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Automated diagnosis of human intestinal parasites using optical microscopy images
Intestinal parasitosis constitutes a serious health problem in most tropical countries. The diagnosis of enteroparasites in laboratory routine relies on the examination of stool samples using optical microscopy and the ...
A mechatronic system applied to wear particle analysis
This paper describes the development of a mechatronic system for a predictive maintenance grounded on wear particle analysis. The reckoning of wear particles containing in lubricating industrial oils brings the image ...
Computational methods for the image segmentation of pigmented skin lesions: A review
(Elsevier B.V., 2016-07-01)
Background and objectives: Because skin cancer affects millions of people worldwide, computational methods for the segmentation of pigmented skin lesions in images have been developed in order to assist dermatologists in ...
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 ...
Generating virtual images from oblique frames
Image acquisition systems based on multi-head arrangement of digital camerasare attractive alternatives enabling a larger imaging area when compared to a single framecamera. The calibration of this kind of system can be ...
A novel device with 36 channels for imaging and signal acquisition of the gastrointestinal tract based on AC biosusceptometry
The alternate current biosusceptometry (ACB) is a biomagnetic technique used to study some physiological parameters associated with gastrointestinal (GI) tract. For this purpose it applies an AC magnetic field and measures ...