Homepage: Allen Tannenbaum



School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Phone: 404 894 7582

Fax: 404 894 7583

Location: U.A. Whitaker Building, 4102

Email: arobertan@gmail.com

Allen R. Tannenbaum

Professor

Areas of interest

  • Computer Vision
  • Image Processing
  • Computer Graphics
  • Control Theory
  • Cryptography
  • Biomedical Imaging

Education Background

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Books and proceedings
  1. P. Olver and A. Tannenbaum, editors. Mathematical Methods in Computer Vision, volume 133 of IMA Series on Applied Mathematics. Springer-Verlag, 2004.


  2. B. Francis and A. Tannenbaum, editors. Feedback Control, Uncertainty, and Complexity, volume 202 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1995.


  3. A. Tannenbaum. Robust Control of Distributed Parameter Systems, volume 209. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1995.


  4. J. Doyle, B. Francis, and A. Tannenbaum. Feedback Control Theory. MacMillan Company, New York, 1991.


  5. A. Tannenbaum. Invariance and Systems Theory: Algebraic and Geometric Aspects, volume 845 of Lecture Notes in Mathematics. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1981.


  6. M. Artin, A. Tannenbaum, and C. S. Seshadri. Deformation Theory, Tata Institute Lecture Notes. 1976.


  7. A. Tannenbaum. Curvature Flows, Visual Tracking, and Computational Vision. to be published by SIAM, .


Articles in journal or book chapters
  1. B. Gholami, W. M. Haddad, J. M. Bailey, and A. R. Tannenbaum. Optimal drug dosing control for intensive care unit sedation using hybrid deterministic-stochastic pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic models. Optim. Contr. Appl. Meth., 2011. Note: In Submission.


  2. W. M. Haddad, J. M. Bailey, B. Gholami, and A. R. Tannenbaum. Clinical decision support and closed-loop control for intensive care unit sedation. SIAM J. Appl. Math., 2011. Note: In Submission.


  3. N. Y. R. Agar, J. G. Malcolm, V. Mohan, H. W. Yang, M. D. Johnson, A. Tannenbaum, J. N. Agar, and P. M. Black. Imaging of Meningioma Progression by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry. Analytic Chemistry, 82(7):2621-5, April 2010. [PDF ]


  4. Samuel Dambreville, Romeil Sandhu, Anthony Yezzi, and Allen Tannenbaum. A Geometric Approach to Joint 2D Region-Based Segmentation and 3D Pose Estimation Using a 3D Shape Prior. SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences, 3(1):110-132, 2010. [PDF ]


  5. Ayelet Dominitz and Allen Tannenbaum. Texture Mapping via Optimal Mass Transport. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 16:419-433, 2010. [PDF ]


  6. Lioz Etgar, Arie Nakhmani, Allen Tannenbaum, Efrat Lifshitz, and Rina Tannenbaum. Trajectory control of PbSe–?-Fe 2 O 3 nanoplatforms under viscous flow and an external magnetic field. Nanotechnology, 21(17):175702, 2010. [PDF ]


  7. Y. Gao, R. Sandhu, G. Fichtinger, and A. Tannenbaum. A Coupled Global Registration and Segmentation Framework with Application to Magnetic Resonance Prostate Imagery. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 2010, 2010. Note: Accepted -- In Print.


  8. B. Gholami, J. M. Bailey, W. M. Haddad, and A. Tannenbaum. Closed-Loop Control for Cardiopulmonary Management and Intensive Care Unit Sedation Using Expert Systems. IEEE Trans. Info. Tech. Biomed., 2010. Note: In Submission.


  9. B. Gholami, W. M. Haddad, and A. R. Tannenbaum. Relevance Vector Machine Learning for Neonate Pain Intensity Assessment Using Digital Imaging. IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 57:1457--1466, 2010. [PDF ]


  10. Eldad Haber, Tauseef Rehman, and Allen Tannenbaum. An Efficient Numerical Method for the Solution of the $L_2$ Optimal Mass Transfer Problem. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 32(1):197-211, 2010. [PDF ]


  11. Vandana Mohan, Ganesh Sundaramoorthi, and Allen Tannenbaum. Tubular Surface Segmentation for Extracting Anatomical Structures from Medical Imagery. 2010. [PDF ]


  12. Y. Rathi, J. Malcolm, S. Bouix, A. Tannenbaum, and M. E. Shenton. Affine registration of label maps in Label Space. J. of Computing, 2(4):1--11, 2010. [PDF ]


  13. R. Sandhu, S. Dambreville, A. Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. A Kernel Based Framework for Non-Rigid 2D3D Pose Estimation and 2D Image Segmentation. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 2010. Note: Accepted - In Print. [PDF ]


  14. S. Lankton and A. Tannenbaum. Localizing Region-Based Active Contours. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 17(11):1--11, 2009. [PDF ]


  15. R. Sandhu, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Point Set Registration Via Particle Filtering and Stochastic Dynamics. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 2009. Note: Accepted - In Print. [PDF ]


  16. P. Vela, A. Betser, J. Malcolm, and A. Tannenbaum. Vision-Based Range Regulation of a Leader-Follower Formation. IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, 17(2):442--448, 2009. [PDF ]


  17. Eldad Haber, Tauseef Rehman, and Allen Tannenbaum. An Efficient Numerical Method for the Solution of the L2 Optimal Mass Transfer Problem.. In submission - SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, 2008.


  18. J. Melonakos, E. Pichon, S. Angenent, and A. Tannenbaum. Finsler Active Contours. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 30(3), March 2008. [PDF ]


  19. Marc Niethammer, Christopher Zach, John Melonakos, and Allen Tannenbaum. Volumetric Segmentation of Diffusion Weighted Images by Frame Reorientation: Application to the Segmentation of Approximately Tubular Fiber Bundles. Accepted - Neuroimage, 2008.


  20. Tauseef Rehman, Eldad Haber, Gallagher Pryor, John Melonakos, and Allen Tannenbaum. 3D Nonrigid Registration via Optimal Mass Transport on the GPU. Accepted - Elsevier Journal of Medical Image Analysis, 2008.


  21. Tauseef Rehman, Eldad Haber, Gallagher Pryor, and Allen Tannenbaum. Fast Optimal Mass Transport for 2D Image Registration and Morphing.. In submission - Elsevier Journal of Image and Vision Computing, 2008.


  22. S. Dambreville, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. A framework for Image Segmentation using Shape Models and Kernel Space Shape Priors. submitted to Tran. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 2007.


  23. T. Georgiou, O. Michailovich, Y. Rathi, J. Malcolm, and A. Tannenbaum. Distribution Metrics and Image Segmentation. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 2(425), 2007. [PDF ]


  24. E. Hershkovits, A. Tannenbaum, and R. Tannenbaum. Polymer Adsorption on Curved Surfaces: A Geometric Approach. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2007. [PDF ]


  25. O. Michailovich, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Image Segmentation using Active Contours Driven by Informaion-Based Criteria. submitted to Trans. Image Processing, 2007.


  26. Y. Rathi, N. Vaswani, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Tracking Deforming Objects using Particle Filtering for Geometric Active Contours. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 29(8):1470-1475, 2007. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  27. Y. Rathi, N. Viswani, and A. Tannenbaum. A generic framework for tracking using particle filter with dynamic shape prior. IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 2007. [PDF ]


  28. Lei Zhu_, Yan Yang, Steven Haker, and Allen Tannenbaum. An Image Morphing Technique Based on Optimal Mass Preserving Mapping. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 16(6):1481-1495, 2007. [PDF ]


  29. Sigurd Angenent, Eric Pichon, and Allen Tannenbaum. Mathematical Methods in Medical Image Processing. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 2006. Note: In press. [PDF ]


  30. C. Hsiao, S. Mohan, E. Hershkovitz, A. Tannenbaum, and L. Williams. Single nucleotide RNA choreography. Nucleic Acids Research, 2006.


  31. O. Michailovich and A. Tannenbaum. Blind deconvolution of medical ultrasound images: parametric inverse filtering approach. IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, 2006. Note: In Submission.


  32. N. Vaswani, Y. Rathi, A. Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. PF-MT (Particle Fitler with Mode Tracker) for Tracking Contour Deformations. submitted to Tran. Image Processing, 2006.


  33. P. Vela, M. Niethammer, G. Pryor, A. Tannenbaum, R. Butts, and D. Washburn. Knowledge-based segmentation for tracking through deep turbulence. IEEE Trans. Control Technology, 2006. Note: In Submission.


