPIE 638, 22-24 (1986).
  • A-2. Richard D. Juday and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Fourier optics in a control systems environment”, Proc. ICALEO’86, 203-209 (1986).
  • A-3. Richard D. Juday and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Synthetic estimation filters for a control system”, Proc. SPIE 754, 40-47 (1987).
  • A-4. Richard D. Juday and Brian Bourgeois, “Convolution-controlled rotation and scale invariance in optical correlation”, Proc. SPIE 938, 198-205 (1988).
  • A-5. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Extension of synthetic estimation filters for relative position measurements”, Proc. SPIE 938, 253-260 (1988).
  • A-6. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Generating tandem component correlation filters for programmable spatial modulators, “Spatial Light Modulators and Applications, 1988 Technical Digest Series, vol. 8, Optical Society of America (1988).
  • A-7. Jerome Knopp and Richard D. Juday, “Optical joint transformation correlation on the DMD”, Proc. SPIE 1053, 208-215 (1989).
  • A-8. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Richard D. Juday, and James M. Florence, “Laboratory results using the synthetic estimation filter”, Proc. SPIE 1098, 190-197 (1989).
  • A-9. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Richard D. Juday, and Jerome Knopp, “Joint transform correlation with the synthetic estimation filter”, Proc. SPIE 1151, 284-290 (1989).
  • A-10. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “‘Backscratching’ alternative to PRSI pattern recognition”, Proc. SPIE 1295 (1990).
  • A-11. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Multidimensional synthetic estimation filter”, Proc. SPIE 1347 179-185 (1990).
  • A-12. Jerome Knopp and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Optical calculation of correlation filters”, Proc. SPIE 1295 (1990).
  • A-13. Jerome Knopp, “Spatial weighting of synthetic reference objects for joint correlation by random pixel mixing”, Proc. SPIE 1295, 138-145 (1990).
  • A-14. Joseph B. Bailey, “Stability simulations of a visual tracking algorithm for automated docking of space vehicles”, MSEE thesis, University of New Hampshire, December 1989.
  • A-15. Steven S. Cotariu, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Jerome Knopp, “A live input, live filter, liquid crystal correlator”, Proc. SPIE 1704 (1992).
  • A-16. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Timothy E. Fisher, and Richard D. Juday, “Hybrid six-degree-of-freedom tracking system”, Proc. SPIE 1702 (1992).
  • A-17. Richard D. Juday, “Joint transform correlation for fixation and drift detection”, Proc. International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation, Aachen (Germany), 31 October - 4 November 1994.
  • Yu, Francis T. S., Eddy C. Tam, Aris Tanone, Don A. Gregory, and Richard D. Juday, “Multi-target tracking using a hybrid joint transform correlator”, Proc. SPIE 1295.
  • Morelli, Michael V., Richard D. Juday, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Chiun-Hong Chien, Wann-Quang Li, “Hybrid image processing instantiation: I. Optical subsystem”, Proc. SPIE 3389.
  • Lin, Chun-Shin, Chiun-Hong Chien, and Richard D. Juday, “Hybrid image processing instantiation: II. Digital subsystem” Proc. SPIE 3389.

