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Visualizing Statistics of Brain Perfusion Data

Helwig Hauser, Sylvia Glaßer

MISC, October 8, 2010

Abstract

Following up earlier cooperative research work with the University of Magdeburg in Germany (with Steffen Oeltze et al.), we are pursuing a new study of perfusion data (this time with Sylvia Glasser et al.) based on statistical tools (such as correlation analysis and principal component analysis) and interactive visual analysis. Shape parameters of concentration time curves are investigated (as well as other quantities that we derived from them) to analyze brain regions that are affected by tumors. Low and high grade tumors are compared. In this talk, a short update on the current state of this research is presented, more results are expected during the weeks and months to come.

Published

Talk in the MedViz Seminar Series

  • Location: Bergen, Norway
  • Date: October 8 2010

Media

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BibTeX

@misc{hauser10brainPerfusion,
  author = {Helwig Hauser and Sylvia Glaßer},
  title  ={Visualizing Statistics of Brain Perfusion Data},
  year = {2010},
  month = {October 8},
  howpublished = {Talk in the MedViz Seminar Series},
  location = {Bergen, Norway},


  abstract = {Following up earlier cooperative research work with the University of 
Magdeburg in Germany (with Steffen Oeltze et al.), we are pursuing a new 
study of perfusion data (this time with Sylvia Glasser et al.) based on 
statistical tools (such as correlation analysis and principal component 
analysis) and interactive visual analysis.  Shape parameters of 
concentration time curves are investigated (as well as other quantities 
that we derived from them) to analyze brain regions that are affected by 
tumors.  Low and high grade tumors are compared.  In this talk, a short 
update on the current state of this research is presented, more results 
are expected during the weeks and months to come.},

}






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