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Design of a Special Interpreter for the Classification of Human Chromosomes
February 1979 (vol. 1 no. 2)
pp. 214-224
L. Vanderheydt, Division of Human Genetics, Department of Human Biology, Minderbroederstraat 12, Leuven, Belgium.
A. Oosterlinck, Division of Human Genetics, Department of Human Biology, Minderbroederstraat 12, Leuven, Belgium.
H. Van Den Berghe, Division of Human Genetics, Department of Human Biology, Minderbroederstraat 12, Leuven, Belgium.
The use of new staining methods and the large amount of investigations for human chromosomes has created a need for a useful automated chromosome analysis. Because of the lack of accuracy of the existing systems, a new approach is given. The problems in the different stages of the classification process are described. A comparison of the decision-statistical, syntactical, and interpretative approach is discussed. A system realization for the total karyotyping of chromosomes, based on the interpretative approach, is described in more detail. Guided by one of the models in the world model structure, a current description is recognized in a three-phase interpreter.
Citation:
L. Vanderheydt, A. Oosterlinck, H. Van Den Berghe, "Design of a Special Interpreter for the Classification of Human Chromosomes," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 214-224, Feb. 1979, doi:10.1109/TPAMI.1979.4766908
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