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Application of unsupervised clustering methods to biomedical image analysis

Meyer-Bäse, A. ; Gruber, Peter ; Theis, Fabian J. ; Wismüller, A. ; Ritter, H.


Unsupervised clustering techniques represent a powerful technique for self-organized segmentation of biomedical image time-series data describing groups of pixels exhibiting similar properties of local signal dynamics. The theoretical background is presented in the beginning, followed by several medical applications demonstrating the flexibility and conceptual power of these techniques. These ...


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