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Biomedical diagnostics and clinical technologies; applying high-performance cluster and grid computing.

9781605662800

Biomedical diagnostics and clinical technologies; applying high-performance cluster and grid computing.

Ed. by Manuela Pereira and Mario Freire.

Medical Information Science Reference

2011

382 pages

$245.00

Hardcover

RC78

Computer and electrical engineers address selected aspects of the intersection of biomedical diagnostics with clinical technologies and high-performance cluster and grid computing technologies. They devote special attention to situations with critical requirements in terms of processing power, namely two-dimensional and three-dimensional medical image segmentation and reconstruction, volumetric texture analysis in biomedical imaging, modeling and simulation in medicine, computer aided diagnostics, analysis of Doppler embolic signals, and the massive data classification of neural responses. Among the topics are modeling and simulating deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's Disease, the role of self-similarity for computer aided detection based on mammogram analysis, and image registration for biomedical information integration. Medical Information Science Reference is an imprint of IGI Global.

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