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Soft Computing Based Medical Image Analysis | Paperback

by Nilanjan Dey (Author), Amira S. Ashour (Author), Fuquian Shi (Author), Valentina E. Balas (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Academic Press
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  292 Pages
Publication Date:  January 30, 2018
Sales Rank:  1563642nd



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Soft Computing Based Medical Image Analysis presents the foremost techniques of soft computing in medical image analysis and processing. It includes image enhancement, segmentation, classification-based soft computing, and their application in diagnostic imaging, as well as an extensive background for the development of intelligent systems based on soft computing used in medical image analysis and processing. The book introduces the theory and concepts of digital image analysis and processing based on soft computing with real-world medical imaging applications. Comparative studies for soft computing based medical imaging techniques and traditional approaches in medicine are addressed, providing flexible and sophisticated application-oriented solutions.Covers numerous soft computing approaches, including fuzzy logic, neural networks, evolutionary computing, rough sets and Swarm intelligencePresents transverse research in soft computing formation from various engineering and industrial sectors in the medical domainHighlights challenges and the future scope for soft computing based medical analysis and processing techniques

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