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AriaQ : Beyond ESAPI for Querying Aria
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EvilDICOM in ESAPI
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My OpenCV Playground Project
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New Coding Tutorial : Advanced ESAPI #1
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New Features For EvilDICOM
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UAB Eclipse Scripting REPL
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Understanding Secular Equilibrium (Radioactivity)
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Getting Data from Private Elements in Evil DICOM
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2D Raytracing with Cardan.Math library
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Read .Obj File in C# In Just 10 Lines of Code

AriaQ : Beyond ESAPI for Querying Aria

EvilDICOM in ESAPI

My OpenCV Playground Project

New Coding Tutorial : Advanced ESAPI #1

New Features For EvilDICOM

I have been getting several requests for different features and thought I would roll out a new Evil DICOM version with some new features I have been playing with. I hope you can find some use for them. The big 3 are: Read More

UAB Eclipse Scripting REPL

An introduction to the UAB Eclipse Scripting API REPL to learn the API in a sandbox environment.

Understanding Secular Equilibrium (Radioactivity)

Secular equilibrium occurs when the number of atoms of a daughter isotope essentially becomes constant after some time. It occurs when the parent half life is much longer than the daughter half life. The following are different ways to look at the physical phenomenon of secular equilibrium in radioactive decay.

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Getting Data from Private Elements in Evil DICOM

When a DICOM file is read and if the encoding is not explicit VR style, the computer is at the mercy of its DICOM dictionary to look up the VR type of each element. If the dictionary is not complete, or if private tags are being read, this can pose a problem. Evil DICOM still reads the elements, but categorizes them into Unknown VR types and stores the data as a list of bytes.

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2D Raytracing with Cardan.Math library

One of the cool things you can do with my math library is some simple 2D ray-tracing. Ray tracing allows you to follow a particle along a line and find all of its interaction points in the form of pixel boundaries.

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Read .Obj File in C# In Just 10 Lines of Code

Sometimes when working with 3D graphics in C# or WPF, it is handy to read in and write out common 3D formats to open in programs like MeshLab, Blender, or one of the Autodesk Suite. With the use of some LINQ and lambdas, I was able to whittle down some code to the bare minimum of reading vertices and faces out of an Wavefront .OBJ file. Read More

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