Dragan Ivetic

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In this paper we present a continuation of our work on three dimensional quality evaluation space for medical image compression. Quality dimensions are: presentation-objective, presentation-subjective, and technical-objective. Each quality dimension is defined by a quality vector. We present which attributes of medical image compression should be included(More)
The question of educational policy is considered with reference to its effect on student creativity. An example of this effect is presented – the linearization of Graham’s scan algorithm. The linearzation is described in detail with reference to how varying aspects of it originate with the original educational environment.The Graham’s Scan approach to(More)
This paper discusses the applicability of the Wii controller to CS (computer science) education. The controller can be used as an inexpensive sensor platform or as a human interface device. Its applicability is studied trough two examples: virtual reality and advanced human computer interaction on one side and artificial intelligence on the other. Both(More)
This paper presents an important step towards effective road condition state video-based Web consulting — an augmented video database. Augmented video database is built on top of the commercial object relational database management system where road condition state videos integrated with corresponding measured discrete data, so called augmented(More)
Assessing the computational efficiency of an image compression technique plays an important part in evaluations used to estimate the overall quality of the compression. In this chapter, different methods for assessing computational efficiency will be explored as a part of the evaluations used to determine still image compression usability in image(More)
In this paper we introduce a model which describes the process of choosing individual metrics which are used to establish if a medical image compression is acceptable for a specific PACS or not. Image compression is an integral part of a PACS. There is no universal way for measuring acceptance of still image compression for a specific PACS. Many individual(More)
Delivering of medical image content to mobile/embedded devices with low storage and processing capabilities and low resolution displays is a challenging, but important task for achieving ubiquitous computing in modern hospital environments. The common approaches in industry and technical literature employ JPEG2000 compression and image streaming. Beside(More)