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Iconographic Displays For Visualizing Multidimensional Data
A powerful new graphic technique for displaying multidimensional data is explained and illustrated, in which each pixel is an icon. Expand
Assessment of diagnostic technologies.
A general protocol for rigorous evaluation of diagnostic systems in medicine was applied successfully in a comparative study of two radiologic techniques, computed tomography and radionuclide scanning. Expand
Stereoscopic Digital Mammography: Improved Accuracy of Lesion Detection in Breast Cancer Screening
We report on a clinical trial comparing stereoscopic full-field digital mammography to standard (non-stereo) full-Field Digital mammography for detection of true breast lesions in a screening population. Expand
Stereoscopic digital mammography: improved specificity and reduced rate of recall in a prospective clinical trial.
PURPOSE To compare stereoscopic digital mammography (DM) with standard DM for the rate of patient recall and the detection of cancer in a screening population at elevated risk for breast cancer. Expand
Staging prostate cancer with MR imaging: a combined radiologist-computer system.
PURPOSE To test the accuracy of a combined radiologist-computer system in the diagnosis with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of cancer of the prostate gland. MATERIALS AND METHODS The combinedExpand
Exvis: an exploratory visualization environment
The Exploratory fuualization (Exvis) project at the University of Lowell is devoted to the study of new technologies for the visualization of scientific data. Expand
Harnessing Preattentive Perceptual Processes in Visualization
We present an overview of our visualization work at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Expand
Enhancing and Evaluating Diagnostic Accuracy
Techniques that may enhance diagnostic accuracy in clinical settings were tested in the context of mammography. Statistical information about the relevant features among those visible in a mammogramExpand