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SIPAIM 2015 - 11th International Seminar on Medical Information Processing and Analysis

Date2015-11-17 - 2015-11-19


VenueCuenca, Ecuador Ecuador



Topics/Call fo Papers

The list of topics and subtopics is shown below. Papers may address one or more of the listed sub-topics. Potential authors should not feel limited by the listed topics as it is not exhaustive. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable, provided they fit in one of the six main topic areas:
Medical and Biomedical Imaging
Image Acquisition, Analysis and Interpretation
Multimodal Information Processing and Analysis
Computer-Aided Detection and Diagnosis
Image Registration
Image Segmentation
Shape representation
Image Reconstruction
Healthcare Information Systems (Multimodal Information Management)
Storage, Transmission and Access to Medical Information
Technology Integration
Medical Information Retrieval
Medical Data Analysis and Machine Learning
Digital Pathology
Quantitative Analysis and Interpretation
Histological Pattern Recognition and Perception
Models for Detection and Discrimination
Virtual Microscopy
Image indexing and retrieval
Cellular image analysis
Molecular/pathologic image analysis
Gait Analysis and Biosignals
Multiscale / Multiresolution Representations
Bio-signal Modeling
Signal Acquisition, Analysis and Processing
Non-linear dynamics
Signal Representation
Representation Based Signal Processing
Rehabilitation Systems
Tracking and recognition for rehabilitation planning
Biomechanical modelling
Technology support in sport and physical activity
Representation Based Biosignal Analysis
Sparse Representation
Signal/Image Generation and Reconstruction
Compressive Sensing
Dictionary Learning
Feature Learning
Unsupervised Learning
Analysis of Medical Procedures Through Imaging
Visualization and Interaction
Multi-modality fusion
Dynamic, functional, physiologic and anatomic imaging
Imaging and analysis methods for surgery
Virtual reality for medical interventions
Physician-computer interfaces using virtual/mixed/augmented reality

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