Are Current Advances of Compression Algorithms for Capsule Endoscopy Enough? A Technical Review

@article{Alam2017AreCA,
  title={Are Current Advances of Compression Algorithms for Capsule Endoscopy Enough? A Technical Review},
  author={Mohammad Wajih Alam and Md. Mehedi Hasan and Shahed Khan Mohammed and Farah Deeba and Khan A. Wahid},
  journal={IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2017},
  volume={10},
  pages={26-43}
}
The recent technological advances in capsule endoscopy system have revolutionized the healthcare system by introducing new techniques and functionalities to diagnose gastrointestinal tract. These techniques improve diagnostic accuracy and reduce the risk of hospitalization. Although many benefits of capsule endoscopy are known, there are still limitations including lower battery life, higher bandwidth, poor image quality and lower frame rate, which have restricted its wide use. In order to… CONTINUE READING
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