Texture Classification of Normal Tissues in Computed Tomography

@inproceedings{Xu2004TextureCO,
  title={Texture Classification of Normal Tissues in Computed Tomography},
  author={Donghui Xu and Joonsung Lee and Daniela Stan Raicu and Jacob D. Furst and Dr. Channin},
  year={2004}
}
Biomedical imaging is increasingly electronic in terms of image acquisition and display. Image detectors have become so sensitive that the amount of information acquired is greater than can be displayed at any one time without using special purpose hardware. Research in image processing methods is essential to fully exploit the information that has been acquired. Furthermore, the ability to extract quantitative information from images is becoming increasingly important, requiring algorithmic… CONTINUE READING
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