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An intra-frame joint rate control scheme is first proposed for a hybrid coder to encode stereoscopic video, which is based on an optimization framework with a gradient-based quadratic rate-quantization model and a gradient-based linear distortion-quantization model. The proposed rate control scheme jointly works on the left and right encoders for(More)
To improve time and accuracy in differentiating diffuse interstitial lung disease for computer-aided quantification, we introduce a hierarchical support vector machine which selects a class by training a binary classifier at each node in a hierarchy, thus allowing each classifier to use a class-specific quasi-optimal feature set. In addition, the(More)
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of a proposed computer-aided detection (CAD) system in automated breast ultrasonography (ABUS). METHODS Eighty-nine two-dimensional images (20 cysts, 42 benign lesions, and 27 malignant lesions) were obtained from 47 patients who underwent ABUS (ACUSON S2000). After boundary detection and(More)
Within six months of the discovery of X-ray in 1895, the technology was used to scan the interior of the human body, paving the way for many innovations in the field of medicine, including an ultrasound device in 1950, a CT scanner in 1972, and MRI in 1980. More recent decades have witnessed developments such as digital imaging using a picture archiving and(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the effect of using different computed tomography (CT) scanners on the accuracy of high-resolution CT (HRCT) images in classifying regional disease patterns in patients with diffuse lung disease, support vector machine (SVM) and Bayesian classifiers were applied to multicenter data. METHODS Two experienced radiologists marked sets(More)