Image analysis for the biological sciences

@inproceedings{Glasbey1994ImageAF,
  title={Image analysis for the biological sciences},
  author={Chris A. Glasbey and Graham W. Horgan},
  year={1994}
}
Preface Quantitative image analysis is the extraction of information from data which are in the form of pictures. The aim of this book is to cover the basics of image analysis from a statistical perspective , and with emphasis on methods relevant to the biological sciences. The book is written for both biological scientists and applied statisticians, whom, we assume, are mainly interested in analysing images of static objects in laboratory-type situations. No greater knowledge of mathematics… Expand
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