Using complex networks towards information retrieval and diagnostics in multidimensional imaging

@article{Banerjee2015UsingCN,
  title={Using complex networks towards information retrieval and diagnostics in multidimensional imaging},
  author={Soumya Jyoti Banerjee and Mohammad Azharuddin and Debanjan Sen and Smruti Savale and Himadri Datta and Anjan Kr. Dasgupta and Soumen Kumar Roy},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2015},
  volume={5}
}
We present a fresh and broad yet simple approach towards information retrieval in general and diagnostics in particular by applying the theory of complex networks on multidimensional, dynamic images. We demonstrate a successful use of our method with the time series generated from high content thermal imaging videos of patients suffering from the aqueous deficient dry eye (ADDE) disease. Remarkably, network analyses of thermal imaging time series of contact lens users and patients upon whom… 
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