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Automatic segmentation and classification of human intestinal parasites from microscopy images
Human intestinal parasites constitute a problem in most tropical countries, causing death or physical and mental disorders. Their diagnosis usually relies on the visual analysis of microscopy images, with error rates that ...
Image registration and image interpolation in volume rendering of cross sections
We outline a method for registration of images of cross sections using the concepts of The Generalized Hough Transform (GHT). The approach may be useful in situations where automation should be a concern. To overcome known ...
Image categorization through optimum path forest and visual words
Different from the first attempts to solve the image categorization problem (often based on global features), recently, several researchers have been tackling this research branch through a new vantage point - using features ...
A review of computational methods applied for identification and quantification of atherosclerotic plaques in images
(Elsevier B.V., 2016-03-15)
Evaluation of the composition of atherosclerotic plaques in images is an important task to determine their pathophysiology. Visual analysis is still as the most basic and often approach to determine the morphology of the ...
Pattern Recognition in Macroscopic and Dermoscopic Images for Skin Lesion Diagnosis
Pattern recognition in macroscopic and dermoscopic images is a challenging task in skin lesion diagnosis. The search for better performing classification has been a relevant issue for pattern recognition in images. Hence, ...
A method for the digital image analysis of ceramic grains based on shape factor segmentation
A very simple and robust method for ceramics grains quantitative image analysis is presented. Based on the use of optimal imaging conditions for reflective light microscopy of bulk samples, a digital image processing routine ...
Interactive volume segmentation with differential image foresting transforms
(Ieee-inst Electrical Electronics Engineers IncPiscatawayEUA, 2004)