  34. Anthony Yezzi, Delphine Nain, Gozde Unal, Ofer Zeitouni, and Allen Tannenbaum. The Handbook of Mathematical Models in Computer Vision, chapter On a Stochastic Model of Geometric Snakes. Springer, 2005.


  35. Lei Zhu_, S. Haker, and A. Tannenbaum. Flattening Maps for the Visualization of Multi-branched Vessels. IEEE Trans. on Medical Imaging, 24(2):191 - 198, 2005. [PDF ]


  36. S. Bouix, K. Siddiqi, and A. Tannenbaum. Flux driven automatic centerline extraction. to appear in MedIA, 2004.


  37. S. Haker, Lei Zhu_, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Angenent. Optimal Mass Transport for Registration and Warping. International Journal on Computer Vision, 60(3):225-240, 2004. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  38. E. N. Johnson, A. Proctor, J. Ha, and A. Tannenbaum. Visual search automation for unmanned aerial vehicles. to appear in IEEE Trans. on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 2004.


  39. O. Michailovich and A. Tannenbaum. A method for prediction and estimation of large-amplitude optical flows - an extended Kalman filtering approach. submitted for publication to IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 2004.


  40. O. Michailovich and A. Tannenbaum. Despeckling of medical ultrasound images. submitted for publication to IEEE Trans. Medical Imaging, 2004.


  41. O. Michailovich and A. Tannenbaum. Dynamic denoising of tracking sequences of SAR data. submitted for publication to IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 2004.


  42. O. Michailovich and A. Tannenbaum. Fast approximation of smooth Functions from samples of partial derivatives with applications to phase unwrapping. submitted for publication to SIAM J. Numerical Analysis, 2004.


  43. M. Niethammer, S. Betelu, G. Sapiro, A. Tannenbaum, and P. J. Giblin. Area-based medial axis of planar curves. Accepted for publication in the International Journal of Computer Vision, 2004.


  44. M. Niethammer, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Angenent. Dynamic Geodesic Snakes for Visual Tracking. Submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2004.


  45. Eric Pichon, Allen Tannenbaum, and Ron Kikinis. A statistically based flow for image segmentation. Medical Image Analysis, 8(3):267-274, September 2004. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  46. S. Angenent, S. Haker, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Computational Methods in Biophysics, Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Medical Systems, chapter Mean curvature flows, edge detection, and medical image segmentation, pages 253-269. Kluwer, 2003.


  47. G. Ben-Arous, Ofer Zeitouni, and A. Tannenbaum. Mathematical Systems Theory in Biology, Communications, Computation, and Finance, volume 134 of IMA Volumes in Mathematics and Its Applications, chapter Stochastic crystalline flows, pages 41-63. Springer, New York, 2003.


  48. T. Georgiou, P. Olver, and A. Tannenbaum. , volume 133 of IMA Series on Applied Mathematics, chapter Maximal entropy reconstruction of back projection images. Springer-Verlag, New York, 2003.


  49. S. Haker and A. Tannenbaum. , volume 133 of IMA Series on Applied Mathematics, chapter New approach to Monge-Kantorovich with applications to computer vision and image processing. Springer-Verlag, New York, 2003.


  50. Eric Pichon, Guillermo Sapiro, and Allen Tannenbaum. Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, volume 286 of Directions in Mathematical Systems Theory and Optimization, chapter Segmentation of Diffusion Tensor Imagery, pages 239-247. Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, January 2003. [PDF ]


  51. S. Warfield, A. Guimond, A. Roche, A. Bharatha, A. Tei, F. Talos, J. Rexilius, J. Ruiz-Alzola, C. Westin, S. Haker, S. Angenent, A. Tannenbaum, F. Jolesz, and R. Kikinis. Brain Mapping: The Methods, Second Edition, chapter Advanced nonlinear registration algorithms for image fusion, pages 661-690. Academic Press, 2003.


  52. S. Angenent, S. Haker, and A. Tannenbaum. Minimizing flows for the Monge-Kantorovich problem. SIAM J. Math. Analysis, 35:61-97, 2003.


  53. G. B. Arous, A. Tannenbaum, and O. Zeitouni. Stochastic approximations of curve shortening flows. Journal of Differential Equations, 195:119-142, 2003.


  54. S. Haker and A. Tannenbaum. Multidisciplinary Research in Control, volume 289 of Lecture Notes in Control and Inform. Sci, chapter Optimal image interpolation and optical flow, pages 133-143. Springer, 2002.


  55. C. Macosko, M. Montminy, and A. Tannenbaum. Imaging techniques for 3D foams. Journal of Cellular Plastics, 37, 2002.


  56. K. Siddiqi, S. Bouix, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Hamilton-Jacobi skeletons. Int. Journal Computer Vision, 48:215-231, 2002.


  57. S. Belelu, B. Giblin, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Sapiro. On the computation of affine skeletons of planar curves and the detection of skew symmetry. Pattern Recognition, 34:943-952, 2001.


  58. B. Kimia, K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and and S. Zucker. On the psychophysics of the shape triangle. Vision Research, 41:1153-1178, 2001.


  59. U. Walther, T. Georgiou, and A. Tannenbaum. On the computation of switching surfaces in optimal control: A Groebner basis approach. IEEE Trans. Aut. Control, 46:534-541, 2001.


  60. S. Angenent, S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. Nondistorting flattening maps and the 3D visualization of colon CT images. IEEE Trans. of Medical Imaging, 19:665-671, 2000.


  61. S. Haker, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Knowledge-based segmentation of SAR data with learned priors. IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 9:298-302, 2000.


  62. A. Tannenbaum. Eye tracking: A challenge for robust control. Journal of Nonlinear and Robust Control, 10:875-888, 2000.


  63. S. Angenent, S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. Laplace-Beltrami operator and brain surface flattening. IEEE Trans. on Medical Imaging, 18:700-711, 1999.


  64. J. Berg, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Curve evolution models for real-time identification with application to plasma etching. IEEE Trans. Aut. Control, 44:99-104, 1999.


  65. K. Hirata, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. Yamamoto. On a state space solution to the singular value problem of Toeplitz operators and the computation of the gap. Systems and Control Letters, 1999.


  66. P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine invariant detection: edge maps, anisotropic diffusion, and active contours. Acta Math. Appl., 59:45-77, 1999.


  67. K. Siddiqi, B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Shapes, shocks, and wiggles. Journal of Image and Vision Computing, 17:365-373, 1999.


  68. T. Georgiou and A. Tannenbaum. Learning, Complexity, and Control, volume 240 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, chapter Switching surfaces and Groebner bases. Springer- Verlag, New York, 1998.


  69. A. Tannenbaum and A. Yezzi. Computational Methods for Optimal Design and Control, chapter Gradients, curvature, and visual tracking. Birkhauser-Verlag, 1998.


  70. A. Tannenbaum and A. Yezzi. The Confluence of Vision and Control, volume 237 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, chapter Visual tracking, active vision, and gradient flows. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1998.


  71. S. Angenent, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. On the affine invariant heat equation for nonconvex curves. Journal of the American Mathematical Society, 11:601-634, 1998.


  72. E. Calabi, P. Olver, C. Shakiban, and A. Tannenbaum. Differential and numerically invariant signature curves applied to object recognition. International Journal of Computer Vision, 26:107-135, 1998.


  73. V. Caselles, J. M. Morel, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Sapiro. Introduction to special issue of IEEE Trans. Image Processing on partial differential equation methods in image processing. IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 7:269-274, 1998.


  74. Y. Lauziere, K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Area and length minimizing flows for segmentation. IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 7:433-444, 1998.


  75. S. Mitter and A. Tannenbaum. The legacy of George Zames. IEEE Trans. Aut. Control, 43:590-595, 1998.


  76. C. Foias, C. Gu, and A. Tannenbaum. Communications, Computation, Control, and Signal Processing, chapter On the nonlinear standard Hinfty problem. Kluwer, Holland, 1997.


  77. A. Tannenbaum and A. Yezzi. Operators, Systems, and Linear Algebra, chapter Differential invariants and curvature flows in active vision. Birkhauser-Verlag, 1997.


  78. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. On skew Toeplitz operators, II. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, 103, 1997.


  79. K. Hirata, Y. Yamamoto, A. Tannenbaum, and T. Katayama. Skew Toeplitz solution to the Hinfty problem for infinite dimensional unstable plants. Trans. of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, 33:1066-1071, 1997.


