Digital image processing for clinicians, part I: Basics of image formation
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Image formation is the part of digital image processing that creates the interface between the clinician and the computer. Pixel depth, resolution, and the translation table used are all important factors affecting the final image.
KeywordsNuclear Cardiology Gray Scale Image Formation Aliasing Digital Image Processing
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