Computers in Biology and Medicine V 39 I 10

Computers in Biology and Medicine
Volume 39, Issue 10, Pages 853-946 (October 2009)

Editorial Board & Publication information
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New developmental stages for common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) using
mass and age variables obtained by K-means algorithm and self-organizing maps

   Original Research Article
   Pages 853-859

Optimal feature selection for the assessment of vocal fold disorders
   Original Research Article
   Pages 860-868
   Hossein Khadivi Heris, Babak Seyed Aghazadeh, Mansour Nikkhah-Bahrami

Three-dimensional segmentation of tumors from CT image data using an
adaptive fuzzy system
   Original Research Article
   Pages 869-878
   Jung Leng Foo, Go Miyano, Thom Lobe, Eliot Winer

Brain asymmetry measurement using EMISU (embedded interactive
stimulation unit) in applied brain biophysics
   Original Research Article
   Pages 879-888
   Murat Ozgoren, Ugras Erdogan, Onur Bayazit, Serhat Taslica, Adile Oniz

A computational method for the semi-automated quantitative analysis of
tympanic membrane perforations and tympanosclerosis
   Original Research Article
   Pages 889-895
   Eros Comunello, Aldo von Wangenheim, Vilson Heck Junior, Cristina

Unsteady magnetohydrodynamic blood flow through irregular multi-stenosed
arteries
   Original Research Article
   Pages 896-906
   Norzieha Mustapha, Norsarahaida Amin, Santabrata Chakravarty, Prashanta

Improving the protein fold recognition accuracy of a reduced state-space
hidden Markov model
   Original Research Article
   Pages 907-914
   Christos Lampros, Costas Papaloukas, Kostas Exarchos, Dimitrios I.

Real time acquisition and PC to PC wireless transmission of human
carotid pulse waveform
   Original Research Article
   Pages 915-920
   Dipali Bansal, Munna Khan, Ashok K. Salhan

Application of the iris filter for automatic detection of pulmonary
nodules on computed tomography images
   Original Research Article
   Pages 921-933
   Jorge Juan Suárez-Cuenca, Pablo G. Tahoces, Miguel Souto, María J.

The utility of a marched absorbing layer boundary condition in the
finite element analysis of diffuse photon density wave propagation in tissues

   Original Research Article
   Pages 934-939

A method for the classification of corrective activity in context
dependent postural controlling tasks
   Original Research Article
   Pages 940-945
   Jyrki Rasku