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Strobe Imaging System for Digital Image-Based Elasto-Tomography Breast Cancer Screening
2009 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Strobe Imaging System for Digital Image-Based Elasto-Tomography Breast Cancer Screening ' Digital image-based elasto-tomography technology relies on obtaining high-resolution images of a breasts surface under high-frequency actuation, typically in the range of 50-100 Hz. Off-the-shelf digital cameras and imaging elements are unable to capture images directly at these speeds. A method based on strobe imaging is presented for obtaining the required high-speed image capture at a resolution of 1280 times 1024 pixels and actuation frequency of 100 Hz. The final working system produced images that enabled effective 3-D motion tracking of the surface of a silicon phantom. The motion is tracked accurately using a novel Euclidean Invariant signature method.
Image Motion Analysis
Medical Image Processing
Euclidean Invariant Signature Method
Strobe Imaging System
Breast Cancer Screening
Off-the-shelf Digital Cameras
High-speed Image Capture
Effective 3d Motion Tracking
Surface Motion Tracking
Digital Image-based Elasto-tomography (diet)
Euclidean Invariant Signature
Biomedical Optical Imaging
Communication, Networking And Broadcast Technologies
Signal Processing And Analysis
Power, Energy And Industry Applications
Digital Image-based Elastotomography