Computational Analysis of the Human Eye with Applications by Sumeet Dua

By Sumeet Dua

Advances in semi-automated high-throughput picture info assortment workouts, coupled with a decline in garage bills and a rise in high-performance computing suggestions have resulted in an exponential surge in facts amassed via biomedical scientists and clinical practitioners. examining this uncooked info is a hard job, and nowhere is that this extra glaring than within the box of opthalmology. The sheer velocity at which facts on cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and different eye issues are accrued, makes it very unlikely for the human observer to without delay video display refined, but severe info.

This ebook is a unique and well-timed exercise to provide, in an amalgamated layout, computational picture modeling tools as utilized to varied extrinsic medical difficulties in ophthalmology. it's self-contained and offers a hugely entire array of photo modeling algorithms and methodologies correct to ophthalmologic difficulties. The e-book is the 1st of its sort, bringing eye imaging and multi-dimensional hyperspectral imaging and information fusion of the human eye, into concentration.

The editors are on the most sensible in their fields and produce a robust multidisciplinary synergy to this visionary quantity. Their ''inverted-pyramid'' technique in offering the content material, and concentrate on center purposes, will entice scholars and practitioners within the box

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