In this paper we will present opportunities for applying graph based linguistic formalisms for computer automatic understanding of meaning of wrist medical images. Thanks to the proposed method we can understand the merit content of the image even if the form of the image is very different from any known pattern. It seems that in the near future such technique may become one of the effective tools for semantic interpreting, and computer perception of visual medical data.
Linguistic Formalism Graph Grammar Expansive Graph Additional Bone Interpretation Problem
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