By Juan A. Hernández, Martha L. Mora, Emanuele Schiavi, Pablo Toharia (auth.), José María Barreiro, Fernando Martín-Sánchez, Víctor Maojo, Ferran Sanz (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifth foreign Symposium on organic and clinical info research, ISBMDA 2004, held in Barcelona, Spain in November 2004.
The 50 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a variety of submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on information research for snapshot processing, facts visualization, selection aid platforms, details retrieval, wisdom discovery and knowledge mining, statistical tools and instruments, time sequence research, info administration and research in bioinformatics, integration of organic and clinical facts, metabolic facts and pathways, and microarray info research and visualization.
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Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of six algorithms for correcting intensity nonuniformity effects”. Neuro-Image, pp. 931 -943, 2001. 6. pdf 7. D. Gispert, PhD “Segmentación estadística de imagines de Resonancia Magnética”, pp. 822; 75-96. 8. E. ,, 1999 “A fast model independant method for automatic correction of intensy nonuniformity in JMRI, 10, 4, 550-562 9. Mark S. , “Rapid and effective correction of RF inhomogeneity for high field magentic resonante imaging”. In human brain mapping.
C Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004 50 C´esar J. Acu˜ na et al. understood by medical imaging equipment conforms to the DICOM standard, without taking into account the medical information interchange and integration in a greater scope. These drawbacks state the necessity of speciﬁc software tools development to facilitate the management of this kind of ﬁles. The possible solution to the above problems are based in the following two points: – To represent DICOM information in XML, improving in this way the interchange and integration of medical information.
2 Axial Symmetries In our current implementation we use a ﬁxed axial discretization, namely, 2NR −1 slices. The image planes are shifted such that half of the planes (direct planes) have their z center at the z center of the rings. There are two movements that can be used: First, the translation τ of amplitude 2∆z in the z axis of the scanner and second, the symmetry with respect to the axial plane passing through the center of the scanner. This translation has two equivalence classes: even and odd slices, so it is only needed to store/compute two slices, thus achieving a saving factor of 2NR − 1 ≈ NR 2 The symmetry allows us to compute only nonnegative ring diﬀerences thus yielding a saving factor of approximately 2.
Biological and Medical Data Analysis: 5th International Symposium, ISBMDA 2004, Barcelona, Spain, November 18-19, 2004. Proceedings by Juan A. Hernández, Martha L. Mora, Emanuele Schiavi, Pablo Toharia (auth.), José María Barreiro, Fernando Martín-Sánchez, Víctor Maojo, Ferran Sanz (eds.)