Sökning: "Dynamic Segmentation"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 37 avhandlingar innehållade orden Dynamic Segmentation.
1. Segmentation and differentiation in defence supply chain design : A dynamic purchasing portfolio model for defence procurement
Sammanfattning : An important priority in the current Swedish Defence Bill is to increase the operational warfighting capability of the Swedish Armed Forces, which has implications for the defence supply chain. A recent study suggested that the Swedish Armed Forces should use segmentation of supplies and differentiation of supply chains to enable an affordable supply chain design (SCD). LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Medical imaging continues to permeate the practice of medicine, but automated yet accurate segmentation and labeling of anatomical structures continues to be a major obstacle to computerized medical image analysis (MIA). Deformable models, with its profound roots in estimation theory, optimization, and physics-based dynamical systems, represent a powerful approach to the general problem of medical image segmentation. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This thesis consists of six parts in which methods for image analysis and processing are studied. Two-dimensional medical images, image sequences, and three-dimensional image volumes are considered. LÄS MER
4. On Multidimensional Dynamic Fluorescence Imaging and Quantitative Image Analysis in Wide-Field Microscopy Applications to Studies of Astroglial Cells
Sammanfattning : Modern biological research has benefited from a renaissance in light microscopy, brought about by the convergence of developments in fields as diverse as electronics, optics, molecular biology, computer science, and reagent chemistry. Integration of these has transformed microscopy into a highly useful, dynamic research tool for biology and medicine. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) images from the ERS-1 satellite have great potential for sea ice remote sensing due to its independence of daylight and clouds. The very high data rate of SAR (over 100 million bits per second) results in an enormous volume of data that threatens the ability of human interpreters. LÄS MER