postprocessing

postprocessing

[-pros′əsing]
(in ultrasonics) manipulation and conditioning of signals and image data after they emerge from the scan converter and before they are displayed. Postprocessing is used to change the assignment of image brightness versus echo signal amplitude in memory.
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Invisible wiring was developed by postprocessing the sensor pattern design (line width and shape) to respond to market needs.
Electronic auction: purchase of postprocessing software for the philips intellispace portal physician workstation for the gkbu "gkb im.
When required, image resolutions were further enhanced using computed radiography postprocessing.
Traceable postprocessing that includes downscaling and bias adjustment is fundamental to maximizing the benefits of forecast information.
FA was measured on MR-three-dimensional (3D) postprocessing software with a four-step method: initial validation of the femoral condylar axis, validation of the condylar plane, validation of the femoral neck axis, and line-plane angle measurement of FA.
Plastic was used, because it has a different X-ray density compared to biological tissue and consequently the following postprocessing steps, especially segmentation, are facilitated.
Furthermore, a counterfeiter applies various postprocessing operations such as blurring, edge smoothing, and noise to remove the visual traces of image forgeries.
It covers the history of CT, image processing and representation, data acquisition, image reconstruction, basic instrumentation, image postprocessing and visualization tools, image quality, radiation dose, three-dimensional CT, CT of various body regions, pediatric CT, and applications in CT angiography, CT fluoroscopy, radiation therapy, flat-detector CT, CT screening, breast imaging, quantitative CT, and portable multislice scanning.
Algorithm 3 Postprocessing step Input: approximate solution [X.
Biological Knowledge Discovery Handbook: Preprocessing, Mining, and Postprocessing of Biological Data
In addition, virtual unenhanced CT images, iodine maps, color-coded images superimposing iodine distribution on the virtual nonenhanced data, bone-subtraction images for CT angiographic studies, and renal stone content analytic images can be generated using dual-energy postprocessing software (Figures 4 and 5).
The ability to connect inline to postprocessing devices an option scheduled tor release in spring 2014), such as those for diecutting and surface processing like varnish printing, enables uninterrupted production from input of digital data to output of finished labels.