Tag : Recognition
3D modeling of airways in CT
The Airways project aims at developing advanced facilities for physio-pathological analysis of pulmonary airways in Multi-Detector Computed Tomography (MDCT). The challenging issue is to exploit the three dimensional anatomical information contained in MDCT data in order to automatically segment, represent and explore the airway structure. Computer-assisted diagnosis, preoperative investigation in […]
Computer-Aided Diagnosis for lung nodule detection & cancer screening
3D ANDALUS contributes to the implementation of a Computer-Assisted Diagnosis (CAD) system for lung cancer screening.
From methodological advances achieved in collaboration with Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital (Central Radiology Department) for the automated detection of pulmonary nodules by CT scanning, research work has continued within the context of honeycomb and […]
Handwritten document recognition and indexing systems
RIMES (pronounce [ream]), is the French word for “rhyme”. In our project, RIMES stands for “Reconnaissance et Indexation de données Manuscrites et de fac similES”, which means “handwritten data and fax recognition and indexing”). The RIMES project is a part of the French program TechnoVision financed by the Ministry of Research and Ministry of Defence.
Dynamic imaging for genetic mutation analysis
The rapid expansion of biotechnologies paves the way for numerous applications in the field of genetics, such as the classification of gene expression profiles, functional genomics, diagnosis and medical treatment support. These applications rely on the synthesis of biochips, the simulation of biological interactions, their analysis and interpretation using an […]