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LISTS.UMN.EDU ( CONFOCALMICROSCOPY: 6 matches.. )


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002657 1995-02-09 10:27 97 confocal image analysis course
002460 1995-01-19 11:58 46 Re: Image enhancement
002453 1995-01-18 11:33 63 Re: Image enhancement
002440 1995-01-17 10:49 50 Re: Image enhancement
002430 1995-01-15 14:05 26 Image enhancement
002406 1995-01-13 00:41 488 Intl_Conf_on_Image_Processing_1995

Item #2657 (9 Feb 1995 10:27) - confocal image analysis course
* Cryo-sectioning * Image Archiving
* Fluorescent Labeling * Image Enhancement
* Freeze-drying * Quantitative Image Analysis
Item #2460 (19 Jan 1995 11:58) - Re: Image enhancement
From: "KARL3::DJOVIN" <djovin@KARL3.DNET.GWDG.DE>
Subject: Re: Image enhancement
X-cc: djovin@gwdg.de

Item #2453 (18 Jan 1995 11:33) - Re: Image enhancement
From: Charles Thomas <charlest@VMS2.MACC.WISC.EDU>
Subject: Re: Image enhancement

>> in our presentation of our images. So I put the question to you all.
>> How much enhancement is too much? What is acceptable?
>>
with the data is going to be a problem. I tell people to make a copy of
any image they plan on doing enhancement on so that they have the raw data
to fall back on. I also agree strongly with the comment that you should

Item #2440 (17 Jan 1995 10:49) - Re: Image enhancement
From: "William R. Oliver" <oliver@IPAS.AFIP.MIL>
Subject: Re: Image enhancement
X-To: krogers@julian.uwo.ca
> in our presentation of our images. So I put the question to you all.
> How much enhancement is too much? What is acceptable?
>
manipulations in the manuscript, you are pretty much covered.
Thresholding and contrast stretching are standard enhancement methods; if
the reviewer has a specific criticism in their application in your
them specifically. If the comment is a general disparagement of image
enhancement, then I would suggest you include references to instances
where this technique was applied without problems in similar

Item #2430 (15 Jan 1995 14:05) - Image enhancement
From: "k.a. rogers" <krogers@JULIAN.UWO.CA>
Subject: Image enhancement

in our presentation of our images. So I put the question to you all.
How much enhancement is too much? What is acceptable?

Item #2406 (13 Jan 1995 00:41) - Intl_Conf_on_Image_Processing_1995

1. GENERAL TECHNIQUES & ALGORITHMS: Filtering, Enhancement,
Restoration, Coding, Segmentation, Multiresolution Processing,



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