image library

image library

An electronic database of reference images used to support clinical decision making—e.g., normal/abnormal X-ray appearances, gross/microscopic pathology, EKGs, skin lesions, clinical signs/findings, etc.
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Along with the answers, he includes explanations, and references both to literature and to the Thieme image library. He arranges them in sections on neurosurgery, neurology, neuroanatomy, neurobiology, neuropathology, neuroimaging, and fundamental skills.
(Photo courtesy of Rob Weyant, CDC/Public Health Image Library / MANILA BULLETIN)
The two sets of [y.sub.i] and [y.sub.j] represent the hash code of the search image feature and the image library is mapped through the hash function.
High resolution versions of the images used in its leaflets can also be downloaded from our member image library.
San Diego, CA, September 03, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Tech4Learning has rebuilt its popular Pics4Learning image library to better support student project work on new devices.
Dubai-based arabianEye has signed an exclusive partnership with PA Images to represent its image library in the Middle East and North Africa.
EagleView utilises a vast image library and 3-D measurement software to offer aerial imagery solutions to the insurance, construction, solar, government and public utility sectors.
It all relates to an image of Dylan and Caitlin Thomas called Just Married, which had been included in the Visit Wales Image Library. It appears that the issue first came to light in October but remained unresolved earlier this month.
The branded sites will give authorized KYMCO USA dealers exclusive features including factory promotions, pre-loaded inventory data and access to KYMCO USA's image library. In addition, the websites will be included in KYMCO USA's dealer locator.
where [e.sub.Qi] refers to the direction entropy of the queried image in the fth direction, [e.sub.Ii] (I = 1,2, ..., m) refers to the direction entropy of each image in the image library in the ith direction, and m refers to the number of images in the image library.
Let [f.sub.q] be the query image feature vector, and [f.sup.j.sub.d] the feature vector of the jth image in the image library. The distance was defined as [16]: