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In this paper we present an invariant statistical approach to classifying red blood cells (RBC). Given a database of 5062 grayscale images, we model the distribution of the observations by using Gaus-sian mixture densities within a Bayesian framework. As invariance is of great importance when classifying RBC, we use a Fourier-Mellin based approach to(More)
The clearance of indocyanine green (ICG) from the peripheral blood has been used for the study of hepatic function in clinical and experimental investigations. We describe a method of simultaneous, semiquantitative measurement of the kinetics of ICG in the peripheral blood, liver, kidney and bile system following intraoperative bolus injection. The method(More)
In this paper we present an invariant statistical approach to classifying red blood cells (RBC). Given a database of 5062 grayscale images, we model the distribution of the observations by using Gaus-sian mixture densities within a Bayesian framework. As invariance is of great importance when classifying RBC, we use a Fourier-Mellin based approach to(More)
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