Spatial light modulators

  • B-1. Don A. Gregory, Richard D. Juday, Jeffrey B. Sampsell, Richard O. Gale, Robert W. Cohn, and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Optical characteristics of a deformable-mirror spatial light modulator”, Optics Letters 13, 10-12 (1988).
  • B-2. Richard D. Juday and James M. Florence, “Full complex modulation with two one-parameter SLMs”, Proc. SPIE 1558 (1991).
  • B-3. James M. Florence and Richard D. Juday, “Full complex spatial filtering with a phase mostly DMD”, Proc. SPIE 1558 (1991).
  • B-4. Colin Soutar, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Jerome Knopp, “Complex characterization of the Epson liquid crystal television”, Proc. SPIE 1959, Orlando, April 1993.
  • B-5. Colin Soutar, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Jerome Knopp, “Measurement of the complex transmittance of the Epson liquid crystal television”, Optical Engineering 33, 1061-1068 (1994).
  • B-6. Colin Soutar and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Selection of operating curves of twisted-nematic liquid crystal televisions”, Proc. SPIE 2240, Orlando, April 1994.
  • B-7. Jerome Knopp, Michael V. Morelli, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Pixel-level complex control of an Epson LCTV SLM”, Proc. SPIE 2752, Orlando, April 1996.
  • B-8. Richard D. Juday, “Quantifying the utility of a spatial light modulator”, Proc. SPIE 3715, 108-111 (April 1999).
  • Florence, James M.; Lin, Tsen-Hwang; Wu, Wen-Rong; Juday, Richard D., “Improved DMD configurations for image correlation”, Proc. SPIE 1296.
  • Juday, Richard D., J. Michael Rollins, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Michael V. Morelli, “Full-face full-complex characterization of a reflective SLM”, Proc. SPIE 4043.