  80. S. Kichenesamy, A. Kumar, P. Olver, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Geometric active contours for segmentation of medical imagery. IEEE Trans. Medical Imaging, 16:199-209, 1997.


  81. P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Invariant geometric evolutions of surfaces and volumetric smoothing. SIAM J. Applied Math., 57:176-194, 1997.


  82. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. The structured singular value for linear input/output systems. SIAM J. Control and Optimization, 34:1392-1404, 1996.


  83. E. Calabi, P. Olver, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine geometry, curve flows and invariant numerical approximations. Advances in Mathematics, 124:154-196, 1996.


  84. J. Cockburn and A. Tannenbaum. Multivariable stability margin optimization: a spectral tangential interpolation approach. Int. J. Control, 63:557-590, 1996.


  85. K. Hirata, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. Yamamoto. Some remarks on Hamiltonians and the infinite-dimensional one block Hinfty problem. Systems and Control Letters, 29:111-117, 1996.


  86. S. Kichenesamy, A. Kumar, P. Olver, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Conformal curvature flows: from phase transitions to active contours. Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, 134:275-301, 1996.


  87. A. Tannenbaum. Three snippets of curve evolution theory in computer vision. Mathematical and Computer Modelling Journal, 24, 103-119 1996.


  88. A. Kumar A. Tannenbaum and G. Balas. Optical flow: a curve evolution approach. IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 5:598-611, 1996.


  89. Y. You, W. Xu, Tannenbaum, and A. Kaveh. Behavioral analysis of anisotropic diffusion in image processing. IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 5:1539-1553, 1996.


  90. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. , volume 202 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, chapter On the structured singular value for operators on Hilbert space, pages 11-23. 1995.


  91. J. Cockburn, Y. Sidar, and A. Tannenbaum. Stability margin optimization via interpolation and conformal mappings. IEEE Trans. Aut. Control, 40:1066-1070, 1995.


  92. C. Foias, C. Gu, and A. Tannenbaum. Nonlinearity in Hinfty theory, causality in commutant lifting theory, and extension of intertwining operators. Integral Equations and Operator Theory, 23:89-100, 1995.


  93. K. Hirata, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. Yamamoto. The equivalence among the solutions of the Hinfty optimal sensitivity computation problem. Trans. of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, 31:1954-1961, 1995.


  94. B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Shapes, shocks, and deformations, I: the components of shape and the reaction-diffusion space. International Journal of Computer Vision, 15:189-224, 1995.


  95. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. On area and length preserving geometric invariant curve evolutions. IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Inteligence, 17:67-72, 1995.


  96. A. Tannenbaum. Nonlinear Hinfty optimization: a causal power series approach. SIAM J. Control and Optimization, 33:185-207, 1995.


  97. B.Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Geometry Driven Diffusion in Computer Vision, chapter On optimal control methods in computer vision and image processing. Kluwer, Holland, 1994.


  98. B.Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Shape in Picture, chapter Exploring the shape manifold: the role of conservation laws, pages 601-620. Springer-Verlag, 1994.


  99. B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Aspects of Visual Form Processing, chapter On the shape triangle, pages 307-323. World Scientific, Singapore, 1994.


  100. P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Geometry Driven Diffusion in Computer Vision, chapter Differential invariant signatures and flows in computer vision: a symmetry group approach. Kluwer,Holland, 1994.


  101. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. A relative Toeplitz-Hausdorff theorem. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, 71:29-34, 1994.


  102. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Continuity of the spectrum on closed similarity orbits. Integral Equations and Operator Theory, 18:242-246, 1994.


  103. C. Foias, A. Frazho, and A. Tannenbaum. On combined Hinfty and $H^2$ suboptimal interpolants. Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 203-204:443-469, 1994.


  104. C. Foias, C. Gu, and A. Tannenbaum. On a causal linear optimization theorem. Journal of Math. Analysis and Applications, 182:555-565, 1994.


  105. C. Foias, P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. On a lifting theorem for the structured singular value (with H. Bercovici). Journal of Math. Analysis and Applications, 187:617-627, 1994.


  106. P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Classification and uniqueness of invariant geometric flows. Comptes Rendus Acad. Sci. (Paris), 319:339-344, 1994.


  107. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. On affine plane curve evolution. Journal of Functional Analysis, 119:79-120, 1994.


  108. A. Dobbins, L. Iverson, B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Computer Vision: Systems, Theory, and Applications, chapter From curve detection to shape description, pages 25-39. World Scientific, Singapore, 1993.


  109. A. Tannenbaum. Digital and Numeric Techniques and Their Applications in Control Systems, chapter Generalized interpolation theory and its application to robust control design. 163-217. Academic Press, 1993.


  110. C. Foias, C. Gu, and A. Tannenbaum. Intertwining dilations, intertwining extensions, and causality. Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged), 56:101-123, 1993.


  111. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Causality in commutant lifting theory. Journal of Functonal Analysis, 118:407-441, 1993.


  112. H. Ozbay, M. Smith, and A. Tannenbaum. Mixed sensitivity optimization for unstable infinite dimensional systems. Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 178:43-83, 1993.


  113. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. Affine invariant scale-space. International Journal of Computer Vision, 11:25-44, 1993.


  114. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. On invariant curve evolution and image analysis. Indiana Univ. Journal of Mathematics, 42:985-1009, 1993.


  115. B.Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Visual Form, chapter Entropy scale-space, pages 333-344. Plenum Press, New York, 1992.


  116. A. Bruckstein and A. Tannenbaum. Some mathematical problems in computer vision. Acta Math. Appl., 30, 1992.


  117. D. Enns, H. Ozbay, and A. Tannenbaum. Abstract model and controller design for an unstable aircraft. AIAA Journal on Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 15:498-508, 1992.


  118. K. Hirata, Y. Yamamoto, A. Tannenbaum, and T. Katayama. New solution to the two block Hinfty problem for infinite dimensional stable plants. Trans. of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, 32:1416-1424, 1992.


  119. B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. On the evolution of curves via a function of curvature, I: the classical case. Journal of Math. Analysis and Applications, 163:438-458, 1992.


  120. A. Tannenbaum. Mathematical System Theory: the Influence of R. E. Kalman, chapter Invariant theory and families of systems. 327-345. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1991.


  121. B. Bamieh, B. Francis, J. B. Pearson, and A. Tannenbaum. A lifting technique for linear periodic systems with applications to sampled-data control. Systems and Control Letters, 17:79-88, 1991.


  122. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. A spectral commutant lifting theorem. Transactions of the AMS, 325:741-763, 1991.


  123. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. On spectral tangential Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation. Journal of Math. Analysis and Applications, 155:156-176, 1991.


  124. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. On the optimal solutions in spectral commutant lifting theory. Journal of Functional Analysis, 101:38-49, 1991.


  125. H. Bercovici and A. Tannenbaum. The invariant subspaces of a uniform Jordan operator. Journal Math. Analysis and Applications, 156:220- 230, 1991.


  126. K. Lenz, B. Morton, H. Ozbay, A. Tannenbaum, and J. Turi. Frequency domain analysis and robust control design for an ideal flexible beam. Automatica, 27:947-961, 1991.


  127. H. Ozbay and A. Tannenbaum. On the structure of suboptimal Hinfty controllers in the sensitivity minimization for distributed stable plants. Automatica, 27:293-305, 1991.


  128. B.Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. , volume 427 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, chapter Towards a computational theory of shape: an overview, pages 402-407. Springer, 1990.


  129. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Signal Processing, Scattering and Operator Theory, and Numerical Methods,, chapter Spectral variants of the Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation problem, pages 599-608. Birkhauser, Boston, 1990.


  130. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, chapter On the singular values of the four block operator and certain generalized interpolation problems, pages 483-493. Marcel Dekker, New York, 1990.


  131. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Robust Control of Nonlinear Systems and Nonlinear Control, chapter Nonlinear Hinfty theory, pages 267-276. Birkhauser, Boston, 1990.


  132. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Robust Control of Nonlinear Systems and Nonlinear Control, chapter Standard problem for distributed systems, pages 599-608. Birkhauser, Boston, 1990.


  133. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Signal Processing: Control Theory and Applications, volume 23 of IMA Series on Applied Mathematics, chapter Operator theoretic methods in the control of distributed and nonlinear systems, pages 51-78. Springer- Verlag, 1990.


