Advanced Architectures in Intelligent Medical Instrumentation

A2IMI - ITDC-139

Keywords: parallel processing, signal processing, intelligent instrumentation, medical signal analysis, 3D medical imaging, genetic algorithms, parallel search techniques

Start Date: 1 February 95 / Duration: 30 months

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Objectivies and Approach

The objectives of this projects are to develop parallel techniques for biomedical signal processing, analysis, interpretation and visualisation, to integrate clinical and scientific methods in a powerful medical workstation and to develop intelligent processing, monitoring and instrumentation for medical applications.

Progress and Results

Actually our group works over three subprojects:


Universidad Simón Bolívar
Dpto. Física y Electrónica
Valle de Sartenejas-Baruta
VE-1080a Caracas, VE

EU Partners

Parsytec GmbH, D
Pallas GmbH, D

Non-EU Partners

Universidad Simon Bolivar, VE


Dr. Jesus Silva Castro
Tel: +58 2 906 40 14
Fax: +58 2 906 40 14

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A2IMI - ITDC-139, May 1997

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