Filter optimization

  • C-1. Richard D. Juday, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Don A. Gregory, “Optical correlation with phase encoding and phase filtering”, Proc. SPIE 825, 149-155 (1987).
  • C-2. Richard D. Juday and Brian J. Daiuto, “Relaxation method of compensation in an optical correlator”, Optical Engineering 26, 1094-1101 (1987).
  • C-3. Richard D. Juday, “Optimizing a continuously variable filter in a hybrid optical correlator”, in Professional Program Session Record 17, Optics in Computing, Data Processing, and Pattern Recognition. Southcon/87, March 24-26, 1987, Atlanta, GA. Electronics Conventions Management, Inc., Los Angeles.
  • C-4. Richard D. Juday, “Optical correlation with a cross-coupled spatial light modulator”, Spatial Light Modulators and Applications, 1988 Technical Digest Series, vol. 8, Optical Society of America (1988).
  • C-5. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Jerome Knopp, and Richard D. Juday, “Adaptive methods of optical correlation with a programmable filter”, Proc. Pattern Recognition for Advanced Missile Systems Conference, U. S. Army Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, AL, 14-15 November 1988.
  • C-6. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Jerome Knopp, and Richard D. Juday, “Laboratory comparison of continuous versus binary phase-mostly filters”, Proc. SPIE 1053, 244-251 (1989).
  • C-7. Jerome Knopp and Randall T. Wingerter, “A comparison of binary and continuous phase-only filters with a restricted phase range”, Proc. SPIE 1098, 272-280 (1989).
  • C-8. Richard D. Juday, “Correlation with a spatial light modulator having phase and amplitude cross coupling”, Applied Optics 28, 4865-4869 (1989).
  • C-9. Richard D. Juday, B. V. K. Vijaya Kumar, and P. Karivaratha Rajan, “Optimal real correlation filters”, Applied Optics 30, 520-522 (1991).
  • C-10. B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar, Richard D. Juday, and P. K. Rajan, “Maximization of SNR of filters for optical pattern recognition under the condition of input and detector noise”, 1991 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Singapore, June 11-16, 1991.
  • C-11. B. V. K. Vijaya Kumar and Richard D. Juday, “Design of phase-only, binary phase-only, and complex ternary matched filters with increased signal-to-noise ratios for colored noise”, Optics Letters 16, 1025-1027 (1991).
  • C-12. B. V. K. Vijaya Kumar, Richard D. Juday, and P. Karivaratha Rajan, “Saturated filters”, JOSAA 9, 405-412 (1992).
  • C-13. Richard D. Juday, “Some limitations on optical filtering imposed by physical systems”, in SPIE Critical Review CR-40 (1992).
  • C-14. Richard D. Juday, Jennifer L. Lacroix, and P. Karivaratha Rajan, “Selection of LCTV operating curves for input and filter”, Proc. SPIE 1701 (1992).
  • C-15. B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar, Richard D. Juday, and Daniel W. Carlson, “Bias in correlation peak location”, Proc. SPIE 1701 (1992).
  • C-16. Richard D. Juday, “Optimal filters: a unified approach for SNR and PCE”, Proc. SPIE 1772, 136-141, San Diego, July 1992.
  • C-17. Richard D. Juday, “Optimal realizable filters and the minimum Euclidean distance principle”, Applied Optics 32, 5100-5111 (10 September 1993).
  • C-18. Richard D. Juday, R. Shane Barton, Jason Kinser, and Jennifer Lacroix Alvarez, “Efficient code for optimal realizable filter calculation”, Proc. SPIE 1959, 262-268, Orlando, April 1993.
  • C-19. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Colin Soutar, and Richard D. Juday, “Laboratory implementation of optimal filter algorithms for coupled spatial light modulators”, Proc. SPIE 1959, Orlando, April 1993.
  • C-20. B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar, Victor Liang, and Richard D. Juday, “Optimal phase-only correlation filters in colored scene noise”, Proc. SPIE 1555, San Diego, July 1991.
  • C-21. Richard D. Juday, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar, “Correlation peak shift between matched-phase and maximum-intensity filters”, Proc. SPIE 2237, Orlando, April 1994.
  • C-22. Richard D. Juday, R. Shane Barton, and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Experimental correlator results with coupled modulators and advanced metrics”, Proc. SPIE vol. 2297, 76-88, July 1994.
  • C-23. Richard D. Juday, “Mutually optimal coding for optical correlation pattern recognition”, Proc. SPIE vol. 2297, July 1994.
  • C-24. R. Shane Barton and Richard D. Juday, “MEDOF: version 2.0″, Proc. SPIE vol. 2490, 14-22, April 1995.
  • C-25. Richard D. Juday and R. Shane Barton, “Color representation of complex fields in an optical correlator”, Proc. SPIE vol. 2490, April 1995.
  • C-26. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., Richard D. Juday, R. Shane Barton, and Michael K. Qin, “Visual pattern recognition using coupled filters”, Proc. SPIE vol. 2463, April 1995.
  • C-27. Richard D. Juday, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Colin Soutar, “Continuous versus discrete operation of a spatial light modulator”, Annual meeting of the Optical Society of America, Toronto (Ontario, Canada), 3-8 October 1993.
  • C-28. Withdrawn
  • C-29. Richard D. Juday and B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar, “Balancing among filtering objectives in coupled SDFs”, Proc. SPIE vol. 2565, July 1995.
  • C-30. Richard D. Juday and Jerome Knopp, “HOLOMED: An algorithm for computer generated holograms”, Proc. SPIE 2752, Orlando, April 1996.
  • C-31. Mario Montes-Usategui, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Correlator self-calibration method”, Proc. SPIE 2752, Orlando, April 1996.
  • C-32. Daniel Carlson, B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar, Richard D. Juday, and Abhijit Mahalanobis, “MEDOF3.0: Optimizing composite filters in the presence of device constraints and system noise”, Proc. SPIE 2752, pp. 31-38, Orlando, April 1996.
  • C-33. Michael V. Morelli and Richard D. Juday, “System noise limitations on the utility of an LC-SLM”, Proc. SPIE 3073, 225-231, Orlando 1997.
  • C-34. Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “How do we make a good input image?”, Proc. SPIE 3073, 232-242, Orlando 1997.
  • C-35. Mario Montes-Usategui, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Automated self-alignment procedure for optical correlators”, Optical Engineering 36, 1782-1791 (1997).
  • C-36. Richard D. Juday, “Generalized Rayleigh quotient approach to filter optimization”, JOSA-A 15(4), 777-790 (April 1998).
  • C-37. Richard D. Juday, R. Shane Barton, and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Experimental optical results with MEDOF, coupled modulators, and quadratic metrics”, Optical Engineering 38, 302-312 (1999).
  • C-38. Richard D. Juday, J. Michael Rollins, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Michael V. Morelli, “Optical results with Rayleigh quotient discrimination filters”, Proc. SPIE 3715, 60-70 (April 1999).
  • Richard D. Juday, “A philosophy for optical filter optimization”, invited to 1999 Euro-American Workshop on Optoelectronic Information Processing, Philippe Réfrégier and Bahram Javidi, Eds., Proceedings of the SPIE vol.CR-74, 227-240 (1999).
  • Milstein, Adam, , Stanley E Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Optimal region of support for arbitrary filter SLMs”, Proc. SPIE 4043.
  • Rollins, J. Michael, Richard D. Juday, and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Laboratory results for the optimized Fisher ratio”, Proc. SPIE 4043.
  • Richard D. Juday, “Generality of matched filtering and minimum Euclidean distance projection for optical pattern recognition”, JOSA-A 18, 1882-1896 (August 2001).