  134. H. Ozbay and A. Tannenbaum. New Trends and Applications in Distributed Parameter Control Systems, chapter On the synthesis of Hinfty optimal controllers for infinite dimensional plants, pages 271-301. Marcel Dekker, New York, 1990.


  135. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Structured interpolation theory. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, 47:195-220, 1990.


  136. C. Foias, A. Frazho, and A. Tannenbaum. On certain minimal entropy extensions appearing in dilation theory. Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 137:213-238, 1990.


  137. H. Ozbay and A. Tannenbaum. Skew Toeplitz approach to the Hinfty-control of multivariate distributed systems. SIAM J. Control and Optimization, 28:653-670, 1990.


  138. J. Ball, C. Foias, and J. W. Helton, and A. Tannenbaum. A Poincare-Dulac approach to a nonlinear Beurling-Lax-Halmos theorem. Journal of Math. Analysis and Applications, 139:496-514, 1989.


  139. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. A strong Parrot theorem. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 106:777-784, 1989.


  140. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Iterated commutant lifting for systems with rational symbol. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, 41:255-277, 1989.


  141. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the parametrization of the suboptimal solutions in generalized interpolation. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 124:145-164, 1989.


  142. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Weighted sensitivity optimization for nonlinear systems. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 27:842-860, 1989.


  143. E. Kamen, P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. Control of slowly time-varying linear systems. IEEE Transactions Automatic Control, AC-34:1283-1286, 1989.


  144. P. Khargonekar, H. Ozbay, and A. Tannenbaum. Four block problem : stable weights and rational weightings. International Journal of Control, 50:1013-1023, 1989.


  145. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. On skew Toeplitz operators, I. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, 29:21-45, 1988.


  146. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the Nehari problem for a certain class of Linfty-functions appearing in control, II. Journal of Functional Analysis, 81:207-218, 1988.


  147. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the four block problem, I. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, 32:93-112, 1988.


  148. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the four block problem, II: the singular system. Integral Equations and Operator Theory, 11:726-767, 1988.


  149. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Optimal sensitivity theory for multivariate distributed plants. International Journal of Control, 47:985-992, 1988.


  150. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. Some remarks on optimal interpolation. Systems and Control Letters, 11:259-264, 1988.


  151. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. Some explicit formulae for the singular values of certain Hankel operators with factorizable symbol. SIAM J. Mathematical Analysis, 19:1081-1091, 1988.


  152. B. Francis and A. Tannenbaum. Generalized interpolation theory in control. Mathematical Intelligencer, 10:48-53, 1988.


  153. T. Lypchuk, M. Smith, and A. Tannenbaum. Weighted sensitivity minimization: general plants in Hinfty and rational weights. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 109:71-90, 1988.


  154. J. Ball, C. Foias, J. W. Helton, and A. Tannenbaum. Modelling, Robustness, and Sensitivity Reduction in Control Systems, chapter Nonlinear interpolation in Hinfty, pages 31-47. NATO ASI Series. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987.


  155. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. Modelling, Robustness, and Sensitivity Reduction in Control Systems, chapter Optimal interpolation in Hinfty: a new approach, pages 381-399. NATO ASI Series. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987.


  156. J. Ball, C. Foias, J. W. Helton, and A. Tannenbaum. On a local nonlinear commutant lifting theorem. Indiana Univ. Journal of Mathematics, 37:693-709, 1987.


  157. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the Nehari problem for a certain class of Linfty-functions appearing in control theory. Journal of Functional Analysis, 7:146-159, 1987.


  158. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the uniqueness of a minimal norm representative of an operator in the commutant of the compressed shift. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 101:687-692, 1987.


  159. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. On the Hinfty-optimal sensitivity problem for systems with delays. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 25:686-706, 1987.


  160. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. Sensitivity minimization for arbitrary SISO distributed plants. Systems and Control Letters, 8:189-195, 1987.


  161. A. Tannenbaum and Y. Yomdin. Robotic manipulators and the geometry of real semi-algebraic sets. IEEE Journal of Robotics and Automation, RA-3:301-308, 1987.


  162. A. Feintuch, P. P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. On the sensitivity minimization problem for linear time-varying periodic systems. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 24(5):1076-1085, 1986.


  163. A. Feintuch and A. Tannenbaum. Gain optimization for distributed systems. Systems and Control Letters, 6:295-301, 1986.


  164. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. On decoupling the Hinfty-optimal sensitivity problem for products of plants. Systems and Control Letters, 7:239-246, 1986.


  165. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. Weighted sensitivity minimization for delay systems. IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, AC-31:763-766, August 1986.


  166. E. W. Kamen, P. P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. Stable Bezout factorizations and feedback control of time-delay systems. International Journal of Control, 43:837-857, 1986.


  167. A. Tannenbaum. On the multivariable gain margin problem. Automatica, 22:381-384, 1986.


  168. E. W. Kamen, P. P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. Stabilization of time-delay systems using finite-dimensional compensators. IEEE Trans. on Aut. Control, AC-30:74-78, January 1985.


  169. P. P. Khargonekar, K. Poolla, and A. Tannenbaum. Robust control of linear time-invariant plants using periodic compensation. IEEE Trans. on Aut. Control, AC-30:1088-1096, November 1985.


  170. P. P. Khargonekar and A. Tannenbaum. Noneuclidean metrics and the robust stabilization of systems with parameter uncertainty. IEEE Trans. on Aut. Control, AC-30:1005-1013, October 1985.


  171. E. W. Kamen, P. P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. , volume 58 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, chapter A local theory of linear systems with noncommensurate time delays, pages 521-541. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1984.


  172. P. P. Khargonekar and A. Tannenbaum. , volume 58 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, chapter On weak pole placement of linear systems depending on parameters, pages 829-839. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1984.


  173. E. W. Kamen, P. P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. Pointwise stability and feedback control of linear systems with noncommensurate delays. Acta Math., 2:159-184, 1984.


  174. A. Tannenbaum. Linear systems on curves. Bulletin of the Canadian Math. Soc., 27:371-375, 1984.


  175. A. Tannenbaum. On a certain class of real algebras which are projective-free. Archiv der Mathematik, 42:474-478, 1984.


  176. A. Tannenbaum. On the classicial characteristic linear series of plane curves with nodes and cuspidal points: two examples of Beniamino Segre. Compositio Mathematica, 51:169-183, 1984.


  177. A. Tannenbaum. On the stabilizer subgroup of a pair of matrices. Linear Algebra and its Applications (Special Issue on Linear Control Theory), 50:527-544, 1983.


  178. A. Tannenbaum. A note on linear systems on K-3 surfaces. Proc. Am. Math. Soc., 86:6-9, 1982.


  179. A. Tannenbaum. Families of curves with nodes on K-3 surfaces. Math. Annalen, 280:239-253, 1982.


  180. A. Tannenbaum. Modified Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation and stabilization of linear plants with uncertainty in the gain factor. International Journal of Control, 36:331-336, 1982.


  181. A. Tannenbaum. On pole assignability over polynomial rings. Systems and Control Letters, 2:13-16, 1982.


  182. A. Tannenbaum. Polynomial rings over arbitrary fields in two or more variables are not pole assignable. Systems and Control Letters, 2:222-226, 1982.


  183. A. Tannenbaum. , volume 844 of Lecture Notes in Mathematics, chapter The Brauer group and unirationality: an example of Artin-Mumford, pages 103-128. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1981.


  184. A. Tannenbaum. Castelnuovo curves and unobstructed deformations. Math. Zeitschrift, 174:141-147, 1980.


  185. A. Tannenbaum. Deformations of space curves. Archiv der Mathematik, 34:37-42, 1980.


  186. A. Tannenbaum. Families of algebraic curves with nodes. Compositio Mathematica, 41:107-126, 1980.


  187. A. Tannenbaum. Feedback stabilization of linear dynamical plants with uncertainty in the gain factor. International Journal of Control, 32:1-16, 1980.


  188. A. Tannenbaum. On the geometric genera of projective curves. Math. Annalen, 240:213-221, 1979.


  189. A. Tannenbaum. Degenerations of curves in $P^3$. Proc. Am. Math. Soc., 65:6-10, 1978.


  190. A. Tannenbaum. Irreducible components of the Chow Scheme of space curves. Math. Zeitschrift, 162:287-294, 1978.


  191. B. Gholami, J. M. Bailey, W. M. Haddad, and A. Tannenbaum. Closed-Loop Control for Cardiopulmonary Management and Intensive Care Unit Sedation Using Expert Systems. IEEE Trans. Contr. Sys. Tech., . Note: In Submission.


