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Digital Image Correlation using GPU Computing Applied to Biomechanics

Amarjot Singh, S.N. Omkar

Biomedical Science and Engineering. 2013, 1(1), 1-10 doi:10.12691/bse-1-1-1
  • Figure 1. Schematic of the reference image with the parameters (Q=P and shift δ)
  • Figure 2. Wrist Extension Experiment: (a) Reference Image (b) Deformed Image
  • Figure 3. Calf Stretching Experiment: (a) Reference Image (b) Deformed Image
  • Figure 6. CUDA Jacket Model: The programmer directly accesses CPU with MATLAB while with the jacket installed in the system the programmer can work with GPU
  • Figure 4. Flow chart for feature extraction
  • Figure 5. Flow chart for strain computation
  • Figure 7. (a) Enlargement of area after square 11 by 11 Dilation (b) Marker points after thresholding
  • Figure 8. (a) Code for extracting the feature points and for computing cross correlation between the two images (b) Intermediate Cross Convolution FFT Step for DIC algorithm (c) High greyscale peak observed on convolution between two ZOIs
  • Figure 9. (a) CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for wrist extension experiment for single window FFT convolution with single window (b) CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for calf stretching experiment for single window FFT convolution with single window (c) CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for wrist extension experiment for single window FFT convolution with multiple windows (d) CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for calf stretching experiment for single window FFT convolution CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for calf stretching experiment for single window FFT convolution with multiple windows
  • Figure 10. (a) Graphical representation of CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for wrist extension experiment for single window FFT convolution with single window (b) Graphical representation of CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for calf stretching experiment for single window FFT convolution with single window (c) Graphical representation of CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for wrist extension experiment for single window FFT convolution with multiple windows (d) Graphical representation of CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for calf stretching experiment for single window FFT convolution CPU and GPU simulations along with the speed up for calf stretching experiment for single window FFT convolution with multiple windows