Resolving Clinicians Queries Across a Grids Infrastructure

@article{Estrella2005ResolvingCQ,
  title={Resolving Clinicians Queries Across a Grids Infrastructure},
  author={Florida Estrella and Chiara Del Frate and Tamas Hauer and Richard McClatchey and Mohammed Odeh and Dmitri Rogulin and S. Roberto Amendolia and David Schottlander and Tony Solomonides and Ruth Warren},
  journal={Methods of information in medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={44 2},
  pages={149-53}
}
OBJECTIVES The past decade has witnessed order of magnitude increases in computing power, data storage capacity and network speed, giving birth to applications which may handle large data volumes of increased complexity, distributed over the internet. METHODS Medical image analysis is one of the areas for which this unique opportunity likely brings revolutionary advances both for the scientist's research study and the clinician's everyday work. Grids [1] computing promises to resolve many of… CONTINUE READING

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