Stefan Markus Giebel

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  • S M Giebel
  • 2008
By using medical imaging a diagnosis for a patient is to be given. The shape of three-dimensional medical relevant objects in the human body is the basis for an accurate diagnosis. Based on the correct diagnosis, the appropriate therapy can be decided. In the following study the shape of renal tumours is explored by the mathematical method of shape analysis(More)
2D-shape analysis of biological objects is described first in 2007 with MRI-data (magnetic resonance imaging) of renal tumours of infancy. For shape analysis the evaluation of landmarks is necessary (n >2). In this study 24 landmarks are selected. Every object is described by these landmarks. The shape is the standardised and centred object. The procedure(More)
  • S M Giebel
  • 2006
On the basis of n=82 juvenile offenders from a prison for juvenile offenders in Rheinland Pfalz the model of the logistic regression is compared with a procedure from the family of the neural nets in its efficiency to explain and predict "relapse" in form of a renewed imprisonment or prosecution /police search after dismissal. The group which can be(More)
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