Dr. Arthur Robert Weeks
Retired Associate Professor
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Instructor
Publications (43)

SPIE Journal Paper | 1 August 2005
OE, Vol. 44, Issue 08, 086402, (August 2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.2013249
KEYWORDS: Modulation transfer functions, Cameras, Long wavelength infrared, Projection systems, Mid-IR, Digital micromirror devices, Infrared imaging, 3D modeling, Infrared radiation, Staring arrays

SPIE Journal Paper | 1 June 2005
OE, Vol. 44, Issue 06, 066401, (June 2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.1929647
KEYWORDS: Diodes, Antennas, Extremely high frequency, Sensors, Signal to noise ratio, Infrared radiation, Polarization, Optical engineering, Terahertz radiation, Electrodes

Proceedings Article | 31 May 2005 Paper
Pashang Esfandiari, G. Bernstein, P. Fay, W. Porod, B. Rakos, A. Zarandy, B. Berland, L. Boloni, G. Boreman, B. Lail, B. Monacelli, A. Weeks
Proceedings Volume 5783, (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.606874
KEYWORDS: Sensors, Diodes, Antennas, Infrared sensors, Signal detection, Metals, Missiles, Silicon, Oxides, Infrared detectors

Proceedings Article | 18 May 2005 Paper
Proceedings Volume 5790, (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.604415
KEYWORDS: Transmittance, Scattering, Liquids, Land mines, Particles, Silicon, Bolometers, Network security, Soil science, Terahertz radiation

Proceedings Article | 25 March 2005 Paper
Todd Du Bosq, Robert Peale, Arthur Weeks, Phil Jardine, Melanie Stewart, Jeffrey Grantham, Daniel Dillery, Don Lee, David Muh, Glenn Boreman
Proceedings Volume 5727, (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.584925
KEYWORDS: Transmittance, Particles, Extremely high frequency, Land mines, Soil science, Scattering, Terahertz radiation, Network security, Bolometers, Silicon

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Proceedings Volume Editor (1)

SPIE Conference Volume | 7 February 1997

Conference Committee Involvement (1)
Imaging Sciences and Display Technologies
7 October 1996 | Berlin, Germany
Course Instructor
SC066: Fundamentals of Electronic Image Processing
Many disciplines of science and manufacturing acquire and evaluate images on a routine basis. Typically these images must be processed so that important features can be measured or identified. This short course introduces the fundamentals of electronic image processing to scientists and engineers who need to know how to manipulate digital images.
SC198: Fundamentals of Real Time Image Processing
This course introduces the basics of real-time image processing. It discusses efficient implementation of image processing algorithms. Standard image algorithm approaches do not yield real-time solutions. These algorithms must be rewritten to include real-time approaches connected to the hardware. The goal of this course is to show how software and hardware are used to achieve real-time image processing tasks.
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