DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATION TO ANGIOCARDIOGRAMS.

J. W. Modestino, H. Kaufman, C. Grant, R. Griffith

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Abstract

A completely automated procedure for the extraction of the outline of the opacified left ventricle from digitized serial angiocardiograms is described. This represents the major problem in the development of completely automated procedures for the quantitative analysis and interpretation of clinical angiocardiograms. The approach differs from previous work in posing the problem of outline or contour extraction as one of minimum cost tree searching. Branch metrics are defined which are indicative of the likelihood a particular branch lies on the true contour. The branch metrics incorporate both local and global or contextual information. The most likely path or contour is then extracted by a novel application of the Viterbi algorithm.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEEE Electron and Aerosp Syst Conv (EASCON '74), Rec
Place of PublicationNew York, NY
PublisherIEEE (IEEE Publ 74CHO883-1 AES)
Pages456-463
Number of pages8
StatePublished - Dec 1 1974
EventUnknown conference - Washington, DC, USA
Duration: Oct 7 1974Oct 9 1974

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OtherUnknown conference
CityWashington, DC, USA
Period10/7/7410/9/74

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Image processing
Viterbi algorithm
Chemical analysis
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Modestino, J. W., Kaufman, H., Grant, C., & Griffith, R. (1974). DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATION TO ANGIOCARDIOGRAMS. In IEEE Electron and Aerosp Syst Conv (EASCON '74), Rec (pp. 456-463). New York, NY: IEEE (IEEE Publ 74CHO883-1 AES).

DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATION TO ANGIOCARDIOGRAMS. / Modestino, J. W.; Kaufman, H.; Grant, C.; Griffith, R.

IEEE Electron and Aerosp Syst Conv (EASCON '74), Rec. New York, NY : IEEE (IEEE Publ 74CHO883-1 AES), 1974. p. 456-463.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Modestino, JW, Kaufman, H, Grant, C & Griffith, R 1974, DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATION TO ANGIOCARDIOGRAMS. in IEEE Electron and Aerosp Syst Conv (EASCON '74), Rec. IEEE (IEEE Publ 74CHO883-1 AES), New York, NY, pp. 456-463, Unknown conference, Washington, DC, USA, 10/7/74.
Modestino JW, Kaufman H, Grant C, Griffith R. DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATION TO ANGIOCARDIOGRAMS. In IEEE Electron and Aerosp Syst Conv (EASCON '74), Rec. New York, NY: IEEE (IEEE Publ 74CHO883-1 AES). 1974. p. 456-463
Modestino, J. W. ; Kaufman, H. ; Grant, C. ; Griffith, R. / DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATION TO ANGIOCARDIOGRAMS. IEEE Electron and Aerosp Syst Conv (EASCON '74), Rec. New York, NY : IEEE (IEEE Publ 74CHO883-1 AES), 1974. pp. 456-463
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