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  • Technical challenges of quantitative chest MRI data analysis in a large cohort pediatric study. [Journal Article]
    Eur Radiol 2019; 29(6):2770-2782Nguyen AH, Perez-Rovira A, … Ciet P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Volume overestimation of MRI due to GD can be quantified. Semi-automated and fully automated segmentation methods allow accurate, reproducible, and fast lung volume quantification. Chest MRI can be a valid radiation-free imaging modality for lung segmentation and volume quantification in large cohort studies.• Geometric distortion varies according to MRI setting and patient positioning. • Automated segmentation methods allow fast and accurate lung volume quantification. • MRI is a valid radiation-free alternative to CT for quantitative data analysis.
  • The effect of fine motor skills on handwriting legibility in preschool age children. [Journal Article]
    J Phys Ther Sci 2018; 30(2):324-327Seo SM
  • [Purpose] The purpose of this study was to examine the effect that fine motor skills have on handwriting legibility in children of preschool age. [Subjects and Methods] The subjects of this study were 52 children of normal growth and development. In order to ascertain handwriting legibility, a Korean alphabet writing assessment was used; to measure fine motor skills, fine motor precision and manu…
  • AMAS: a fast tool for alignment manipulation and computing of summary statistics. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2016; 4:e1660Borowiec ML
  • The amount of data used in phylogenetics has grown explosively in the recent years and many phylogenies are inferred with hundreds or even thousands of loci and many taxa. These modern phylogenomic studies often entail separate analyses of each of the loci in addition to multiple analyses of subsets of genes or concatenated sequences. Computationally efficient tools for handling and computing pro…
  • Autonomous Document Cleaning--A Generative Approach to Reconstruct Strongly Corrupted Scanned Texts. [Journal Article]
    IEEE Trans Pattern Anal Mach Intell 2014; 36(10):1950-62Dai Z, Lücke J
  • We study the task of cleaning scanned text documents that are strongly corrupted by dirt such as manual line strokes, spilled ink, etc. We aim at autonomously removing such corruptions from a single letter-size page based only on the information the page contains. Our approach first learns character representations from document patches without supervision. For learning, we use a probabilistic ge…
  • Development of a Portable Two-Way Communication and Information Device for Deafblind People. [Journal Article]
    Stud Health Technol Inform 2015; 217:518-25Ozioko O, Hersh M
  • This paper presents research on the development of a wearable two-way communication and information device for deafblind people who use tactile communications methods, namely the British deafblind manual alphabet and/or Braille. The device has two components: a glove worn by the deafblind person and a handheld display with keypad to be used by their hearing and sighted communication partner. User…
  • BLSSpeller: exhaustive comparative discovery of conserved cis-regulatory elements. [Journal Article]
    Bioinformatics 2015; 31(23):3758-66De Witte D, Van de Velde J, … Fostier J
  • The accurate discovery and annotation of regulatory elements remains a challenging problem. The growing number of sequenced genomes creates new opportunities for comparative approaches to motif discovery. Putative binding sites are then considered to be functional if they are conserved in orthologous promoter sequences of multiple related species. Existing methods for comparative motif discovery …
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