Extending the capabilities of a clinician
Thursday 26 October 2006, 1400-1500
By Professor Maria Petrou, Imperial College, London
The human vision system has been the inspiration for many computer vision approaches. However, the human vision system has its limitations.
The talk will concentrate on methods used to allow us to see characteristics in the data that are not obvious to the human eye. It will show examples of 3D texture analysis for MRI data and also results of tumour boundary detection using high order statistics.