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INTRODUCTION In a recent publication, the phasegram, a bifurcation diagram over time, has been introduced as an intuitive visualization tool for assessing the vibratory states of oscillating systems. Here, this nonlinear dynamics approach is augmented with quantitative analysis parameters, and it is applied to clinical laryngeal high-speed video (HSV)(More)
Global Plants, a collaborative between JSTOR and some 300 herbaria, now contains about 2.48 million high-resolution images of plant specimens, a number that continues to grow, and collections that are digitizing their specimens at high resolution are allocating considerable recourses to the maintenance of computer hardware (e.g., servers) and to acquiring(More)
About two thirds of laryngeal cancers originate at the vocal cords. Early-stage detection of malignant vocal fold alterations, including a discrimination of premalignant lesions, represents a major challenge in laryngology as precancerous vocal fold lesions and small carcinomas are difficult to distinguish by means of regular endoscopy only. We report a(More)
In order to objectively assess the laryngeal vibratory behavior, endoscopic high-speed cameras capture several thousand frames per second of the vocal folds during phonation. However, judging all inherent clinically relevant features is a challenging task and requires well-founded expert knowledge. In this study, an automated wavelet-based analysis of(More)
Recently, endoscopic high-speed laryngoscopy has been established for commercial use as a state-of-the-art technique to examine vocal fold kinematics. Since modern cameras provide sampling rates of several thousand frames per second, a high volume of data has to be considered for visual and objective analysis. A method for visualizing endoscopic high speed(More)
Direct observation of vocal fold vibration is indispensable for a clinical diagnosis of voice disorders. Among current imaging techniques, high-speed videoendoscopy constitutes a state-of-the-art method capturing several thousand frames per second of the vocal folds during phonation. Recently, a method for extracting descriptive features from(More)
OBJECTIVE This work presents a computer-based approach to analyze the two-dimensional vocal fold dynamics of endoscopic high-speed videos, and constitutes an extension and generalization of a previously proposed wavelet-based procedure. While most approaches aim for analyzing sustained phonation conditions, the proposed method allows for a clinically(More)
rigid high-speed laryngoscopy is the state of the art examination technique for the visualization of vocal fold dynamics. however, due to the insertion of the rigid endoscope in the oral cavity the voice production process including the dynamics of vocal fold vibrations becomes impaired. therefore, the currently available computerized analysis procedures,(More)