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Yukiyasu YOSHINAGA Last modified date:2017.05.17

Associate Professor / Visual Image Communication
Department of Communication Design Science
Faculty of Design


Graduate School
Undergraduate School


E-Mail
Phone
092-553-4571
Fax
092-553-4571
Academic Degree
Shape Analysis Method Based on Gradient Vector Distributions and Its Application to Computer Aided Diagnosis System.
Field of Specialization
Image processing, Pattern recognition
Outline Activities
The recognition of the line is a very important subject in image understanding by the computer. My research is the recognition method of the line on the basis of the distribution of gradient vectors. This method can recognize the line regardless of the contrast. In addition, we are constructing the computer aided diagnosis system by using this method for medical images.
Research
Research Interests
  • The development of shape analysis methods using gradient vector feild model and the application for computer aided diagnosis.
    keyword : image recognition, line, gradient vector feild model, medical image
    1998.04The recognition of the line is a very important subject in image understanding by the computer. My research is the recognition method of the line on the basis of the distribution of gradient vectors. This method can recognize the line regardless of the contrast. In addition, we are constructing the computer aided diagnosis system by using this method for medical images..
Academic Activities
Presentations
1. The measurement of the oxygen saturation of retinal area using dual-wavelength spectroscopic analysis in capillary.
2. The measurement of the oxygen saturation of retinal area using dual-wavelength spectroscopic analysis in capillary.
3. The measurement of the oxygen saturation of retinal area using dual-wavelength spectroscopic analysis.
4. The study of detection and scale classification method of vessels under the low light level condition caused by the dual-wavelength spectroscopic analysis.
5. Evaluation of measurement of the oxygen saturation of retinal blood vessel using dual-wavelength spectroscopic analysis.