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Omnet projects in Alabama Therefore, we propose to combine AF excitation at nm and DR excitation in the wavelength range of nm. Finally, the analysis of the spectral characteristics of the corresponding spectra and the spatially resolved measurements omnet projects in Alabama requires three main steps of feature extraction, selection, and classification successively.
The application of methods of optical spectroscopy implies to exploit some amplitude and shape features of the intensity spectra collected at various probing points on the tissue,omnet projects in Alabama so as to identify noninvasively some pathological status of the tissue.
The objective is usually to determine the belonging of the latter to a specific diagnostic category defined with reference to the gold standard histological expertise. Schematic omnet projects in Alabama representation of the bimodal spectroscopy device
with a zoom on the multiple-fiber probe In spatially resolved bimodal spectroscopy, the measurement data set collected on one point of the tissue consists in intensity spectra measuredomnet projects in Alabama at interfiber distances These spectra acquired at n
points on the tissue form a raw data matrix f independent variables containing the numerical values of intensities observed for the p quantitative variables In the same time, omnet projects in Alabama the histopathological analysis of the n tissue samples provides the reference values of class belonging.
These discrete values form a class label vector Y Consequently, the complexity of the data processing comes from very large size of the raw data matrix compared to the small number omnet projects in Alabama of samples intrinsically limited by the experiment potential.
A rigorous selection of relevant data is needed to reduce the size of the spectral data set and improve the omnet projects in Alabama performance and robustness of the models.