  192. Vandana Mohan, Ivan Kolesov, Ferenc A. Jolesz, Nathalie Agar, and Allen Tannenbaum. Intraoperative prediction of tumor cell concentration from Mass Spectrometry Imaging. 19th Intl symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems - MTNS 2010, . [PDF ]


  193. A. Szymczak, A. Stillman, A. Tannenbaum, and K. Mischaikow. Coronary vessel cores from 3D imagery: a topological approach. MedIA, . Note: In Submission.


Conference articles
  1. B. Gholami, N. Y. R. Agar, F. A. Jolesz, W. M. Haddad, and A. R. Tannenbaum. A compressive sensing approach for glioma margin delineation using mass spectrometry. In IEEE Engineering Medicine Biology Conference, Boston, MA, 2011. Note: In Submition.


  2. J. Huang, B. Gholami, N. Y. R. Agar, I. Norton, W. M. Haddad, and A. R. Tannenbaum. Classification of astrocytomas and oligodendrogliomas from mass spectrometry data using sparse kernel machines. In IEEE Engineering Medicine Biology Conference, Boston, MA, 2011. Note: In Submition.


  3. J. Lee, P. Karasev, L. Zhu, and A. Tannenbaum. Human Body Tracking and Joint Angle Estimation from Mobile-phone Video for Clinical Analysis. In IAPR conference on Machine Vision Applications, 2011. Note: To appear. [PDF ]


  4. J. Lee, R. Sandhu, and A. Tannenbaum. Monte Carlo Sampling for Visual Pose Tracking. In IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, 2011. Note: In submission.


  5. L. Zhu, Y. Gao, V. Mohan, A. Stillman, T. Faber, and A. Tannenbaum. Estimation of Myocardial Volume at Risk from CT Angiography. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2011. [PDF ]


  6. Y. Gao, B. Gholami, R. MacLeod, J. Blauer, W. M. Haddad, and A. Tannenbaum. Segmentation of the Endocardial Wall of the Left Atrium using Local Region-Based Active Contours and Statistical Shape Learning. In SPIE Med. Imag., San Diego, CA, 2010. [PDF ]


  7. B. Gholami, J. M. Bailey, W. M. Haddad, and A. Tannenbaum. Closed-Loop Control for Cardiopulmonary Management and Intensive Care Unit Sedation Using Expert Systems. In Proc. IEEE Conf. Dec. Contr., Atlanta, GA, pages 3742–-3747, 2010. [PDF ]


  8. B. Gholami, W. M. Haddad, J. M. Bailey, and A. Tannenbaum. Optimal Drug Dosing Control for Intensive Care Unit Sedation Using a Hybrid Deterministic-Stochastic Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Model. In Proc. IEEE Conf. Dec. Contr., Atlanta, GA, pages 3754–-3759, 2010. [PDF ]


  9. B. Gholami, W. M. Haddad, and A. Tannenbaum. An Unsupervised Learning Approach for Facial Expression Recognition using Semi-Definite Programming and Generalized Principal Component Analysis. In IS& T/SPIE Elec. Imag., San Jose, CA, 2010. [PDF ]


  10. J. Lee, P. Karasev, and A. Tannenbaum. Range Based Object Tracking and Segmentation. In IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, pages 4641--4644, 2010. [PDF ]


  11. Vandana Mohan, Ganesh Sundaramoorthi, Marek Kubicki, and Allen Tannenbaum. Population Analysis of the Cingulum Bundle using the Tubular Surface Model for Schizophrenia detection. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2010.


  12. B. Gholami, W. M. Haddad, and A. Tannenbaum. Agitation and Pain Assessment Using Digital Imaging. In IEEE Eng. Med. Biolog. Conf., Minneapolis, MN, 2009. Note: Awarded National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering/National Institute of Health Student Travel Fellowship. [PDF ]


  13. Shawn Lankton, Arthur Stillman, Paolo Raggi, and Allen Tannenbaum. Soft Plaque Detection and Automatic Vessel Segmentation. In Proceedings of Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) Workshop: Probabilistic Models for Medical Image Analysis (PMMIA), September 2009. Note: Accepted.


  14. Vandana Mohan, Ganesh Sundaramoorthi, Arthur Stillman, and Allen Tannenbaum. Vessel Segmentation with Automatic Centerline Extraction using Tubular Surface Segmentation. In MICCAI CI2BM, 2009. Note: Workshop on Cardiovascular Interventional Imaging and Biophysical Modeling.


  15. R. Sandhu, S. Dambreville, A. Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. Non-Rigid 2D-3D Pose Estimation and 2D Image Segmentation. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2009. [PDF ]


  16. R. Sandhu, S. Lankton, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Statistical Shape Learning for 3D Tracking. In IEEE Proceedings of Conference on Decision and Control CDC, pages 1--8, 2009. [PDF ]


  17. S. Dambreville, A.Yezzi, S. Lankton, and A. Tannenbaum. TAC: Thresholding Active Contours. In Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Image Processing (ICIP), 2008. [PDF ]


  18. S. Dambreville, R. Sandhu, A.Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. Robust 3D Pose Estimation and Efficient 2D Region-Based Segmentation from a 3D Shape Prior. In Proc. European Conf. on Computer Vision (ECCV), volume 5303, pages 169-182, 2008. [PDF ]


  19. P. Karasev, J. Malcolm, and A. Tannenbaum. Kernel-Based High-Dimensional Histogram Estimation For Visual Tracking. In Int. Conf. on Image Processing (ICIP), 2008. [PDF ]


  20. S. Lankton, J. Malcolm, A. Nakhmani, and A. Tannenbaum. Tracking Through Changes in Scale. In Int. Conf. on Image Processing (ICIP), pages 241--244, 2008. [PDF ]


  21. S. Lankton, J. Melonakos, J. Malcolm, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Localized Statistics for DW-MRI Fiber Bundle Segmentation. In Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Workshops: Mathematical Methods in Biomedical Image Analysis (MMBIA), pages 1-8, 2008. [PDF ]


  22. Shawn Lankton and Allen Tannenbaum. Improved Tracking by Decoupling Target and Camera Motion. In Proc. SPIE: Electronic Imaging, January 2008. [PDF ]


  23. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Label Space: A Coupled Multi-Shape Representation. In Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI), 2008. [PDF ]


  24. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Label Space: A Multi-Object Shape Representation. In Combinatorial Image Analysis, 2008. [PDF ]


  25. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, A. Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. Fast approximate curve evolution. In SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2008.


  26. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, A. Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. Fast approximate surface evolution in arbitrary dimension. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2008. [PDF ]


  27. V. Mohan, G. Sundaramoorthi, J. Melonakos, M. Niethammer, M. Kubicki, and A. Tannenbaum. Tubular Surface Evolution for Segmentation of Tubular Structures with Applications to the Cingulum Bundle From DW-MRI. In Proceedings of MICCAI Workshop on Mathematical Foundations of Computational Anatomy, 2008. [PDF ]


  28. Marc Niethammer, Christopher Zach, John Melonakos, and Allen Tannenbaum. Tubular Fiber Bundles Segmentation for Diffusion Weighted Images. In MICCAI Workshop on Computational Diffusion MRI, 2008. [PDF ]


  29. Y. Rathi, S. Dambreville, M. Niethammer, J. Malcolm, J. Levitt, M. Shenton, and A. Tannenbaum. Segmenting images analytically in shape space. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2008. [PDF ]


  30. Tauseef Rehman and Allen Tannenbaum. Multimodal Registration of White Matter Brain Data via Optimal Mass Transport. In Proceedings of Computational Biomechanics for Medicine-III, MICCAI, pages 27-35, 2008.


