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|Title:||A network-based training enviroment|
|Alternative title / Subtitle:||a medical image processing paradigm|
Παναγιωτάκης, Γεώργιος Σ.
Κάβουρας, Διονύσης Α.
|Item type:||Journal article|
|Keywords:||Medical imaging;Interactive multimedia;Ιατρική απεικόνιση;Διαδραστικά πολυμέσα|
|Abstract:||The capability of interactive multimedia and Internet technologies is investigated with respect to the implementation of a distance learning environment. The system is built according to a client-server architecture, based on the Internet infrastructure, composed of server nodes conceptually modelled as WWW sites. Sites are implemented by customization of available components. The environment integrates network-delivered interactive multimedia courses, network-based tutoring, SIG support, information databases of professional interest, as well as course and tutoring management. This capability has been demonstrated by means of an implemented system, validated with digital image processing content, specifically image enhancement. Image enhancement methods are theoretically described and applied to mammograms. Emphasis is given to the interactive presentation of the effects of algorithm parameters on images. The system end-user access depends on available bandwidth, so high-speed access can be achieved via LAN or local ISDN connections. Network based training offers new means of improved access and sharing of learning resources and expertise, as promising supplements in training.|
|Citation:||Costaridou, L., Panayiotakis, G., Sakellaropoulos, P., Cavouras, D. and Dimopoulos, J. (1998). A network-based training enviroment: a medical image processing paradigm. Medical Informatics. 23(4). pp. 277-287. Informa Healthcare: 1998.|
|Type of Journal:||With a review process (peer review)|
|License:||Αναφορά Δημιουργού-Μη Εμπορική Χρήση-Όχι Παράγωγα Έργα 3.0 Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες|
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