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Time-integrated speckle for the examination of movement in biological systems
Author(s): Sian Webster; J. David Briers
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Paper Abstract

Most current systems for the investigation of biological motion are pointwise rather than full field techniques. The aim of this research is to achieve a full field semi-quantitative measure of motion. Systems being looked at range from linearly moving mechanical objects to movement within biological systems. The methods described can be used to detect in-plane and out-of-plane motion, and are based on the first order spatial statistics of time-integrated speckle patterns, especially speckle contrast. In addition to a photographic investigation of time integrated speckle, a digital processing technique has been developed. This computational technique is designed to produce a contrast map relating to the motion in the target field, with the advantage of working in quasi-real time. A digital method of simulating both partially and fully developed speckle patterns has also been studied.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 May 1994
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 2132, Clinical Applications of Modern Imaging Technology II, (26 May 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.176587
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Sian Webster, Kingston Univ. (United Kingdom)
J. David Briers, Kingston Univ. (United Kingdom)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2132:
Clinical Applications of Modern Imaging Technology II
Leonard J. Cerullo; Kenneth S. Heiferman; Hong Liu; Halina Podbielska; Abund Ottokar Wist; Lucia J. Zamorano, Editor(s)

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