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Memory Effects in Subjective Quality Assessment of X-Ray Images
(Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2017)
Experiments with human observers is considered as the most precise way for the assessment of image quality. Although widely used, such experiments have its pitfalls and hazards. In this work we investigate if the quality ...
Visual Exploration and Cohort Identification of Acute Patient Histories Aggregated from Heterogeneous Sources
(Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2016)
How can we use information visualization to support retrospective, exploratory analysis of collections of histories for patients admitted to acute care? This paper describes a novel design for visual cohort identification ...