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Registration of histopathology images of consecutive tissue sections stained with different histochemical or immunohistochemical stains is an important step in a number of application areas, such as the investigation of the pathology of a disease, validation of MRI sequences against tissue images, multiscale physical modeling, etc. In each case, information(More)
In vivo structural neuroimaging can reliably identify changes to cortical morphology and its regional variation but cannot yet relate these changes to specific cortical layers. We propose, however, that by synthesizing principles of cortical organization, including relative contributions of different layers to sulcal and gyral thickness, regional patterns(More)
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Three-dimensional (3D) high resolution microscopic images have high potential for improving the understanding of both normal and disease processes where structural changes or spatial relationship of disease features are significant. In this paper, we develop a complete framework applicable to 3D pathology analytical imaging, with an application to whole(More)
The utility of satellite imagery for landslide detection in southwest coastal British Columbia was evaluated by interpretation of orbital imagery (SPOT, IKONOS, and QUICKBIRD) and comparison with large-and medium-scale aerial photography. Satellite imagery was enhanced by simple, repeatable digital image processing techniques (contrast stretches and(More)
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