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This paper proposes an extension to our previous work on an automatic low-computed vehicle classification using embedded wireless magnetic sensor. A realization of our vehicle classification on embedded wireless magnetic sensor is studied in this work. The implementation allows real-time vehicle classification based on vehicle magnetic length, averaged(More)
Identification of good metaphase spreads is an important step in chromosome analysis for identifying individuals with genetic disorders. The process of finding suitable metaphase chromosomes for accurate clinical analysis is, however, very time consuming since they are selected manually. The selection of suitable metaphase chromosome spreads thus represents(More)
Identification of good metaphase spread is an important step in chromosome analysis for genetic disorder detection. In this paper, we propose a rule for chromosome classification to identify good metaphase spreads. The chromosome shapes were classified into four main classes. The first and the second classes refer to individual chromosomes with straight and(More)
We extend our work in vehicle classification proposed in [6] and [7]. Our system is based on a low complexity wireless sensor network. The system consists of a low power microprocessor together with AMR magnetic sensors and an RF transceiver. Two AMR magnetic sensors are employed to extracts dominant low-complexity features including vehicle count, speed,(More)
In Thailand, malaria diagnosis still relies primarily on microscopic examination of Giemsa-stained thick and thin blood films. However, the method requires vigorously trained technicians to correctly identify the disease, and is known to be error-prone due to human fatigue. The limited number of such technicians further reduces the effectiveness of the(More)
Current malaria diagnosis relies primarily on microscopic examination of Giemsa-stained thick and thin blood films. This method requires vigorously trained technicians to efficiently detect and classify the malaria parasite species such as Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) and Plasmodium vivax (Pv) for an appropriate drug administration. However, accurate(More)
Microscopic analysis requires that foreground objects of interest, e.g. cells, are in focus. In a typical microscopic specimen, the foreground objects may lie on different depths of field necessitating capture of multiple images taken at different focal planes. The extended depth of field (EDoF) technique is a computational method for merging images from(More)
DNA gel electrophoresis is a molecular biology technique for separating different sizes of DNA fragments. Applications of DNA gel electrophoresis include DNA fingerprinting (genetic diagnosis), size estimation of DNA, and DNA separation for Southern blotting. Accurate interpretation of DNA banding patterns from electrophoretic images can be laborious and(More)
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