  31. R. Sandhu, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Particle Filtering for Registration of 2D and 3D Point Sets with Stochastic Dynamics. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2008. Note: Accepted for Publication. [PDF ]


  32. R. Sandhu, T. Georgiou, and A. Tannenbaum. A New Distribution Metric for Image Segmentation. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2008. [PDF ]


  33. R. Sandhu, T. Georgiou, and A. Tannenbaum. Tracking with a New Distribution Metric in a Particle Filtering Framework. In IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, 2008. [PDF ]


  34. S. Dambreville, A. Yezzi, M. Niethammer, and A. Tannenbaum. A variational framework combining level-sets and thresholding.. In BMVC, 2007. [PDF ]


  35. S. Dambreville, A. Yezzi, M. Niethammer, and A. Tannenbaum. A variational segmentation framework using active contours and thresholding.. In Int. Conf. on Signal and Image Processing (SIP), 2007. [PDF ]


  36. S. Lankton, D. Nain, A. Yezzi, and A. Tannenbaum. Hybrid Geodesic Region-Based Curve Evolutions for Image Segmentation. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2007. [PDF ]


  37. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. A Graph Cut Approach to Image Segmentation in Tensor Space. In Workshop on Component Analysis Methods (in CVPR), 2007. [PDF ]


  38. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Graph cut segmentation with nonlinear shape priors. In Int. Conf. on Image Processing, 2007. [PDF ]


  39. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Multi-Object Tracking Through Clutter Using Graph Cuts. In Non-rigid Registration and Tracking Through Learning (in ICCV), 2007. [PDF ]


  40. J. Malcolm, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Tracking Through Clutter Using Graph Cuts. In British Machine Vision Conf. (BMVC), 2007. [PDF ]


  41. J. Melonakos, Y. Gao, and A. Tannenbaum. Tissue Tracking: Applications for Brain MRI Classification. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2007. [PDF ]


  42. J. Melonakos, V. Mohan, M. Niethammer, K. Smith, M. Kubicki, and A. Tannenbaum. Finsler Tractography for White Matter Connectivity of the Cingulum Bundle. In MICCAI, 2007. Springer. [PDF ]


  43. J. Melonakos, M. Niethammer, V. Mohan, M. Kubicki, J. Miller, and A. Tannenbaum. Locally-Constrained Region-Based Methods for DW-MRI Segmentation. In Mathematical Methods in Biomedical Image Analysis (MMBIA), 2007. [PDF ]


  44. V. Mohan, J. Melonakos, M. Niethammer, M. Kubicki, and A. Tannenbaum. Finsler Level Set Segmentation for Imagery in Oriented Domains. In British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), 2007. [PDF ]


  45. G. Pryor, T. Rehman, S. Lankton, P. Vela, and A. Tannenbaum. Fast Optimal Mass Transport for Dynamic Active Contour Tracking on the GPU. In CDC, 2007. [PDF ]


  46. Gallagher Pryor, Patricio Vela, Tauseef Rehman, and Allen Tannenbaum. Layered Active Contours for Tracking. In Proceedings of British Machine Vision Conference, pages 22-31, 2007.


  47. Y. Rathi, O. Michailovich, and A. Tannenbaum. Segmenting images on the Tensor Manifold. In CVPR, 2007.


  48. Tauseef Rehman, Gallagher Pryor, John Melonakos, and Allen Tannenbaum. Multi-resolution 3D Nonrigid Registration via Optimal Mass Transport on the GPU. In Proceedings of Computational Biomechanics for Medicine-II, MICCAI, pages 122-132, 2007. [PDF ]


  49. Tauseef Rehman, Gallagher Pryor, and Allen Tannenbaum. Fast Multigrid Optimal Mass Transport for Image Registration and Morphing. In Proceedings of British Machine Vision Conference, pages 102-111, 2007.


  50. Tauseef Rehman and Allen Tannenbaum. Multigrid Optimal Mass Transport for Image Registration and Morphing. In Proceedings of SPIE Conference on Computational Imaging V, pages 649810, 2007.


  51. Y. Yang, A. Stillman, A. Tannenbaum, and D. Giddens. Automatic Segmentation of Coronary Arteries Using Bayesian Driven Implicit Surfaces. In , pages 189-192, 2007. [PDF ]


  52. R. Al-Hakim, J. Fallon, D. Nain, J. Melonakos, and A. Tannenbaum. A Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Semi-Automatic Segmenter. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2006. [PDF ]


  53. S. Dambreville, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. A Shape-Based Approach to Robust Image Segmentation. In Intl. Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition, 2006. [PDF ]


  54. S. Dambreville, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Nonlinear shape prior from Kernel space for geometric active contours. In IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, 2006. [PDF ]


  55. S. Dambreville, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Shape-Based Approach to Robust Image Segmentation using Kernel PCA. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2006. Note: Accepted for publication. [PDF ]


  56. S. Dambreville, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Tracking Deformable Objects with Unscented Kalman Filtering and Geometric Active Contours. In American Control Conference, 2006. Note: Hugo Schuck Award for Best Paper (theory). [PDF ]


  57. Delphine Nain, Steven Haker, Aaron Bobick, and Allen Tannenbaum. Shape-Driven 3D Segmentation using using Spherical Wavelets. In Proceedings of MICCAI, Copenhagen, 2006. Note: Best Student Paper Award in the category Segmentation and Registration. [PDF ]


  58. Y. Rathi, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Comparative Analysis of Kernel Methods for Statistical Shape Learning. In CVAMIA held in conjunction with ECCV, 2006. [PDF ]


  59. Y. Rathi, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Particle Filtering with Dynamic Shape Prior. In Intl. Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition, 2006. [PDF ]


  60. Y. Rathi, S. Dambreville, and A. Tannenbaum. Statistical shape analysis using kernel PCA. In IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, 2006. [PDF ]


  61. Y. Rathi, O. Michailovich, J. Malcolm, and A. Tannenbaum. Seeing the Unseen: Segmenting with Distributions. In Intl. Conf. Signal and Image Processing, 2006. [PDF ]


  62. Y. Rathi, P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine Invariant Surface Evolutions for 3D Image Segmentation. In IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2006. [PDF ]


  63. Julien Traisnel and Allen Tannenbaum. An Edge-based Stochastic Active Contour for Medical Image Segmentation. In SPIE Medical Imaging, 2006. Note: Submitted.


  64. N. Vaswani, A. Yezzi, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Particle filters for infinite (or large) dimensional state spaces-part 1. In IEEE ICASSP, 2006. [PDF ]


  65. N. Vaswani, A. Yezzi, Y. Rathi, and A. Tannenbaum. Time-varying finite dimensional basis for tracking contour deformaitons. In Conf. on Decsision and Control (CDC), 2006. [PDF ]


  66. Y. Yang, S. George, D. Martin, A. Tannenbaum, and D. Giddens. 3D Modeling of Patient-Specific Geometries of Portal Veins Using MR Images. In Proceedings of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference, pages 5290-5293, 2006. [PDF ]


  67. Y. Yang, A. Tannenbaum, and D. Giddens. Multiscale Vessel Filtering in Assisting the Generation of Patient-Specific CFD Models for Coronary Arteries. In Proceedings of ASME BIO2006, Summer Bioengineering Conference, 2006. [PDF ]


  68. Delphine Nain, Steven Haker, Aaron Bobick, and Allen Tannenbaum. Multiscale 3D Shape Analysis using Spherical Wavelets. In Proceedings of MICCAI, Palm Springs, 2005. [PDF ]


  69. Eric Pichon and Allen Tannenbaum. Curve segmentation using directional information, relation to pattern detection. In IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), volume 2, pages 794-797, 2005. [PDF ]


  70. Eric Pichon, Carl-Fredrik Westin, and Allen Tannenbaum. A Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman approach to high angular resolution diffusion tractography. In International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI), pages 180-187, 2005. [PDF ]


  71. Y. Rathi, N. Vaswani, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Particle filtering for geometric active contours with application to tracking moving and deforming objects. In Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2005. [PDF ]


  72. P. Vela, M. Niethammer, J. Malcolm, and A. Tannenbaum. Closed Loop Visual Tracking Using Observer-Based Dynamic Active Contours. In Conf. on Guidance, Navigation, and Control, 2005. [PDF ]


  73. Yan Yang, Lei Zhu_, Steven Haker, Allen Tannenbaum, and Don P. Giddens. Harmonic Skeleton Guided Evaluation of Stenoses in Human Coronary Arteries. In Proceedings of MICCAI, Palm Springs, 2005. [PDF ]


  74. Lei Zhu_, S. Haker, and A. Tannenbaum. Mass Preserving Registration for Heart MR Images. In MICCAI 2005 LNCS 3750, pages 147-154, 2005. Springer. [PDF ]


  75. A. Betser, A. Tannenbaum, and P. Vela. Automatic tracking of flying vehicles using geodesic snakes and Kalman filtering. In to appear in IEEE CDC, 2004.


  76. J. Ha, C. Alvino, G. Pryor, M. Niethammer, E. Johnson, and A. Tannenbaum. Active Contours and Optical Flow for Automatic Tracking of Flying Vehicles. In Proceedings of the American Control Conference, 2004. IEEE. Note: Accepted.


