High-performance floating-point image computing workstation for medical applications

@inproceedings{Mills1990HighperformanceFI,
  title={High-performance floating-point image computing workstation for medical applications},
  author={Karl Scott Mills and G. K. Wong and Yongmin Kim},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging},
  year={1990}
}
  • Karl Scott Mills, G. K. Wong, Yongmin Kim
  • Published in Medical Imaging 1990
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • The medical imaging field relies increasingly on imaging and graphics techniques in diverse applications with needs similar to (or more stringent than) those of the military, industrial and scientific communities. However, most image processing and graphics systems available for use in medical imaging today are either expensive, specialized, or in most cases both. High performance imaging and graphics workstations which can provide real-time results for a number of applications, while… CONTINUE READING

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