Boqiang Liu

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This paper mainly does some research on the problem of information exchange between HIS and PACS, which is starving for solution in the construction of hospital digitalization. HIS system mainly deals with patient information, it follows the standard of HL7.While PACS system mainly manages image information, it follows the standard of DICOM 3.0. Because HIS(More)
An EEG analyzing system based on Advanced RISC Machines (ARM) and muC/os-II real time operating system is discussed in this paper. The detailed system design including the producing of event signals and the synchronization between event signals and EEG signals is described. The details of data acquisition, data preprocessing, data transmitting through USB(More)
Identification and classification technology plays an important part in study of the BCI system. There are many algorithms to classify the event of different task related. Here, finger movement was used as the basic and typical tasks to be identified in the BCI experiments. The ideas of BP and ERD were introduced and discussed. The CSSD (common spatial(More)
According to the features of the configuration and color information on the cancer cells, an adaptive automatic threshold segmentation based on the RGB and HIS color spaces is presented, which is available to segment suspected cancer cells and nucleus from the complex backgrounds in the microscopic images. The edges of the suspected cancer cells and nucleus(More)
As the standard especially for the storage and transmission of medical images, the standard of Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is popular to the people of the world. And as a result, almost all the outputs of the computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MR), digital subtraction angiography (DSA) and ultrasonography (US) are(More)
For many years brain-computer interfaces research programs have been very popular. The classification algorithm of the EEG signals has attracted much attention. In this paper, an experiment is designed on imaginary left or right hand movements and a new algorithm is proposed to identify different EEG patterns. Butterworth filter has been applied to retrieve(More)
Magnetic fields simulating EEG rhythm were used to stimulate Wistar rats to explore the effect of magnetic field on retrieval (recall) ability and its mechanism. The results indicated that most of the weak magnetic fields (>10 minutes) simulating the EEG rhythm of human brain impaired the retrieval of long-term memory significantly (P<0.05), but weak(More)
This is a review of the progress in the study on auditory event-related potentials (ERP) of novel events. Several cognitive problems about the novelty ERP response on brain and the experiment methods are introduced. The mismatch negative potential (MMN) reflects the detection of deviant events, and MMN is related with the novelty P3. Familiarity and(More)