By Robert Koprowski

This e-book provides new tools of examining and processing hyperspectral scientific photos, which might be utilized in diagnostics, for instance for dermatological pictures. The algorithms proposed are totally computerized and the consequences acquired are absolutely reproducible. Their operation used to be verified on a suite of a number of millions of hyperspectral photographs and so they have been applied in Matlab. The provided resource code can be utilized with out licensing regulations. this can be a invaluable source for machine scientists, bioengineers, doctoral scholars, and dermatologists drawn to modern research methods.

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The idea of this calibration is shown in Fig. 5. These images (Fig. 5) are the basis for calibration. 3 Image Calibration 35 LWHITE(m,n,i) intensity   LGRAY(m,n,i)  LCAL(m,n,i) LDARK(m,n,i) n Fig. 5 Schematic graph of calibration results for L(2) CAL(m, n, i) of brightness changes in the image LGRAY(m, n, i) using the images LDARK(m, n, i) and LWHITE(m, n, i) when m = const I encourage the reader to implement this second calibration method in practice. In this case, the reader should duplicate the reading of files in the GUI and add the relevant fragment in the file GUI_hyperspectral_fun.

Koprowski R. Hyperspectral imaging in medicine: image pre-processing problems and solutions in Matlab. J Biophotonics. 2015 Nov;8(11–12):935–43. 1002/jbio. 201400133. Epub 2015 Feb 9. Chapter 3 Image Pre-Processing Preliminary analysis and processing of images is associated with three main elements: • affine transformation of the image, • image filtering and • image calibration. These three elements are presented in the following subchapters. The source code of these three elements was implemented in three Matlab files: GUI_hyperspectral_trans, GUI_hyperspectral and GUI_hyperspectral_fun.

6; vi=1; Lbin=Lorg; pami=[]; pami=[pami;[0, sum(sum(Lbin))]]; for it=1:16 [Lbin]=GUI_hyperspectral_erode_c(Lgray,Lbin,SE2,pec,vi ); pami=[pami;[it, sum(sum(Lbin))]]; [Lbin]=GUI_hyperspectral_dilate_c(Lgray,Lbin,SE2,pec,v i); pami=[pami;[it, sum(sum(Lbin))]]; end pam=[pam,pami(:,2)]; end figure; plot(pam,'-*'); grid on xlabel('it [/]','FontSize',14) ylabel('area [pixel]','FontSize',14) legend('M_{SE2}=N_{SE2}=3','M_{SE2}=N_{SE2}=5','M_{SE2}=N _{SE2}=7','M_{SE2}=N_{SE2}=9','M_{SE2}=N_{SE2}=11') To better understand and illustrate the transformations in the above source code, the parts responsible for reading the image (for i = 50 and i = 80) are separated.

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