Publications

Books and Book Chapters

  1. R. Erdmann, D.H. Johnson, K. Muir. Monet’s supports: Thread count, weave and ground analysis of Monet’s paintings in the Art Institute of Chicago. Chapter in Peindre au temps des impressionnistes : l’apport de l’étude matérielle des toiles, Bénédicte Trémolières, editor. Presses Universitaires De Rouen Et Du Havre, 2016.
  2. D.H. Johnson and C. Berry. Canvas-Weave Analysis. Appendix 2 in The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-Century France, C.D. Dickerson III and E. Bell. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and Yale University Press, 2016.
  3. D.H. Johnson. Thread count analysis of Jordaens’s Allegory of Fertility. Jacob Jordaens, pp. 83-85, Royal Museums of the Fine Arts of Belgium. 2016.
  4. D.H. Johnson, C. Metzger, D. Wolfthal. Weave Match and its Implications: The case of Dirk Bouts’s Canvas Paintings. Chapter in Workshop Practices in Early Netherlandish Painting: Case Studies from van Eyck through Gossart, Brepols, 2016.
  5. D.H. Johnson. Construction of canvas supports for Jordaens’ paintings suggested by thread count analysis. Proceedings of Jacob Jordaens: Werkgenese, Veränderung, Restaurierung. 2014.
  6. K. Muir, I. Fiedler, D.H. Johnson, R.G. Erdmann. An integrated study of Claude Monet’s painting canvases. Proceedings of Face, revers et leurs interactions en peinture (1870–1900). 2014.
  7. K. Muir, I. Fiedler, D.H. Johnson, R.G. Erdmann. Thread count, weave, and ground analysis of Claude Monet’s Vieille-Troisgros canvases in the Art Institute of Chicago. Painting Techniques, History Materials and Studio Practice, 2014.
  8. D.H. Johnson. Thread Count Analysis of Jordaens’ Allegory of Fertility. Chapter 5 in Jacques Jordaens (1593–1678): Allegories of Fruitfulness and Abundance, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Cahier no 14. 2014.
  9. D.H. Johnson, C.R. Johnson, Jr., E. Hendriks. Automated thread counting. Chapter 8 in van Gogh’s Studio Practice, edited by M. Vellekoop, M. Geldof, E.Hendriks, L. Jansen and A. de Tagle, Mercatorfonds, 2013, pp. 142–155.
  10. E. Hendriks, C.R. Johnson, Jr., D.H. Johnson, M. Geldof. Automated thread counting and the Studio Practice Project. Chapter 9 in van Gogh’s Studio Practice, edited by M. Vellekoop, M. Geldof, E.Hendriks, L. Jansen and A. de Tagle, Mercatorfonds, 2013, pp. 156–181.
  11. J. Salvant, M. Geldof, E. Ravaud, L. Megens, C. Walbert, M. Menu, D.H. Johnson. Investigation of the grounds of Tasset et L’Hôte commercially primed canvases used by Vincent van Gogh in the period 1888 to 1890. Chapter 10 in van Gogh’s Studio Practice, edited by M. Vellekoop, M. Geldof, E.Hendriks, L. Jansen and A. de Tagle, Mercatorfonds, 2013, pp. 182–201.
  12. D.H. Johnson. Principles of neural signal processing. Chapter 4 in Biohybrid Systems edited by Ranu Jung, 53–75. Wiley-VCH, 2011.
  13. D.H. Johnson. Information-theoretic analysis of neural data. Chapter 3 in Statistical Signal Processing for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology edited by Karim Oweiss, 69–92, Elsevier, 2010.
  14. D.H. Johnson, C.J. Rozell, I.N. Goodman. Information theory and systems neuroscience. Chapter 13 in Analysis of Parallel Spike Trains edited by Sonja Grün. Springer, 2010.
  15. D.H. Johnson. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I, The Connexions Project, 2005.
  16. D.H. Johnson and D.E. Dudgeon. Array Signal Processing: Concepts and Techniques, Prentice-Hall, 1993.

