Issue No. 07 - July (1975 vol. 8)
P.H. Heintzen , University of Kiel
This paper describes a hardware-software system for handling the two main groups of cardiological data: a) physiological variables such as voltages, pressures, etc., and b) morphological data, derived from x-ray images or angiocardiograms, such as dimensions, areas, or volumes. We will concentrate in particular on some aspects of automated image processing?i. e., the analysis of the size, shape, and contraction pattern of the ventricles from video-angiocardiograms.
J. Bursch et al., "Automated Video-Angiocardiographic Image Analysis," in Computer, vol. 8, no. , pp. 55-64, 1975.