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Introduction to Data Acquisition

  • Leslie F. Marcus
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Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 284)

Abstract

Data acquisition developments have gone hand in hand with new methods of morphometric analysis. The articles in this section by Becerra, Dean, Demeter et al., and Garcia-Valdecasas address new needs and developments in data acquisition. The article by Carpenter et al. provides the explanation for software to convert distance data to coordinate data where possible.

Keywords

Frame Grabber Black Book Video Image Analysis Elliptical Fourier Analysis Interlandmark Distance 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

References

  1. Becerra, J. M., E. Bello, and A. Garcia-Valdecasas 1993. Building your own machine image system: A user point of view. Pages 41–61 in L. F. Marcus, E. Bello, and A. Garcia-Valdecasas, (eds.), Contributions to morphometrics. Monografias del Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales 8, Madrid.Google Scholar
  2. Bookstein, F. L., B. Chernoff, R. Elder, J. Humphries, G. Smith and R. Strauss. 1985. Morphometries in evolutionary biology. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Special Publication 15.Google Scholar
  3. Rohlf, F. J. 1993. Computer vision needs in systematic biology. Pages 365–373 in R. Fortuner, (ed.), Advances in computer methods in systematic biology, artificial intelligence, databases, computer vision. The Johns Hopkins University Press:Baltimore, Maryland.Google Scholar

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