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Computational Analysis Of The Human


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Computational Analysis Of The Human
The human visual system, from photoreceptors to higher-order processing of signals in the brain, is a remarkable example of the power of evolutionary processes acting over vast periods to develop a finely tuned system capable of complex recognition, recall, and execution of highly accurate tasks in space and time. In terms of genetics, physiology, and structure, the evolutionary pathway to higher vertebrate vision can be traced.1 In fact, it has been hypothesized that the development of a complex visual system preceded and provided the evolutionary substrate for the evolution of brain expansion that made possible higher cognitive functions in primates. Vertebrate vision is one of the most profound and illuminating examples illustrating the operation of evolutionary principles.
From using chipped stones to the technology of spacecraft and global computer networks, humans have relied on the exceptional powers of vision to survive, prosper in, predict, and, to some degree, control and reshape an often-challenging environment. The primacy of vision in the human experience is evidenced in our language: to “see” also means to understand, as does “to have the eyes opened.” Such definitions occur, not only in the English language, but also in the metaphors and figures of the speech of other languages as well.

CONTENTS:

Chapter 1. The Biological and Computational Bases of Vision
Chapter 2. Computational Methods for Feature Detection in Optical Images
Chapter 3. Computational Decision Support Systems and Diagnostic Tools in phthalmology
Chapter 4. Hyperspectral Image Analysis for Oxygen Saturation Automated Localization of the Eye
Chapter 5. Automated Localization of Eye and Cornea Using Snake and Target-Tracing Function
Chapter 6. Automatic Diagnosis of Glaucoma Using Digital Fundus Images
Chapter 7. Temperature Distribution Inside the Human Eye with Tumor Growth
Chapter 8. The Study of Ocular Surface Temperature by Infrared Thermography
Chapter 9. Automated Microaneurysm Detection in Fluorescein Angiograms for Diabetic
Retinopathy
Chapter 10. Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy Stages Using Digital
Fundus Image
Chapter 11. Reliable Transmission of Retinal Fundus Images with Patient Information Using Encryption,Watermarking, and Error Control Codes
Chapter 12. Temperature Changes Inside the Human Eye During
Chapter 13. Optical Eye Modeling and Applications
Chapter 14. Automating the Diagnosis, Stratification, and Management of Diabetic Retinopathy Using Content-Based Image Retrieval in an Ocular Telehealth Network

Title: Computational Analysis Of The Human
Author: Sumeet Dua, Rajendra Acharya U
Language: English

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