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Influence of study design in psycho-visual image quality evaluation: why a specific clinical task?

Ljiljana Platisa (UGent) and Asli Kumcu (UGent)
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technical context, blur, noise, image quality, digital image pathology, human observer experiments, jpg, clinical context, task-based, signal detection

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Platisa, Ljiljana, and Asli Kumcu. “Influence of Study Design in Psycho-visual Image Quality Evaluation: Why a Specific Clinical Task?” AidPath Industrial Workshop on Digital Pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization. 2016. Print.
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Platisa, L., & Kumcu, A. (2016). Influence of study design in psycho-visual image quality evaluation: why a specific clinical task? AidPath Industrial workshop on digital pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization. Presented at the AidPath Industrial workshop on digital pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization.
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Platisa, Ljiljana, and Asli Kumcu. 2016. “Influence of Study Design in Psycho-visual Image Quality Evaluation: Why a Specific Clinical Task?” In AidPath Industrial Workshop on Digital Pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization.
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Platisa, Ljiljana, and Asli Kumcu. 2016. “Influence of Study Design in Psycho-visual Image Quality Evaluation: Why a Specific Clinical Task?” In AidPath Industrial Workshop on Digital Pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization.
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Platisa L, Kumcu A. Influence of study design in psycho-visual image quality evaluation: why a specific clinical task? AidPath Industrial workshop on digital pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization. 2016.
IEEE
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L. Platisa and A. Kumcu, “Influence of study design in psycho-visual image quality evaluation: why a specific clinical task?,” in AidPath Industrial workshop on digital pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization, Barco NV, Kortrijk, Belgium, 2016.
@inproceedings{8023799,
  author       = {Platisa, Ljiljana and Kumcu, Asli},
  booktitle    = {AidPath Industrial workshop on digital pathology : Image Quality in Digital Pathology from Slide Acquisition to Visualization},
  keywords     = {technical context,blur,noise,image quality,digital image pathology,human observer experiments,jpg,clinical context,task-based,signal detection},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Barco NV, Kortrijk, Belgium},
  title        = {Influence of study design in psycho-visual image quality evaluation: why a specific clinical task?},
  url          = {https://nciphub.org/groups/wsi_working_group/File:/uploads/blog/09_ljiljana_platisa_iminds_telin_ipi.pdf},
  year         = {2016},
}