Peter J. W. Iles

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Recent computational and analytical studies have shown that cellular fabric-as embodied by average cell size, aspect ratio and orientation-is a key indicator of the stresses acting in an embryonic epithelium. Cellular fabric in real embryonic tissues could not previously be measured automatically because the cell boundaries tend to be poorly defined,(More)
A method is proposed to determine the average cellular geometry in high-resolution images of embryonic epithelia. The concept of a `composite cell¿ is used to represent the average cell shape. This composite cell can provide evidence of stresses present in the epithelia. A new adaptive contrast enhancement routine is applied to the input image first,(More)
A technique to improve the positional accuracy of mobile ground-based LIDAR systems is proposed. Terrapointpsilas TITAN(TM) system scans the same objects at different times, so by aligning scans, any drift over time can be estimated. This paper describes a simple way of tessellating the scanned data into segments based on the vehiclepsilas path. Principal(More)
A photo-cured membrane selective to calcium, based on the calcium bis [4-(1',1',3',3'-tetramethylbutyl)phenyl]phosphate ionophore and incorporating the lipophilic additive, potassium tetraki(4-chlorophenyl)borate, that can tolerate up to 200 nM perchlorate ionic background in the flow injection potentiometry mode has been previously reported (T.(More)
Four computer vision algorithms to measure the average orientation, shape and size of cells in images of biological tissue are proposed and tested. These properties, which can be embodied by an elliptical 'composite cell' are crucial for biomechanical tissue models. To automatically determine these properties is challenging due to the diverse nature of the(More)
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