Gary J. Cook

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  • Fergus Davnall, Connie S. P. Yip, Gunnar Ljungqvist, Mariyah Selmi, Francesca Ng, Bal Sanghera +4 others
  • 2012
BACKGROUND Tumor spatial heterogeneity is an important prognostic factor, which may be reflected in medical images METHODS Image texture analysis is an approach of quantifying heterogeneity that may not be appreciated by the naked eye. Different methods can be applied including statistical-, model-, and transform-based methods. RESULTS Early evidence(More)
Positron emission tomography (PET) combined with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a hybrid technology which has recently gained interest as a potential cancer imaging tool. Compared with CT, MRI is advantageous due to its lack of ionizing radiation, superior soft-tissue contrast resolution, and wider range of acquisition sequences. Several studies have(More)
We report on a two-part longitudinal study of computer-supportedcooperative work. It focuses on the impact of coordinating andenabling technologies through an examination of computer-supportedinformation exchange patterns. Colleagues were required to worktogether to complete a project within a specified time frame. Thepatterns of information exchange(More)
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