Digital Mammography: Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Digital Mammography, York, England, 10-12 July 1994

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The July 1994 workshop was the follow-up to the first meeting held in San Jose, California in 1993. The main topic addressed was the current state of the art in research into approaches which can offer some assistance to radiologists in detection and recognition of early signs of breast disease. The proceedings are divided into sections on classification and detection of microcalcifications; use of multiple images/wavelets; image acquisition and transmission; classification and detection of masses; image processing and segmentation; image databases; and radiologist performance. No index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780444819161
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 10/28/1994
  • Series: International Congress Series, #1069
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 434
  • Product dimensions: 6.74 (w) x 9.66 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Table of Contents

Dense feature maps for detection of calcifications 3
Performance of automated CAD schemes for the detection and classification of clustered microcalcifications
Automatic micro-calcification localisation using matched Fourier filtering 21
Classification and mammographic microcalcifications using image structure and cluster features 31
The hysteresis technique for detection of calcifications in digital mammograms 41
Automatic microcalcifications and opacities detection in digitized mammographies using a multiscale approach 51
Three-dimensional reconstruction of microcalcification clusters within excised breast lesions 59
Computer assistance in the digitized mammogram processing to improve diagnosis of breast lesions 69
Detection of microcalcifications using wavelets 79
A framework for contrast enhancement by dyadic wavelet analysis 91
Effects of lossy compression of digital mammograms evaluated by an automatic diagnostics tool 101
Nonparametric spatio-temporal change point analysis for early detection in mammography 111
Registering time sequences of mammograms using a two-dimensional image unwarping technique 121
Mammogram analysis by comparison with previous screenings 131
High resolution digital mammography using DIMA and CR: preliminary results 143
Developments in digital mammography with monochromatic and narrow energy band X-rays 153
Computed radiography as a direct digital mammographic acquisition system 163
Telemammography system development - issues and possible solutions 173
Digital stereomammography 181
Comparison of digital X-ray cameras for stereotactic breast needle biopsy: an observer performance study 191
Screen-CCD imaging system for real-time mammography 199
Recognition of stellate lesions in digital mammograms 211
Computer detection of stellate lesions 221
The detection of stellate lesions in digital mammograms 231
Characterisation of mammographic lesions 241
The analysis of breast abnormalities by computer 251
The detection of abnormalities in mammograms 261
Computer aided diagnosis of mammograms using a hierarchical framework 271
CAD in digital mammography: computerized detection and classification of masses
Computer detection of lesions missed by mammography 289
Enriching digital mammogram image analysis with a description of the curvi-linear structures 297
An ROC evaluation of adaptive neighborhood contrast enhancement for digitized mammography 307
Parenchymal delineation by human and computer observers 315
A comparison of spatial noise filtering techniques for digital mammography 325
Generating ROC curves for artificial neural networks 335
Use of accreditation phantoms and clinical images to evaluate mammography image processing algorithms 345
A novel approach to aligning mammograms 355
A training and assessment package for digital mammography 367
The Mammographic Image Analysis Society digital mammogram database
The application of a computed radiography database to a mammographic reporting environment 379
Prompting as an aid to diagnosis in mammography 389
Gaze duration predicts the locations of missed lesions in mammography 399
To err is human, to compute divine? 405
User interface design and data management for digital mass mammography 415
Index of authors 423
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