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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
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A Survey of Preprocessing and Feature Extraction Techniques for Radiographic Images
Feature extraction is one of the more difficult steps in image pattern recognition. Expand
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Uncertainty and the probability of error (Corresp.)
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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 resolutionExpand
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Automated radiographic diagnosis via feature extraction and classification of cardiac size and shape descriptors.
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
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Computed radiography in musculoskeletal imaging: state of the art.
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 newExpand
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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
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A Three-Dimensional Display System for Diagnostic Imaging Applications
Digitally formatted 3-D imaging will become increasingly important in medical diagnosis. Expand
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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.
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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 employExpand
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