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Generation of Products and Quotients Using Approximate Binary Logarithms for Digital Filtering Applications
An approximate method for rapid multiplication or division with relatively simple digital circuitry is described. Expand
A Survey of Preprocessing and Feature Extraction Techniques for Radiographic Images
- E. Hall, R. Kruger, S. Dwyer, D. Hall, R. Mclaren, G. S. Lodwick
- Computer Science
- IEEE Transactions on Computers
- 1 September 1971
Feature extraction is one of the more difficult steps in image pattern recognition. Expand
Uncertainty and the probability of error (Corresp.)
Nondisplaced fractures: spatial resolution requirements for detection with digital skeletal imaging.
Fifty-six radiographs of nondisplaced or minimally displaced fractures of the extremities and an equal number of studies with normal findings were selected and digitized to produce spatial resolution… Expand
Automated radiographic diagnosis via feature extraction and classification of cardiac size and shape descriptors.
- R. Kruger, J. Townes, D. L. Hall, S. Dwyer, G. S. Lodwick
- IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
- 1 May 1972
A computer algorithm is described, designed to automatically detect, extract quantitative measurements from, and diagnose the cardiac projection present in full-size anteriorview chest radiographs. Expand
Computed radiography in musculoskeletal imaging: state of the art.
- M. Murphey, J. L. Quale, N. L. Martin, J. Bramble, L. Cook, S. Dwyer
- AJR. American journal of roentgenology
Computed radiography is a 2K x 2K x 10 bit digital radiographic system that replaces the film-screen combination with a photo-stimulable phosphor plate. The advantages of this relatively new… Expand
A personalized view of the history of PACS in the USA
- S. Dwyer
- Medicine, Engineering
- Medical Imaging
- 18 May 2000
In the past 20 years, a number of acronyms have been used to describe radiographic image management functions to achieve flimless radiology. These functions include acquisition, networking,… Expand
A Three-Dimensional Display System for Diagnostic Imaging Applications
- L. Cook, S. Dwyer, S. Batnitzky, K. Lee
- Computer Science
- IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
- 1 May 1983
Digitally formatted 3-D imaging will become increasingly important in medical diagnosis. Expand
Computed tomography in detection and diagnosis of breast cancer
From October 1, 1976 through July 31, 1979, at the University of Kansas Medical Center, CT/M examinations were performed on 1625 patients. Seventy‐eight cancers were histologically diagnosed.
Teleradiology: an assessment.
A teleradiology system acquires radiographic images at one location and transmits them to one or more remote sites, where they are displayed and/or converted to hard copy. These systems often employ… Expand