Lars-Goran Ofverstedt

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In structural studies of proteins, the first task is to identify the different parts of the protein. We present a robust method using a fuzzy framework for delineating a protein and to identify its parts. The method is used in a study of the immunoglobulin G antibody, individually imaged using cryo electron tomography, with satisfactory results.
—Two-Dimensional (2D) Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) is a basic and computationally intensive algorithm, with a vast variety of applications. 2D images are, in general, non-periodic, but are assumed to be periodic while calculating their DFTs. This leads to cross-shaped artifacts in the frequency domain due to spectral leakage. These artifacts can have(More)
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