Image warping

  • D-1. Timothy E. Fisher and Richard D. Juday, “A programmable video image remapper”, Proc. SPIE 938, 122-128 (1988).
  • D-2. Richard D. Juday and Timothy E. Fisher, “Geometric transformations for video compression and human teleoperator display”, Proc. SPIE 1053, 116-123 (1989).
  • D-3. Timothy E. Fisher and Richard D. Juday, “An improved architecture for video rate image transformations”, Proc. SPIE 1098, 224-231 (1989).
  • D-4. Carl F. R. Weiman and Richard D. Juday, “Tracking algorithms using log-polar mapped image coordinates”, Proc. SPIE 1192 (1989).
  • D-5. Richard D. Juday and Timothy E. Fisher, “Orthogonal subspaces for correlation masking”, Proc. SPIE 1295 (1990).
  • D-6. Carl F. R. Weiman, “Video compression via log polar mapping”, Proc. SPIE 1295, 266-277 (1990).
  • D-7. Carlton S. Faller, Jr., Mark W. Erhardt, Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “A multiple input fiber optic imaging system”, Proc. SPIE 1953, Orlando, April 1993.
  • D-8. Alan T. Smith and Timothy E. Fisher, “Stereo based tracking system for automated rendezvous and capture”, Proc. SPIE 1949, Orlando, April 1993.
  • D-9. Richard D. Juday, Jerome Knopp, Colin Soutar, and R. Shane Barton, “Partial rotation invariance in retinal pattern recognition”, Proc. SPIE 2239, Orlando, April 1994.
  • D-10. Richard D. Juday, “Log polar dappled target”, Optics Letters 20, 2234-2236 (1 Nov. 1995).

Human low vision application of remapping

  • “Programmed Remppings for Investigating Optimal Images for Low Vision Patients”, David S. Loshin and Richard D. Juday, presentation before American Academy of Optometry, 1986 Annual meeting, Toronto, Ontario; 13-16 December.
  • E-1. Richard D. Juday and David S. Loshin, “Some examples of image warping for low vision prosthesis”, Proc. SPIE 938 163-168 (1988).
  • E-2. Richard D. Juday and David S. Loshin, “Quasiconformal remapping for compensation of human visual field defects: advances in image remapping for human field defects”, Proc. SPIE 1053, 124-130 (1989).
  • E-3. David S. Loshin and Richard D. Juday, “The programmable remapper: Clinical applications for patients with field defects”, Optometry and Vision Science 66, 389-395 (1989).
  • E-4. Richard D. Juday, Alan T. Smith, and David S. Loshin, “Human low vision image warping: channel matching considerations”, Proc. SPIE 1705 (1992).
  • E-5. David S. Loshin, Janice Wensveen, Richard D. Juday, and R. Shane Barton, “Design of reading tests for low vision image warping”, Proc. SPIE 1961, 67-72, Orlando, April 1993.
  • E-6. Janice M. Wensveen, “Reading rate with simulated central scotoma”, Master’s thesis, University of Houston (Texas) College of Optometry, August 1993.
  • E-7. Richard D. Juday, R. Shane Barton, Curtis D. Johnson, and David S. Loshin, “Conformal and other image warpings for reading with field defect”, Proc. SPIE 2239, Orlando, April 1994.
  • E-8. Jenny Ho, David S. Loshin, R. Shane Barton, and Richard D. Juday, “Testing of remapping for reading enhancement for patients with central visual field loss”, Proc. SPIE 2488, Orlando, April 1995.
  • E-9. Janice M. Wensveen, Harold E. Bedell, and David S. Loshin, “Reading rates with artificial central scotomata with and without spatial remapping of print”, Optometry and Vision Science 72, 100-114 (1995).
  • D-10. Jenny S. Ho, David S. Loshin, R. Shane Barton, and Richard D. Juday, “Reading rates of patients with central scotomas with electronic remappings”, Proc. SPIE 2753, Orlando, April 1995.
  • D-11. Jenny Suit Mei Ho-Fan, “Reading rates of patients with central scotomas with electronic remappings”, Master�s thesis, University of Houston (Texas) College of Optometry, December 1995.
  • Probabilistic anti-aliasing methods for dynamic variable resolution images Panerai, Francesco M., and Richard D. Juday, Proc. SPIE 2847.

