Imaging and Classification Techniques for Biological Tissue Differentiation

Brief Description:

Effective techniques for biological tissue differentiation and property evaluation are important in bioresource utilization and medicine. Different imaging and sensing techniques are studied and multivariate classification methods are developed. The techniques being employed and developed include visible color imaging, near-infrared (NIR) imaging, ultrasound imaging, delayed luminescence, time-domain optical responses and bioluminescence.

Objectives & Activities:

This research consists of a range of efforts in developing new imaging, image processing and classification (pattern recognition) techniques for property evaluation and differentiation of biological tissues. The objectives and activities of these efforts include:

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