AMIDD (2021) Lecture 8: Offline activities
Dear participants of the AMIDD 2020 course,
Please find below the form to collect your answers to the questions about biological image analysis. You have two weeks to submit the replies, by Friday, November the 26th, 2021.
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Q1. What is positron emission tomography (PET)? Why is it often used in drug discovery and clinical development?
Q2: what does convolution filtering mean in image analysis? Please use your own language to describe it.
Q3: what type of filter is used normally to smooth images? Why?
Q4: what is a closing, and what is an opening in morphological filtering?
Q5: what are common measures of co-localization?
Q6: Why we need to calculate the Hessian matrix in image analysis?
Q7: what types of geometrical image transformations are mostly used?
Q8: in what areas of drug discovery is image analysis used for what purposes?
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