Collections of associated technology

  • F-1. Digital and Optical Shape Representation and Pattern Recognition, Richard D. Juday, Editor, Proc. SPIE 938 (1988).
  • F-2. Real-Time Image Processing II, Richard D. Juday, Editor, Proc. SPIE 1295 (1990).
  • F-3. Visual Information Processing, Friedrich O. Huck and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 1705 (1992).
  • F-4. Visual Information Processing II, Friedrich O. Huck and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 1961 (1993).
  • F-5. Visual Information Processing III, Friedrich O. Huck and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 2239 (1994).
  • F-6. Visual Information Processing IV, Friedrich O. Huck and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 2488 (1995).
  • F-7. Visual Information Processing V, Richard D. Juday and Stephen Park, Editors, Proc. SPIE 2753 (1996).
  • F-8. Visual Information Processing VI, Stephen K. Park and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 3074 (1997).
  • F-9. Visual Information Processing VII, Stephen K. Park and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 3387 (1998).
  • F-10. Visual Information Processing VIII, Stephen K. Park and Richard D. Juday, Editors, Proc. SPIE 3716 (1999).

Planetary landing and AR&D-specific applications

  • G-1. Richard D. Juday and Tien-Hsin Chao, “Hybrid vision for automated spacecraft landing”, Proc. SPIE 1053, 131-139 (1989).
  • G-2. Tien-Hsin Chao, Ellen Ochoa, and Richard D. Juday, “Optical information processing for NASA’s space exploration”, Proc. SPIE 1151, 333-346 (1989).
  • G-3. Eddy C. Tam, Francis T. S. Yu, Don A. Gregory, and Richard D. Juday, “Autonomous real-time objects tracking with an adaptive joint transform correlator”, Optical Engineering 314-320 (April 1990).
  • G-4. Eddy C. Tam, Francis T. S. Yu, Aris Tanone, Don A. Gregory, and Richard D. Juday, “Data association multiple target tracking using a phase-mostly liquid crystal television”, Optical Engineering 29, 1114-1121 (September 1990).
  • G-5. Jerome Knopp, Richard D. Juday, and Stanley E. Monroe, Jr., “Autonomous planetary landing guidance by optical correlation”, Proc. SPIE 1702 (1992).

Other Juday papers

(Either not part of the Hybrid Vision bibliography, or no more than abstracts or minor presentations)

