Keywords and Phrases
Automated Monitoring; Biomedical; Computer Vision; Object Detection/Segmentation; Tracking
"Studying the behavior patterns of biomedical objects helps scientists understand the underlying mechanisms. With computer vision techniques, automated monitoring can be implemented for efficient and effective analysis in biomedical studies. Promising applications have been carried out in various research topics, including insect group monitoring, malignant cell detection and segmentation, human organ segmentation and nano-particle tracking.
In general, applications of computer vision techniques in monitoring biomedical objects include the following stages: detection, segmentation and tracking. Challenges in each stage will potentially lead to unsatisfactory results of automated monitoring. These challenges include different foreground-background contrast, fast motion blur, clutter, object overlap and etc. In this thesis, we investigate the challenges in each stage, and we propose novel solutions with computer vision methods to overcome these challenges and help automatically monitor biomedical objects with high accuracy in different cases"--Abstract, page iii.
Ph. D. in Computer Science
Missouri University of Science and Technology
x, 69 pages
© 2016 Mingzhong Li, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Pattern recognition systems
Electronic OCLC #
Li, Mingzhong, "Detecting, segmenting and tracking bio-medical objects" (2016). Doctoral Dissertations. 2512.