  77. Suo Jin, Yan Yang, John Oshinski, Allen Tannenbaum, James Gruden, and Don Giddens. Flow Patterns and Wall Shear Stress Distributions at Atherosclerotic-Prone Sites in a Human Left Cornary Artery - An Exploration Using Combined Methods of CT and Computational Fluid Dynamics. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, pages 3789-3791, 2004. [PDF ]


  78. M. Niethammer and A. Tannenbaum. Dynamic Geodesic Snakes for Visual Tracking. In Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition., 2004. IEEE. Note: Accepted.


  79. Yan Yang, Allen Tannenbaum, and Don Giddens. Knowledge-Based 3D Segmentation and Reconstruction of Coronary Arteries Using CT Images. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, pages 1664-1666, 2004. [PDF ]


  80. Lei Zhu_ and A. Tannenbaum. Image interpolation based on optimal mass preserving mappings. In Proc. of International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI'04), pages 21-24, 2004. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  81. Lei Zhu_, Y. Yang, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Haker. Image Morphing Based on Mutual Information and Optimal Mass Transport. In Proc. of Int. Conf. on Image Processing 2004 (ICIP2004), pages 1675-1678, 2004. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  82. G. Ben-Arous, N. Shimkin, A. Tannenbaum, G. Unal, and O. Zeitouni. Algorithms for stochastic approximations of curvature flows. In ICIP, 2003.


  83. S. Bouix, K. Siddiqi, and A. Tannenbaum. Flux driven fly-throughs. In Proceedings of CVPR, 2003.


  84. M. Niethammer, E. Pichon, A. Tannenbaum, and P. J. Mucha. A Stokes flow boundary integral measurement of tubular structure cross sections in two dimensions. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Image Processing, pages 825--828, 2003. IEEE. [PDF ]


  85. M. Niethammer and A. Tannenbaum. Dynamic level sets for visual tracking. In Proceedings of the Conference on Decision and Control, 2003. IEEE. Note: Accepted.


  86. Eric Pichon, Allen Tannenbaum, and Ron Kikinis. A statistically based surface evolution method for medical image segmentation: presentation and validation. In International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI), volume 2, pages 711-720, 2003. Note: Best student presentation in image segmentation award. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  87. G. Unal, D. Nain, G. Ben-Arous, N. Shimkin, A. Tannenbaum, and O. Zeitouni. Algorithms for Stochastic Approximations of Curvature Flows. In Proceedings of ICIP, Barcelona, September 2003. [PDF ]


  88. Lei Zhu_, S. Haker, and A. Tannenbaum. Area-preserving mappings for the visualization of medical structures. In Randy E. Ellis and Terry M. Peters, editors, Proc. of Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2003), number 2879, pages 277-284, 2003. [PDF ]


  89. M. Niethammer, A. N. Stein, W. D. Kalies, P. Pilarczyk, K. Mischaikow, and A. Tannenbaum. Analysis of blood vessel topology by cubical homology. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Image Processing, volume 2, pages 969--972, 2002. IEEE.


  90. A. Tannenbaum and A. Yezzi. 4D active surfaces for MR cardiac analysis. In Proceedings of MICCAI, 2002.


  91. Lei Zhu_, S. Haker, and A. Tannenbaum. Conformal flattening maps for the visualization of vessels. In Proc. of Medical imaging 2002, volume 4681, pages 742-748, 2002.


  92. Lei Zhu_, S. Haker, A. Tannenbaum, S. Bouix, and K. Siddiqi. Angle-preserving mappings for the visualization of multi-branched vessels. In Proc. of Int. Conf. on Image Processing 2002 (ICIP2002), volume II, pages 945-948, 2002. [PDF ]


  93. M. Allili, K. Mischaikow, and A. Tannenbaum. Cubical homology and the topological classification of 2D and 3D imagery. In ICIP, 2001.


  94. S. Betelu, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine invariant erosion for 3D shapes. In ICCV, 2001.


  95. S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. Mass-preserving mappings and surface registration. In MICCAI, October 2001.


  96. S. Haker, G. Sapiro, A. Tannenbaum, and D. Washburn. Missile tracking using knowledge-based adaptive thresholding. In ICIP, 2001.


  97. S. Haker, A. Stillman, C. Curry, D. Giddens, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. $L^1$ based optical flow for cardiac wall motion tracking. In Proceedings of SPIE, February 2001.


  98. S. Haker and A. Tannenbaum. Minimal transport for nonlinear control. In CDC, December 2001.


  99. S. Haker and A. Tannenbaum. Optimal transport and image registration. In IEEE Conference on Variational and Level Set Methods in Computer Vision, 2001.


  100. A. Tannenbaum, A. Yezzi, and A. Goldstein. Visual tracking and object recognition. In Proceedings of NICOLS, July 2001.


  101. S. Angenent, S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. New approach for visualization of 3D colon imagery. In MICCAI, October 2000.


  102. S. Angenent, S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. Nondistorting maps for virtual colonoscopy. In Proceedings of SPIE, February 2000.


  103. S. Betelu, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine invariant symmetry sets. In Proceedings of ECCV, June 2000.


  104. T. Georgiou and A. Tannenbaum. High resolution sensing and anisotropic segmentation for SAR imagery. In Proceedings of IEEE CDC, 2000.


  105. J. Hughes and A. Tannenbaum. Length-based attacks for certain group based encryption rewriting systems. In IMA Report, volume 1696, April 2000.


  106. M. Montminy, C. Macosko, and A. Tannenbaum. New algorithms for 3D analysis of open-celled foams. In Proceedings of FOAM, 2000.


  107. A. Tannenbaum. Robust control and tracking. In Proceedings of IEEE CDC, 2000.


  108. S. Angenent, S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. Conformal geometry and virtual endoscopy. In Proceedings of ISCAS, 1999.


  109. S. Angenent, S. Haker, R. Kikinis, and A. Tannenbaum. Harmonic analysis and flattening the brain surface. In Proceedings of MICCAI, 1999.


  110. J. August, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. On the evolution of the skeleton. In Proceedings of ICCV, 1999.


  111. T. Georgiou, A. Tannenbaum, and U. Walther. Computational algebraic geometry and switching surfaces in optimal control. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1999.


  112. B. Kimia, K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Categorical features in shape perception. In ARVO Conference, 1999.


  113. B. Kimia, K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. On the psychophysics of the shape triangle. In Vision/Attention Conference, 1999.


  114. B. Kimia, K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. The shape triangle. In Vision/Attention Conference, 1999.


  115. K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. A Hamiltonian approach to the eikonal equation. In Proceedings of CVPR, 1999.


  116. K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. The Hamilton-Jacobi skeleton. In Proceedings of ICCV, 1999.


  117. S. Haker, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Knowledge based segmentation of SAR images. In Proceedings of International Conference on Image Processing, 1998.


  118. K. Hirata, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. Yamamoto. On the computation of the gap metric. In Proceedings of MTNS, 1998.


  119. K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Hyperbolic smoothing of shapes. In Proceedings of ICCV, January 1998.


  120. J. Berg, T. Higman, and A. Tannenbaum. Real-time control of semiconductor etching processes: experimental results. In Proceedings of SPIE, 1997.


  121. J. Berg, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Toward real-time estimation of surface motion: isotropy, anisotropy, and self-calibration. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1997.


  122. C. Foias, C. Gu, and A. Tannenbaum. Causal power series and the nonlinear standard Hinfty problem. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1997.


  123. S. Haker, A. Kumar, C. Vogel, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Stereo disparity and $L^1$ minimization. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1997.


  124. B. Kimia, K. Siddiqi, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Shapes, shocks, and wiggles. In International Workshop on Visual Form, June 1997.


  125. J. Berg, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Phase transitions and the estimation and control of semiconductor manufacturing processes. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1996.


  126. K. Hirata, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. Yamamoto. State space formulae for the gap computation. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1996.


  127. S. Kichenesamy, P. Olver, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. A gradient surface approach to 3D segmentation. In Proceedings of IS&T 49th Annual Conference, May 1996.


  128. S. Kichenesamy, P. Olver, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Surface evolution, conformal metrics, 3D contour finding, and 3D segmentation. In MTNS, 1996.


  129. A. Kumar, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Balas. Robust estimation for visual motion. In Proceedings of SPIE, 1996.


  130. P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine gradients, edge detection, and contour finding. In Proceedings of CVPR, June 1996.


