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Computer-Aided Diagnosis Software for Neurological Diseases

McGill University

McGill researchers have developed a completely automated software tool for the classification and early detection of neurological diseases
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Lung Assessment Using Computer Tomography

University of British Columbia

A software program that determines the weight, tissue composition and various geometrical measures of the lung from lung CT scans New types of data from CT scanning Useful for pulmonary clinical trials Researchers at The University of British Columbia have developed a computer program for predicting volume, weight, inflation, tissue composition and surface area of the lung using X-ray attenuation data for computed tomography scans. The process will provide an extremely useful tool for...
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Lung Assessment Using Computer Tomography

University of British Columbia

A software program that determines the weight, tissue composition and various geometrical measures of the lung from lung CT scans New types of data from CT scanning Useful for pulmonary clinical trials Researchers at The University of British Columbia have developed a computer program for predicting volume, weight, inflation, tissue composition and surface area of the lung using X-ray attenuation data for computed tomography scans. The process will provide an extremely useful tool for...
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Lung Assessment Using Computer Tomography

University of British Columbia

A software program that determines the weight, tissue composition and various geometrical measures of the lung from lung CT scans New types of data from CT scanning Useful for pulmonary clinical trials Researchers at The University of British Columbia have developed a computer program for predicting volume, weight, inflation, tissue composition and surface area of the lung using X-ray attenuation data for computed tomography scans. The process will provide an extremely useful tool for...
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The Ultrasonographic Contour Analyzer for Tongue Surfaces (Ultra-CATS)

University of Toronto

DescriptionUltrasound is a biologically safe and convenient way for researchers in Speech-Language Pathology, Speech Science or Linguistics to study the shape and the movement of the tongue during speech and swallowing. However, the manual frame-by-frame analysis of ultrasound films is time-consuming and tedious. The automatic extraction of tongue contours from ultrasound films poses challenging image analysis problems that have not yet been solved satisfactorily. Therefore, we decided to...
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VeBall, A Computer Input Device for 3D Manipulation

University of Waterloo

BackgroundVirtual 3D manipulation of computer generated representations (e.g. in CAD software applications) or robotic control (e.g. surgical devices) is a challenging task in computer control environments that rely on standard input devices such as a keyboard, mouse, joystick, etc. Many such applications require the use of two input devices where less frequently activated functions are allocated to input from a device controlled by the user’s non-dominant hand. Unfortunately almost...
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Low-Cost Portable Microfluidic System for Cell Migration Studies

University of Manitoba

Toward providing a full practical solution for performing microfluidic cell migration analysis in an integrated manner, the inventors have developed a prototype USB microscope-based Microfluidic Chemotaxis Analysis System ("UMCAS"). The UMCAS integrates a microfluidic device, gradient and cell imaging, temperature control, and real-time data analysis to provide a low cost and portable solution for rapid microfluidic cell migration and chemotaxis experiments. Furthermore, a smartphone-based...
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Time Efficient Scientific Visualization Tool

University of Alberta

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