Examining a key medical application of vision systems, James Lee, vice president and chief

Examining a key medical application of vision systems, James Lee, vice president and chief technical officer of Neopath Inc., detailed a new vision system that automatically analyzes and screens Pap smears for cervical cancer cells. Using a three-camera continuous-focusing video microscope and a high-speed pipeline-processing ASIC architecture, this vision system maximizes the signal-to-noise ratio by dynamic normalization, object-feature calibration, specimen conditioning, and slide-level proce

Aug 1st, 1999

Examining a key medical application of vision systems, James Lee, vice president and chief technical officer of Neopath Inc., detailed a new vision system that automatically analyzes and screens Pap smears for cervical cancer cells. Using a three-camera continuous-focusing video microscope and a high-speed pipeline-processing ASIC architecture, this vision system maximizes the signal-to-noise ratio by dynamic normalization, object-feature calibration, specimen conditioning, and slide-level process normalization by multiple information integration and object classifications.

Redmond, WA

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