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Large-scale wireless metro-mesh networks consisting of hundreds of routers and thousands of clients suffer from a plethora of performance problems. The sheer scale of such networks, the abundance of performance metrics, and the absence of effective tools can quickly overwhelm a network operators’ ability to diagnose these problems. As a solution, we present(More)
MOTIVATION In addition to being involved in retinal vascular growth, astrocytes play an important role in diseases and injuries, such as glaucomatous neuro-degeneration and retinal detachment. Studying astrocytes, their morphological cell characteristics and their spatial relationships to the surrounding vasculature in the retina may elucidate their role in(More)
Analyzing high-resolution images of astrocytes is important in understanding the diseases, such as glaucoma and retinal detachment, to which astrocytes are known to become reactive. This is challenging because the cells are small, homogeneous, and closely packed. We propose an interactive visualization system designed for such images. Our system employs a(More)
Retinal astrocytes are one of two types of glial cells found in the mammalian retina. In mice, these highly planar cells are located in the innermost retinal layer termed the nerve fiber layer and are robustly stained using anti-glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP). We sought to develop an in-depth visual analysis of the astrocyte distribution across the(More)
At the " Four Eyes " Lab, directed by Matthew Turk and Tobias Höllerer, we pursue research in the four I's of Imaging, Interaction, and Innovative Interfaces. Here are a few example research projects (see also * CALIFORNIA NANOSYSTEMS INSTITUTE Please see back of this page for the project descriptions.
Motivation: In addition to being involved in retinal vascular growth, astrocytes play an important role in diseases and injuries, such as glaucomatous neuro-degeneration and retinal detachment. Studying astrocytes, their morphological cell characteristics and their spatial relationships to the surrounding vasculature in the retina may elucidate their role(More)
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