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Issue No.06 - November/December (2001 vol.16)
pp: 26-34
ABSTRACT
<p>This article describes issues related to integrating image analysis techniques with knowledge discovery and case-based reasoning. Although the work applies to many problem domains, here we focus on analyzing and classifying outcomes of protein crystallization experiments in high-throughput structural genomics. We apply the fast Fourier transform to analyze image content to extract important features of the spectrum. We use a combination of these features to classify crystallization experiments' outcomes. Although humans can analyze images more flexibly, a computational approach makes the process scalable and more objective. We evaluate the classification process and present results on how we can combine automatically extracted features to discover important crystallographic knowledge.</p>
CITATION
Patrick Rogers, Janice I. Glasgow, Robert J. Collins, Jennifer R. Wolfley, Joseph R. Luft, Goerge T. DeTitta, "Improving Objectivity and Scalability in Protein Crystallization: Integrating Image Analysis With Knowledge Discovery", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.16, no. 6, pp. 26-34, November/December 2001, doi:10.1109/5254.972075
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