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17.3.1.1 Image Preprocessing There are two parts to the preprocessing step. The rst is segmentation with background removal or cropping of the image, which is done by nding the minimum rectangle covering the object (Huang, 1999; Zhou, 2000; see also 6). In digital radiography like the mammogram, the segmented image would be the breast region without the compression plate (Fig. 17.5A and B ). In a sectional image like the MRI head, it would be the image inside the smallest rectangle enclosing the head. The rst two columns in Figure 17.5C show the original and segmented sagittal, transverse, and coronal images, respectively. By cropping large amounts of background pixels from the image, the time necessary for performing image hashing within the image can be signi cantly reduced. Extracting the boundary of the image region can also guarantee that data embedding is performed outside of the image. If the minimum rectangle is the boundaries of the complete image, then embedding is performed in the least signi cant bit in the entire image. The second part of the embedding step is to extract patient information from the DICOM image header. 17.3.1.2 Hashing (Image Digest) Begin by computing the hash value for all pixels in the image: ID = H(IM) (17.1)
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The version of Windows you most often see called MCE or MCE 2005 in this book is formally known as Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. It s essentially a heavily modified and extended version of Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 2 (SP2) applied. Those modifications and extensions are what make MCE different from plain-vanilla Windows XP, so that s what s covered in this basic introduction and overview. Right now, if you think of MCE as a version of XP designed to look good on a TV set, to work well with a multibutton remote control, and to handle media of all kinds, you re starting to catch on. The best way to appreciate the differences between ordinary Windows XP and MCE is to compare MCE s start-up screen to XP s Start menu. These are depicted in Figures 2-3 and 2-4 and show that whereas XP offers a standard tell me what to do type of selection menu, MCE offers access to various types of media for viewing or playback instead. There s actually more going on in the MCE interface than a printed screen shot can illustrate. What the screen can t show is that it was captured on a television screen, not a computer monitor. There s no real sense of scale from the image, but it reads very well from across the room. A typical computer user sits no more than 30 inches away from most monitors and is often closer; a typical entertainment center user sits at least 48 inches away from most TV sets and is often further away. Microsoft uses very large characters and created a special font to make MCE menus and selections as easy as possible to read. On MCE-compatible remote controls the green button is one that triggers the MCE interface to open (in fact, the same green icon that appears in the upper right of the screen in Figure 2-3 matches the green button on Microsoft s own MCE remote control device, and the button on OEM versions like the HP remote). It s easy to change the highlighted item in the pick list using up or down buttons on the remote, and a click of the OK button triggers a subsidiary menu display that uses the same large fonts and easy-to-navigate layouts.
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Tip Place the drawing name and date written in large text on a separate layer in the drawing. Set the Plot property of the layer to Not Plottable while you work and for regular plotting. Set it to Plottable for your batch plots. Then, even when it is reduced, you ll know the drawing name when you look at the drawing in the book.
The drawing used in the following exercise on drawing arcs, ab07-b.dwg, is in the Drawings folder on the CD-ROM.
Rectangular rule, 372 Recursive trapezoidal rule, 398 Richardson s extrapolation, 396 Right-point rule, 372 Romberg integration formula, 397 Romberg table, 397,399 Simpson s rule, 378 385 Simpson s rule truncation error, 380,383 Trapezoidal rule, 371 378 Trapezoidal rule truncation error formula, 375 376
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