Marc C. Wood

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We developed and tested a new automated chromosome karyotyping scheme using a two-layer classification platform. Our hypothesis is that by selecting most effective feature sets and adaptively optimizing classifiers for the different groups of chromosomes with similar image characteristics, we can reduce the complexity of automated karyotyping scheme and(More)
Visual search and identification of analyzable metaphase chromosomes using optical microscopes is a very tedious and time-consuming task that is routinely performed in genetic laboratories to detect and diagnose cancers and genetic diseases. The purpose of this study is to develop and test a computerized scheme that can automatically identify chromosomes in(More)
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