  131. P. Olver, G. Sapiro, and A. Tannenbaum. Affine invariant gradient flows. In Proceedings of International Conference on Partial Differential Equations Computer Vision and Image Processing, 1996.


  132. A. Tannenbaum and A. Yezzi. Surface flows for 3D segmentation. In Proceedings of MTNS, 1996.


  133. K. Hirata, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. Yamamoto. New solution to the two block Hinfty problem for infinite dimensional stable plants. In Proceedings of the European Control Conference, September 1995.


  134. S. Kichenesamy, A. Kumar, P. Olver, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Gradient flow based snake models. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1995.


  135. S. Kichenesamy, A. Kumar, P. Olver, A. Tannenbaum, and A. Yezzi. Gradient flows and geometric active contours. In Proceedings of ICCV, 1995.


  136. A. Kumar, G. Balas, and A. Tannenbaum. L1 minimization approach for the computation of optical flow. In Proceedings of International Conference on Image Processing, 1995.


  137. A. Tannenbaum. Robust optimization of distributed parameter systems. In Proceedings of SPIE Conference on Mathematics and Control in Smart Structures, pages 97-108, 1995.


  138. M. Kaveh, G. Sapiro, A. Tannenbaum, and Y. L. You. Experiments on geometric image enhancement. In First IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, 1994.


  139. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. On area and length preserving geometric diffusions. In Proceedings of ECCV94, 1994.


  140. A. Tannenbaum and Y. Yamamoto. Pseudorational functions and Hinfty theory. In Proceedings of ACC, 1994.


  141. A. Tannenbaum and Y. Yamamoto. Skew Toeplitz theory and pseudorational transfer functions. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1994.


  142. Y. L. You, M. Kaveh, A. Tannenbaum, and W. Xu. Results in anisotropic diffusion. In First IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, 1994.


  143. H. Bercovici, J. Cockburn, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. On structured tangential interpolation in robust control. In Proceedings of 32nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1993.


  144. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and P. Khargonekar. A lifting technique for the robust stability analysis of systems with structured time-varying perturbations. In Proceedings of the Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, March 1993.


  145. D. Bugajski, D. Enns, and A. Tannenbaum. Synthesis methods for robust nonlinear control. In Proceedings of ACC, 1993.


  146. B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Non-linear shape approximation via the entropy sale space. In Proceedings of the SPIE Geometric Methods of Computer Vision Conference, 1993.


  147. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. Affine invariant flows and image smoothing. In Proceedings of the Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, March 1993.


  148. G. Sapiro and A. Tannenbaum. Formulating invariant heat-type curve flows. In Proceedings of the SPIE Geometric Methods of Computer Vision Conference, 1993.


  149. with D. Bugajski, D. Enns, and A. Tannenbaum. Preliminary mu-synthesis design for the ATB-1000. In Proceedings of Tenth Army Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computing, 1992.


  150. J. Cockburn, Y. Sidar, and A. Tannenbaum. A constructive solution to the gain-phase margin problem. In Proceedings of 31st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1992.


  151. H. Ozbay and A. Tannenbaum. On the optimal two block Hinfty compensators for distributed unstable plants. In Proceedings of ACC, 1992.


  152. D. Enns, H. Ozbay, and A. Tannenbaum. Hinfty optimal controllers for a distributed model of an aircraft. In Proceedings of 30th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1991.


  153. B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. A conservation-minded approach to shape. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Intelligent Control, 1991.


  154. B. Kimia, A. Tannenbaum, and S. Zucker. Conservation laws and the evolution of shape. In Human/Machine Vision Workshop, 1991. SPIE Meetings.


  155. A. Tannenbaum. Computational methods for the Hinfty control of distributed systems. In Proceedings of 30th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1991.


  156. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Interpolation theory in robust control. In Proceedings of IFAC, 1990.


  157. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Spectral tangential interpolation and gain margin problems. In Proceedings of ACC, pages 2385-2388, 1990.


  158. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Structured Nevanlinna-Pick and robust design. In Proceedings of 29th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 2874-2878, December 1990.


  159. H. Ozbay, M. Smith, and A. Tannenbaum. Controller design for unstable distributed plants. In Proceedings of ACC, pages 1583-1588, 1990.


  160. H. Ozbay, M. Smith, and A. Tannenbaum. On the two block problem for unstable distributed systems. In Proceedings of 29th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 1163-1167, December 1990.


  161. H. Bercovici, C. Foias, and A. Tannenbaum. Spectral radius interpolation and robust control. In Proceedings of 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 916-918, December 1989.


  162. D. Enns, C. Foias, T. Georgiou, M. Jackson, B. Schipper, and A. Tannenbaum. On the nonlinear mixed sensitivity problem. In Proceedings of 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 986-990, December 1989.


  163. K. Lenz, B. Morton, H. Ozbay, and A. Tannenbaum. Robust control design for a flexible beam using a distributed parameter Hinfty method. In Proceedings of 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 2673-2678, December 1989.


  164. H. Ozbay and A. Tannenbaum. A solution to the standard Hinfty problem for multivariable distributed systems. In Proceedings of 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 1444-1446, December 1989.


  165. H. Ozbay and A. Tannenbaum. On approximately optimal Hinfty controllers for distributed systems. In Proceedings of 28th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 1454-1460, December 1989.


  166. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. The four block problem for distributed systems. In Proceedings of 27th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 993-998, December 1988.


  167. A. Tannenbaum. Remarks on Hinfty-optimization of multivariate distributed systems. In Proceedings of 27th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 985-987, December 1988.


  168. C. Foias and A. Tannenbaum. On the spectra and invertibility of a certain class of operators in control. In Proceedings of 26th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 1338-1342, December 1987.


  169. A. Tannenbaum. Spectral Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation theory. In Proceedings of 26th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 1634-1638, December 1987.


  170. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. Hinfty-optimization theory for distributed systems. In Proceedings of 25th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 1986.


  171. A. Feintuch, P. P. Khargonekar, and A. Tannenbaum. Weighted sensitivity minimization for periodic systems. In Proceedings of 24th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 686-688, December 1985. IEEE.


  172. C. Foias, A. Tannenbaum, and G. Zames. Sensitivity minimization of delay systems. In Proceedings of 24th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 244-249, December 1985. IEEE.


  173. P.P. Khargonekar and A. Tannenbaum. Robust stabilization of systems with uncertain parameters. In Proceedings of 23rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1984 and 1985. IEEE.


Miscellaneous
  1. Tauseef Rehman, Gallagher Pryor, and Allen Tannenbaum. Realistic Image Morphing via Optimal Mass Transport. INFORMS Optimization Conference, 2008.


  2. Y. Gao, J. Melonakos, and A. Tannenbaum. Conformal Flattening ITK Filter. Insight Journal, 2006. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  3. J. Melonakos, Y. Gao, and A. Tannenbaum. Conformal Flattening of Brain Ventricles. Poster Presentation at MemBIS, 2006. [PDF ]


  4. J. Melonakos, K. Krishnan, and A. Tannenbaum. An ITK Filter for Bayesian Segmentation: itkBayesianClassifierImageFilter. Insight Journal, 2006. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  5. J. Melonakos, R. Al-Hakim, J. Fallon, and A. Tannenbaum. Knowledge-Based Segmentation of Brain MRI Scans Using the Insight Toolkit. Insight Journal, 2005. [WWW ] [PDF ]


  6. Sigurd Angenent, Steven Haker, Allen Tannenbaum, and Ron Kikinis. Conformal Geometry and Texture Mappings. U.S. Patent Number 6,697,538, 2004.


  7. James Hughes and Allen Tannenbaum. Algebro-Geometric Method for Public Key Crypotography. patent pending, 2004.


  8. M. Montminy, A. Tannenbaum, and C. Macosko. The 3D structure of real polymer foams. Note: To appear in Journal of Colloidal and Interfacial Science, 2004.


  9. Allen Tannenbaum and Anthony Yezzi. Curvature Based System for the Segmentation and Analysis of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imagery. U.S. Patent Number 6,535,623 B1, 2003.


  10. Harvey Cline and Allen Tannenbaum. 4D Kappa5 Gaussian Noise Reduction. U.S. Patent Number 6,204,853 B1, 2001.


  11. A. Tannenbaum. Book review of Hinfty-Optimal Control and Related Minimax Design Problems, by T. Basar and P. Bernhard. SIAM Review, 1994.


  12. A. Tannenbaum. Book review of Theory of Limit Cycles, by Ye Yan-Qian,. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 17, pp 178-180, 1987.