Recent Reviewed Publications

  1. C.R. Johnson, Jr., D.H. Johnson, I. Verslype, R. Lugtigheid, R.G. Erdmann. Detecting weft snakes. Art Matters, 5: 48–52, 2013.
  2. D.H. Johnson, E. Hendriks, C.R. Johnson, Jr. Interpreting canvas weave matches. Art Matters, 5: 53–61, 2013.
  3. D.H. Johnson, C.R. Johnson, Jr., R.G. Erdmann. Weave analysis of paintings on canvas from radiographsSignal Processing, 93: 527–540, 2013.
  4. W. Liedtke, C.R. Johnson, Jr., D.H. Johnson. Canvas matches in Vermeer: A case study in the fabric analysis of canvas supports. Metropolitan Museum Journal, 47: 101–108, 2012.
  5. P. Pérez d’Ors, C.R. Johnson, Jr., D.H. Johnson. Velázquez in Fraga: A new hypothesis about the portraits of El Primo and Philip IV. Burlington Magazine, 154: 620–625, 2012.
  6. E. Hendriks, D.H. Johnson and C.R. Johnson, Jr. Interpreting canvas weave matches. Art Matters, 2012.
  7. L. van~Tilborgh, T. Meedendorp, E. Hendriks, D.H. Johnson, C.R. Johnson, Jr. Weave matching and dating of van Gogh’s paintings: an interdisciplinary approach. Burlington Magazine, 154: 112–122, 2012.
  8. C.R. Johnson, Jr., D.H. Johnson, N. Hamashima, H.S. Yang, E. Hendriks. On the utility of spectral-maximum-based automated thread counting from X-rays of paintings on canvas. Studies in Conservation, 156: 104–114, 2012.
  9. P. Noble, A. van Loon, C.R. Johnson, Jr. and D.H. Johnson. Technical investigation of Rembrandt and/or studio of Saul and David, c. 1660, from the collection of the Mauritshaus. ICOM-CC, Lisbon, 2011.
  10. D.H. Johnson. Information theory and neural information processing. IEEE Trans. Information Theory, 56: 653–666, 2010.
  11. D.H. Johnson, C.R. Johnson, Jr. and E. Hendriks. Signal processing and analyzing works of artSPIE’10.
  12. D.H Johnson, E. Hendriks, M. Geldof and C.R. Johnson, Jr.. Do weave matches imply canvas roll matches? AIC’10.
  13. D.H. Johnson, C.R. Johnson, Jr. and E. Hendriks. Matching canvas weave patterns from processing x-ray images of master paintingsICASSP’10.
  14. D.H. Johnson and C.R. Johnson, Jr. A thread counting algorithm for art forensics. DSP Workshop, 2009.
  15. C.J. Rozell, D.H. Johnson, R.G. Baraniuk,B.A. Olshausen. Sparse Coding via Thresholding and Local Competition in Neural Circuits. Neural Computation, 20: 2526–2563, 2008.
  16. I.N. Goodman and D.H. Johnson. Information theoretic bounds on neural prosthesis effectiveness: The importance of spike sortingICASSP’08.
  17. M.A. Lexa and D.H. Johnson. Distributed Structures, Sequential Optimization, and Quantization for DetectionIEEE Trans. Signal Processing56: 1740–1745, 2008.
  18. D.H. Johnson and I.N. Goodman. Inferring the Capacity of the Vector Poisson Channel with a Bernoulli ModelNetwork: Computation in Neural Systems19: 13–33, 2008.
  19. M. Sheikh and D.H. Johnson. Fundamental Detection and Estimation Limits in Spike SortingICASSP’07.
  20. M.A. Lexa and D.H. Johnson. Joint optimization of distributed broadcast quantization systems for classificationDCC’07.
  21. S. Sinanovic and D.H. Johnson. Toward a theory of information processingSignal Processing87: 1326–1344, 2007.
  22. Don H. Johnson Signal-to-noise ratioScholarpedia, 1(12):2088, 2006.
  23. J. Uppuluri and D.H. Johnson. Detecting correlated population responsesCNS’06.
  24. M.A. Sheikh and D.H. Johnson. Favorable recording criteria for spike sortingCNS’06.
  25. C.J. Rozell and D.H. Johnson. Evaluating local contributions to global performance in wireless sensor and actuator networksDCOSS’06.
  26. S. Sinanovic, D.H. Johnson, W. Gardner. Directional propagation cancellation for acoustic communication along the drill string. ICASSP’06.
  27. C.J. Rozell, I. Goodman and D.H. Johnson. Feature-based information processing with selective attentionICASSP’06.
  28. M. Memarzadeh, D.H. Johnson, W. Gardner, L. Gao. On maximizing the fidelity of log signals transmitted via digital telemetry. Society of Petroleum Engineers, 2006.

Papers Selected for Special Recognition

  • D.H. Johnson and S.R. DeGraaf. Improving the resolution of bearing in passive sonar arrays by eigenvalue analysis, 1982. Selected for inclusion in Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing, (IEEE Press, 1986) and in Modern Spectrum Analysis II, edited by S.B. Kesler (IEEE Press, 1986).
  • D.H. Johnson. The application of spectral estimation methods to bearing estimation problems (invited paper). Proc. IEEE70(9): 1018–1028, 1982.

Unreviewed Manuscripts and Talks

  1. D.H. Johnson and I.N. Goodman. Jointly Poisson Processes. 2009.
  2. D.H. Johnson. The Correlation Function of Multiple Dependent Poisson Processes Generated by the Alternating Renewal Process Method. 2007.
  3. D.H. Johnson. Correlations in Populations: Information-Theoretic Limits. Cosyne Workshop of Population Correlations. February 2007.
  4. D.H. Johnson. From Signal to Information Processing. Presentation.
  5. D.H. Johnson. Information processing performance limits of neural populations. Neural Coding Workshop, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, February 10-14, 2003.
  6. A.G. Dabak and D.H. Johnson. Relations between Kullback-Leibler distance and Fisher information.
  7. D.H. Johnson and S. Sinanovic. Symmetrizing the Kullback-Leibler Distance.

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