  • H-1. Alexander J. Dessler and Richard D. Juday, “Configuration of auroral radiation in space”, Planetary and Space Science 13, 1249 (1965).
  • H-2. Robert C. Haymes and Richard D. Juday, “Detectability of lunar X-rays”, Planetary and Space Science 13, 1249 (1965).
  • H-3. Richard D. Juday and Gene W. Adams, “Riometer measurements, solar proton intensities, and radiation dose rates”, Planetary and Space Science 17, 1313 (1969).
  • Summary of flight performance of the Skylab Earth Resources Experiment Package /EREP/
  • Potter, A. E.; Williams, C. K.; Grandfield, A. L.; Demel, K. J.; Trichel, M. C.; Barnett, T. L.; Juday, R. D.; Hensley, W. E.; Hatcher, N. M.; McAllum, W. E.;
  • AJ(NASA, Johnson Space Center, Houston, Tex.) Publication: In: International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, 9th, Ann Arbor, Mich., April 15-19, 1974, Proceedings. Volume 3. (A75-17101 05-43) Ann Arbor, Mich., Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, 1974, p. 1803-1846.
  • Publication Date: 00/1974
  • H-4. Thomas L. Barnett and Richard D. Juday, “Skylab S101 visible-infrared spectrometer”, Applied Optics 16, 967-972 (1977).
  • H-5. Richard D. Juday, “Colorimetric consideration of transparencies for a typical LACIE scene”, in Proceedings of Technical Sessions, the LACIE Symposium, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston TX, October 1978.
  • H-6. Richard D. Juday, Francis Johnson, Ross A. Abotteen, and Michael D. Pore, “Generation of uniform chromaticity scale imagery from Landsat data”, in Proceedings of Technical Sessions, the LACIE Symposium, NASA Johnson Space Center,Houston TX, October 1978.
  • H-7. Richard D. Juday, “Colorimetric principles as applied to multichannel imagery”, NASA Technical Memorandum 58215, July 1979.
  • H-8. Richard D. Juday, “The magnifying glass: A feature space local expansion for visual analysis”, Proceedings of the 1981 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS’81).
  • H-9. Richard D. Juday and Gautam D. Badhwar, “REDUCT — A color transformation of Landsat multitemporal MSS data”, Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Machine Processing of Remotely Sensed Data, Purdue University, Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  • H-10. Robert H. Wolfe, Jr., Richard D. Juday, Arthur G. Wacker, and Toyo Kaneko, “Landsat image registration for agricultural applications”, Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Machine Processing of Remotely Sensed Data, Purdue University, Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  • H-11. Richard D. Juday and Forrest G. Hall, “Misregistration’s effects on classification and proportion estimation accuracy”, Proceedings of the NASA Workshop on Registration and Rectification, 1 June 1982, Jet Propulsion Laboratory * Publication 82-83, Nevin A. Bryant, editor. California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA.
  • H-12. Robert H. Wolfe, Jr., and Richard D. Juday, “Inter-image matching: A tutorial presented to the NASA Working Group on Image Registration and Rectification”, Proceedings of the NASA Workshop on Registration and Rectification, 1 June 1982, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Publication 82-83, Nevin A. Bryant, editor. California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA.
  • H-13. Richard D. Juday and Raymond C. Farrell, “Uniform chromaticity display of multivariate geophysical data”, Expanded Abstracts of the 1984 Technical Program, pp. 475-477, The Fifth-fourth Annual International Meeting, Society of * Exploration Geophysicists, December 2-6, Atlanta.
  • H-14. David S. Loshin and Richard D. Juday, “Programmed remappings for investigating optimal images for low vision patients”, American Academy of Optometry 1986 Annual Meeting, December 13-16, Toronto.
  • H-15. David S. Loshin, Curtis Johnson, and Richard D. Juday, “Conformal image remapping as a potential aid for patients with central field defects”, in Academy ‘93, supplement to Optometry and Vision Science, vol. 70, no. 12s, December 1993. Paper LV-315, Annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry, December 9-13, Boston.
  • H-16. Richard D. Juday. “Dual use of image-based tracking techniques: Laser eye surgery and low vision prosthesis”, presented at Technology 2003, The Fourth National Technology Transfer Conference and Exposition, December 7-9, 1993, * Anaheim, CA.
  • H-17. Richard D. Juday, “Using the optical joint Fourier transform for vision fixation and drift detection”, in Proceedings of the Dedicated Conference on Rapid Prototyping for the Automotive Industries and Laser Applications for the * Transportation Industries, Aachen (Germany), 31 October - 4 November, 1994. Automotive Automation Limited, Croydon CR0 5SB, England.
  • H-18. Richard D. Juday, “Colorimetry and the multichannel image”, PhD dissertation, Texas A&M University (1986).